About the property
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- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
GORGEOUS 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom holiday home with sea views. Sleeps 7
SEA BREEZE (Churchtown, Rospletha Cliff, St Levan)
A sensationally positioned 4 bedroomed self-catering home (which can also be let along with DRIFTWOOD, a detached 1 bedroom holiday self-catering letting studio) and a lovely garden overlooking the sea. A truly world class position with superb sea views within a short walk of the South West Coast Path leading to the close by Porthcurno, Porth Chapel and Pednvounder beaches. In all approximately ⅓ of an acre.
SEA BREEZE HIGHLIGHTS:
* In a truly world class position with superb sea views
* Within walking distance of Porthcurno (10 mins), Porth Chapel (10 mins) and Pednvounder (20-25 mins) beaches. Less than a 5 minute walk to the coast path
* An ideal base for walkers, bird watchers, beach fanatics, Theatre goers or people just wishing a break away from it all
* Within very easy walking distance of the internationally renowned Minack Theatre
* 4 bedrooms (1 Superking, 2 x 3ft Twin/Superking if pushed together & 1 x 3 ft single)
* Large open-plan Carpenter Oak kitchen/dining room extension
* Superb sitting room with feature fireplace and almost full width sliding patio doors onto a decked sun terrace
* French doors onto a balcony from the master bedroom along with two additional large Velux balconies overlooking the surrounding countryside
* Well stocked, easily maintained sun trap gardens with large area of lawn facing the sea
* 2 Car parking spaces, night storage heating, all linen and electricity included
Sea Breeze sits in an elevated and world class position in between Porthcurno and Porth Chapel beaches which have both been described in the past by the Good Beach Guide as paradise. Perhaps the more famous of the two beaches is Porthcurno which lies in a sheltered south east facing valley within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with gorgeous fine soft white sand and high cliffs on both sides providing shelter and at the lowest tides of the year you can walk all the way around to Pednvounder beach and to the Logan Rock.
Porthcurno beach has always been popular with families and is internationally renowned for the Minack Theatre which was built in the 1920’s by theatrical visionary Rowena Cade and her gardener. This area of the extreme south west of the county is also particularly popular with walkers and ornithologists due to the rugged coastal scenery, granite cliffs and beautiful sandy coves. Also of note is Logan Rock which is famous for its 80 tonne granite rocking stone not forgetting the Porthcurno Telegraph Museum which paints the picture of Cornwall’s role in the pioneering days of global communications.
Porthcurno itself has its own pub and popular beach café whilst the village of St Buyan, some three miles away, has two excellent village shops, a primary school and an historic parish church. There are also other villages nearby with fantastic amenities. Treen has the Logan Rock pub and a thriving and friendly campsite through the summer months and Sennen Cove has the Old Success pub and fantastic fish and chip offerings with which you can watch the sunset over Cape Cornwall. Great surfing can be found at Sennen and Gwenver. St Just is also nearby which has great cafes and pubs. Penzance, the largest town in west Cornwall, has an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, banks and many other facilities. It is also an active port and is on the main Penzance to Paddington line. Nearby Newlyn has a booming fish market as well as the world-famous Jelberts ice-cream shop.
The rugged coastline of west Cornwall is renowned for its excellent walking and birdwatching and there are many delightful sandy coves in the vicinity. St Ives offers a plethora of surfing beaches and the Tate St Ives, whilst Mounts Bay is popular with sailors and windsurfers alike. Local golf courses include the West Cornwall at Lelant and Cape Cornwall near St Just.
THE HOME COMPRISES:
From the parking area a timber decked path leads through a Mediterranean style garden and to the timber and double glazed French doors opening into:-
KITCHEN / DINING / CONSERVATORY – A beautiful kitchen/dining room which opens into a vaulted Carpenter Oak extension with plenty of light due in no small part to the vast array of floor to ceiling windows and the glazed vaulted ceiling. Plenty of exposed oak timbers adding character. Large limestone flagged flooring, range of beech fronted wall and base units with granite worksurfaces over incorporating a breakfast bar area, 1½ bowl sink and drainer unit with chrome hot and cold industrial style chefs tap, range cooker within an old stock red bricked alcove with tiling, tiled splashbacks, integrated fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, underfloor heating, two wide openings through into the sitting room, timber panelled and glazed door through into the inner hall. Exposed timber door through into:-
CLOAKROOM / WC – Limestone flagged flooring, tiled walls, obscure double glazed window to the rear, pedestal wash hand basin
SITTING ROOM – A light-filled room dominated by a full width and full height set of double glazed sliding twin opening patio doors with double glazed side panels to either side overlooking the rear garden and out towards the open ocean. Cream painted exposed floorboards, cream painted tongue and groove ceiling, stunning large old stock red brick inglenook fireplace with large oak lintel, bench seating and a feature cast iron woodburning stove on top of an old stock red brick hearth
INNER HALLWAY – Brownstone tiled flooring, staircase to the first floor bedroom, exposed timber doors to:-
BEDROOM 2 – Two (3 foot) divan beds. Double glazed window with glorious views out over the timber decked sun terrace and out towards the open ocean.
