Located in the coastal village of Sennen, this property is the ideal base for four guests to enjoy a seaside holiday in Cornwall. Steps to entrance. All on ground floor: Living/dining room. Kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

Wayfarers and Mariners (refs W43836 and W43837) are spacious and comfortable bungalows situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Sennen, a small coastal village at the very end of the country. Sennen has two wonderful surfing beaches of golden sand which are lifeguarded during the day throughout the summer season and are ideal for family holidays. Sennen Cove has a pretty fishing harbour and an important Lifeboat Station being situated near the treacherous waters off Land’s End and only about 30 miles from the Isles of Scilly. There is a 13th century church and some shops, cafés and pubs in the village. Wayfarers and Mariners are ideally placed on this narrow peninsula to be able to take advantage of the scenic beauty of both the north and south coasts of West Cornwall, as they are within easy reach from the properties. Tennis, golf, fishing, sea angling, pitch and put, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, bowling and spectacular coastal walks are all available within a 9-mile radius. St Just, a small rural town on the north coast, is approximately 4 miles away and is steeped in mining history. Geevor Tin Mine which is a World Heritage Centre, was the last working mine in this area and is now a very interesting museum. All around the north coast are vestiges of mining history including many old engine houses and stacks, graphic reminders of Cornwall’s rich industrial past. St Just itself also has some shops, several pubs and places to eat. The famous Minack open-air theatre is very close to Sennen, also Porthcurno and the Cable Station Museum which gives a fascinating glimpse into early worldwide telecommunications. The town of Penzance is only about 8 miles away on the south coast, where you will find plenty of shops and places to eat, together with all manner of leisure activities, including the local ferry service and helicopter link to the sub-tropical paradise of the Isles of Scilly. Coastal villages such as Mousehole, Lamorna and Marazion are situated around Mount’s Bay and picturesque St Michael’s Mount can be reached at low tide by walking across the connecting causeway or when the tide is in by small ferry boats. Beach ¼ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.