Traditional 18th century cottage
A stone’s throw from the South West Coast Path and the sandy beaches of Sennen Cove and Gwenver the quaint white-washed Rosemary Cottage warmly welcomes visitors. Its slatted wooden gate opens on to the pretty front garden, as the picture-book aspect of the cottage entices you to enter.
Open the front door and step into a rustic garden room – a fairy-tale stone grotto sparsely furnished with a shabby chic bench and table. There’s plenty of room for piling up surfboards and storing wetsuits and holiday paraphernalia. Here you’ll find a stained-glass panelled front door leading straight into a comfortable, light, bright living room with its original beams and rough granite walls.
Settle in to the living room on chilly evenings in front of the multi-fuel stove in its large stone fireplace, turn on the TV or put your feet up with a good book. Step through a gothic oak door into the second reception room and you’ll find another fireplace dominating a delightful dining and sitting area, perfect for gathering the family round the table to linger over a tasty meal.
Even if you’re not inclined to do much cooking on your holiday, you’ll probably not be able to resist the well-equipped farmhouse kitchen with its fitted units, tiled floor, rangemaster cooker, dishwasher and stable door – and if you’re a keen cook you’ll be in seventh heaven! If all else fails there’s always the enclosed rear courtyard just crying out for a barbecue.
And so to bed: carpeted stairs lead up to three quintessentially cottagey bedrooms, with pristine white walls and sloping ceilings – two double bedrooms looking out to sea views in the front, and a third with two single beds at the rear. The bedrooms share a clean, neat family bathroom with a hand shower over the bath.
Sleeps six with three bedrooms
All year round stays including short breaks
With plenty of reasons to stay with us at Rosemary Cottage. View our pricing for more information on weekly, fornightly and seasonal rates. You won’t be disappointed.