What could be more wonderful than breathtaking sea views from your cosy shepherd's hut? Positioned so that you can see right out to the far Atlantic, Forget-Me-Not is cleverly designed to provide you with everything you'll need for a luxury camping retreat, including a king-sized bed (with comfy mattress), well-equipped mini-kitchen and a warming panel heater.
A separate 'beach hut' (9' x 9') is positioned just behind with steps up to a huge walk-in wet-room, with hot shower, flushing toilet, wash-basin, a large heated towel rail, hair-dryer and plenty of space to hang your beach towels after a day on the sands or to put your walking boots after a day on the coast path.
In its own private area of 30 metres by 20 metres, the hut sits next door to Mr Blue Sky but has a hedge between for privacy, as well as its own parking space, a barbecue and a chimenea to make the most of evening vistas.
Located within two and a half acres of sheltered, flat grassland, Forget-Me-Not is set back from the main road and 200 yards up a private lane. The Owners live nearby, and there are five touring pitches on site and a laundry-room, though both shepherd's huts are set in their own private areas.
Forget-Me-Not's mini-kitchen includes a full-size fridge, two-ring hob, combination microwave, toaster and fold away dining-table, and there is also a handy storage cupboard for bits and bobs. If you can tear yourself away from this pretty spot, Forget-Me-Not is an ideal base for exploring the area, whether a 15 minute stroll down to the golden beach of Praa Sands and the coastal path, a short drive to one of the many nearby beaches, or perhaps a trip to the unique St Michael's Mount, the fishing village of Porthleven or artistic St Ives.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. 2 ring electric hob, combination microwave, toaster, fridge and king-size double bed (5')
Beach Hut (9' x 9')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Other properties at this location: The Lookout 4357
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- 1 panel heater
Forget-Me-Not looks straight out to sea and has a very spacious garden area.
There is plenty of space to the front of the hut, perfect for enjoying a G&T whilst taking in the view - bliss!
The 'beach hut' spacious shower-room sits just behind Forget-Me-Not with Mr Blue Sky next door, the hedge between ensures privacy for all.
The hut is surprisingly spacious inside, with all you could need for a comfortable glamping break.
After an active day out exploring the plentiful places that this fantastic part of Cornwall has to offer, you know you have this comfy king-size bed waiting for you.
The king-size bed is positioned to look out the stable-door to the sea in the distance - a cuppa in bed in the mornings is a must!
The stunning view from your bed!
The kitchen-area is fully equipped, including a 2 ring hob, combination microwave, toaster and fridge.
The small but perfectly formed kitchen-area.
Breakfast with a view, no better way to start the day!
This is truly your view and in 15 minutes you can be on the beach!
There is room to the front of the hut to sit with a drink and fire up the barbecue.
Breakfast inside or out, the choice is yours.
Inside the 'beach hut' is a very spacious and fully equipped shower-room including a heated towel rail and hair-dryer.
Time for a drink before dinner - you will never tire of the view!
This is your view across the field in front of the huts over to Praa Sands and the sea beyond, when the farmer plants his low level crops.
Just a 15 minute stroll down the hill will bring you to the fabulous stretch of sand at Praa Sands, with a popular pub on the beachfront and you can connect here with the South West Coast Path.
Just a five minute drive away is the unspoilt village of Perranuthnoe, boasting an excellent pub as well as a fabulous sandy beach at low tide.
Porthleven's picturesque harbour with its array of restaurants, pubs and shops is a short drive away.
St Michael's Mount at Marazion is accessible on foot along the causeway at low tide.