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Crows Nest

St Keverne, Cornwall (Ref. 959130)

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  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes

  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

  • View on map


  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside
  • Mrs Niederhuber

    “Yes, please inform your customer that in that region the mobile net is very rare and that the accomodation hasn´t got any WiFi possibilities.”

    The owner of the accommodation are very friendly and everybody like dogs. You can do a lots of walking. With a better mobile net it would be possible to make long walks and have the local maps online.

The property

Crow's Nest is a cosy apartment boasting fabulous sea views across garden and green countryside, nestled one mile east of pretty St Keverne in the picturesque hamlet of Rosenithon.

A five minute amble will take you down to Godrevy Cove - safe for swimming and snorkelling, with a shingle beach perfect for fishing, rock-pooling adventures or idling the time away with a picnic or pasty nibble.

Walkers will enjoy the many beautiful National Trust footpaths and a leisurely stroll to Godrevy Beach.

Secluded and tranquil, adjacent to the owners own home, the accommodation at Crow's Nest is all on ground level, with an open plan living room and kitchen with an additional snug with 18" TV, plus a welcoming bedroom. Ideal for a romantic break away, the property has an attractive garden with decked area, sheltered barbecue and Swiss-style summerhouse encompassing the rural views across the fields to the sea and Manacles Reef.

The Manacles, a series of submerged rocks off the Lizard Peninsula, is noted for shipwrecks and is favoured by divers.

The attractive village square at St Keverne has traditional inns, a restaurant, a general store and a good butcher.

Here you can join in the year round activities -August hosts the Ox Roast.

The fishing village of Coverack is three miles away with its crescent of sand and pebble beach and a scenic harbour.

Discover the secret inlets and creeks of the River Helford by canoe or boat or seek Kynance Cove, a sublime destination of white sands and azure waters reminiscent of a Mediterranean hotspot.

The market town of Helston is a short drive away, famed for its annual Flora dance in May.

Visit the maritime port of colourful Falmouth with beaches, harbour and twisting narrow lanes of galleries, gift shops, pubs and excellent eateries galore.


  • All ground floor
  • 1 x double bedroom
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, sitting area and snug
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, 2 x TV's, DVD
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars with 4 single steps to property
  • Garden and decking area with furniture, summer house and barbecue
  • 2 well-behaved small pets welcome at £20 per pet, per week
  • Sorry no children and no smoking
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants 15 minute walk
  • Beach 5 minute walk
  • Note: Not suitable for people with mobility issues due to steps leading up to house.

About the location


Helston 12 miles.

On the eastern side of The Lizard Peninsula, the pretty village of St Keverne, lying just 1.25 miles inland, is the focal point for this area, with its village pubs and shops surrounding the village square, and an impressive church spire, at one time used to guide the Cornish fishermen home. From St Keverne, you can easily explore the natural and spectacular beauty of the Lizard Peninsula by car, bicycle or on foot. You will find walled fishing harbours, tiny secret coves, sandy bays and dramatic clifftop walks along the South West Coastal path. Just north is the Helford River, a yachtsman's dream and home to Frenchman's Creek, and picturesque Helford village. A short walk takes you to Roskilly’s Farm, where you can tuck in to ice cream to die for. Further afield, visit Falmouth, with one of the world's largest natural harbours, Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII, and of course you cannot miss out on a trip to The National Maritime Museum.

Note: Regretfully, children are not accepted at this property

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