Sennen Cove View (sleeps 4), Sennen Cove
- Sennen Cove ,
- West Cornwall
- Beach / Coastal |
- Holiday Home |
- Sea Views
About Sennen Cove View (sleeps 4), Sennen Cove
Sennen Cove View is a luxury self-catering apartment in Sennen Cove. This large, bright and spacious apartment is decorated in seaside colours with a huge private terrace giving spectacular all-season panoramic sea views.
What we love
- Close to beach just a short walk way
- Incredible sea views from the large outdoor decking area and the floor to ceiling windows in the lounge
- Private location extremely relaxing and quiet
- Private car parking
- 4 poster king size bed in the master bedroom with sea views
- Luxury bathroom
- Master bedroom provides a King size four poster bed, ensuite and amazing sea views overlooking the sea over toward Cape Cornwall.
- Second bedroom can be a twin or a double made to your preference overlooking the bay.
- Main bathroom with separate luxurious freestanding bath and oversized rain head shower.
- Living and dining room with Smart TV, DVD and Wii console.
- Comfy lounge area boasting floor to ceiling windows so you can take in the view from every angle – a pair on binoculars available to get a closer look!
- Snug reading area with comfy chairs just off the kitchen.
Sennen Cove View does not accept dogs.
Steep access makes Sennen Cove View unsuitable for people with limited mobility.
Your holiday needs to start on a Saturday as this their changeover day.
A 3 minute walk down from the converted apartment takes you into the heart of the charming fishing village of Sennen Cove. Here you can enjoy delicious homemade cake in the fabulous cafe, or an ice-cream from the parlour. Why not try the restaurant or the Old Success pub serving locally sourced food or just quietly view the Cornish art in the galleries? It’s all right on your doorstep, along with many other village amenities.
Whitesands Bay – the beach your private terrace overlooks!
Porthcurno Beach – delightful sandy beach beside the Minack (make sure you take a picnic as there is no cafe on the beach)
Porthchapel Beach – a private, secluded and sandy beach
Pedn Vounder Beach
Porthmeor & Porthminster Beaches (St. Ives)
If you like to experience the hustle and bustle of Cornwall life (combined with restaurants and art galleries) then head to St. Ives – just a 35-minute drive or take the scenic branch-line train from Lelant Saltings for wonderful view across the estuary and coast.
Just a 20-minute drive will take you to Penzance where you will find all the high street names, alongside unique shops selling Cornish gifts and produce. Penzance Station is on the main railway line from London.
A 25-minute drive takes you to this fishing village where you will find restaurants, art galleries and the home of the famous Mousehole Christmas Lights.
St Michael’s Mount
St. Michael’s Mount is a historic part of Cornish culture, boasting fabulous gardens and a castle to explore.
A short 10-minute drive (or 30-minute walk along the South West Coast Path) will take you to the most westerly point in Great Britain – the famous Land’s End with activities for all the family.
Nearby things to do
Stunning coastal walks, especially towards Land’s End
Surfing at Sennen
A hugely popular surfing location with two surfing schools.
A weekly market hosted on a Tuesday morning, 9.30 – 12.30. Fantastic local produce, local artists, crafts and a cafe. Well worth a visit and a great place to take a bit of Sennen home with you!
Just a 3-minute walk down to the quay from Sennen Cove View apartment is the Roundhouse Gallery selling all sorts of wonderful art. There are many more galleries in the nearby towns of Penzance and St. Ives.
Sennen Lifeboat Station
Sennen is lucky enough to have its very own Lifeboat Station hosting two lifeboats. The station is open to viewing and has a small shop with proceeds going to support the RNLI.
Perched above the sea, the Minack Theatre is a 15-minute drive from Sennen Cove View apartment. This unique theatre is built into the stone of the cliff and hosts wonderful productions all year round and overlooks Porthcurno beach, one of the most stunning beaches in Cornwall.
A 20 minute journey into Penzance and you can find the historic outdoor pool boasting a geothermal pool – this is a naturally heated sea pool that reaches temperatures of up to 35 degrees – nice and toasty!