Belmont House

Situated on the stunning Penwith Heritage Coast, rich in Cornish legend and mining history, and with superb walks with spectacular coastal scenery.

Nestled in the heart of the village of St Buryan renown for its great Cornish community spirit. Belmont House is a fine Grade II listed period property with a fascinating past. Perfect for couples looking for a comfortable holiday property all year round and just a short stroll to the local pub serving great food and local ales, village store and church. It is equally appealing to families or friends looking for a comfortable base to explore some of Cornwall’s finest beaches, coves and coastal villages, and has a yard where bikes and surf boards can be stored. Belmont House adjoins a small cottage and is a fine example of a quality Cornish former gentleman’s residence manor house and listed in the coaching journal circa 18th century, as the Kings Arms Coaching Inn. It is also on record as a former Deanery, with history as far back as 1200 the time of King John, and believed to be the site of a college of priests. The magnificent large inglenook fireplace in the living room dates back to medieval times and has a corbelled bread oven intact.

St Buryan is conveniently located within a short distance to Lamorna Cove, Porthcurno, the Minack open air theatre, the legendary Lands End and Sennen Cove, famous for its wide white sandy beach popular with surfers. There are miles of stunning coastal paths and the area is steeped in mining history. The area is the main setting for the current Poldark series. The vibrant sea faring town of Penzance is a short drive with restaurants, cafés, art galleries, wide flat promenade and heated lido. The picturesque village of Mousehole and busy fishing harbour of Newlyn are both close by. Belmont House has been lovingly restored and offers guests comfortable accommodation. Beach 3 miles. Shop and pub 20 yards, restaurant 3 miles.

Ground Floor: Beamed throughout and with some sloping floors.

Living room: With Freeview TV.

Snug.

Kitchen/dining room: With electric wood burner, oil Aga (Oct-Mar), electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

Utility room.

Separate toilet.

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First floor: With split-level landing.

Bedroom 1: With double bed and curtained area with single bed (for small child), sloping ceiling and restricted headroom.

Bedroom 2: With double bed and Freeview TV.

Bedroom 3: With twin beds.

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Bathroom: With freestanding bath, shower cubicle, toilet and tiled floor.

Oil central heating (Oct-Mar), oil, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and stairgate available on request. Welcome pack. Small enclosed patio with garden furniture. Hot tub for 6 (private). On road parking. No smoking.

Nestled in the heart of the village of St Buryan renown for its great Cornish community spirit. Belmont House is a fine Grade II listed period property with a fascinating past. Perfect for couples looking for a comfortable holiday property all year round and just a short stroll to the local pub serving great food and local ales, village store and church. It is equally appealing to families or friends looking for a comfortable base to explore some of Cornwall’s finest beaches, coves and coastal villages, and has a yard where bikes and surf boards can be stored. Belmont House adjoins a small cottage and is a fine example of a quality Cornish former gentleman’s residence manor house and listed in the coaching journal circa 18th century, as the Kings Arms Coaching Inn. It is also on record as a former Deanery, with history as far back as 1200 the time of King John, and believed to be the site of a college of priests. The magnificent large inglenook fireplace in the living room dates back to medieval times and has a corbelled bread oven intact.\n\nSt Buryan is conveniently located within a short distance to Lamorna Cove, Porthcurno, the Minack open air theatre, the legendary Lands End and Sennen Cove, famous for its wide white sandy beach popular with surfers. There are miles of stunning coastal paths and the area is steeped in mining history. The area is the main setting for the current Poldark series. The vibrant sea faring town of Penzance is a short drive with restaurants, cafés, art galleries, wide flat promenade and heated lido. The picturesque village of Mousehole and busy fishing harbour of Newlyn are both close by. Belmont House has been lovingly restored and offers guests comfortable accommodation. Beach 3 miles. Shop and pub 20 yards, restaurant 3 miles.