Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Gwendreath - A "Wild Escape" everyone can enjoy this summer

Located on The Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, a stunning and unique ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and England’s most southerly point, Gwendreath is perched in rolling fields sloping down to the shoreline of this spectacular stretch of coast.

Despite the area’s rugged beauty and wild surroundings, the two-storey farmhouse has recently been converted into an oasis of calm providing the perfect place to relax whether as a family or small group of friends.

As much a holiday home as a ‘home away from home’, Gwendreath boasts a large fully fitted kitchen with a range of modern equipment including an espresso machine. There is also a handy utility room that is separate to the kitchen with space to store beach/walking/surfing paraphernalia.

Boasting magnificent views, the dining room is the perfect place to enjoy meals with its spectacular vista and the lounge is great for relaxing after a day’s activities with comfy sofas, wood burning stove, flat screen digital TV & DVD player and a music system with iPod docking station.

Sleeping 8 in four bedrooms, the master suite has a king size bed and shower room and there is a further king size bedroom, both with sea views. There is also a double room and bunkroom and a separate family bathroom with freestanding bath.

Outside, make use of the external furniture and barbecue facilities in the semi-wild garden and a short walk away through a wooded valley is Kennack Sands, great for a day on the beach with its golden sands and clear rock pools.

Further along the coast path is Lizard Point with its lighthouse and the charming village of Cadgwith, a tiny fishing village forgotten by the 21st Century with its whitewashed thatched cottages and fishing boats drawn up on the sand and shingle beach.

As well as lazing on the beaches and swimming in the sea, more energetic activities are available including sailing, fishing, boat trips, bird-watching, surfing and body-boarding.

Gwendreath allows up to two well behaved dogs and a week’s stay costs from £799 in April to £1999 in July and August.

For full details please visit our website

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