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Cove View Sennen
Built into the cliffside, high above Sennen Cove, this stunning crescent-shaped, glass-fronted apartment boasts one of the most spectacular views in Cornwall. Cove View, with its contemporary seaside themed decor offers very comfortable accommodation throughout, with the bonus of a private decked area, where you can just sit and relax. Guests can take a small path to the side of the property that leads down to the cove where you will find The Old Success Inn, cafes and shops and the stunning Whitesands beach.
A thirty minute walk along the cliffs via the South West Coastal path with it's amazing scenery which runs just behind the apartment and you reach Land's End, where you enjoy the many attractions including feeding the farmyard animals, shops, working galleries or the Lands End Hotel for a cream tea or spot of lunch.
via steep steps down to large decking area.
open plan living space, panoramic views, dining table, chairs, sofa, two armchairs, TV/DVD.
sofa, sliding glazed door leading out onto the decking.
fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, ceramic hob, electric oven.
twin beds (can be made as super king on request), sea views.
bath, shower cubicle, basin, WC.
super king size bed, sea views, shower room, basin, WC.
private decking area with garden furniture, communal garden area.
parking for two cars (one on top of the hill), steep access makes the property unsuitable for guests with limited mobility, children must be supervised at all times on the decking area, short breaks available.
Cove View Sennen
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Price Band: 17 1 Jan - 6 Feb 480 13 February 498 20 Feb - 19 Mar 480 26 Mar - 2 Apr 726 9 Apr - 30 Apr 522 7 May - 21 May 750 28 May 1017 4 Jun - 11 Jun 957 18 Jun - 25 Jun 1029 2 July 1128 9 July 1182 16 July 1203 23 Jul - 20 Aug 1368 27 August 1095 3 Sep - 10 Sep 855 17 September 828 24 Sep - 15 Oct 630 22 October 735 29 Oct - 10 Dec 480 17 December 873 24 Dec - 31 Dec 1089
Cove View Sennen
Sennen is one of the most beautiful, unspoilt areas of Cornwall, famous for its unique location and beauty. Sennen is one of Cornwall's most popular surf spots, and its rugged scenery and many coves provide the perfect place to explore on a self catering holiday.
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Sennen is the most westerly parish in the UK, nestled between Cape Cornwall and Land's End. Part of the village; the mediaeval church of St. Sennen with its low granite tower, the school, and the First & Last Inn are at the top of the cliff; with some older cottages 300 feet below by the quay, along with the Old Success, a seventeenth-century inn.
Sennen Cove is still a fishing village and home of Sennen Lifeboat. Established in 1853, The Royal National Lifeboat Institution`s Sennen Cove Station is situated just one mile northeast of Land’s End.
If you want to spot a bit of wildlife during your holiday in Sennen, basking sharks and dolphins are a common sight off the coast of Sennen. Join our friends in the water and head to Sennen Cove which is renowned for its great surf and friendly atmosphere. Or take a drive to Gwenver Beach, less than a mile from Sennen Cove and watch the sunset - a truly spectacular sight. Read more about Sennen holidays and Gwenver beach on our blog post about Sandy beaches in West Cornwall.
Sennen is a prime location for surfing in Cornwall. With swell coming in from the Atlantic, the surf is good all year round and can be better than the more crowded surfing destinations such as Newquay. With two surf schools based at Sennen you'll be in good hands when it comes to learning the ropes. Read more about Surfing in Sennen on our blog.
Beaches & Coastal Walks
Take a walk along the coast from Land's End to the beautiful and hidden Nanjizel beach; one of Cornwall's most spectacular beaches. Porthcurno is also only a short drive away with its beautiful beaches and the breathtaking Minack Theatre, showing regular outdoor performances throughout the summer months.
South from Sennen Cove you can walk the coastal path to Land’s End. Just over a mile as the chough flies, but all along the south-west coastal path you must allow for the uphill stretches and twisty bits of headland which make the walks longer.
Whitesand Bay, white as the name suggests, stretches northwards from Sennen Cove to Gwynver beach. Gwynver is accessible from Whitesand at low tide; and down steep steps from Trevedra Cliff at high tide. On New Year’s Day it’s become a bit of a tradition for hardy folk to jump into the Whitesand waves for a swim. The south-west coastal footpath runs along Whitesand behind the dunes. No dogs are allowed on the beach between Easter and the 1st October.
Although it feels tucked away in the far west, Sennen self catering holidays are perfect for exploring West Penwith. Read about the history of West Penwith on our blog or visit www.sennen-cove.com for more info.
Things to do near Sennen
Roundhouse & Capstan Gallery
A unique circular gallery and converted netloft. It was originally used for housing a winch to haul boats up from the beach. Visit www.round-house.co.uk for more info.
The iconic Longships Lighthouse sits on Carn Bras, the biggest in a ribbon of jagged rocks just offshore. It appears curiously tall when seen from the road approaching Land's End. Just for a moment Longships seems to have landed at the holiday complex but it's all an illusion of topography. The galleon and helicopter might be set in cement in Land’s End square but the lighthouse is exactly where it should be, a mile off shore.
Sennen Church is about a mile from the Land’s End Visitor Centre, where you can find Land’s End Hotel & restaurant, First & Last House, shops, cafe, exhibitions. It is famed for the signpost, at which you can have your photograph taken as one arm says Land’ End and the other your home town. There are weekly firework displays, special events and family entertainment. The best approach to the complex is via the coastal path, the sea views are magnificent. On an overcast day the visitor centre has much to occupy children.
Apple Tree Cafe, Trevescan
When self catering in Sennen, a place not to be missed is The Apple Tree Cafe at Trevescan, a left turn just before Land’s End. Home of Nick’s delicious home-made bread. It’s family friendly, amazing cakes, tea garden. A perfect place to meet before walking or after walking or probably before and after.
From the Apple Tree Cafe, you can walk into Land’s End; you can walk across the fields to the coastal path. All you need is the O/S Pathfinder or O/S Explorer 7 (Land’s End, Penzance and St Ives). If you can find one, get a copy of a book called ‘West of HayleRiver’ by Gerald and Sylvia Priestland. It is brim-full of walks, pictures and information about places and legends across the whole of West Penwith. Visit www.theappletreecafe.co.uk for more info.
Every Tuesday, Sennen holds its very own farmers' market, perfect for stocking up on local produce when staying in a self catering cottage. Find out more on our blog: The Best Farmers’ Markets in West Cornwall
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