Sitting in an enviable position with stunning views across Mount's Bay towards iconic St Michael's Mount and beyond, Sea View House certainly lives up to its name! This contemporary semi-detached house is reverse level to make the most of the fabulous views over the railway to the vast open seas of the English Channel, from Lizard Point in the east to Gwennap Head in the west. From dawn to dusk sit and admire miles of golden sands whilst watching the tide ebb and flow and perhaps even admire a kite surfer or kayaker paddling past.
Three bedrooms are located on the ground floor, all with comfy beds and cosily furnished. The main bedroom has the added benefit of an en suite shower-room, so no queuing here for that early morning shower. Bedroom two has three-foot single beds, ideal for either adults or children and bedroom three has bunk-beds which the children in the party will love. Both the main bedroom and the twin-room have access to the decked patio, the perfect spot for a morning coffee.
Climb the stairs where you will find the spacious open-plan first floor, light and bright thanks to the huge floor to ceiling windows and the perfect place to take in the view! The large dining-table sits opposite the kitchen area so guests can sit and chat whilst the chef prepares dinner. A south-facing balcony leads from this floor, where you can gaze out to sea and watch the occasional train travel past. From the first floor, stairs lead to the mezzanine level where an additional double bedroom can be found.
Blessed with two outside patio areas and walks from your door into the local village and over the crossing onto the beach, this really is a fabulous place for a family holiday or perhaps for a group of friends looking for a getaway, and even your four-legged friend is most welcome here.
Far west Cornwall is blessed with a temperate climate, gorgeous coastal walks and more than its fair share of fabulous golden sandy beaches. Days out exploring the area will be such a treat, starting with St Michael's Mount, a walk away from Sea View House and a truly fabulous National Trust property.
Marazion is a gentle stroll away and perfectly placed for dinner if the chef wants a night off. Penzance, again a short stroll west, has a great selection of eclectic shops and swimmers will enjoy Jubilee Pool, the largest Art Deco sea pool in the UK, beautifully restored and warmed by geothermal water. On the north coast, iconic St Ives is a must for its effervescent light, cobbled streets and gorgeous beaches. Sea sport enthusiasts should head for Sennen Cove to surf and Gwithian is renowned as a mecca for kite surfers. However you plan to spend your holiday time, you really have found a gem of a property here at Sea View House.
Utility-cupboard with washing machine
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 3 with bunk-beds (3')
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5’)
This property is close to a single track main line railway.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot, high chair and 2 stair-gates
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- Smokers welcome
- Pub 300 yds
- Balcony furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
The view out over Mount's Bay from the balcony at Sea View House.
Stairs lead from the living-room to the mezzanine level above.
The open plan living area.
The second floor double bedroom.
There are two tables on the balcony, the ideal place to watch the sun rise in the morning and set in the evening.
Comfortable living space.
Stairs lead up to the second floor bedroom.
The first floor open plan living area has stairs up to the galleried bedroom.
The floor to ceiling doors and windows allow the light to flood into the open plan living-room and mezzanine level above.
There are fabulous sea views from the sitting-area.
The kitchen-area is fully equipped.
The view into the living area from the mezzanine bedroom.
Looking down to the railway which runs between the house and the beach.
The ground floor twin bedroom.
The ground floor en suite master bedroom has doors out to the decked terrace.
The second floor double bedroom.
The ground floor bunk-bedroom.
The ground floor shower-room.
The twin bedroom.
Newlyn is a pretty fishing town, steeped in history and with a great selection of galleries.
Gorgeous Mousehole, a great place to visit at any time of year.
Iconic St Michael's Mount, access either on foot along the causeway or by passenger ferry when the tide is in.
The golden sands of Porthmeor beach, St Ives.
Praa Sands is a short drive away and one of many beautiful beaches in the area.
A secluded cove near Hayle, how gorgeous is this?