*Beautifully refurbished cottage

*Stunning views

* Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms

*'Just for Two' discounts

*Short breaks out of season

*Private parking

*Dog friendly



What a perfect little Cornish cottage this is. Set in a charming hamlet nestled in glorious countryside you’re just a mile above Mousehole and the spectacular West Cornwall coastline.

Trezeal is a delightful two-bedroom granite cottage full of character with stylish interiors flowing out to the stunning Mediterranean gardens with plenty of private sitting areas and a fire pit for alfresco summer nights. It's perfectly situated for exploring West Cornwall with Mousehole, Sennen, Marazion and St Ives all in easy reach.

Walking in from the front garden the living room is a bright space with a large squidgy Loaf sofa and wood burner, perfect for cosy evenings all year round. When the weather sets in, there’s no place better to snuggle up with a glass of wine and a good book by the fire.

Through to the hand-built kitchen you catch the views across the open countryside and it’s a cook’s delight with the large Smeg Range cooker. The dining area is bespoke and is a great spot for memorable meals.

Upstairs the two lovely bedrooms both have VI-spring pocket sprung mattresses which are sure to give you a good nights rest. One is a king size and the other one a super king that can be made up as twins, you choose. The rear bedroom has glorious views down to the sea in the distance which you can enjoy from the window seat which has a fully opening window bringing the outside in.

Heading outside, the enchanting garden features tropical and Mediterranean planting with a large dining table for eating out and a fire pit for story telling as the sun goes down. It’s a great place for lazing about and after sunset, you can do some serious stargazing across Cornwall’s famed dark skies. 


Trezeal is situated in a small hamlet called Sheffield set above the coast in lovely countryside a mile or so from Newlyn and Mousehole. The idyllic village of Paul, on the way to Mousehole is within walking distance and there is a great local pub there, The Kings Arms, just remember your torch if coming back late. Mousehole is Cornwall at its absolute best and it's a popular destination. It’s obvious to see why with the prettiest of harbours and excellent restaurants, tea shops, pubs and galleries tucked away down its higgledy-piggledy lanes.

You’re in the heart of far west of Cornwall at Trezeal and being well located, with private parking and a well-served local bus stop nearby, it's easy to explore.

Things are different here, we're surrounded on three sides by the sea, and it has a strong influence on our lives. We are spoilt for beaches. Sennen Cove with its glorious surfing, Marazion overlooking St Michaels Mount and Porthcurno with the iconic Minack Theatre built into the cliffs are all within easy reach. The working fishing harbour of Newlyn and bustling town of Penzance are less than 10 minutes’ drive away. Slightly further is St Ives, home to the Tate St Ives Gallery, the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden, several fantastic beaches and plenty of shops and restaurants. It’s well worth a visit and we recommend taking the little train from St Erth, which travels along the coast right into the town. It’s breath-taking.


Through the front door you enter the living room, which centres around the wood burner (in season we will leave you enough logs to get you going for a night or two) and has a squishy three-seater Loaf sofa and an armchair, both set around a stunning handmade coffee table. Over the fireplace is a large 48” internet ready flat screen TV perfect for movie nights.


The kitchen at Trezeal is equipped with all you need to cook up a feast. It's handmade and at the centre is a large Smeg electric range cooker with a five-ring hob and two electric ovens. The dining area with the hand-built table and pew is a cosy social space for eating in.


The bedrooms are both on the first floor.

BEDROOM 1:  With wonderful views across fields to the sea in the distance, you can sit on the window seat taking in the lovely vista. You’ll sleep soundly in its king size VI-spring pocket-sprung mattress. There is a small freestanding wardrobe and a TV for lazy mornings in bed.

BEDROOM 2: Facing the front it's a peaceful room with a super king size zip and link bed that can also be made up as twins. It also has a VI-spring pocket-sprung mattress for a great night’s rest. There is open hanging as well as a chest of drawers.


The bathroom, on the ground floor, has stunning tiles and a bath with overhead shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail. We’ll supply fluffy bath towels, just remember to bring your own beach towels.


You walk up to Trezeal past the pretty front garden and can access the gorgeous rear garden from the parking area or through the kitchen hall. It’s an enclosed, private, south facing garden and the back door leads through the landscaped gardens past a romantic dining area to the rear where there is a tucked away bench, which is a fantastic spot to sit with a cup of tea and survey the views. There is a Weber BBQ and garden games (Boules and Quoits) and an outside tap and washing area for cleaning off messy dogs and surfers!


PARKING: There is a private parking space by the cottage which leads through to the garden via a gate.

WI-FI. There is free unlimited Wi-Fi at Trezeal.

HEATING: Gas central heating keeps Trezeal nice and toasty via radiators throughout. The wood burner in the living room will keep you cosy on cooler evenings.

PETS: Far West Cornwall is doggie heaven! There’s plenty of beaches and coast paths for exploring. Two well-behaved dogs are welcome at £35 each per week/short break. Please make sure they stay out of bedrooms and off the furniture and that you rub down muddy/sandy feet before they come in.

LINEN & TOWELS: You'll have bedding & towels but please bring your own beach towels.

UTILITY: There is a washer / dryer as well as an airer, ironing board and iron.

ACCESSIBILITY: Typical of Cornish Cottages Trezeal has steep internal stairs leading up to the first-floor bedrooms so it may not be suitable for very young children (there is a fitted stairgate) or for those with limited mobility. If in doubt do ask before booking. Please note children of any age must be supervised by an adult if using the outside areas.

This property is not wheelchair friendly and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. If this applies, please contact our booking office to discuss the properties potential suitability prior to confirming.

CHANGEOVER & SHORT BREAKS: Changeover is usually Saturday. Short breaks are available for a minimum of three nights with flexible changeover days. Do check with us if your dates don't quite fit as we will always try to help.

PROPERTY IMAGES AND DESCRIPTIONS: From time to time minor upgrades and improvements and changes to furnishings at The property may mean it varies slightly from the images and descriptions on the Website.


“This is a lovely, cosy comfortable cottage with all mod cons. We felt welcomed, and must mention the very comfy beds. Good location for touring the South West coast and close enough to a variety of beaches for water activities, dog walking etc. Nice selection of pubs and restaurants within walking distance (15-30 mins). We would definitely recommend. Thanks for a great stay x”

Helen – August 2023 

“Beautiful cottage that matched the photos in the listing. Peaceful location that was a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and felt right at home straight away. Comfy beds ensured a good night's sleep. I highly recommend a stay here; you won't regret it!”

Elizabeth – July 2023 

“Love the cottage and its decor, very clean. Very nice garden. The cottage is located in very nice area, easy to get to local beaches. We had great time.”

Anna – June 2023 

“Great place to stay and The Cornish Way were great! Lovely cottage and great surroundings.”

Leah – May 2023 

“Trezeal was excellent and as described. Very private garden, and dog safe. The Cornish Way were very helpful in finding us a local dog-sitter as we had booked the Minack Theatre (which was excellent). 10-minute walk to a good pub in Paul, and a further 12 minutes down into Mousehole. The walk home is a little more taxing up the hill. Newlyn an easy hour's walk (past the Penlee Lifeboat), and recommended for buying the freshest fish. Very happy to recommend.”

David – April 2023