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Creekside is a character cottage renovated whilst retaining traditional features. It is in an elevated position offering glorious views towards the creek and Gweek Classic Boatyard. There is a fabulous village pub with a restaurant and also a village shop close by. Gweek is home to the National Seal Sanctuary.
Gweek is an ideal base for explorng Cornwall. It is approximately one hour's drive from the Eden Project, Land's End 30 min from The Lizard Point and 40 min from St Ives.
The cottage has a parking area directly in front of the garden. Steps lead up to a gently sloping garden.
Granite steps lead up to the cottage which has an open plan living and dining area with an ornamental fireplace and Cornish range (these are not operational and the cottage is warmed by oil fired central heating).
The kitchen leads off from the dining area and is adjoined by a utility room with washing machine. There is a small rear courtyard. The cottage has three bedrooms, the master bedroom has a kingsize bed and views over the creek, there is a bedroom with bunkbeds and creek views. The back bedroom has a double bed (only accessible from one side).
The bathroom has a w.c., sink, rolltop bath and separate shower.
Internal area: 100m2
At the northern end of The Lizard peninsula in West Cornwall, our holiday cottages in Helston are in a town famed for its annual medieval Furry Dance (Flora Dance to the locals), well positioned just 12 miles from Penzance and 9 miles from Falmouth and in a wonderful position for enjoying the stunning Lizard Peninsula.
Head out from your self-catering holiday cottage in Helston for the day to enjoy the second oldest town in Cornwall where tales of Saxons go back to the 6th century and a charter was granted to the town in 1201. History since then has seen the town prosper as a tin mine and relics of Helston’s dramatic past can be found all around town – as can they be found throughout the Lizard Peninsula.
From your cottage in Helston you may well want to visit the Helston Museum full of historic memories, follow the Helston Town Trail from the Guildhall to learn even more, explore the National Trust Penrose Estate on foot or bicycle, or take a ride on the Helston Railway – an ongoing steamy restoration project. The town also has all the conveniences you need on holiday including two grocery stores and a petrol station.
We’ve found a marvelous selection of cottages for you in Helston and our holiday lettings here make an ideal base for exploring the rich local culture and history, or heading out to other nearby attractions and beaches, including the famous Cornwall surf break at Porthleven, and the beaches at Gunwalloe, Poldhu Cove and Mullion Cove – to name but a few! From here, you’re also only an easy 40 minute drive from Land’s End and all that lies in between.View more about Helston
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