Scandi Cabin on a Hill
This secluded little cabin offers stunning panoramic views of the rolling Cornish Countryside. Set in the small village of Ludgvan you will benefit from the quiet atmosphere and really take in the relaxed Cornish way of life. It is only 3 miles away from Penzance so not far to go to get essential shopping or have an explore of the beautiful coastline. The cabin itself has an outside terrace and patio area with views over the countryside.
The inside of the cabin has a lounge area with log burner for those cooler cosy Cornish evenings. There is 1 bedroom but there is a sofa bed in the lounge. The kitchen has everything you need from a coffee machine to a dishwasher and cooking facilities. There is free wifi and parking here too. A great place for a couples retreat or for a small family to really relax in this peaceful setting.
Brilliantly positioned between Penzance and St Ives you have so much on your doorstep here. The cabin itself is set in a beautiful countryside. You can walk or cycle here as much as you want. A short car journey will bring you to the popular and gorgeous seaside town of St Ives where you can enjoy a variety of activities from swimming to surfing to fishing. Penzance is not too far away either and neither is Land’s End just 10 miles. The Minack Theatre is also just 10 miles away, I highly recommend checking this out either during the day or for a show in the evening. I would highly recommend this little haven for couples and small families.
About St Ives
A firm favourite with locals and visitors St Ives is a beautiful beach and harbour where tourists flock to enjoy the fabulous views and the harbour. The town sits directly above the harbour and is famous for not just the harbour but the gallery and museum too. St Ives is also well positioned on the north coast and is not too far from many other attractions such as Land’s End and the Minack Theatre. St Ives is also known for its Art culture and its branch of the Tate Gallery. In 2010, a BBC Four film, The Art of Cornwall, presented by James Fox said that the St Ives artists “went on to produce some of the most exhilarating art of the twentieth century…for a few dazzling years this place was as famous as Paris, as exciting as New York and infinitely more progressive than London.”
In more recent years St Ives has been awarded Best Seaside Town by the Guardian in 2007 and Best Seaside Town by The British Travel Awards both in 2010 and 2011. This absolute gem of a town is a must see when in Cornwall. The population of St Ives is around 11,000 but this rises dramatically in the summer months.
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