FROM £85.00 A NIGHT
*Beautifully refurbished barn conversion
*Close to coast path and a local pub
*Dedicated EV charging point
*Short breaks available all year
Named after the bird often seen locally in winter, Stonechat is semi-detached with the main farmhouse and set in a courtyard of converted farm buildings. There is private parking opposite and it has been beautifully finished offering a spacious living area with vaulted ceilings, it’s filled with light. With a lovely wood burner to curl up in front of it makes a cosy winter retreat too. The private French doors lead into the living room and next to it is a gate into a private patio garden perfect for sitting out in and enjoying a glass of wine on the long summer evenings. The bedroom has a modern en suite shower room and king size bed where you’re sure to get a good night’s rest after days out exploring this magical area.
Truthwall is a small hamlet set less than a mile from St Just off the stunning coastal road which leads to St Ives. A short walk away and you can be on the South West Coast Path and in the other direction the wild moors of Carnyorth Common are just behind Stonechat. If feeling energetic try exploring the stunning Tinner’s Way running along the coast from Cape Cornwall all the way to St Ives. It’s an ancient route from the Bronze age and where the tin and copper ore were transported along the way from St Just to Hayle. After a day’s activities enjoy a drink and let someone else do the cooking. Less than five minutes’ walk away is a great locals pub, The Queens Arms.
St Just, less than a mile away, is your nearest town which is in walking distance or a few minutes’ drive away. It’s is a friendly, quirky place that feels like stepping back in time with a good selection of local shops, a deli, a butcher, four pubs and a small supermarket for your everyday needs.
The far west is on the edge, things are different here. We're surrounded on three sides by the sea, and it has a strong influence on our lives. For beaches we are spoilt and Sennen Cove with its glorious surfing beach is only ten minutes away as is Portheras, a hidden, and stunning locals cove past Pendeen travelling east.
Travelling around the far west, the impossibly quaint village of Mousehole and working harbour of Newlyn are 15 minutes’ drive away. Marazion with the famous St Michaels Mount, St Ives, Penzance and Porthcurno with the famous Minack theatre built into the cliffs are all well worth visiting and also an easy drive away.
COOKING & EATING
The bedroom is accessed from the back of the living space and has a king size bed and built-in wardrobes.
The gravelled private patio is accessed from a gate off the path to the front door and has a rattan table and two chairs.
USEFUL TO KNOW...
PARKING: There is private parking right opposite Stonechat the other side of the courtyard.
ELECTRIC CARS: A dedicated EV charging point for sole use by Stonechat on request (a minimal charge will apply).
WI-FI: There is free unlimited Wi-Fi at Stonechat.
HEATING: There are modern wall mounted radiators which get Stonechat warmed up quickly via an oil-fired boiler which also heats the hot water. The lovely wood burner works a treat and will soon get you toasty on cooler evenings.
PETS: Far West Cornwall is doggie heaven! There’s plenty of beaches and coast paths for exploring. One well-behaved dog is welcome at £35 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.
ACESSIBILITY: Stonechat has ground floor living space with a step up into it.
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: Short breaks are available all year flexible changeover days for a minimum of 2 nights. Don’t worry if you need to book dates that don’t quite fit, just call or email and we will always do our best to make it work.
LAUNDRY: There is no washing machine but if staying for an extended break there are several launderettes in Penzance 15 minutes away.
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.
WHAT GUESTS ARE SAYING...
“Excellent EV charging points, felt private and peaceful - just the place to unwind from big city living. Thanks for a lovely stay!”
Chris – November 2023
“We had a lovely stay at Stonechat. The cottage itself is very comfortable and well-appointed, surprisingly private given the situation in the farmyard, and surrounded by the most beautiful walks both inland to the moor and coastal among the old tin and copper mines. Thank you!”
Amabel – September 2023
“A gorgeous home that's in a perfect setting. We did different tours from the cottage. Directly walk to South West Coast Park, or by bus (stop right outside the front door) to Land's End (an experience - be sure to sit upstairs) and then walked back again. The Queen's Arms pub is also great, which can be reached in about three minutes on foot, which can be reached in about three minutes. The cottage itself has all the needs and is tastefully and cozily furnished. Rob and Liz live right next door and provide you with tips for excursions in the area. We can 100% recommend the place.”
Samantha – August 2023
"The Cornish Way are extremely good hosts - property ready earlier than official check-in & allowed us to arrive early, which was really appreciated. Great location for access to the SW coastpath with our dog that we thoroughly enjoyed. On the owners recommendation we used the local buses which were fantastic & had none of the stress of negotiating the narrow lanes. Looking forward to going back with our bikes."
Paul - July 2023
“What a lovely place to stay! Well equipped kitchen, spacious living area, very comfortable bed, lots of parking space. Liz and Rob were close at hand, and so friendly, helpful and thoughtful. We appreciated the milk in the fridge and the ginger fairing biscuits. The Queen’s Arms just a gentle stroll away, ideal for an early evening drink.”
Sue – June 2023