2 bed bungalow for 4 & annexe for 2/4 in prime coastal location close to beach
About Fiona Hassard
Fiona, David and various offspring live and work in Bath in the South West England. However, we have had long association with West Cornwall having spent many happy family holidays there over the last 30 years. We recently sold a property in nearby Marazion and have now been lucky enough to buy "Seawards" in Perranuthnoe, or "Perran" as it is known locally. We look forward to spending many more happy family holidays with children and grandchildren in this Cornish seaside paradise.
Fiona Hassard purchased this Bungalow in 2017
Why Fiona Hassard chose Perranuthnoe
"Seawards" is the perfect location for a seaside holiday and holds many happy memories for us of endless hours spent on Perran Beach and other local beaches over the last 30 years.
What makes this Bungalow unique
Where to start ? There are so many unique benefits: The perfect sandy beach with golden sand and gentle waves on a hot summer's day; the invigorating cliff walks along centuries old paths, through beautiful untouched coastal landscapes; Summer BBQ's on the beach or on the decking whilst admiring the red gold sunsets as the sun dips behind the hills of West Penwith; watching the spectacular winter storms with waves lashing the granite cliffs from the comfort of the sofa, warmed by the wood burning stove; wandering back up the quiet lane to Seawards after the best dinner in the local pub with the full moon lighting our way, as it reflects off the calm sea. There are so many unique benefits; please stay and you will discover these and many more for yourself.........
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:25
No pets in bedrooms No smoking property Remove Rubbish at end of stay
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
A lovely property with the most amazing views around the bay. We had two weeks of sheer joy, even the rain didn’t put us off! Hope to return again very soon.
Thank you for your review and we look forward to welcoming you again soon .
Thank you Fiona, what a lovely stay, views beautiful, clean and tidy, lovely area. We will return!
The property was great in a good position, loved the veranda to be able to sit out and look out to sea. We had everything you could ask for to make our holiday great even down to the boardgames.
A great rental with fantastic views and a perfect decking area for sundowners looking out to sea.
The views were even better than the photos! A lovely little holiday home, well equipped with easy access to the wonderful beach at Perran Sands. Being on the costal path it was perfect for walks, well located for visiting St Micheal’s mount and the other costal towns. And the sun on the deck in the evenings really made it special!
Lovely bungalow with amazing views. Very well equipped and all beds (and pillows) super comfortable. Sofas and chairs too. We were very lucky because the weather was warm and sunny most of the time, so we made full use of the decking - from morning to dusk. Lovely holiday home.
It was a really welcoming and comfortable place to spend a relaxing holiday.There was everything you wanted and the view made the holiday.
BRIEF SUMMARY OF LOCAL EXCURSIONS:
PERRANUTHNOE: has 2 cafes (one located at the top of the steps leading down to the beach) and one in the centre of the village. "The Victoria" Inn, one of
Cornwall's oldest pubs, serves delicious food and drink located in the heart of the village, just a short walk from the property as is the ancient church of St Piran .There are also craft and art galleries with displays from many talented local artists.
MARAZION: 2 miles away is the ancient town of Marazion , dominated by the famous "St Michael"s Mount" open to the public and run by the National Trust. From the centre of the town the cobbled causeway leads to the The Mount at low tide or at high tide you can take "a hobbler" (a small water taxi which will ferry you across). The town also has local cafes, pubs, restaurants, local shops, and galleries .
PENZANCE: The larger town of Penzance is 5 miles away has 3 supermarkets, several restaurants, shops, cinema and regular ferry crossings to the Isles of Scilly and mainline station to London Paddington and elsewhere.
PORTHLEVEN: 6 miles away is a delightful traditional Cornish fishing village with enclosed harbour, providing a safe haven from many winter storms. Increasingly Porthleven is becoming home to many well known restaurants and now hosts the "Taste of Cornwall" food and drink festival in...................
ST IVES: 5 miles away is picturesque St Ives with it's harbour, beaches and well known "Tate Gallery" and many other galleries including the Barbara Hepworth Sculptor Garden display works from many famous artists, sculptors and potters is also a short drive.
NEWLYN: 6 miles, is home to the the largest commercial fishing fleet in the South West but also has interesting pubs, galleries and a new art house Cinema and
MOUSEHOLE: 7 miles away is the prettiest harbour in the area with narrow streets and small cottages framing the tiny harbour providing a safe haven for small boats. It is famous for its Christmas Lights and the legend of "The Mousehole Cat" and has several good pubs and restaurants.
MINACK THEATRE: 10 miles; this famous outdoor theatre is hewn from the dramatic granite cliffs above Porthcurno beach and is well worth visiting for a production or just to admire its creation.
LAND"S END: 15 miles away is the most westerly point in the British Isles
FANTASTIC UNRIVALLED SANDY BEACHES FOR ALL AGES ALL WITHIN 30 MINUTES DRIVE:
SOUTH COAST: Perranuthnoe, Marazion, Praa Sands, Prussia Cove, Keneggy, Porthcurno, Pedn Vounder
WEST COAST: Whitesands Bay (Sennen and Gwenver)
NORTH COAST: ST Ives Beaches, Carbis Bay, Hale, Gwithian Towans, Godrevy
WATERSPORTS: Windsurfing, kite surfing, body boarding, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, coasteering all available at various local centres and beaches within
30 minute drive. Usually possible to rent equipment including wet suits.
WALKING: from your doorstep directly onto the Cornish Coastal Path which forms part of The South West Coastal Path
CYCLING: Numerous rides flat and hilly including several off-road routes.
GARDENS: This part of Cornwall with its mild frost free climate has a wealth exquisite and unusual gardens to visit including: Trengwainton,
Trewithen, Tremenneere Sculptor Garden, Godophin House and Garden to name a few local ones.
GOLF: At Lelant (West Cornwall Golf Club) St Just (Cape Cornwall Golf Club) Praa Sands Holiday Village Golf Club, Mullion Golf Club on the Lizard all