Sennen 3.6 miles.
Beachcomber is a splendid two-bedroom, clifftop apartment with stunning sea views that surround the property and just a short stroll to the beautiful beach.
All-ground-floor and sleeping up to four guests, Beachcomber is a fantastic apartment, ideal for a small family or couples retreat to enjoy the sea-air and relax away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Wander through the communal entrance and continue to the apartment where you will be welcomed by the one-of-a-kind coastal décor and artwork.
The open-plan lounge is really something special, with a scenic outlook over the sands and clear waters which you can admire from the comfort of the leather sofas.
One side is home to a seating area, elevated by an electric fire, and the other hosts an immaculately finished kitchen/diner with prestige features.
Many peaceful mornings and evenings will be spent relaxing and taking in the sense of tranquillity that is here to accompany your downtime.
For a restful night's sleep, two bedrooms are accessorised with homely seaside touches and a neutral overtone for a peaceful end to an afternoon.
The double room benefits from a lovely en-suite bathroom, whilst the twin boasts a classic shower room.
Wander down to the village and enjoy the local delights of the sandy beach, café, restaurant and abundance of cliff-top and coastal walks.
Pack up a picnic, towels and buckets and spades for a fun-filled family day out to the award-winning Porthcurno Beach, where you can beach-combe the shores and let the children play in the stream that flows down one side of the beach.
Just above the beach, on the cliffs, is the famous open-air Minack Theatre which boasts 750 seats and treats visitors to a tour whilst providing expansive views over Porthcurno spanning to The Lizard.
Just a short distance away is Sennen Cove, a favourite for surfing and bodyboarding.
Land’s End which offers something for everyone, including storm-watching over Longships Lighthouse, indulging in a sweet treat at the Land’s End Doughnut Company, incomparable views from the First and Last Point, sharing a bottle of wine over a delicious meal at The Land’s End Restaurant.
If you fancy exploring a little further, the delightful town of St Just, once a mining hub, now famous for inviting visitors to delve into the rich history of Cornwall, with Cape Cornwall being home to a 138 year old mine chimney stack or you can visit the St Just Church and the King’s Arms dating back to the 14th century and home to an old painting of St George and the Dragon.
For the perfect dwelling to enjoy the rich beauty and heritage of Cornwall, choose Beachcomber.