Bayview Cottage Penzance
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Bayview Cottage is a luxury charming modern 3 bedroom detached cottage located in a sought after area of Penzance.A hop skip and jump from wonderful beaches, galleries and restaurants.It provides a perfect base for exploring the lovely costal footpaths and surrounding countryside.Family's or groups up to six wishing to visit the magical South West Coast whether you want space for a family holiday, a romantic retreat, some “me” time or an active break,surfing trip through to a winter break .Bayview offers a stylish retreat with an emphasis on relaxation.Bayview has a delightful balcony for alfresco dining which looks out over the bay.Penzance is a good base for exploring Lands End the Lizard Peninsula, St Michaels Mount and the old fishing ports Newlyn and Mousehole.Sea views across the bay and harbour, a short walk from the town centre, bus & railway station. Setting the scene- From sun trapped decked area you can see St Michaels Mount. With miles of coastal walks and breath taking scenery on your door step.Watch out for the dolphins swimming in the bay.Welcome pack on arrival.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Penzance 0.1km 100 m|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 52 km, Nearest railway: Penzance 100 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Single beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Bayview Cottage has 3 bedrooms ,one Kingsize with en suite, another Kingsize and one room with triple bunk beds.All the Bedrooms are on the ground floor.It has a open plan livens space with kitchen dining table and lounge with french doors leading out on to the decked area on the first floor looking out over the Bay.Bayview Cottage makes a great get away any time of the year.First floorLiving Area• Breath taking sea view from the decked balcony on the first floor looking over the Bay and St Michaels Mount• French doors leading to the sun trapped decked area with a rattan sofa & wooden built in bench• A spacious open-plan living and dining area • Entertainment is provided by a 42" Plasma TV inc. Free view, DVD player (good selection of DVDs) and Playstation 3 (and PS3 games for use) BOSE iPod SoundDock Digital Music System.• Two sofa's & one reclining chair with foot stall• Complimentary wireless internet. (Computer not supplied).• Selection of board games, library of books, maps and information on the local area.Kitchen Information• A very well equipped fully fitted kitchen.• Appliances include ceramic hob with fan assisted oven• fridge, freezer,• Dishwasher and microwave.Dining Areas• Large table and six chairs• 2x Baby high chair• Music centre with a selection of CD's• A selection of books and board games are also available for guests• Baby stair gatesSleeping Information on all the ground floorMaster Bedroom with en-suite• King size leather bed,• 2 oak bedside cabinets both with lamps.• Double wardrobe with wooden coat hangers• •Hair dryer• En-suite bathroom comprising Triton shower, wash basin, w.c. and bath.• Full length dressing mirror. Dressing table mirror• Bath towel & hand towels • Travel cot available, * We request that guests provide their own cot bedding please *Second Bedroom • King-size leather bed • Bedside cabinets with lamp.• Double wardrobe with wooden coat hangers•TV/DVD & free view channels• Hair dryer• Full length dressing mirror• Bath towel & hand towels • French doors leading to secure court yard garden, Which is a great place to enjoy your morning coffee watching the sunrise or set. Bedroom Three• Triple bunk bed Double on the bottom and a single on the top• Draws under the bed for your clothes• Bedside cabinet with lamp.• Bath towel & hand towels .hairdryer Bathroom• Walk in shower with Mira shower• WC• Oak wash hand basin set in granite work top.• Heated towel rail• MirrorIntegrated Garage• Great place to store your surf boards and wet suits• Washing machine • Ironing board & ironThe integrated garage at the property can not accommodate a car. We always manage to park in the road near to the cottage. We've always managed to find a space nearby and it's very safe.
|Further details outdoors|
Secure enclosed garden where you can enjoy watching the sun go down with a glass of wine, or enjoy waking up to the sunrise with your morning coffee.Has a retractable washing line in the garden.Breath taking sea view from the decked balcony on the first floor,Corner outdoor sofa,
The rental period shall commence at 2.30 pm on the first day Sat and finish at 10.00am on the last day.Sat change over.Welcome pack on arrival (cream teas)Heating , Gas & Electric all inc.Bed Linen (except cot linen) inc.Bath & hand towel inc.Kitchen essentials (i.e cleaning cloths,toilet roll,kitchen roll, tea towels etc)Tesco & Morrisons is just up the road. But if you dont fancy shopping, you can order on line from Tesco to deliver your shopping to the cottage.
Well behaved pets are welcome, please contact us before making a booking where an additional charge of £25.00 per dog will need to be added to your booking.
We ask that under no circumstances that your pet is left alone in the cottage unattended.
Damage deposit £150.00 ,returned by Holiday Lettings after satisfactory cottage inspection.
The Cornwall region
Surround yourself with blue seas, sandy beaches, friendly people, beautiful countryside, history and a thousand and one things to do. Visit West Cornwall, it has everything you'll need in a holiday.
