House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
No. 5 Gladstone Terrace is a beautifully presented four stourey family home in central longrock. It has been transformed during the last five years and now shown in a stylish contemporary manner of great appeal to today's holidayer. The property is arranged over four levels with a stunning kitchen / diner at lower ground floor that opens to the garden. With a generous sitting room, two first floor bedrooms and beautiful bathroom plus a magnificent master bedroom in the roof void.
Well furnished, the accomodation comprises of:
Lounge on the middle floor with Television and sofa.
Three bedrooms, one large bedroom in the roof space with amazing views over Mounts Bay, second double bedroom with a double bed and the third a single room with bunk beds on the second upper floor.
Downstairs is a large modern kitchen, fully fitted with a dining area, leading out the garden area.
Travel cot and stair gate available on request.
During busy holiday periods our change over days are Friday's. You may check in to Gladstone Terrace at 3.30pm and check out time is 10.30am.
Owners are on call 24 hours a day and there is the option for guests staying two weeks to have their linen and towels changed and the cottage cleaned half way through the stay. All linen and towels (not beach) are provided.
As with majority of the properties in Cornwall there's unfortunately no parking. However there is safe street parking directly outside the property.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 61.3 km, Nearest railway: Penzance 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Safe|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The West Country region
Visit West Cornwall, the end of the land, with its ancient heritage and remarkable rock formations. You can't help but feel a sense of awe and wonder at the fascinating landscapes and coastal views from the famous bustling town of St Ives to the unspoilt wilds of the Lizard Peninsula.
Cornwall has a rich smuggling and wrecking history with tales of murder and deception. Along this coastline you can enjoy a Cornish ale or cider where smugglers once gathered or head out along the coastline to explore the caves that hid their contraband.
For an alternative experience visit the Minack Theatre, carved into the coastal cliff overlooking the glorious Atlantic Ocean. Exposed to the elements, it will be a moment of your life you'll never forget. The charms of the sea tempt a distracted glance from even the most gripping performance.
St Ives, well known for its brightness and clarity of atmosphere, even on a cloudy day has artist's flocking to the area to capture this beautiful town in watercolour and oils. Explore the many giftshops, galleries and great restaurants located throughout the cobbled streets.
For a great day trip stroll across the causeway or hop on a ferry to discover the medieval castle that is St Michaels Mount.
As has been the same for hundreds of year's fisherman still head out to sea daily from sheltered harbours of Mousehole and Mullion into the unpredictable seas of the English Channel and return back home with boats laden full of fresh fish to sell to the local restaurants.
Longrock is Midway between Marazion and Penzance, it's connected to both towns by the coastal footpath and enjoys proximity to the superb West End beach at Marazion and enjoys an outlook towards St Michael's Mount. There are local shops, pubs, post office etc. The Mainline railway station is approximately a mile away and the A30 trunk road is accessed 0.5 miles and connects to the motorway network. This is a popular location of immense appeal to both residents and holiday visitors alike.
Marazion is the oldest chartered town in Britain having been granted this status by King Henry III in 1257. Today, it is a small, peaceful town facing onto one of the most beautiful wide stretches of safe sandy beach in all of West Cornwall. Mount's Bay has recently been elected to 'The Most Beautiful Bays in the World' club, the prestigious worldwide association which also includes Cape Cod and San Francisco Bay in the USA, Paria Bay, Venezuela and Santorini Bay in Greece.It is praise that is richly deserved by this vast stretch of glittering water and its spectacular coastline that runs in a great arc from Land's End to Lizard Point. A bustling little resort, you will find quaint narrow streets and a variety of fascinating shops however the entire area is dominated by its dramatic neighbour, the island of St Michael's Mount. Located some three miles east of Penzance, the mount is one of the iconic treasures of Cornwall. Set on an island just off shore, this fairy tale castle is now owned by the National Trust and has for centuries been the home of the St Aubyn family. Originally, a Benedictine Priory, the island served as a major port in earlier times and is thought to be the island of "Ictis" which was the centre for the export of Cornish tin and copper to the Greeks and Romans in pre-historic times. Today, the Island and Castle are open to the public every weekday and most weekends during the summer and on a limited basis during the winter.This mystical island has a church, a medieval castle, an exotic garden clinging to the steep flanks, and an ancient harbour where you will find a myriad of shops and restaurants. Visitors can access the Mount either by an ancient causeway at low tide or by passenger ferry at high tide. Between Penzance and Marazion lies the Marazion Marshes, an area of water and reed-beds which is a magnet for wild birds, particularly during the autumn migratory period and a very popular destination for birdwatchers. Marazion retains its strong traditions as an ancient market town and its fascinating past is brought to life at a local museum situated at the Town Hall. Marazion is noted for its antique shops, art and craft galleries and for its traditional pubs and restaurants
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