Stroll to the beach from this lovely two-storey apartment which provides light and modern décor situated in the beautiful, small village of Porthcurno on the south west coast of Cornwall.
With the spectacular cove of soft white sand and clear azure seas just a short stroll away, this is the ideal choice for the family seaside holiday.
There are two pretty bedrooms on the first floor - open up the French doors in the master bedroom and let the fresh sea air stream in as you take your morning coffee onto the decking area.
Downstairs the open plan living area is stylish and comfortable, with a fully equipped kitchen ready to prepare your favourite meal and why not take it outside and enjoy some al fresco dining.
Porthcurno lies just below the unforgettable Minack Theatre, carved out of natural rock on the cliff edge, with the sea as a magnificent backdrop.
Just outside the village lies the Museum of Submarine Telegraphy which is housed in a secret wartime communications centre, whilst a short walk along the coastal path will bring you to Logan Rock or ‘Rocking Stone’ which is part of an Iron Age Cliff Castle.
This is a beautiful coastal area with cliff top walks and pretty beaches and the surrounding countryside is equally lovely where you will find tiny villages and traditional pubs.
A trip to Land’s End, the most westerly point in the England, is a great day out or visit the stunning St Ives with its beaches, St Michael’s Mount and winding lanes with plenty of gift shops and art galleries.
A great apartment for a holiday in a beautiful area of Cornwall.
Two-storey apartment. Two bedrooms: 1 x king with access to decking area, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Land’s End 4 miles; St. Just 9 miles; Penzance 9 miles; St Ives 17 miles.
The small village of Porthcurno is situated four miles from Land’s End on the south coast of West Cornwall. The village has a sandy beach, a café, a restaurant that’s open during the summer season and cliff-top and coastal walks. Porthcurno is also home to the Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, where you can learn about the underwater cables that connected the village to various places around the world. To the west of Porthcurno is the famous Minack Theatre, which is a superb open air venue with 750 seats and boasts views across Porthcurno Bay to The Lizard. Close by is Land’s End, the most westerly point of mainland England offering something for all the family, and also within reach are lovely Cornish towns and villages, including the popular resorts of Penzance and St Ives. A delightful base for exploring this part of Cornwall.
Note: There are shared terraced gardens, please ensure children are supervised at all times.