“First the good stuff:
Breakers Point is well appointed, clean and comfortable, a credit to owner and caretaker.”
The location is away from the busy part of town but towards the top of Porthmeor Hill which has an estimated gradient of c1:7.5(13.3%) overall a drop of 51m to Porthmeor beach.(courtesy Google Earth)
Porthcurno is well worth a visit - lovely beach/bay and transatlantic cable history.
Now the bad stuff:
I think it remiss of the owner not to mention that there is another property built in the original back yard of 7 Ayr Terrace, currently known as Beach Hut. (Sykes ref. 1055165). The impression is given of one offroad parking space. Yes it states "best suited for a small car". My car will fit the stated space with an open door. In reality there is an adjacent wall and another parked car. Because of the confines Breakers Point resident has to drive in and Beach Hut resident can only reverse in. Oh and another car parks on the opposite side of the access lane making it virtually impossible. I chose to park (at a cost) on a local holiday park 0.3mile away.
Beach Hut I believe has a different owner and their listing mentions even less!
Parking is the problem not adjacent residents.
A complaint has been raised but no feedback one week later.