These are the views you come to Cornwall for; fabulous, far reaching and expansive sea views with ever-changing colours of blue and green with magical skies to match. Floor to ceiling bi-folding doors in the open plan living-room peel back fully to bring the ocean even closer and when you climb under the crisp cotton sheets to bed, the sound of the waves can be heard and enjoyed from both bedrooms as that fresh Cornish air sends you to sleep.
Take a walk down the lane to feel the sand under your toes, with a sunny welcome for visitors at one of the beaches and the cafe for those with four legs as well as two. This gorgeous apartment has been thoughtfully designed with comfort in mind such as luxurious bedding on top of quality beds, a Nespresso machine for those morning coffees and many of those little extras you expect to find in a boutique hotel; a stay at 4 The Beach feels very special indeed.
Kennack Sands, near the village of Kuggar, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located on the Lizard peninsula, well-known amongst the surfing fraternity as it regularly throws up four to five foot waves. It also has its fair share of shipwreck stories and remains of wrecks that can be seen from the beach on especially low tides. The beach to the east is a designated nature reserve which can be reached via the footpath that runs along the back of the beach, so for walkers there is much to explore.
Next to the 4 The Beach is the Potters Bar, not your traditional Cornish watering hole, but the welcome is warm and the beer is cold. Nearby Ruan Minor (just over a mile away) has a well-stocked village shop offering hot drinks and all sorts to takeaway, as well as the Treleague dairy farm shop where you can buy their locally-sourced produce including clotted cream, eggs and of course their fresh milk served in proper glass bottles. For dinner why not cook some of this wonderful local produce at home, or pop down to the Cadgwith Cove Inn less than two miles away for a traditional pub night out. The apartment has board games which will provide fun for all the family and in the grounds you will find a lawn and patio area shared with the other apartments.
Shared Entrance hall
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and DVD player. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (6') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- Telephone honesty-box (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub 10 yds
- Shared garden furniture
- 3 electric convector heaters
This is the view from the Juliet balcony in the living-room, the wall of glass folds back so the fabulous views are unobstructed.
Open plan living at its very best.
The gorgeous king-size bed with fresh cotton sheets and white fluffy towels awaits you.
The apartment is on the first floor with (in the middle of the photo with the windows open).
The kitchen is stylish and very well-equipped.
The apartment has a large corner sofa to relax on whilst watching a movie on the Smart TV.
Being open makes this a very sociable space even for the cook!
Crisp white linens on comfy quality mattresses make for a good night's sleep.
The view from bedroom two.
The main bedroom also shares those wonderful sea views and has an en suite shower-room.
The view from the master bedroom.
You can check out the surf from here and decide when to head down to the beach.
Bedroom two can be made up as a 6ft double bed or as 3ft twin beds on request.
There are only eight apartments in the building making them rather exclusive.
This is the view from the apartment.
There is a dog-friendly area of beach right next to the main beach at Kennack Sands, just follow the signs when you get down there.
The waters are perfect for swimming, the beach has a lifeguard in the main season as well as a beach hut and beach cafe selliing drinks, snacks and ice creams.
Pretty Cadgwith Cove is less than two miles away by car or a 35 minute walk including a rather steep hill on the way back, but it is well worth it!
The Cadgwith Cove Inn, food locally-sourced with seafood caught by local Cadgwith fishermen and served to the table the same day.
The Old Cellars restaurant in the cove also has a great reputation for its good food and especially its crab sandwiches!
There is a shared lawn next to the building, a perfect spot for relaxation and playtime.
Kynance Bay is one of those places you must visit during your stay, not to be missed.
Lizard Point, the lighthouse and cafe is another great place to visit.
Coverack bay is a short drive away or an 8 mile walk, enjoy a drink or bite to eat before heading back along the coast path.
In the shared courtyard there is table and chairs, bench seat and washing line for guests' use.
The apartment is on the first floor so one flight of stairs or take the lift.
There are footpaths right on your doorstep or follow the lane around 900 yards to the beach.
Recline on the comfy sofa or in one of the stylish armchairs, the choice is yours.
The family bathroom is located opposite bedroom two.
The apartment is light and spacious.