Victorian captain's home with garden and sea views
Atlantic View, Carnyorth is a historic home built for the captain of the local tin mine and retaining many original Victorian features. The elevated position provides distant sea views across the Land's End peninsula to the Scilly Isles on a clear day. Two beautifully furnished sitting rooms and a large conservatory with dining table provide ample space for eight guests to spread out. The first floor has a double bedroom and two twin bedrooms sharing a family bathroom while the second floor has a double room and ensuite shower room.
The enclosed private garden is perfect for relaxing on lazy summer afternoons or dining al fresco in the evening. The dramatic coastal scenery and sunsets are unforgettable.
Atlantic View, Carnyorth is the ideal base for keen walkers and hikers. Explore the moor with its mysterious stone circles and standing stones or walk along the scenic coastal path bordering the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This tin mining area is easily recognizable from the Poldark TV series and Geevor Tin Mine is open for tours one mile away. Beach lovers will delight in the white sand and rolling surf at Sennen Cove while cultural visitors will not want to miss a performance at the clifftop Minack outdoor theatre and Porthcurno Telegraph Museum nine miles away.