- £520 per week
- £74 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- Cooking hob
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 WC (in total)
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 0.2 miles
- Pub 0.2 miles
- Shop 0.2 miles
- Tennis court
- On one level
Important - Please note
- Preferred changeover day: Saturday
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Stargazey named after the pie made famous in the Mousehole Cat story, is a 2-bedroomed first floor apartment within an attractive building. Situated in the picturesque valley of Porthcurno, just a few minutes walk away from the South West Coastal Path and the perfect base for exploring coastal scenery. Offering free use of the tennis courts in the valley. The Minack Open Air Theatre, carved out of the natural rock on the cliff edge, is close by where you can watch a performance with the sea as a magnificent backdrop. The village pub is convenient for those days when cooking is just too much effort! The Porthcurno beach cafe is 3 minutes walk, ideal for morning coffee or a cream tea. The Porthcurno Telegraph Museum is also located in the valley and well worth a visit. The perfect accommodation for couples and a furry friend seeking a retreat away from everyday life.
Stargazey is below the flat Aquarius so if you wanted to be close to other family or friends they would be ideal to book together.
Lounge: TV, DVD player, sofa, armchair, patio doors.
Kitchen: Electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, dining table to seat six.
Bedroom 1: Double bed (4'6"), wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds (2'6"), wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Bathroom: Electric shower over bath, basin, w.c.
GARDEN AND PARKING: Private patio, patio furniture, barbecue. Use of communal enclosed courtyard (dogs welcome). Two reserved parking spaces in the car park is opposite the apartments. Free use of tennis courts opposite.
Changeover Day: Saturday - arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am.
Pet Welcome: 1 dog welcome; £25 per week. Information about bringing your pet.
Power and Heat: Wi-Fi provided, central heating, electricity included in rent.
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen and towels provided, please bring your own beach towels.
Baby Equipment: Cot, highchair available on request. Please bring your own cot bedding.
Shop: 350 yds Pub: 400 yds
Our first real taste of Cornwall and one we wish to repeat. Most wonderful scenery and plenty of places to visit and walk to. Apartment accommodated us all including our 4 month old daughter. Thought about taking up squatters rights on a permanent basis!
Last year two weeks wasn't enough, this year three weeks isn't enough!
What a lovely apartment, cosy, beautifully presented and well equipped. The sun shone, the Atlantic breezes blew our urban cobwebs away. Will definitely return to Stargazey
Finally managed to eat some "Stargazey pie" on Tom Bawcock's Eve at The Ship in Mousehole
The spectacular coastline spanning the southern edge of West Cornwall is home to some truly idyllic, picturesque villages and hamlets. From Mousehole in the east (where one of the county’s most impressive Christmas lights display can be found), along the coast to Porthcurno, where the world-famous Minack Theatre is located, right round to Sennen Cove and Land’s End; the county and country’s most south-westerly point.
The approach to Sennen is along a winding lane through beautiful moorland and as you start the descent into the village you can’t help but spot the white-crested waves heading onto shore making Sennen Cove Cornwall’s popular surf hotspot. With a mile of soft white sand and a picturesque harbour, the village combines a working fishing port with an easy-going surf style.
The area’s beaches are a draw for holidaymakers and locals alike and offer great surfing and safe bathing within flagged areas. A range of local independent shops, galleries, cafés and eateries are all within an easy walk along the seafront.
The striking cliffs and mighty ocean are contrasted by the peaceful countryside; enjoy both extremes or, for a totally different experience, explore the area’s mining heritage or take the short drive to Penzance and sample the shops, pubs and restaurants of the town. St Ives, with its art galleries, beaches and foodie culture, is just over half an hour’s drive.