Mullion 2.7 miles.
Polurrian House is a magnificent redevelopment of an old barn in a brilliant location, just over a mile from the spectacular National Trust beach at Poldhu Cove as well as the charming village of Mullion.
The stunning Kynance Cove and the rest of the exceptional Lizard Peninsula are on your doorstep ready to explore.
In its incredible location close to the south-west Cornwall coast with views down a rolling valley towards the sea, this superb conversion of a former barn offers guests a very stylish and beautifully presented retreat.
Polurrian House retains many of its original features which blend seamlessly with contemporary additions including a ground source heat pump and solar panels.
Set out in reverse style, the living space is on the first floor to take advantage of the valley views.
The open-plan living room and kitchen, with beamed ceilings, have a wood burning stove and access to the garden via a small balcony and external stairs.
Two of the ground-floor bedrooms have French windows opening onto the private garden and hot tub.
There are four bedrooms in total, with three bathrooms.
The quality finish continues in the solid oak fitted kitchen which has granite work surfaces and Neff appliances throughout.
Polurrian House has its own fenced garden with outdoor dining area and a separate lounge set with coffee table.
There is a hot tub and barbecue for you to enjoy and a lawned area with stunning countryside views out across the Mullion valley towards the sea at Poldhu Cove.
From a central parking area at the entrance to the Barns there is easy access via smooth concrete paths, Polurrian House has an allocated parking space (No 3) in addition to a garage.
There are four beaches within a few miles, Poldhu Cove with café (and Marconi Centre), isolated Polurrian Cove, Church Cove at Gunwalloe (with a National Trust Car Park) and the towering cliffs of Mullion Cove with its fishing harbour.
The South-West Coastal Path offers visitors the chance to explore the beautiful surrounding cliff scenery and access the miles of sand at Loe Bar at the bottom of the Penrose National Trust parkland.
For the golfing enthusiast Mullion Golf Club, situated on the cliffs overlooking the cove is half a mile away.
Mullion Village itself boasts a number of quality pubs, cafes and restaurants.
The Lizard, England’s most southern point is renowned for its beauty and spectacular landscapes with the area designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Polurrian House is ideally located to explore and experience the delights of this unique region.