Trevorrow House is situated in historic fishing village of Newlyn. There is a pleasant, level walk to Penzance past the harbour and promenade and the sea is only seconds away.
Newlyn is a busy working fishing port which has retained its character and charm. The fish market is at its most active early in the morning, and the harbour is always filled with boats.
Trevorrow House is almost adjacent to the Newlyn Art Gallery. Opposite is the famous Jelbert’s home-made ice cream shop (try the ice cream with clotted cream). Everything you need is nearby: baker, butcher, pasty shop, fish and chip shop, pizza and other restaurants, the Newlyn Meadery (a very popular family eating experience!), chemist, small co-op, pubs, art galleries - and of course plenty of fresh fish!
Trevorrow House was built in the 19th century and has been completely renovated to a high standard to comfortably accommodate up to 5 adults. There are 3 bedrooms; two double (one with en-suite WC and shower) and one single, and a bathroom with WC, bath and shower.
Downstairs, the kitchen-dining room is beautifully presented, with built in dishwasher, washer-drier, fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, ample cupboard space and work surfaces and a comprehensive range of equipment and utensils. There is seating for 6, plus a high chair. In the lounge, there is a television, CD/DVD player and video, and plenty of toys and games. There are also leaflets and local interest books in the house.
Outside, there is a small pebbled garden to the front, with a modest parking space to the side.