Lillie's Lookout was built for the owners' grand daughter to come from Australia and live in for a year. You'll love the full kitchen and small bathroom. Despite being only 30 meters square there's plenty of living space for two and you'll have an outside area with seating and barbecue.
Lillie's offers simple comfortable accommodation. When I first walked in I was immediately excited and wanted to stay.
Apart form looking great, its biggest draw is its location. No Go By is too small to be called a hamlet, it's just outside of Botallack. It's off the beaten track, yet you can walk to the cliffs in minutes. The centre of bustling little St Just with its pubs and cafes is a ten minute walk, and the Queen's Arms in Botallack in even closer. The wild moors of Carnyorth Common are just behind the cabin.
Living. One room living is surprisingly sociable and compelling. You can chat while you cook, share plans and stories while one of you lounges in the bath, or both crash out on the sofa.
The full sized kitchen is well equipped, there's plenty of dining space at the table, or the breakfast bar, and the sofa is big enough to sit apart on, or snuggle up.
Sleeping. The bed deck has a full king sized bed, and a great mattress that you'll love after a day in the fresh air of the far west.
Bathing. The small but ample bath is a comfortable place to soak away the aches of a day on the beach or walking the cliffs.
Linen and towels. Towels and bedding will be supplied for you, just remember to bring your beach towels.
Garden. Lillie's Lookout has been built in the corner of the owner's vast garden, they've even fenced it off so that you have your own private garden to sit out in, barbecue, or to just enjoy the far reaching views. As I sit here in the garden writing today I can see the Scilly Isles 30 miles away and Poldark's Wheal Leisure (actually Wheal Owles) down the road. Any even better - no one can see me!
Parking. There's plenty of room to park.
Pets. This is a dog's paradise. Within a dozen metres you can be off the road and heading up a track to the moors, or a bit further will have you on the track to the coast. Dogs are welcome at £25 per stay.