A holiday apartment that sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
A clean and comfortable studio with a fantastic outlook.
This was our second visit to the studio and we found it just as enjoyable as the first. It has all the home comforts and a fabulous outlook over Cape Cornwall. The South West Coast Path and the Cape Cornwall golf course are on the doorstep and it is only a short walk to all the essentials in St. Just. The bus services in St. Just are very good with the coast route to St. Ives an experience.
The studio has no WiFi but there are access points at the Golf club and in St Just.
Excellent location with views over the headland. Lots of local walks. Long drive to the far end of Cornwall but worth the effort.
great coast view
apartment very nice
recommend coast walk to sennen and bus return
coast walk to botallack mine and cafe and return
St Just has a good choice of eating out out and recommend the Wellington for good value
The studio is well set out, with everything a couple can need for the holiday. Even a coffee pod machine, so perfect. Thank you. The view is heavenly as a bonus. We'll definitely return.
Amazing views, perfect location
This is the third time we have stayed in the studio because of its amazing views over cape Cornwall and it’s right on the coastal footpaths. We love watching the weather come in over the cape. The studio itself is very comfortable with all you need for a week’s holiday. This year they had added a new sofa which was very comfy and perfect for curling up on in the evenings and watching a dvd.
It has been our pleasure.
We have just enjoyed a super short stay holiday at this venue. the location, absolutely stunning , quiet but ideal for visiting all the main attractions in this part of Cornwall. but just so lovely to go back to the Studio at the end of a busy day and just relax and take in the fantastic views all around you. Warning you wont be able to return quick enough!!!
Cape Cornwall, England's only Cape, rears 229 feet out of the Atlantic and offers spectacular views over the Western Approaches and Land's End. The Cape was aquired by the National Trust in 1987 to protect the area and its rare flora and fauna. Ornithologists can spot Cornish choughs, peregrine falcons, sparrow hawks and many other sea birds. Sheltered Priest's Cove with its rocky beach and sea pool, is within 5 minutes walking distance and is still used by local fishermen. The Cape was originally believed to be the Western most point of the mainland but usurped when accurate cartography proved this was in fact Lands End, a mere 4 miles South (and very slightly West!)
There are many beautiful valleys leading to other coves and beaches in the area, all of which are accessible from the nearby Coastal path.
Cape Cornwall tin mine was operated intermittently between 1838 and 1883 after which time it was closed, the 1864 chimney from the mine has been left as a navigational marker for shipping traffic and stands tall on the top of the Cape. The surrounding National Trust farm land has been converted into an 18 hole golf course with leisure facilities including an indoor swimming pool (although this is currently being renovated). There is also a bar and dining room open to non-members. Weekly membership of the Golf and Leisure Club is available for visitors. Both Sennen Cove, with its long sandy surfing beach, and Land's End are within easy reach. St. Ives and the Tate Gallery are a short drive along the coast road through some of Cornwall's best moorland and Heritage tin mining areas. Local shopping facilities are about a mile away at St. Just and the larger resorts of St. Ives and Penzance are within easy driving distance along with many attractions including St Michael's Mount and The Eden Project