For lovers of the great outdoors, this area is a paradise. Love beach life, then you're in the right place. West Cornwall has been blessed with both a North and South Coast, providing a wealth of different beaches, crystal clear blue waters, golden sands and vast skies. You'll find one perfect for whatever you're into, whether it be surfing, swimming, strolling along or simply just lazing and enjoying the sweet fresh Atlantic air.
Inland, you'll discover an enormous network of footpaths which pass through picturesque villages, bosky woodlands and tiny hamlets. The South West Coastal Footpath, for example, takes you along 130 miles of total cliff-top splendour. In West Cornwall you can enjoy many officially-designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a host of public footpaths that make it a walker's paradise.
The area is also a treasure house of landmarks from prehistory and, more recently, the industrial revolution. From Cape to the eastern most part of the region, you'll find unmissable World Heritage Sites which preserve the haunting remains of tin mining workings.
And you'll never be short of things to do, the whole area is a cultural hotspot, awash with art galleries showing the creativity of the region and beyond. West Cornwall also offers music events and festivals and a host of restaurants with many styles, utilising the area's quality local produce.
Cycling, sailing, riding, golf, climbing or just walking through some of the most glorious landscapes in the World are just a few of the more lively activities available.
As well as the large surfing and water facilities all around, Penzance includes a working harbour, the nearby fishing villages of Newlyn and Mousehole. St. Ives includes The Tate Gallery as well as many other artist galleries. The Eden Project can be visited within an hours drive and the Minack Theatre with its fantastic views of Porthcurno Beach is just 20 minutes drive away.
Viking Charters Offers a range of trips to suit all peoples requirements.Arrange from a 2 hour family trip, designed for families, new anglers and those who want a different activity to try on holiday
Penzance golf course open: daily, dawn to dusk
Penzance is situated in the West of Cornwall facing South across Mount's Bay and is only a stones throw away from Lands End.
The Outer harbour at Penzance is filled with yachts and pleasure boats whilst in the Inner harbour other vessels busily load and unload their goods.
Penzance boasts a wide variety of shops in its large shopping town. Most high street names can be found at Penzance as well as a variety of Cornish gift shops.
The view across Mounts Bay to St Michael's Mount (an island castle) is truly stunning - at low tide you can walk to St Michael's Mount from Marazion - a fleet of small ferries take you across to St Michael's Mount at other times.
Penzance has a wide variety of pubs and clubs to allow you to relax throughout the day and late into the night.
Other nearby interests include St Michael's Mount in Marazion, National Trust Gardens in Trereife, Trengwainton and Trewidden, Levant Tin Mine at Pendeen, The Barbara Hepworth Museum in St. Ives and Flambards in Helson amongst others.
Local activities include trips to Seal Island, Horse Riding, Bird-Watching and stunning walks, all within a short distance.
Skate Park, football pitch, children’s play park and good dog walking park (turn right out of the cottage 300 meters at the top of the hill.
National Lighthouse Museum Wharf Road, Penzance
Castle on St. Michael's Mount
Minack Theatre Porthcurno, Penzance 10 miles
Penlee House Gallery & Museum Morrab Road, Penzance
Trengwainton Garden Madron, near Penzance
The Egyptian House Chapel St., Penzance
Jubilee Pool the Promenade (outdoor pool)
Sea Safari Primrose Ho, Sennen Cove, Penzance
Marine Discovery Albert pier, Penzance
Lands end 11 miles away
St Ives lovely town to visit 7.5 miles good surfing (you can get a bus or train to here)
Marazion 3 miles can walk or bus available. (Great beach and bakery & restaurants) there is small children’s play park next to the beach
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14 Sep 2011
"Wonderful place to stay with everything you could possibly need!"
We stayed at Bayview Cottage for the first week of September, there were 4 adults, a toddler and a baby. We loved the cottage, it is decorated very well and the furnishings are top quality and very comfortable. The cream tea welcome pack was much appreciated after a long journey from London! The little touches like fresh flowers and soap samples from a local shop were lovely. The location is excellent and we found plenty to do, even in the cloudy weather! We visited (and hired wetsuits/body boards from) Sennen Cove, admired the views from Porthcurno beach, had a look around the Minack Theatre, stopped at Land's End, had a look around Penzance harbor, promenade and shops and caught a small ferry over to St Michael's Mount. The only issue we had was with a neighbor who didn't like us parking at the bottom of the hill and we suspect that he broke the windscreen wipers on our car because we wouldn't park elsewhere (there were no signs or yellow lines to say we couldn't park there). We parked at the top of the hill (and sometimes down the next road) so he wouldn't do anything else to our vehicles!! We enjoyed our holiday and loved Bayview Cottage!
We're glad you had a nice holiday and really appreciate your positive comments. It's a shame you had negative experience with the parking. It's best advised not to park at the bottom of road at the entrance to Britons Hill as this restricts traffic potentially and it's a blind corner. Parking is recommended on the right hand side of the road (as you go up the hill). Thanks again and we hope you come back to visit in the future ;-)
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