Cape View - a holiday apartment that sleeps 3 guests in 2 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:3 (sleeps up to 3 adults)
Best view in Cornwall
Warm and cosy, clean, comfortable and well equipped, helpful owners, in a beautiful location with, in my opinion, the best view in Cornwall
Stay at Cape view
Great apartment, well equipped with amazing views to sea. Really enjoyed our time here with great walks straight from the apartment.
Arrived late on Saturday to loud music from the golf club right next door, a wedding party, not good when tired after long journey and want to sleep. Thankfully the rest of our 2 week stay was peaceful.
No WiFi! Definitely need to rethink about installing broadband.
A lovely, well appointed little flat with stunning views of the Cape. Dog friendly, rockpooling, clifftop walking, seal watching, a short drive from many of Cornwall's finest offerings.
Holiday at the. Cape
We enjoyed a lovely week here in April. The property was advertised with Wi-fi but upon arrival we found this not to be the case but we managed to get by; it would also be nice to have an outdoor patio area as the weather was really nice when we were there but there was just a very tired bench to sit on overlooking the car park , the apartment itself was very clean and very well equipped and provided a perfect base for travelling around.
Cape Glorious Cornwall
Stunning location.Even the extreme weather could not dampen the vista.Peaceful, relaxing and comfortable . Would recommend to anyone and plan on revisiting.
Nice apartment with superb views
The apartment has everything you need. The sofa is a bit uncomfortable for shorter persons. One thing that really embarressess us was the unfriendly voice of the house rules in the "everything you need to know"-folder.
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.