- Walking down to Porth Nanven Cove for a pre-breakfast swim.
- A lazy lunch on the sunny terrace surrounded by glorious greenery.
- A wintery coast path walk followed by fireside pub grub at the Gurnard’s Head.
- An evening performance under the stars at the nearby Minack Theatre.
Architect designed, the interior is fresh, stylish and filled with light. Overlooking the terrace and little stream, the open plan living space is calm and serene with cool white décor. Beside it the immaculate bedroom has a pocket sprung memory foam bed, crisp linen, fluffy towels and bathrobes. It really is pint sized perfection.
Beside a bubbling stream which runs down to the cove, the sunny terrace is a great spot for breakfast, morning coffee or relaxing with a good book. The National Trust owned Architectural Heritage Site opposite and surrounding greenery create an incredible backdrop.
With just a handful of houses, the lush sub-tropical Cot Valley is a well-kept secret. At the bottom of the lane, just ten minutes’ walk away, the pebbly but pretty Porth Nanven Cove is famous for its glacial white boulders. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and also a Site of Special Scientific Interest, this is no bucket and spade destination.Just up the road, St Just is a friendly little town with pubs, cafes and delicatessens as well as several art galleries including Kurt Jackson's Jackson Foundation. Nearby gastro pubs for foodies include The Gurnard’s Head at Zennor, The Old Coastguard at Mousehole as well as The Beach Restaurant at Sennen.