BEDROOM 3 – Two (3 foot) divan beds. Double glazed window with glorious views out over the timber decked sun terrace and out towards the open ocean.
BEDROOM 4 – One (3 foot) divan bed. Double glazed window with views out over the rear garden, limestone flooring with rug.
FAMILY BATHROOM – Limestone tiled flooring, tiled walls, obscure double glazed window to the rear, towel heater, wall-mounted wash hand basin, panelled P-shaped bath with contemporary chrome shower head (excellent water pressure) and chrome wall mounted shower controls under.
FIRST FLOOR MASTER BEDROOM – A Superking double bed. Two large Velux balcony windows with views out over the open countryside towards the coastline beyond. Full width apex wall of double glazed windows with double glazed French doors opening onto a decked balcony with beautiful views out over the home's own garden towards the open ocean beyond. Exposed timber floorboards, exposed beams, concealed shelved door to a:-
WALK-IN DRESSING ROOM – Exposed beams, hanging rails, shelving and built-in drawers. Also off the master bedroom:-
EN-SUITE – Exposed timber floorboards, tiled walls, two Velux windows, exposed beams, wall mounted ladder style towel radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle with chrome shower head (excellent water pressure) and wall mounted shower controls
GARDEN – Sea Breeze benefits from well-designed, maintained and exceedingly well-stocked gardens which wraparound three sides culminating in a full width decked sun terrace overlooking a sea-facing lawn providing a fantastic position from which to take in the beautiful sea views.
As mentioned earlier, Driftwood, a one-bedroomed self-catering property immediately next door is also available for rent (see my other listing). It has it's own small outside area of gravelled Mediterannean style garden which also takes in the beautiful views. You are very welcome to book both properties. If not booked together, please be aware that there may be people staying next door. It is a separate building and has its own outdoor patio, which is separated from the Sea Breeze garden by a part fence.
Wi-Fi / INTERNET / PHONE / TV: There is very high-speed Wi-Fi (BT fibre wired in), Freeview TV as well as YouView with extra channels and the ability to record and pause. There is also a land line telephone people can call in on.
CHILDREN: A stair gate can be provided if needed as well as 2 x travel cots (linen for these not included) and 2 x high chairs - please let me know when booking.
DOGS: One well-behaved dog is very welcome at the property (in the living areas - not on the furniture, nor in the bedrooms please). Please let me know when booking.
PARKING: There are 3 spaces for cars - 2 are allotted to Sea Breeze and one to Driftwood.
BUSES: First run a bus service from Penzance, which goes through Newlyn, St Buryan, Sennen, Treen, Porthcurno and Lands End. There are more bus routes from Penzance. Your nearest stop is Porthcurno Car Park (max 10 min walk).
PLEASE DO ASK IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
We (Jake and Jess – and now our 3 children) have been coming to Cornwall for years (Jess’s mum was born in Penzance and her grandfather used to own and run Taylor’s of Penzance the garage on the sea front – now the Pz Gallery, near the Jubilee Pool) and love it! Having rented many places ourselves over the years we have tried to do what we can to make this a user-friendly and really comfortable home which we use often ourselves and rent out when we can't be here!
Owner purchased this House in 2017
Why Owner chose Porthcurno
Sea Views, Great sized rooms, lovely feel, comfortable beds and furniture (we've stayed many places with small/uncomfortable beds, so were determined we would make sleeping and lounging comfortable!!), good-sized towels (not postage-stamp size like at so many places we've stayed), light and bright, unbeatable location
What makes this House unique
Sea views and proximity to coast path and beaches
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
We had a wonderful stay at Sea Breeze Cottage. There was plenty of space for the whole family, the kitchen was beautifully decorated and well stocked with utensils (even the knives were sharp which was a rare treat). We loved having the upstairs loft for the two of us while the kids each enjoyed their own room downstairs. The view over the sea from the deck and windows of the house was wonderful and as we were there in winter we pretty much had the beaches to ourselves. It was a little cold but then we did choose to go in March and right after a snow storm!