Parc An Grouse Self Catering Barn Conversion
Will sleep a family of 4 with private entrance and beautiful sea views.
Parc An Grouse is situated overlooking the ocean close to a quiet beach and just a short walk from St. Keverne village on the Lizard peninsula in South West Cornwall.
St Keverne is a peaceful, friendly village situated on the Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly area of mainland England. It is within easy access of many beaches, fishing coves and coastal walks. The village has a store, butcher, newsagent, post office and two public houses which serve good food. Frenchman's Creek, made famous by Daphne du Maurier, Helford Passage, and Kynance Cove are among the many local places of interest: Truro, St Ives Penzance and Lands End are all only 40 minutes drive away.
This unspoilt area offers coastal and inland walks and the opportunity to visit the many wonderful gardens of Cornwall including Heligan and the magnificent Eden Project.
Various sized boats may be hired at the nearby Helford Estuary. Divers can explore the numerous wrecks and reefs along the coast including the notorious Manacles Reef where many ships have met there end. Dive charters can be arranged with Dive-Action diving services in the village.
Electricity, towels and all linen are supplied, also 28 widescreen Sky TV and DVD player.
Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
We now have available our new barn conversion with well equipped en-suite rooms also three large family en-suite rooms, each room has LCD TV with freeview, tea/coffee making facilities also a fridge in the family rooms.
Self Catering Accommodation
Our new self catering barn conversion will sleep up to a family of 4 with kitchen area, private entrance, new patio with stunning sea views. The en-suite bedroom has a double and single bed there is a day bed in the lounge for a 4th person, you can also park right outside your door.
Diving Holidays Cornwall
The coastline surrounding Parc-An-Grouse is very popular with divers due to the number of ships that have met their fate on the rocky outcrops that dominate the coastal approaches.
Many of these wrecks can be reached with a minimum amount of effort, with a number of beaches close by that permit divers to launch and retrieve their boats (the closest to Parc-An-Grouse is Porthoustock, just half a mile away). Dive trips can be arranged with any of the two local dive operators.
Walking Holidays Cornwall
Parc-An-Grouse situated on the Coast Path, offers Walkers and Bird Watchers superb Bed and Breakfast Accommodation right in the heart of some of the most beautiful Cornish countryside.
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