Little Broghas is a delightful stone and larch clad cottage.
Little Broghas is a two minute walk from the fabulous coastal footpaths.
The fabulous wood-burner makes this an ideal retreat all year round
The stylishly fitted kitchen is very well-equipped and has wonderful views.
You can enjoy the spectacular views across to 'Wheal Friendly' from both inside and outside the cottage.
The open plan living room is so light and airy
The sitting-area has a lovely comfy sofa.
The dining-area is alongside the kitchen.
The double doors lead out to the decking-area.
The decking-area is a great spot for al fresco dining.
We can highly recommend the treats from the local bakery!
The stairs lead down from the living area to the bedrooms and bathroom.
The main bedroom has oddles of storage
Bedroom One has a really comfortable Hypnos Bed
The double bedroom enjoys the views across to the engine house 'Wheal Friendly'.
The stylish bathroom.
The beautiful twin bedded room.
Lovely touches in the twin bedroom.
Trevaunance Cove is only a two minute walk from the cottage.
There is a selection of books on offer including some antique Poldark novels!
A lovely wooden bench in the hallway.
The outdoor shower is the ideal place to rinse off your wetsuits or yourself, after a day at the beach.
There's a really useful storage area for your wetsuits and other holiday kit.
You'll enjoy watching the birds in this delightful setting
The owners gorgeous home is also in the grounds but your privacy is assured.
Old engine houses on the cliffs above nearby Chapel Porth beach.
Looking from Chapel Porth towards Porthtowan at low tide.

Little Broghas

3270

St Agnes / Sleeps 4 (no children under 12)

7 Nights from £754 - £1524

This is a fabulous holiday cottage, combining contemporary architecture, superb quality and stunning location in one sumptuous package. Just a five minute stroll from the sand and pebble beach, renowned surfing waves and coastal footpaths at Trevaunance Cove, Little Broghas will appeal to beach lovers, surfers and walkers alike. Every detail has been meticulously planned, from the reverse accommodation with its luxurious bedrooms and bathroom downstairs and open-plan living-room upstairs, to the outdoor shower, surfboard store and sheltered outdoor decking area, perfect for evening drinks. There’s a wood burner for cosy winter breaks, a traditional village pub and a beachside bistro within easy walking distance and plenty more shops, pubs, cafes and eateries dotted around this thriving and friendly seaside village.

With a choice of beautiful sandy coves and a stunning coastline lined with spectacular clifftop walks, you have the perfect backdrop for your Cornish holiday when staying in Little Broghas. The reversed accommodation provides a wide entrance hallway and two luxurious bedrooms on the ground floor, separated by the stylish, contemporary family bathroom and all warmed by underfloor heating. With a Hypnos mattress on the king-size bed and White Company bed linen on all beds, you are guaranteed a perfect night’s sleep; fluffy White Company towels are also provided. A bespoke oak staircase leads up to the spacious open plan living-room with its high apex roof and floor to ceiling windows leading out to the deck. A toasty wood-burner in the sitting-area invites you to curl up and relax at the end of a brilliant day exploring this glorious part of Cornwall, with Netflix provided for entertainment and a Bose speaker for streaming your music. The kitchen-area is fully equipped and offers a lovely view across the valley to the evocative remains of Wheal Friendly tin mine standing majestically on the hillside opposite. Bespoke furniture mixes with statement pieces, further confirmation of the attention to detail paid to the presentation of the cottage. Outside there’s storage for all your surfboards and other essential holiday kit and even a shower so you can rinse off after a day at the beach. Set in the grounds of the Owners’ home but with a good deal of privacy, you are warmly welcomed to Little Broghas with a greeting from the owner who will explain how everything works then leave you in peace to enjoy your holiday. A freshly baked cream tea and chilled bottle of Prosecco on arrival will set the tone for holiday enjoyment. St Agnes is a thriving village offering all you need in the way of shopping, eating out and entertainment. There’s a butcher, bakery, pizza shop, fish and chip shop, greengrocers, mini-market and numerous cafes, pubs and bistros. You can book surf lessons at the highly acclaimed local surf shop, stock up on great beach gear or even order a bespoke surfboard (better than a stick of rock any day!). The coastline, cliffs and beaches around St Agnes are a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site with stunning views from the coastal footpaths. The area has many relics of the area’s tin-mining past and is used for many film shoots (this is the heart of Poldark country and filming takes place locally on a regular basis). Fabulous sandy beaches appear as the tide drops back at Trevaunance Cove, and at nearby Chapel Porth, Porthtowan and Perranporth too, all lifeguarded from Easter to October and great for both families and surfers of all abilities.


Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with twin beds

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, combination microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 200 yds
  • Patio furniture and barbecue
  • Full electric CH (partial under-floor)