Chynhalls Farm House is a charming 300 year old, Grade II Listed, authentic Cornish thatched cottage in the beautiful fishing village of Coverack.
It has recently been beautifully restored into a fine example of an authentic Cornish cottage with huge character, boasting an expansive headland garden and an enclosed courtyard garden.
Situated on the serene and unspoilt Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on Coverack headland and looking directly out over the bay to Coverack's famous sandy beach and picturesque fishing harbour, it has stunning 270 degree views of the sea.
The cottage is one of the oldest in the village and was originally a farm for over three centuries, when the headland was used only for agricultural land and livestock grazing. It has been said that the original footings and key stones were salvaged from a monastery on the headland in the 12th Century which was subsequently torn down and ravaged after the Medieval Inquisition.
With the illusive Mears beach practically on your doorstep and only a few minutes' walk to Coverack's main beach and harbour with the local Paris Inn pub, it is the perfect place to stay and soak in the unique and peaceful setting and its spectacular, clear starry nights.
The property is a wonderful eclectic mix of traditional and modern, and every divine luxury has been lavished upon.
This gorgeous sanctuary offers a spacious and calming retreat with original features such as open fireplaces (ornamental), beamed ceilings and traditional thatched roof. Entering the house via the sunny courtyard, you will be met by the light but cosy living area which leads on to a maze of charming rooms and spaces.
The enchanting, sea blue snug offers a hideaway to snuggle down and have wonderful outlooks over Coverack and beyond.
The kitchen, separated from the living area by a marble stoned hall and pantry, is light and airy and everything you'd expect from a traditional cottage kitchen. The pantry has plenty of space - perfect for keeping the champagne cool on the wide, slate shelves. The country marbled stone floor opens out to a slate-shelved, window side worktop and a hand-built oak kitchen, with many modern appliances. The traditional Aga (lit from early October to the end of April) and belfast sink are accompanied by the modern Bosch hob and Samsung dual cook oven, along with a Bosch dishwasher, large Bosch family fridge/freezer, Bosch washing machine and Smeg drier.
The long hall dining-room looks out over the pretty courtyard which is a fabulous sun trap. This high beamed room provides a tranquil space for a sunny breakfast and atmospheric candlelit family dining. There is plenty of additional living space in the conservatory too, which has a sublime view out to sea - it's as perfect for summer evenings as it is for winter days, or to have a little peace and quiet hidden away from the rest of the house.
Wooden decking wraps around the front of the house, facing the outstanding 270 degree panoramic vista of the sea and on to Coverack harbour… perfect for immersing yourself in the sounds of silence and sunshine, and watching the boats sail by. The large open garden really has unrivalled views which is left unfenced to give the true feeling of space, so please do take care with little ones and your dog.
There are four sumptuous bedrooms to choose from, three bedrooms on the first floor with two king-size and one double bed, which all ooze luxury and comfort - there is eclectic detail from antique French beds to Indian decor and Turkish lights, it really is wonderful. The main bedroom has sea views which you will never tire of.
The bedroom on the ground floor has a single bed and a walk in wet-room. The uniquely decorated downstairs bathroom, also on the ground floor, is tiled with little white pebbles from floor to ceiling with a large bath and reclaimed oak vanity worktop.
Perfectly located, you might want to leave your car at the property as the coast path is just outside your front door. Wander down to the beach which is only a five minute walk away or perhaps saunter to the local pub in Coverack which is less than a mile along a footpath. Discover the enchanted woodland, across a little stream and on to the hidden sculpture garden with views out over the sea to Coverack Headland. Coverack village has lots on offer including a sandy beach at low tide, a pub, village shop and most importantly, fish and chips and the famous Roskilly's ice cream.
Sitting-room 2 with Smart TV
Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, oil-fired Aga, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with single bed (3') and en suite Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 4 with double bed (4'6'')
Take care, the kitchen has a sloping ceiling, there are some low doorways and some little steps throughout as to be expected in an older cottage. Please note, it is not possible to charge electric vehicles via the domestic sockets due to thatch insurance restrictions however there are many local charge points nearby in Helston. There is no smoking at this property due to the thatch. The Aga is lit from early October to the end of April.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Patio furniture
- Full oil-fired CH (partial under-floor)
- Oil for Aga
Welcome to Chynhalls Farm House perched on the headland in Coverack.
Chynhalls Farm House is the thatched property in the middle of the photo, what a location!
The cosy sitting-room looks into the pretty courtyard.
The fabulous kitchen awaits you, please take care with the sloping ceilings and low door in the kitchen.
This bedroom is ever so luxurious.
What a warm welcome at Chynhalls Farm House.
The original features are just stunning and can be found throughout this lovely house such as this ornamental fireplace.
The snug is the perfect retreat, snuggle down with your favourite film.
The snug has views out over the sea and another gorgeous ornamental fireplace.
Looking back towards the village of Coverack with the gorgeous Chynhalls Farm House at the forefront.
There is an electric oven and hob and an oil-fired Aga, which is on in the winter months (from November 2021 until May 2022 and October - April 2023).
No detail has been missed.
The dining-room, off the kitchen, opens to the courtyard and the conservatory - what a fabulous room.
Fabulous vintage items - the perfect place for your cocktail shaker and glasses.
The family bathroom can be found on the ground floor.
Take a pew.
Fabulous French antique bed and crisp white sheets, just dreamy.
Oozing luxury and comfort – the eclectic decor is to die for.
This bedroom has the view with the wow-factor, lie in bed and watch the sunrise.
Sit in a cosy corner of the master bedroom, try not to get distracted by the sea view.
What a view from the window in this bedroom! (Bedroom 3).
This bedroom overlooks the quirky roof and courtyard garden.
The walk in wet-room in Bedroom 1 on the ground floor.
The stairs lead up to the three double bedrooms.
The conservatory is the perfect place for peace and quiet.
The coast path is a stone's throw from your front door along the lane (seen in this image), there is also a lane behind the cottage leading to a small one acre caravan park which is tucked away.
Looking down the lane where the South West Coast Path runs.
What a fabulous entrance to your holiday (please watch your head on the low doorways).
The decking has a wonderful outlook out to sea.
Walk along the lane to see amazing views.
Enjoy a tranquil drink in the sheltered courtyard.
Chynhalls Farm House at dusk is a magical place.
Snuggle up under a blanket and gaze at the stars.
The sheltered courtyard is the perfect spot for long relaxing evenings to be spent.
The amazing view from the lane looking over Coverack bay.
Chynhalls Head is at the end of the lane, follow the path to the stunning sandy cove below.
Coverack has plenty on offer.
Coverack is a short stroll along the footpath from Chynhalls Farm House, and what a walk it is.
Watch the sunrise with a steaming cup of coffee from your safe haven.
Visit the pretty harbour in Coverack.
The nearby coast path is rugged and full of nature. Perfect for exploring right from the doorstep.
Pretty fishing boats rest in the harbour in Coverack.
The beach in Coverack at mid tide.
The beach is lovely at low tide, enjoy taking a blustery walk in the winter.
St Michael's Mount is one of Cornwall's most iconic sights and only a short drive away from Chynhalls Farm House.
The very Mediterranean looking Kynance Cove is an idyllic beach for a day out. A great National Trust beach with good accessibility, car park and lovely cafe.
Wander along the coast path and find Terence Coventry Sculpture Park.
The picturesque Cadgwith cove is just around the corner and definitely worth an explore on holiday at Chynhalls Farm House.