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WHERE IT IS
"The Old Dairy, Gwenver"
The Old Dairy is a traditional and charming Cornish cottage with three bedrooms set in the small hamlet of Tregiffian above Gwenver beach.
The cottage is well equipped with all of the modern amenities and is a lovely home from home with original wood panelled walls upstairs and a great wood burner in the living room. Enjoy cosy evenings in front of the fire after a day spent walking the beautiful coast paths right on your doorstep.
The local area also has a lot to offer with Lands End, the Minack Theatre and Gwenver beach, which is dog friendly year-round, all being within walking distance. Your four-legged friend will be in their element if you choose to bring them along.
You can park right outside the property and enjoy barbeques on the small patio that’s perfect for afternoon and evening al fresco dining or sundowners.
Pull back the bedroom curtains and gaze out over the fields towards the sea while you plan the day’s activities from this characterful Cornish cottage. The Old Dairy is honest and loving, perfect for a family holiday full of coastal adventures.
Tregiffian Veor is a small hamlet of converted farm buildings and cottages set high above Gwenver. It’s a dramatic area in terms of beauty with some of the most spectacular coastal walks in West Cornwall on your doorstep. Sennen Cove is a short drive away with two great surf schools, beach bar and a good local pub. Further afield it's an easy drive to Penzance, Mousehole and St Ives which are all worth a visit.
Downstairs there's a generous living room with the all important wood burner to take the chill from a cooler evening and make a winter stay a joy.
cooking & eating
The kitchen dining room is in the newer part of the cottage and offers all you need to cook great dinners the family will enjoy. Mark, the owner, often cooks a casserole on the wood burning stove.
The three bedrooms are upstairs. The master bedroom with a king size bed and sea views out towards the Scilly Isles while the second king and twin bedrooms look over the countryside.
The family bathroom has a shower over the bath.
The Old Dairy has a small patio with a barbecue that's perfect for afternoon and evening al fresco dining and sundowners.
useful to know...
PARKING: There's room for a car, two if you're careful, outside of the cottage.
WI-FI: There is free unlimited Wi-Fi at the property.
HEATING: The cottage has a mix of night store and electric panel heaters, plus of course the wood burner that warms the whole place.
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.
ACCESSIBILITY: The road leading to the barn is quite rutted. You will need to drive very slowly and would not be suitable for low slung vehicles. The internal stairs, as in all old cottages, are steep so it may not be suited to those with limited mobility so do call us first to make sure it’s suitable for you.
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 DAY: Changeover is usually Friday. Do check with us if your dates don't quite fit as we will always try to help.
what guests are saying...
"We absolutely loved our stay in this cute cozy cottage, our days were spent walking our 2 dogs along the many breathtaking beautiful coastal paths and our evenings in front of the fire. The cottage boasts all the modern amenities and well equipped for all our needs.This place really felt like a home from home we will definitely be staying again"
Stewart R. - December 2018
"Fabulous spacious cottage set in beautiful scenery. The cottage was clean, homely and well equipped. Gwynver beach is a short, but steep walk from the cottage. you’re rewarded with a stunning view, fewer people and great waves. The local area has lots to offer too, a walk to Lands End, Minnack Theatre, St Michaels Mount, Sculpture Garden and the pretty village of Mousehole to name but a few. We shall definitely return."