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Porthcurno and its spectacular cove of soft white sands and clear azure seas framed by jagged headlands was the site of Britain's first major empire communications link in 1870 where a chain of telegraph cables connecting Britain with India was completed. This beautiful peaceful valley creates the perfect environment for quietly lazing by the sea, walking the rugged cliff paths and enjoying stunning views, or watching a performance at the unforgettable Minack Theatre carved out of the natural rock on the cliff edge, with the sea as a magnificent backdrop. Ideally located just a few paces from the beach, coastal footpath, tennis courts, and museum, we feature individually owned apartments sensitively converted from a former hotel, (along with two that are detached from the main building). Well appointed and featuring a light modern décor and attractive furnishings they provide all the comforts of home and all have access to the terraced gardens (please supervise young children) and communal parking. Approached from the rear of the building by an external staircase with a small deck on which to sit, this spacious, well appointed apartment is a peaceful retreat for all seasons. Tastefully presented with two en-suite bedrooms (one with a relaxing Jacuzzi bath) guests can relax in the uncluttered comfort of its interior. Large windows add a light and airy aspect to the lounge which has lovely views across the valley and down to the sea. The kitchen/diner is attractively fitted and a range cooker is a bonus for those that like to cook. There are two reserved car park spaces for Godrevy.
Sleeps 4 Second Floor: Entrance Hall. Sitting/Dining room with 24" TV. Bedroom 1 Double with 16" TV and En-suite Shower Room with WC. Bedroom 2 Twin with 26" TV and En-suite Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath with shower over and WC. Other Amenities: Dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer. Telephone for incoming calls. Bed linen, towels and Night store heating with over ride included.
From £365 per week
Short breaks from £256