With sea views from many of its rooms, a four poster bed and a ½-acre garden, this period property has some great features.
The Old Vic is a large, detached period property with plenty of room for extended families or groups of friends, close to Sennen Cove and Land’s End. The property is set in gardens with stunning coastal views from Land’s End to Cape Cornwall. On the ground floor there is a large entrance vestibule leading to an impressive hallway, a comfortable living room complete with open fire, TV and DVD player, a study/library and a separate cosy drawing room with an open fire. The well-equipped kitchen has granite worktops and a large electric range cooker with a slow oven and gas hob. There is also a formal dining room and a spacious conservatory with breakfast area and wood burner, an ideal place to relax and enjoy the views around the coast. There are four double bedrooms and a twin bedroom, all except one with sea views.
The famous white sandy beach at Sennen Cove, popular with surfers, is a pleasant stroll across the fields and down a coastal path. The location is perfect for exploring the delights of west Cornwall, and there is easy access to the South West Coastal Path. Places nearby to visit include legendary Land’s End, with its extensive visitor’s centre, the open-air Minack Theatre or St Just, with its busy square, art galleries and craft shops. The house is also within walking distance of the famous The First and Last Inn.
The Old Vic is perfect for those who love to watch wild stormy seas and walk on wind-swept beaches while staying here. Return to the property and cosy up by one of the open fires or wood burner, and imagine tales of old Cornish smugglers. Beach 1 mile. Fish and chip shop 500 yards. Shop and pub 500 yards.