Located a 15 minute walk from the coast of North Cornwall, Lowena is part of ten cottages built around 1860.
This terrace cottage in St Just, has easy access to tourist attractions such as Land’s End.
Originally built as a tin miner’s cottage, Lowena, meaning ‘joy to you’ in Cornish, retains its character with its stonewalls and woodburner that is perfect to cosy up in front of after a long day at Sennen Cove or Marazion.
The kitchen is compact, yet nicely appointed with all your cooking essentials.
Climb the open tread carpeted staircase to an unusual layout on the first floor.
The corridor which gives access to the tiled family bathroom is curtained off from the coastal blue master double bedroom.
There is also a twin room off the top of the stairs, boasting a soothing colour scheme and views out over open, Cornish countryside, with the sea in the far distance.
To the outside, 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 out front and amenities just a stroll away, the ideal holiday location!
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.
You can take a stroll through the West Country Shopping Village and even try a range of ‘pay-as-you-go’ attractions designed to keep you all entertained, such as Arthur’s Quest and Greeb Farm, a restored 200-year-old farmstead, with adorable animals to meet.
Penzance offers Penlee House, an art and history museum, Trengwainton Garden along with stunning Mount's Bay and so much more!
A superb getaway with plenty to offer.