Blending the best of both classic and modern interiors, Parc Brawse House stands in an enviable position with near panoramic views of the Lizard peninsula. One of the most southerly residences in the United Kingdom, this impeccably presented and expansive home boasts contemporary design combined with traditional charm resulting in an aesthetic that is timeless and chic.
Developed in the 1800s, it was extended from a fisherman's cottage in the late 1700s. Generations of the family will take great delight in spotting the iconic Lizard Lighthouse from several of the windows. Thoughtfully refurbished, the owners have created a space that is light and airy in the warmer months and yet cosy and homely in the winter months.
As you enter through the signature blue door, opulence radiates from every corner. Beautiful high skirtings and crown mouldings complement the lofty ceilings throughout. Enjoy relaxing to your favourite playlist on the remote Bose speakers whilst you chat the night away.
Delicately styled in relaxing natural hues the first sitting-room is a lovely space that you would never want to leave! Wind down in front of the log-burner after a blustery coastal walk or take the time to sit and reflect on those holiday memories you are sure to make. The room is complete with a Smart TV and Sky.
Parallel to this sitting-room you will find the grand library - filled with plenty of inspiration for your holiday. From the breathtaking views, handy local guides, maps, and books, you won't be short of ideas to inspire those holiday adventures. For those who may need to catch up on emails or some work there is a handy desk space.
From the hall you will find the kitchen and dining-room. The kitchen is perfect for the chefs in the family to whip up some holiday treats; with plenty of fresh produce to buy locally you will be spoilt for choice. The gorgeous breakfast-room lies adjacent to the kitchen, lovingly restored with more contemporary rendering.
There are two thoughtfully decorated ground floor bedrooms, both complemented with en suite shower-rooms, to the rear of the house. Here you will also find the second sitting room/snug ideal for teenagers wanting to hideaway and use the games console or offering a quiet spot for those wanting a moment or two of peace at the end of a busy day adventuring. From the dining-room, you can access the games-room which has a table football for you to spend many an evening competing with the family.
Passing the beautiful stained-glass window climb the grand staircase to the sumptuous landing which leads to a beautiful bathroom complete with free-standing bath and separate shower. You will also find three exquisite bedrooms. Bedroom three is next to the bathroom. The jewel in the crown is bedroom four; featuring unparalleled views in the south west of Cornwall, which can be enjoyed whilst taking breakfast in bed.
Bedroom five is down a couple of steps at the end of the hall again with pretty views you can enjoy whilst relaxing in the mornings.
The garden is a sun-trap where those summer days can be extended into spring and autumn and with plenty of space for the kids to run around or the dog to doze in after a long day exploring the coastal path.
The area around Parc Brawse House is a haven for wild swimmers, walkers and explorers alike. The Lizard is home to the most southerly cafe in England and everything your holiday heart may desire is on your doorstep; from welcoming local pubs, bakeries, cafes and serpentine shops, all individual and long standing, passed down through generations.
The Lizard is also home to Kynance Cove, one of the most photographed and painted beaches in the whole of the United Kingdom.
Sitting-room 1 with Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner
Library with ornamental fireplace
Kitchen with dual fuel range (gas hob, electric oven), ornamental Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Dining-room with ornamental fireplace
Laundry-room with washing machine, tumble-drier and fridge
Games-room with table football
Annexe Ground Floor
Sitting-room 2 with Smart TV, Playstation 4 and ornamental fireplace
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bathroom 1 with bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash-basin and ornamental fireplace
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5') and ornamental fireplace
Bedroom 4 with super-king double bed (6') and ornamental fireplace
Steps to Bedroom 5 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin beds)
Bathroom 2 with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin (accessed from Bedroom 5 and the hall)
There are three steps to the front door and a number of steps in the garden, including a set of steps leading down to a second lawned area from the kitchen, please take care. There is a seasonal ice cream kiosk situated in the field across the road, opposite to Parc Brawse House with picnic benches for customer use. *Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cots.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 4 cars and parking on road
- No smoking
- Pub .75 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Welcome to the magnificent Parc Brawse House.
Contemporary and period features marry seamlessly in this exquisite home.
The perfect position for stargazing, or watching the majestic turn of the lighthouse.
This kitchen is perfect for the foodies of the family. Plenty of space, equipment and a range cooker.
Table football! There is also a croquet set stored here for use in the garden.
The dining table.
Bedroom four is the jewel in Parc Brawse House's crown. A comfy super-king size bed, ornamental fireplace and dual aspect windows with panoramic ocean views.
Spacious and beautiful, complete with roll-top bath, this bathroom is situated next to bedroom three on the first floor.
Pour yourself a glass of something ice cold and watch the sun set from the comfort of the roll-top bath.
Ornamental fireplaces pay homage to the rich history of Parc Brawse House.
Stylishly appointed throughout.
The breakfast room.
Breakfast is served!
Bedroom one on the ground floor has its own shower-room.
Bedroom two on the ground floor is a twin and has its own en suite shower-room.
Sitting-room 2 or 'The Snug'. Perfect for if you have older members of the family looking for some peace and quiet or perhaps for teenagers.
The grand staircase.
The resplendent landing on the first floor.
The library is on the ground floor and it has a wealth of books, walking guides and maps. This spot here looks towards the lighthouse.
A comfy king-size bed, dual aspect ornamental fireplace and panoramic ocean views.
Bedroom five is accessed at the end of the hall, down a couple of steps. It has unique views towards the Bass Point and Signal Station.
A sumptuous roll-top bath to wash away the stresses of everyday life.
This bathroom has dual access from the hall and from bedroom five.
Perch here with morning coffee and let the views inspire the day's adventures from bedroom four.
Looking back toward Parc Brawse House from the greenhouse (which is fantastic for airing out wetsuits!).
High ceilings and plenty of natural light.
The lawn is a sun-trap in the summer. Allotments are in the rear corner.
Enjoy panoramic views of the Lizard peninsula.
Perfectly equipped kitchen.
Shop at independent village stores and bakeries for wholesome holiday breakfasts.
Gorgeous period features retained to the highest standard here at Parc Brawse House.
Sitting-room 1 is not only comfortable and gorgeous, it also has Sky TV and a log-burner to keep you toasty in cooler months.
Looking out to the garden from sitting-room 1.
The patio is a sheltered spot, perfect for an al fresco evening. The external lighting twinkles gently creating serene ambience.
Kick off your sandals and relax with some holiday treats.
Dusk here is just magical.
Parc Brawse House is one of the most Southerly properties in mainland Britain.
Doorstep views in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Lizard is home to the iconic Kynance Cove - accessed via the coastal path or by car.
Helford Village is a short drive away. You can hop on a water taxi here to Helford Passage.
The historic fishing cove of Cadgwith is a hike down the coastal path or a short drive away.
Poldark was filmed at Gunwalloe beach! This is a short drive away from the Lizard.