Less than a mile as the crow flies across the countryside from the sandy beaches at Gwithian, this traditional farmhouse is the perfect base for a relaxing holiday in this beautiful part of Cornwall. Two spacious bedrooms can sleep up to five guests and with two dining-rooms for spending time with family or friends, either in front of an open fire on a cool summer evening or playing games at the dining-room table as the sun sets for the night, there is a comfortable space for all. Located across the courtyard from the Owner's barns on their working farm, your neighbours are likely to be some of their beautiful Jersey cows who share with you the wonderful views from the garden across to the three miles of beaches at Gwithian sands all the way down to Godrevy lighthouse.
Within a mile of the farmhouse you can be on the beach surfing the waves, at the friendly local pub tasting the local brew or buying locally grown and reared tasty produce at one of the nearby farm shops and, when you return home after a day out exploring or on the beach, this welcoming farmhouse is the ideal home-from-home. With some of the best beaches and scenery on your doorstep, wonderful galleries and gardens to visit and only a short drive into nearby St Ives and the Hayle Estuary, a holiday here has so much to offer; do as little or as much as you want and return home with great memories of a Cornwall holiday well spent.
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, DVD player, open fire and ornamental Aga
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, combination microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Dining-room with ornamental wood-burner
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Cloakroom with WC
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and single bed
Bedroom 2 with double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Some of the original slate floor slabs are a little uneven and there's a level change and step up into the kitchen from the sitting-room.
- Regret no pets
- 2 travel cots, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Picnic table and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
This delightful farmhouse sits across the courtyard from the Owner's home and small holding.
The cosy sitting-room with two sofas around the open fire.
The dining-room has a library full of interesting books and a feature/ornamental fireplace (not a working wood-burner).
Sea views can be enjoyed from the garden.
The master bedroom with king-size bed.
The well-equipped kitchen, please note that there is a step down into the sitting-room.
The views across the fields as you come down the driveway to the farmhouse, with Godrevy Lighthouse in the distance.
Stairs up from the dining-room to the bedrooms and bathroom.
The second bedroom is furnished with a king size bed.
Traditional furnishings make this a comfortable and welcoming cottage.
Bedroom one is spacious and the single bed is hidden away on the opposite side of the room.
This bed has sea views from the little window.
The spacious bathroom with shower cubicle and bath, there is also a separate loo on the ground floor. (Pls note that due to the locality the water pressure can be sensitive)
The landing with doors to both bedrooms and the bathroom.
The bright conservatory is a fabulous place to relax in.
A perfect spot for breakfast.
Looking through to the kitchen from the sitting-room, the original slate floor is a little uneven in places and there is a step up into the kitchen.
The sitting-room is between the dining-room and the conservatory.
The sandy beaches at Gwithian Towans stretch for three and a half miles.
The garden is to the rear of the farmhouse.
A comfy chair by the feature Rayburn (not working purely for decoration) and a toy and games cupboard in the corner.
The sea views can also be enjoyed from the small window in the bathroom.
The kitchen leads through to the larder, cloakroom and the back door into the garden.
Come and meet the other residents at the farm, their pretty Jersey cows, the Owners are happy to show you around if you would like.
The Old Farmhouse is a traditional Cornish farm cottage on a small working farm.
Popular St Ives is only a short drive away.
St Ives has shops, restaurants, cafes, the harbour and is home of Tate St Ives and The Barbara Hepworth Museum.
Nearby Hayle Estuary is a bird watchers paradise.