Clifftop cottage with conservatory and stunning sea views
With views of the waves dashing over the rocks, Adanac, Sennen Cove is a clifftop holiday cottage with whitewashed walls, beamed ceilings and a woodburner stove in the inglenook fireplace. Furnished with a nod to its nautical heritage, the sitting room has comfy seating including a sofa bed while the spacious kitchen has every modern convenience. Four bedrooms sleep ten in two king-size rooms (can be converted to twin beds), a double ensuite and a bunk room with two family bathrooms. The property has a garden with furniture for enjoying the view, reading and sunbathing and there's parking for three cars.
The glazed conservatory dining room provides breathtaking sea views for watching boats, sea gulls and perhaps dolphins and seals if you're lucky.
Ten minutes walk from Adanac, Sennen Cove is a haven for surfing and watersports with golden sand and clear turquoise waters. The nearby Minack Open Air Theatre (five miles) is a must-see with its stunning backdrop at sunset. Visit Porthcurno Telegraph Museum where history was made and walk along the coastal path (one mile) to Land's End, Cornwall's most visited tourist attraction. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, St Just (Britain's most westerly mainland town) is worth exploring with its church, clock tower and market square.