Sennen 3.6 miles.
Set in the glorious coastal village of Porthcurno, is this fantastic cliff-side apartment, Beachcomber.
This all-ground apartment can sleep up to four guests and is perfect for a family retreat to explore Cornwall and its famous surroundings.
Upon your arrival, two convenient off-road parking spaces will greet you before you unload your bags and step into your home away from home to begin your Cornwall adventure.
Unwind in the open-plan lounge and enjoy a film on the TV in front of the electric fire whilst enjoying the picturesque views of the white sands and clear waters right from the sofa.
The designated chef will be happy to whip up fresh and tasty treats in the fully functioning kitchen/diner, where guests can enjoy a well-deserved meal and catch up on the day at the dining room table.
When sleep calls, guests will benefit from two bedrooms, one double and a twin with a zip/link feature, with light and fresh décor that reflects the property’s seaside surroundings.
Each bedroom has its own en-suite, ensuring guests can freshen up in complete privacy, you can enjoy a soothing soak in the double room's bath, or have a quick freshen up in the twin bedrooms shower room before setting out for the day.
Take a stroll down to the village and explore the delightful local amenities of charming cafes serving up fresh food and beverages or treat yourself to a souvenir from one of the independent shops dotted throughout the village.
Pack up your towels and swim shorts and head down to the award-winning Porthcurno Beach, with its glorious white sands and clear waters, enjoy building sandcastles on the shore, beachcombing the shores, taking a dip in the sea, or watch the children play in the small stream that runs down one side of the beach.
Overlooking Porthcurno Beach is the renowned open-air Minack Theatre, home to 750 seats and impeccable views which provide visitors with a visual feast overlooking Porthcurno all the way over to The Lizard, it is the perfect opportunity to take pictures.
Just a short drive away is the neighbouring village of Sennen, once known as being a hub of smuggling activity, it is now home to a small selection of shops, a weekly Farmer’s Market, and the UK’s oldest surf school, where tourists can get out on the water and then grab a bite at the beach/bar restaurant whilst looking out and enjoying fantastic views.
Just a short distance away is the tourist hotspot of Land’s End, where you can expect to indulge in delicious treats at The Land’s End Doughnut Company or The Land’s End Restaurant or storm-watching over Longships Lighthouse.
For a truly unforgettable trip to Cornwall which has something for all the family, choose Beachcomber.