*'Just for two' discounts and short breaks out of season
*Walking distance to the coast
*In the heart of a pretty little town
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WHERE IT IS
"TREMBATH COTTAGE, ST JUST"
NEW FOR 2022 - This charming traditional cottage sits in the middle of an attractive terrace in the heart of this pretty little town only one mile from the stunning Cape Cornwall and moments from the local cafes, pubs and galleries.
Trembath Cottage is a homely three-bedroom cottage sleeping four and is full of character and charm and boasts comfortable, relaxed accommodation. It’s the ideal base for exploring the far west of Cornwall and beyond, with rambling walks and quirky shops, artisan cafes and plenty of art galleries close by. If you’re bringing your four-legged friend they will be in heaven and the enclosed courtyard is perfect for enjoying a barbeque on a sunny evening when it’s just too good to be inside.
Trembath Cottage was built around 1850, at a time when the copper and tin mining industries were booming. St Just, in particular, became a thriving community and new houses were needed to accommodate the huge influx of people searching for employment. The cottage was owned by the Trembath family from 1952 until 2014, when renovations were carried out. The new owners named the house in honour of the Trembath family and the history of the property.
Couples, families and friends will love this adorable cottage within easy reach of fantastic beaches and landmark attractions. Venture four miles to Sennen Cove or Pendeen Lighthouse and the Minack Theatre are also within close distance. Penzance is a 15-minute drive away with the open-air Jubilee Pool and historic Chapel Street.
The whole town of St Just is a UNESCO world heritage site and surrounded by wild moors and dramatic coastline. 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
St Just is a friendly town that feels lost in time with an array of great local shops, a deli, a butcher, four pubs and a small local supermarket for your everyday needs. Surrounding the town are the most spectacular stretches of coastline and fantastic walks from the doorstep. Sennen with its glorious surfing beach is ten minutes away as is Portheras, a hidden and stunning local’s cove. Travelling further east within twenty minutes you can be in Marazion with its fabulous beach overlooking the famous St Michaels Mount, St Ives, Mousehole and Penzance.
LIVING & DINING
The charming space combines a living and dining area and has been renovated to a high standard and showcases the traditional beams and wooden floors. The comfortable sofa and armchair are great for cosying up and relaxing in front of the wood burning stove in the wonderful inglenook fireplace after a long blustery walk.
COOKING & EATING
The well-equipped kitchen has everything you need to cook up a feast with an electric oven and hob, fridge / freezer and dishwasher and a door out to the rear patio. The social dining area has a dining table with seating for four as well as an armchair. Gather everyone together for an evening to reminisce on the day's adventures or plan the next day’s activities. The kitchen leads off the dining area.
The three bedrooms have been designed with calming and coastal colours for a comfortable night’s sleep. The master bedroom has a king size bed, bedside tables and a good-sized wardrobe. The two single bedrooms both have open hanging and a chest of drawers.
The upstairs family bathroom is an excellent use of space. There’s a bath, perfect for soaking in after a day on the coast path with an overhead shower, basin and WC.
At the rear of the cottage is a fully enclosed private courtyard with a table and chairs, perfect for dining al fresco or enjoying a cream tea in the afternoon sun. It is a safe area for storage of bikes and surfboards.
The external utility is accessed from the garden and has a washing machine and tumble dryer. You’ll also find a washing basket, airer, peg bag, iron and ironing board in the utility room.
USEFUL TO KNOW…
PARKING: There is free on street parking along Cape Cornwall Street where available and you can pull up outside to unload if needed. The free St Just Town car park is only a minute away.
WI-FI: There is free unlimited Wi-Fi at the property.
HEATING: There is gas central heating and a wonderful wood burner in the living area.
PETS: Far West Cornwall is doggie heaven! There’s plenty of beaches and coastal 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.
ACCESSIBILITY: Typical of Cornish cottages there are narrow, steep stairs up to the first floor. This means it' may not be suitable for those with limited mobility or young children. However a stairgate is fitted at the top and the bottom of the stairs. Always contact us prior to booking if you have any questions or concerns on accessibility.
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: Weekly changeover is usually Friday. Short breaks are available throughout the year, for a minimum of 3 nights with flexible changeover days. Just for two discount available out of season. Do check with us if your dates don't quite fit as we will always try to help.