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Trenow Cottage
Perranuthnoe

£418 - £1099 per week
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Sweltering sunny days, wave jumping in shallow waters, and toe-dipping in the golden sands on a balmy sundowner evening; Trenow Cottage is located just a few minutes' walk away from the sweeping sand of Perranuthnoe Beach. Sleeping four, with parking, Trenow Cottage makes long, lazy beach days simple for all the family, or a group of friends who wish to spend endless, summer days soaking up the sunshine or surfing the sometimes spectacular south coast swell. Enjoy a perfect conclusion to a summer's day, watching the symphony of colours as the sun sets over the ocean, before strolling back to this delightful cottage, in the heart of the coastal village of Perranuthnoe. Gather a medley of ingredients, from the nearby farm shop, and craft a home-cooked supper in the spacious kitchen, as you gather for an evening together, making plans for the next day's adventures. On the cooler evenings, hunker down in front of the amber flames of the woodburner with a glass of your favourite tipple in hand. When bedtime beckons, a restful night's sleep will await you within the cool, crisp linens, in the most comfortable beds. As dawn breaks in the winter months before the trees start to bloom, catch a glimpse of the sunrise over the sea through the trees from both the bedrooms, before a refreshing start to the day under the rainfall shower.

Enjoy homemade lunches or cool down, Cornish ice cream at The Cabin, just steps from the beach. For a hearty breakfast, tasty lunch or an afternoon treat of Cornish coffee with delicious homemade cake, the Peppercorn Cafe is a short stroll from the cottage. The Victoria Inn is just a few steps away and is a perfect choice for dining out, serving award-winning food, fine wine, local ales and Cornish cider. Ideally located for keen ramblers, Perranuthnoe is perfectly positioned for such glorious coastal walks; you will be spoilt for choice. Take the path leading to neighbouring Marazion, just over a mile away, with the most breath-taking views of St Michael's Mount that you will never forget. Head in the other direction to Prussia Cove to spot of an occasional seal or go further to the long stretch of beach at Praa Sands, which is perfect for surfing too. The picturesque harbour of Porthleven is a short drive away and whether it's simply a Cornish ice cream overlooking the harbour or fine dining in the several restaurants you desire, you don't have to travel too far. Trenow Cottage has a special home from home feel and with all the special memories you will make, you will want to return year after year.

Entrance

via rear door into hallway with door to the front outside area, and doors leading to:

Cloakroom

WC, basin.

Sitting room

sofa, two chairs, woodburner, TV, DVD player, stairs to first floor.

Kitchen/dining room

dining table and six dining chairs, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer. Stairs from sitting room to first floor landing and doors to:

Bedroom 1

zip and link beds (superking or twin), two chairs, sea glimpses.

Shower room

rainfall shower, WC, basin.

Bedroom 2

king size bed, sea glimpses.

Outside area

via three steps from entrance hall, picnic bench and table.

Additional information

electric heating, parking for one car next to the property, WiFi.

 
 

This is a lovely well-equipped cottage with a useful parking space just outside. It is in a great location, really nice village and beautiful beach. Very nice art and craft shops in the village and we enjoyed our visits to the cafe overlooking the beach and sea. Lovely walks in both directions along the coast path with wonderful views, especially over towards St Michael's Mount. Would definitely recommend and hope to return.

June 2022

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Holidays in Perranuthnoe

Just a stone's throw from the stunning St Michael's Mount, Perranuthnoe is the neighbouring village to the old market town of Marazion. With a beautiful beach, and rocky headlands with many coves and rock pools to explore, Perranuthnoe is the perfect place to relax in a peaceful area of Cornwall.

Located in Mount's Bay, Perranuthnoe is perfect for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy the serenity that Cornwall has to offer. Described as a countryside village by the sea, Peranuthnoe is secluded enough to ensure a peaceful stay, but close enough to the bustling town of Marazion if you fancy a more lively atmosphere. With the Lizard Peninsula within easy reach, Perranuthnoe is perfect for walking holidays and exploring the rugged coastline.

Did you know...

when the conditions are right, Perranuthnoe is a great place to surf!

Things to do in Perranuthnoe

Dating back to the 12th century, Perranuthnoe's village pub named the 'Victoria Inn' is thought to be the oldest recorded Inn in Cornwall. Full of charm and character, this award winning pub is well worth a visit.

A short walk from the pub is the picturesque Perranuthnoe Church, which is dedicated to Cornwall's patron saint, St Piran. The church stands on the site of a former church dating back to 1160, and includes features from the original church, such as a Norman font.

Perranuthnoe beach, (also known as Perran Sands) offers good surfing when the conditions are right, and is ideal for beach-goers with its golden sands, cafe and car park. Be sure to visit at low tide however as there is very little left of the beach when the tide comes in! The Cabin Cafe offers stunning views and is featured in our blog: The best beach-front cafes in West Cornwall.

A popular fishing spot, even at low tide, Perranuthnoe is a favoured spot with the locals for seabass and dogfish.

The 'Village Crafts' centre located in a converted barn in the heart of the village offers an extensive range of local artwork, crafts, gifts, jewellery, and country clothing. 

The Perranuthnoe Circular walk follows part of the South West Coast Path, which offers great views of St Michael's Mount, before cutting inland and back to Perranuthnoe via fields and villages.

The nearby Prussia Cove is a small and secluded rocky cove, surrounded by organic farmland and woodland has a famous history of smuggling!

What our guests say...

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This is a lovely well-equipped cottage with a useful parking space just outside. It is in a great location, really nice village and beautiful beach. Very nice art and craft shops in the village and we enjoyed our visits to the cafe overlooking the beach and sea. Lovely walks in both directions along the coast path with wonderful views, especially over towards St Michael's Mount. Would definitely recommend and hope to return.