Pendower Barn - a barn conversion that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Lovely relaxing break
This cottage is well maintained, spacious and comfortable. It has all the amenities you would need and the owner kindly provides a small bottle of milk and wine on arrival which was a lovely touch after travelling and needing a quick brew before shopping. If you have dogs, this cottage has a very large garden which was enclosed so was safe for our spaniels which was a bonus. Great location for walking and beaches.
Perfect Cornwall retreat
Absolutely loved pendower barn , so well equipped, beds so comfortable, basics all there , milk, sugar, tea, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets and washing machine, all these so helpful, ohh and a bottle of wine . Communication with owner excellent, would definitely stay again and recommend . Thank you Kathryn x
A perfect location if you want tranquility and good walking
This is a comfortable cottage which is in near walking distance to the coastal paths.
A bottle of wine and milk on arrival was gratefully received.
The accommodation is comfortable with thoughtful consideration if you have a dog with you.
Excellent location for visiting the Roseland.
We had a wonderful stay at this Barn. It had everything you could possibly need for a lovely relaxing holiday and only a short walk to the coast paths. We loved this area and exploring the coastline, can't wait to return!
The owner emailed me for permission to let the plumber in to mend the dripping kitchen tap, which I agreed immediately.
This was on our first night. He didn’t come during our week’s holiday. The tap was quite annoying. This is not the best customer service.
I never recommend any product since everyone’ expectations are different.
Very comfortable, clean, light and airy barn conversion with everything supplied for an enjoyable stay. Close to walks with wonderful scenery, a beautiful beach with the addition of the infamous Hidden Hut.
Portscatho and its neighbouring village of Gerrans are located on the eastern coast of the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, overlooking the dramatic Gerrans Bay. A truly peaceful waterside village, Portscatho is a lovely place for a holiday. There are miles of coastal and countryside footpaths to explore, particularly along St Anthony's Head. Portscatho was once a busy fishing harbour, but now it has become a haven for artists due to the striking light which is particularly good in the morning sun. More than anything, Portscatho is a relaxing place. The beaches such as Porthcurnick, Towan and Porthbeor are simply idyllic and these are only minutes from the village. With a superb local butchers shop, 2 great little pubs and a well-stocked local store, Portscatho and Gerrans are a lovely place to spend a holiday.
There are some stunning locations to eat on the Roseland including the Michelin starred Driftwood restaurant on the way down to Rosevine beach where the chef, Chris Eden, and his team deliver a truly special experience, you will obviously need to book this one early. There is also the Hidden Hut located above the field at Rosevine with its eclectic menus, convivial atmosphere, bring your own booze and social media driven events list! (Best find them on Facebook to see what is on!) The Hidden Hut has received rave reviews from the local and national press. Slightly further afield are the Nare Hotel and Quarterdeck with fine dining and dramatic views across Gerrans Bay, the world renowned Tresanton Hotel in St Mawes or the newly refurbished Idle Rocks Hotel. On top of this list there are some excellent country pubs in all of the local villages supporting Cornish produce and local beers.
St Mawes is one of the finest waterside villages in Cornwall. Situated overlooking an idyllic bay on the eastern side of the famous Falmouth Estuary, St Mawes has one of the mildest climates in Britain due to its proximity to the Gulf Stream. The sea is at the heart of the village and has helped to shape St Mawes from the little fishing village to the fashionable holiday destination that is so popular with visitors. A mecca for boating enthusiasts, St Mawes is a particularly popular sailing centre. Weekly club racing, village regattas and larger events are commonplace on the superb waters of the bay all through the summer.
St Mawes has so much to offer the visitor. St Mawes Castle was built by Henry VIII and is a splendid place to take in the views of the Carrick Roads. There are miles of coastal and countryside walks to take in and some idyllic beaches on which to relax and watch the world go by. The little Place Ferry takes visitors to explore St Anthony's Head or there are regular ferries to Falmouth. Being situated on the seafront, the village is also known for the restaurants and pubs that serve superb fish and shellfish dishes all year round.