A wonderful place to escape from modern life.
Panorama (the cabin in the middle of the front row), its location and view is sure to 'wow' you. What an unbeatable setting.
Breath-taking panoramic sea views (hence the name!).
Sit back and relax with the sea glistening in front of you - bliss!
Just imagine dining al fresco with this stunning outlook.
The vista can even be enjoyed from the squishy sofa.
All you could need under one roof.
The kitchen is both stylish and well-equipped.
What an idyllic retreat to spend a few days or more.
You'll want to return time and time again.
Throw open the patio doors and let the sea air in.
You can even enjoy the views from the kitchen sink!
Endless sea and sky.
Cook up a yummy meal after exploring the coastal path.
Cosy up of an evening and watch the sun set over the sea - bliss.
The striking light fitting in the sitting area.
Every single detail has been carefully thought out and provided.
A nod to Panorama's coastal location.
A very useful booklet that you are welcome to borrow.
The bedroom is delightful, decorated with soft tones.
And enjoying the view from its side window.
Lovely features throughout.
Which direction will you head on your holiday adventure?
A handy shelf in the bedroom.
There's a modern shower-room too.
Complete with walk-in shower cubicle.
And WC and wash-basin.
Breakfast with a view!
Grab a glass of your favourite tipple and chill out.
Your four-legged friend is more than welcome to join you.
Panorama is sat in an super special spot (please note, the picture was taken when the railing wasn't quite finished - this goes all the way around the decking).
A true prime location, on the cliff overlooking Whitsand Bay, with uninterrupted panoramic sea views as far as the eye can see.

Panorama

4382

1.1 miles SE of Whitsand Bay / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 1 to 15)

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £437

Take the short walk down the coastal path to reach this ultimate away-from-it-all beach retreat and be prepared to be blown away by the spectacular panorama that appears right before your very eyes - there is a reason behind the name! Perched high on the cliff at Tregonhawke in the most breath-taking location, you'll have a bird's eye view of the beach below and uninterrupted far-reaching views across the sea. While away your days walking the coastal path, having fun on the beach, exploring this unspoilt corner of Cornwall or simply lounging on the deck and soaking in that view - Panorama is the stuff that holiday dreams are made of.

Perfect for solo escapes or romantic breaks with your four-legged friends in tow, this super little cabin offers a stylish and comfortable interior peppered with the odd nautical artefact befitting of its setting. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the open plan living-room magnificently frame the view so whether you are cooking up a seaside feast in the fabulously sleek kitchen-area, enjoying a laid-back lunch at the table or snuggled up on the sofa, you will never lose sight of the ever-changing sea and skyscapes before you and, if you want to get a little closer, simply push back the doors and step out onto the spacious decking area.

Of course, there's a luxury shower-room which wouldn't be out of place in a top star hotel and, when it's time for bed, lie back and watch the night skies unfold through the perfectly-placed skylight overhead the bed - heavenly!

This special part of Cornwall is a real find, with miles of coastal footpaths offering amazing sea views around every corner. Wander the charming twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, stopping off at one of the many pubs and cafes for some good old Cornish hospitality, or spend the day in the traditional working fishing seaside town of Looe where you can try your luck at crab, mackerel or even deep sea shark fishing.

The grand houses and gardens of Mount Edgcumbe, Port Eliot and Antony (National Trust) transport you to a Cornwall of a bygone age and, for some Maritime history, take the foot ferry from Cremyll over to Plymouth, home to the historic Barbican, Plymouth Hoe and the city's latest hotspot the Royal William Yard.


Access to Cabin

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge and TV

Bedroom with double bed (4'6'')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Please note, the property is accessed via a pathway with some steep and narrow steps. *A baby under six months old (non-crawler) is welcome, please bring your own moses basket.


Features

  • Dogs welcome
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Off road parking for 1 car (subject to availability)
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Patio furniture and barbecue
  • 2 electric heaters and heated towel rail