Delightful Mr Blue Sky's picture window frames a beautiful garden vista, while in the distance you can see a panorama of the Atlantic sea. In this seaside-themed shepherd's hut everything is on hand for a glamping getaway: a king-sized bed (with comfy mattress), well-equipped mini-kitchen, a warming panel heater and even a 'Cornish' welcome basket of breakfast goodies to get you started. 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 15 metres, the hut sits next door to Forget-me-Not (2763) but has a high hedge for privacy, as well as its own parking space, a barbecue and a chimenea to make the most of evening views.
Tucked away from the main road, 200 yards up a private lane, Mr Blue Sky (which is slightly larger than Forget-me-Not) is set within two and a half acres of sheltered, flat grassland. The Owners live nearby, and there is a laundry-room on site too, though both shepherd's huts are set in their own private areas. Included in the mini-kitchen are a full-size fridge, two-ring hob, combination microwave, toaster and fold away dining-table, and there is a handy cupboard for storage as well as a TV with DVD player. With so many attractions nearby, you will be torn between the 15 minute stroll down to the beach of Praa Sands (with its mile of golden sands, a popular pub, a restaurant and a couple of seasonal cafes), hiking the coastal path, visiting majestic St Michael's Mount or perhaps driving the short distance to any number of attractive towns and villages, including Porthleven, St Ives and Penzance. However with the fabulous sea views from Bos Verbas you may just want to stay on site and enjoy your glamping experience without going anywhere.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. 2 ring electric hob, combination microwave, toaster, fridge, double bed (5'), TV/DVD player
Beach Hut (9' x 9')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- 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
Mr Blue Sky sits in its spacious plot looking straight out to sea with its only near neighbour Forget Me Not (2763).
There is room in the garden for relaxing over a drink whilst firing up the barbecue or bring the badminton raquets and work up an appetite!
Surprisingly spacious inside with room at either side of the bed.
The king-size bed is positioned to look straight out the stable door to the sea in the distance.
Bright and comfortable linens on the king-size bed make it an inviting place to be after a day out exploring.
You can even see the sea from your bed!
The small but perfectly formed kitchen is fully equipped with lots of useful and colourful equipment.
There are colourful touches throughout this lovely shepherds hut.
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.
Mr Blue Sky basking in the summer sun in this very special spot.
A great place to start or end the day, al fresco dining.
Private and not overlooked but still with a view.
The colour of the sea has to be seen to be believed, you can be on the beach in 15 minutes.
Open up the door onto your private garden area.
The view is rather special.
The spacious shower-room is located in your very own 'beach hut' behind Mr Blue Sky. It even has a heated towel rail and hair-dryer too.
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.