Prices per week
from £280.00 per week off peak to £620.00
during peak periods
The bungalow is available all the
Children are welcome but sorry, no
pets and no smoking.
Changeover day is Saturday
Self Catering Holiday Bungalow, St
sleeps 4 people
- A recently refurbished, light and airy 2 bedroom bungalow
- Ideal for walkers and young families
- Sleeps 4, plus sofa bed and travel cot
- Fully equipped with modern appliances
- 2 miles from coast
- Abundance of beautiful walks on doorstep
- Set in a classic Cornish village
A 2 bedroom bungalow with bathroom, kitchen and sitting
room. The bungalow has just been renovated and refurbished throughout.
The bungalow sleeps four comfortably - one bedroom having
a double bed and the other, two single beds. There is a sofa-bed in the
sitting room if needed (the equivalent of a double bed). The bungalow
also has a small garden to the rear and views over the village.
Cleaning and all linen, except towels, are provided and
the bungalow has been fully kitted out with modern appliances (including
a dishwasher, microwave, TV, DVD and video-player) to anticipate your
Children are welcome: there is room for a cot in the main
bedroom and we have made various provisions for children, including both
a travel cot and a high chair.
The bungalow is in the village of St Keverne on the Lizard
Peninsula in South Cornwall. St Keverne is a very attractive Cornish village
with a church, butchers, village store, newsagent, post office, restaurant
and two pubs set around the village square.
St Keverne is surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline,
the sea being about 2 miles away. One of the nearest coves is Coverack,
a very picturesque fishing village with a harbour and sandy beach at low-tide.
Otherwise there are numerous beaches and coves to suit all tastes, among
them Kennack Sands and the National Trust's Kynance Cove.
There are lots to do and see in the area
saw the start of Camel Trekking on the Goonhilly Downs just outside the
village! About a 5 minute walk from the bungalow is Roskilly's Farm with
its famous Roskilly's ice cream. You can also watch the cows being milked
and the ice-cream being made, or eat at their restaurant.
Other attractions in the area, apart from the obvious abundance
of good walks, include diving for wrecks off the notorious 'Manacles'
rocks, fishing, and trips to places such as Goonhilly Earth Station, Flambards
Theme Park, and the Lizard Point (the most southerly point of the mainland
and home to Grey Seals and Choughs). Nearby, as well, are the scenic Helford
River, with its various creeks, and the National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek.
Some of the best gardens to visit lie along the Helford, including Trebah
Further afield, St Ives, Lands End, Truro and Penzance
with Mount's Bay are all easy day trips from the bungalow. Other recommended
day trips include the Eden Project near St Austell and the National Maritime
Museum at Falmouth.