Tucked away at the end of our long, untamed, garden, The Cabin provides uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside and towards the sea. It is only a stone's throw from the Penwith moors, giving direct access to the nearby Men-an-Tol and Nine Maidens, with the north coast and its coastal path only a couple of miles away.
he Cabin provides a perfect retreat for authors, artists, naturalists, bird watchers, wildlife lovers or anyone wishing to get away from city life or just to be far from the madding crowd. 'Quirky but good' said some recent visitors, which sums it up quite well.
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A snug wooden building, cosy and warm at all times of year, it includes a comfortable double bed-settee, 22" wide-screen digital TV/Radio with all FreeView channels, a quirky little bedside radio and a good sized fridge-freezer. A wide double-glazed picture window faces south with views across our countryside to the sea.
Full width decking in front of The Cabin faces due south, catching the sun from early morning until late evening - ideal for relaxing out of doors, enjoying the sometimes spectacular sunsets.
The kitchen has a full sized modern gas cooker with four graded hob burners, a main oven & 2nd oven/grill, plus a good supply of cooking utensils. The shower/toilet room has an excellent power shower, pedestal wash basin with hot and cold water and WC; now includes a thermostatic convection heater for cosy comfort on colder days. Eco Friendly containers for glass, metal, paper and domestic compostable refuse.
Wireless internet access

See the astonishing list of about 100 different moths identified by Ian and Andrea Brown: Moth List

For more information or questions about The Cabin contact Douglas Cook or Jenny Wright at:
t: 01736 36 36 77
or eMail us via the link at the bottom of this page

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