Nanpusker Pump House is a mellow-stoned, delightful family home set in a secluded wooded valley just minutes by car from Hayle’s gloriously long, sandy beaches.
Formerly supplying water to the area’s tin and copper mine this fabulous cottage has a huge sunny garden, where the focal point is a fabulous hot tub on the raised deck outside the summer-house. Located at the end of a long private drive which passes four picturesque fishing lodges and lakes, let privately by the nearby Owners. Inside, original features preserve the building’s character and all three floors, with various steps leading to the different levels, overlook the garden. Outside the first floor living-room is a sun-drenched balcony with lovely views across the surrounding countryside.
The spacious living-room, on the middle of the three floors, has surround sound television, a wood-burner and French doors opening onto the balcony, which has steps to both the upper seating-area and down to the garden. The large, light-filled en suite master bedroom is on the top floor, and the bedrooms downstairs include one with a comfy leather armchair – ideal either as a playroom or single bedroom, offering versatility for the six guests the cottage accommodates.
Nanpusker Pump House is well situated for exploring this beautiful part of Cornwall; the coast path and the surfing beaches of the north coast are close by, while the galleries, shops and restaurants of St Ives are only a short drive away.
For shopping and amenities Hayle is only a few moments by car, where a stroll along the tidal river estuary, a swim in the (seasonal) open-air Lido or a day on the vast sandy beach will keep everyone entertained.
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with ‘zip and link’ (5' double or twin) beds and TV/DVD player
Bedroom 2 with double bed, TV/DVD player and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3/Playroom with single bed and TV/DVD player
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player, CD player/iPod dock and wood-burner. Dual fuel range cooker (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 4 with double bed, TV/DVD player and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
This cottage is only available for six guests.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and 2 stair-gates
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 3 cars
- Telephone with honesty-box (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Nanpusker Pump House is a beautifully renovated old building, with a big private garden which has a luxurious hot tub beside the summer-house.
The sitting-area features a surround sound television and a welcoming wood-burner.
The kitchen is well-equipped with all your holiday needs.
The fabulous hot tub is a real treat for everyone!
Spacious Bedroom 4 includes a wall-mounted TV/DVD player.
The ground floor family bathroom is complete with roll-top bath to relax and soak after a day out exploring.
Looking from the sitting-area towards the dining-area.
Bedroom 2 is furnished with a double bed and a TV/DVD player, and has lovely views across the garden.
The warm welcome starts as soon as you step through the front door.
Bedroom 1 with ‘zip and link’ (5' double or twin) beds and TV/DVD player.
The view from the upper deck looking down towards the lakes.
The extra single bedroom (Bedroom 3) offers flexibility for family groups, or can be used as a playroom or study. (Please note, the property only accommodates six guests altogether).
Steps lead down from the balcony to the garden.
A lovely spot to soak up the sun!
The different decked levels are perfect for admiring the wonderful scenery.
Look out for the owners lovely cat Simba.
French doors open from the first floor living-room out onto the decked balcony.
Two steps from the sitting/dining-room take you up to the well-equipped kitchen with American-style fridge/freezer.
Look out for the original features within the Pump House.
The family bathroom on the ground floor.
Two steps lead up into the kitchen.
This is a great space to prepare a meal whilst chatting to family and friends.
The top floor has some sloping ceilings, but the bedroom is light, airy and spacious nevertheless.
The en suite shower-room to Bedroom 4.
The wonderful view from the top of the house.
Bedroom 2 also has an en suite shower-room.
The view out onto the garden.
The en suite shower-room.
The entrance to Nanpusker.
A truly unique nameplate!
The long driveway passes to the left of the fishing lodges and lakes. (Please note, the lakes are not available to guests at Nanpusker Pump House).
Looking back down the driveway, which climbs gently uphill towards the house.
The view from the highest point of the driveway.
The driveway then winds down to the spacious parking-area near the house.
The well-kept garden is huge, with plenty of space for children to play.
Gravelled paths meander between the shrubs and bushes.
Another lovely spot to enjoy the scenery...
... and soak up the sunshine!
Picturesque St Ives is approximately five miles away.
Looking across from one side of the beautiful bay towards the harbour.
The little seaside train stops at spectacular Carbis Bay on its journey between St Ives and St Erth.
Porthminster Beach, one of St Ives' beautiful golden beaches.
Looking across the huge beach towards Godrevy Lighthouse from the dunes at Gwithian Towans, not far from Hayle.
Glorious St Ives Bay stretches for several miles between Godrevy Point and St Ives itself, and is just a few minutes' drive from Nanpusker.
The lovely view from the top floor (the hot tub is on the deck beside the summer-house).
Beautiful craftsmanship can be seen everywhere, from the wooden stairs to the second floor and wooden steps outside to the upper terrace.
The light-filled master bedroom is on the top floor (Bedroom 4).
Cook up a treat using the dual fuel range cooker.
The spacious kitchen has wonderful views across the surrounding gardens.
Comfy sofas to relax on whilst chatting about the wonderful adventures you've had so far.