Set in the peaceful hamlet of Mulfra, the nearby hills with sea views to both sides of Cornwall, Sixpenny Barn is a superb single-storey semi-detached cottage with footpaths leading directly from its door onto west Penwith’s dramatic moorland.
Numerous historic ancient sites and the north coast’s cliffs and coves are accessible on foot, and Marazion’s child-friendly beaches are a short drive away.
The perfect base for walking and bird watching, the barn is furnished with flair and attention to detail: wooden floors, exposed stone detailing and a wood-burner in the open plan sitting/dining-room, and granite work surfaces and slate flooring in the kitchen.
There is a pretty enclosed garden with enticing spots to relax with a book.
For those who enjoy eating out, there are several pubs and restaurants within easy reach, including the renowned Gurnard’s Head. Sennen Cove, Cape Cornwall and St Ives are all a short car journey away.
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine
Sitting/Dining-room with TV/DVD player/CD player, iPod dock and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with single bed (3')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
Welcome to Sixpenny Barn.
The pretty enclosed back garden with its manicured lawn and attractive flowerbeds.
Relax in front of the wood burner.
Bedroom 1 is a simply lovely room.
The dining area.
The lovely sitting area.
Cute and cosy.
From the living room you can head out to the glorious garden.
The well-equipped kitchen.
Bedroom 1 is a very pretty double room.
Enjoy a peaceful nights sleep.
The stylish shower room.
The very sweet single room.
The garden has a lovely summer house.
A lovely space to relax.
A great place to relax with a good book.
Your Cornish hideaway awaits.
St Michael's Mount is well worth a visit.
Beautiful St Ives.
Looking across to St Ives.