Located in St Just and a 15 minute walk from the dramatic Cornish coast, Lowena is one of ten cottages built around 1860 and has easy access to many of Cornwall’s great walks and tourist attractions.
Originally built as a tin miner’s cottage, Lowena, meaning ‘joy to you’ in Cornish, retains its character with its stone walls and woodburner that is perfect to sit by after a long day at Sennen Cove or Marazion.
The galley kitchen is well-appointed with all your cooking essentials.
From the living area, climb the carpeted open tread stairs to the first floor.The stairs open into the master double bedroom.The sleeping area of the bed room is curtained off.
There is a spacious tiled family bathroom beyond the bedroom.
The door at the top of the stairs leads into the twin room, which has a soothing colour scheme, beautiful sea and country side views.
To the rear of the cottage, you have access to the paved garden from the kitchen, where you can cool off with a drink during the summer months.
There is roadside parking at the front and the amenities of the town are just a stroll away.
Spend a day exploring Land's End, Britain's most south-westerly point and one of the country's most notable landmarks.
Take in the awe-inspiring scenery and breathe that fresh coastal air as you snap a photo by the famous signpost with your family and friends.
Further afield Penzance offers Penlee House, an art and history museum, Trengwainton Garden along with stunning Mount's Bay and so much more!
With plenty to offer and ideal for families, Lowena is a superb getaway.
About the location
Penzance 7.2 miles; St Ives 12.9 miles.
St Just is the nearest town to Land’s End and is situated approximately eight miles west of Penzance. The town itself is an ancient settlement that has a strong mining history and there are several monuments and prehistoric antiquities to visit including the Bronze Age settlement at Cape Cornwall. St Just is ideally located for visitors to explore the far west of Cornwall as it is situated on the edge of the moors and close to the beautiful north coast. In the centre of the town is Plain-an-Gwarry, a theatre used for miracle plays in medieval times, and in more recent times for the Lafrowda Festival.
Note: Pets are restricted to the ground floor at this property.