Sea View Cottage - Character House Overlooking Penzance Harbour
Sea View Cottage is perfectly located at the seaward end of the historic Chapel Street, and overlooking the working harbour of Penzance. Sea View Cottage offers stunning views of St Michael's Mount to the Lizard Peninsular across Mounts Bay to the working dock at Penzance and the town centre. In the opposite direction you can enjoy Penzance promenade and Jubilee Pool; the largest open air swimming pool the country. If you Continue along the promenade you will find the working fishing village of Newlyn where you can enjoy the famous fresh Jelberts Ice-cream.
A ten minute drive from Sea View Cottage takes you to some of the best surf breaks in the country. Famous beaches like Sennen and Gwenver offer golden sand and world class waves. We are centrally located just fifteen minutes from St Ives, The Tate Gallery, The Minack open air Theatre and Lands End. Cornwall is renowned for its gentle climate, influenced by the Gulf Stream, but if you need some extra comfort, all our accommodations are centrally heated.
THE GROUND FLOOR offers a spacious modern kitchen fully equipped with a gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, dish washer, washing machine and drier, plus all utensils. There is also a large dining room with an seating area and sofa bed, utility room and toilet.
THE FIRST FLOOR consists of two double bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, sink and large airing cupboard. and large living room complete with TV, DVD, and leather sofas for six people. From the living room there are Patio doors through to a large railed roof terrace with magnificent harbour, town and sea views. The terrace area is perfect for a BBQ with patio table and seating - and it also serves as an ideal secluded sunbathing area.
THE SECOND FLOOR Character attic double bedroom with magnificent views across the bay.
PARKING Unrestricted parking for 1 car immediately outside house in quiet cul-de-sac. (Please note that this space is not strictly allocated, although we do try to reserve it for guests of Sea View Cottage)
Cooker and Hob
Iron and Ironing Board
Cooking Utensils and Cutlery
Toaster and Kettle
Bed Lined Provided
BBC1 BBC2 ITV C4
Walking Distance to Beach
Walking Distance to Supermarket
Walking Distance to Bars&Restaurants
Walking Distance to Town Centre
Places of Interest
|From||Week (£)||Min. Rental||From|
|16 Apr 2022||900||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|28 May 2022||950||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|04 Jun 2022||900||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|25 Jun 2022||1,100||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|16 Jul 2022||1,200||5+ Nights||Flexible|
|03 Sep 2022||1,100||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|24 Sep 2022||800||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|22 Oct 2022||850||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|29 Oct 2022||700||3+ Nights||Flexible|
|17 Dec 2022||850||4+ Nights||Flexible|
Rental & Booking Information
Local Amenities Nearby
BEACH: St. Michael's Mount - 3.8 miles
RESTAURANT: Boatshed Restaurant & Cafe-Bar - 1 on location
All three of us enjoyed very much the thoughtful equipment and furniture in this very special, historical and spacious house. We liked to sit around the dining-table after kitchchen preps. We loved the comfortable "salon" with sight over the nice terrace to Penzance harbour and city, that gave us the feeling to be in the midst of real life in this environment. We could reach all practical and cultural items on foot, and we had a good restaurant quite close. We had a friendly landlord who not only gave us recommendations according to our interests, but had already turned on a warm light that received us at our arrival and made us feel at home. Thankyou, Nigel!
We were a group of four old school friends and we loved Penzance and Sea view cottage. The accommodation was just what we needed giving us a warm, clean and tidy space to get together and enough space to have some privacy too. The Balcony overlooking the harbour was both nice to look out onto from the sitting area and a good place to have evening drinks before heading out to explore the restaurants of Penzance. We enjoyed the hospitality and friendliness of the staff at the Boatshed restaurant where a 10% reduction is offered for people staying in the house. We'd have no hesitation in returning and probably will do so soon with family members. Its less than a 10 minute walk from the railway station and very convenient for Penzance town centre and the promenade.
The cottage layout works well with the sitting room on the 2nd floor which gives the best view over Penzance harbour. The bedroom I had was lovely and dark, which I prefer for a good nights sleep. Kitchen has all that is required and a large table. Penzance has a lot of places to eat in the evening and we were regulars for lunch at Hens Deli. One evening we walked to Mousehole and had very tasty fish and chips in the pub and got the bus back to Penzance which runs late even in the winter.