Situated just above Chynhalls Point on the headland above the picturesque village of Coverack and set in a former grand hotel, this recently refurbished top floor apartment offers the perfect vantage point from which to lose yourself whilst gazing out over the dramatic Cornish coastline and absorbing the ever-changing moods and colours of the sea.
With both bedrooms overlooking acres of open heath and National Trust land, your morning wake-up call will be harmonious birdsong and the sweet sounds of the countryside. If you can tear yourselves away from the hypnotic sea views from the living-room, step outside and explore the delights of the extensive lawns, perhaps settling yourself down in one of the secluded sitting-out areas to while away a moment or two with a good book. If you’re feeling in the mood for burning off a bit of energy, indulge in a set or two of tennis on the all-weather tennis court. There is even a small beach, which is sandy at low tide, an ideal spot to look out for a grey seal or two which may be basking on the rocks nearby.
Much of the The Lizard peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a naturalist’s and ornithologist’s paradise with many species of birds both resident and migratory to spot. Bring along the binoculars and you may just be rewarded with a glimpse of one of Britain’s rarest breeding birds, the Cornish chough, which have been successfully reintroduced to the area after a long period of absence.
This area of the headland offers idyllic isolation yet the traditional fishing village of Coverack with its vibrant harbour, pretty, white-washed cottages, pub and restaurants is but a short downhill stroll.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player, HD recorder, and CD and tape player
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Access to shared ground floor Laundry-room with coin-operated washing machine and tumble-drier
*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- Telephone (incoming only)
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- 4 electric thermostatic radiators
- Public telephone on site (outgoing only)
There are outstanding views from the sitting/dining-room.
Mears Beach can be accessed by popping down the coast path.
The master bedroom has lovely calming tones.
The well-equipped kitchen.
The Lookout is located in the old Headland Hotel (top left).
Chat to the chef from the comfortable sofas.
Enjoy a meal with this fabulous view.
Sink into the sofas after a day on the beach.
Sit and watch the ships pass by.
The open kitchen is lovely and sociable.
Cooking up a feast.
Breakfast in bed, what a treat.
The twin bedroom has seaside influences.
Plenty of storage can be found in both bedrooms.
The family bathroom.
Look down the hallway from the bedrooms straight out to sea.
The guest WC is very useful.
The Lookout is located just behind Chynhalls Point.
The perfect bird watching spot.
A little way back along the private road, a public footpath on the right leads to the village pub, about a fifteen minute walk away down the hill.
The pretty harbour in Coverack is about a fifteen minute downhill walk away.
Spectacular Kynance Cove is well worth a visit.
The Lifeboat House fish restaurant. You have a choice of places to eat in the village; Chloe's Cafe, The Bay Hotel or the Paris.
The ponds at Roskilly's are just up from the ice cream parlour, a quiet place to wander in the shade around the ponds and through the trees.
The Paris offers good food, great local hospitality and a fun quiz night once a week.
For home-made cakes why not pop into Elizabeth's for a takeaway tea?
Cadgwith, another of the Lizard peninsula's picturesque seaside villages.