Barn Cottage is tucked away in a peaceful location, and is perfect for extended families or friends. It is a comfortable four-bedroomed barn conversion set over three floors, and is the largest of thirteen barns that sit in the lovely leafy manor house grounds. Barn Cottage has a courtyard area to the front, and enjoys views over open fields to the rear, as well as a large area of lawn and patio. During the months of April to October, guests have free use of the adjacent manor house facilities, including the heated indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, sauna, mini golf, café and children’s play area.
Conveniently located between St Ives and Penzance, it is ideal for exploring West Cornwall, which include the delights of Marazion; St Michaels Mount and the wide sandy beach of Mounts Bay; the quaint harbour and village of Mousehole, and the working fishing port of Newlyn. The historic town of Marazion is just over a mile away with its lovely wide, sandy beaches and stunning views towards Land’s Ends and the Lizard Peninsula. This is the perfect spot for relaxing, swimming, family fun, and is also popular with those who enjoy kite surfing, windsurfing and sailing. Visitors to Saint Michael’s Mount can admire its fairy tale castle sitting proudly on a magical island, which is accessible on foot by causeway at low tide or by small ferry boat at high tide.
The historical market town of Penzance, which nestles in the heart of Mounts Bay, is only 1½ miles away, offering plenty of traditions and a long standing history, combined with modern facilities, transport links (including links to the Isles of Scilly), pubs, restaurants and shops. St Ives, 5 miles, also offers interesting shops to browse around, along with art galleries, places to enjoy a meal out and beautiful beaches.
West Cornwall has a milder climate, making it an ideal place for a relaxing holiday at any time of the year, and is a good base from which to explore Cornwall’s many attractions. Barn Cottage is within easy reach of Land’s End, Sennen Cove and the open-air Minack Theatre, cut in to the rock face with the ocean as a backdrop. The area is popular during the summer months, and attracts storm watchers during the winter months. This is the perfect place for a wild, windy walk along a quiet stretch of beach before snuggling up in a local pub in front of an open fire. Beach 1¾ miles. Shop 1¾ miles, pub 1 mile and restaurant 2 miles.