The Cottages are set in Carnhell Green a hamlet with pub, Post Office with shop, Farmers co-operative with pet supplies and fire wood, farm vegetable stall and fellowship church, all within yards of the gated private courtyard.
The quiet hamlet of Carnhell Green makes an ideal base for holidaymakers, surfers and walkers exploring the South West of Cornwall, with its fantastic coves, unspoilt sandy beaches and breathtaking coastline. We are 10 minutes away from the National Trust beach of Godrevy and its famous lighthouse.
Set in countryside, 3½ miles from the huge, beautiful sand/surf beaches of Gwithian Towans and Godrevy. Camborne (town) 3 miles; Hayle (town) 6 miles; St Ives 11miles; Falmouth 16 miles; Truro(cathedral city) 18 miles. Major supermarkets are all close by within 3 miles, Marks and Spencer, Lidle, Asda, Tesco, Co-Op and Aldi.
Cornwall is our most south westerly county, making Cornwall’s climate mild. Its noted for its coast and stunning landscape, predominantly moorland. Cornwall is a major tourism centre in the UK so you will find plenty to do, even on rainy days.
There are lovely walks all around. Popular farm shop/restaurant Trvevaskis Farm http://http://trevaskisfarm.co.uk/, 5 minute drive. Cornwalls best beach is just 3 1/2 miles away the huge beautiful sand and surf of Gwithian Towans and Godrevy. Backed by sand dunes tufted with wild grass, at low tide there is a vast amount of sand to enjoy and large areas of rock pools and caves are uncovered which are great for kids to explore and dog friendly. The beach is a favourite destination for surfers as the constant swell coming in from the ocean provides good all year round conditions. Common seals are a regular sight near the beach and the area is a breeding ground for colonies of seabirds such as guillemots, razorbills and cormorants. The Sunset Surf beachside cafe and bar overlooks the beach and is open all year, serving locally sourced, seasonal ingredients wherever possible and nearby the Jam Pot Café and Shop, a former 19th century coastguard lookout, is where you can enjoy home cooked snacks and be distracted by the stunningly natural views out over St Ives Bay.