Manacle View

Perfect for a small family holiday or couples looking for a relaxing peaceful location with easy access to the South West Coastal Path.

Parc An Grouse is a small group of family run barns, situated overlooking the ocean, close to a quiet, secluded sandy beach which is just a short walk through the countryside. Manacle View, featured here, is only a short distance away from the heart of St Keverne with its lovely village square, church, two pubs, butchers and shop. It is located on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula, which is the most south-westerly point in England. This single-storey, semi-detached, barn conversion is the ideal place to stay if you enjoy walking, as the South West Coastal Path is just at the bottom of the fields giving way to many stunning walks.

Breakfast can be arranged with the owner (at cost). The picturesque fishing villages of Coverack, Cadgwith, Porthallow and Mullion are all close by. Cadgwith is like stepping back in time with thatched cottages and colourful fishing boats, a great place to source fresh fish or crab for your evening meal and there are even regular sea shanty sing along evenings. Walk the thick stone wall at Mullion harbour featured in the TV series ’Poldark’, or visit the chocolate factory and visitor centre.

Coverack, with its a wide sandy beach and quaint harbour, is well worth a visit, or Roskilly’s Farm for a cream tea, but be sure to leave room to sample their locally made ice cream and fudge. The Lizard Peninsula is the perfect place to unwind, and here you can enjoy activities such as walking, bird watching and fishing, or simply relax on the patio with a good book and watch the sun setting. The area will appeal to small families or couples all year round.

With great road access, it is a perfect location for exploring slightly further afield including Porthleven, Praa Sands, the historic town of Helston, famous for its floral dance, Flambards Theme Park, the National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek and the beautiful scenery of the Helford River and creeks, made famous by Daphne Du Maurier’s ’Frenchman’s Creek’. The area is popular with scuba divers with a local centre at Porthallow. Cycling, walking and horse riding are all available locally. Beach 1 mile. Shop, pubs and restaurant 500 yards.

All on the ground floor.

Living/dining room: With electric fire, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.

Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge.

Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed, freeview TV and en-suite wet room with shower and toilet.

Bedroom 2: With twin beds, Freeveiw TV and en-suite wet room with shower and toilet.

Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer (shared with other properties on-site). Small patio with garden furniture. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking.

Parc An Grouse is a small group of family run barns, situated overlooking the ocean, close to a quiet, secluded sandy beach which is just a short walk through the countryside. The property is only a short distance away from the heart of St Keverne with its lovely village square, church, two pubs, butchers and shop. It is located on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula, which is the most south-westerly point in England. These single-storey, semi-detached, barn conversions, Manacle View (ref UKC1963) and Sunny Corner (ref UKC1964) are the ideal place to stay if you enjoy walking, as the South West Coastal Path is just at the bottom of the fields giving way to many stunning walks. Breakfast is optional can be arranged with the owner. The picturesque fishing villages of Coverack, Cadgwith, Porthallow and Mullion are all close by. Cadgwith is like stepping back in time with thatched cottages and colourful fishing boats, a great place to source fresh fish or crab for your evening meal and there are even regular sea shanty sing along evenings. Walk the thick stone wall at Mullion harbour featured in the TV series ’Poldark’, or visit the chocolate factory and visitors centre.\n\nCoverack with its a wide sandy beach and quaint harbour is well worth a visit, or Roskilly’s Farm for a cream tea, but be sure to leave room to sample their locally made ice cream and fudge. The Lizard Peninsula is the perfect place to unwind, and here you can enjoy activities such as walking, bird watching, and fishing, or simply relax on the patio with a good book and watch the sun setting. The area will appeal to small families or couples all year round.\n\nWith great road access it is a perfect location for exploring slightly further afield including Porthleven, Praa Sands, the historic town of Helston, famous for its floral dance, Flambards Theme Park, The National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek and the beautiful scenery of the Helford River and creeks made famous by Daphne Du Maurier’s ’Frenchman’s Creek’. The area is popular with scuba divers with a local centre at Porthallow. Cycling, walking and horse riding are all available locally. Beach 1 mile. Shop, pubs and restaurant 500 yards.\n\nManacle View can be booked together with Sunny Corner (UKC1964) to accommodate up to 6 guests.