Praze-An-Beeble 1.9 miles.
Camborne 4 miles; Helston 6 miles.
Cornish Views is a contemporary barn conversion settled in the hamlet of Black Rock, near Praze-An-Beeble and Camborne, Cornwall.
Enjoying an elevated position with surrounding countryside views, along with a sizeable private garden, Cornish Views is a wonderful escape for families, friends and couples looking to explore the beauty of Cornwall.
Step inside and you’ll find an inviting atmosphere, complete with contemporary amenities, perfect for a truly memorable stay.
The kitchen/diner is fully equipped with all the mod cons for a self-catering stay, whilst the dining area is the perfect place to enjoy mealtimes together.
Afterwards, put your feet up in the sitting room and browse the Smart TV for your favourite Netflix series.
From the living area, access the secure terrace garden complete with furniture set and barbecue, sure to be used on those balmy summer evenings.
As you look it call it a day, the ground floor offers a spacious twin bedroom and en-suite shower room, whilst upstairs features a calming double bedroom, complete with an adjacent shower room for those early morning pick-me-ups.
The nearby village of Praze-An-Beeble offers your closest amenities, including a convenience store and a pub, St Aubyn Arms, where you can sample a traditional British menu and choice of ales.
The town of Camborne is four miles away, easily accessible by car or train, best known as centre for the former Cornish tin and copper mining industry, as well as being the birthplace of the inventor of the steam locomotive engine, Richard Trevithick.
Slightly further along lies Helston, the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula; this town is best known for the annual Furry Dance, also known locally as the Flora Dance, along with attractions such as Flambards Theme Park for the thrill seekers, whilst Gweek is home to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, offering an educational day for children as they learn about the rescue and care of seals.
Eight miles away lies the picturesque town of Hayle, home to the three-mile-long sandy beach, Hayle Towans, a haven for beachcombers, surfers and those looking to simply relax, with views of Godrevy Lighthouse in the distance.
Further afield lies the jewel of the North Cornwall coast, St Ives, renowned for its exceptional beauty, artistic heritage, and vibrant cultural scene; visit the picturesque harbour, wind the narrow streets lined with boutique stores and quirky cafes and browse a range of art galleries, including the famous Tate St Ives and The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.
With a great location, Cornish Views is the perfect destination for a tranquil escape to the countryside and a chance to admire the beauty of the Cornish coast.