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Shell Seekers - Cornwall - United Kingdom

Shell Seekers

Shell Seekers Shell Seekers
Tregonhawke Cliff
Whitsand Bay
Contact: Melanie Davies
Tel No: +44(0)77320 46616 or +44 (0)1752 822068
Sleeps: 4

Shell Seekers
Shell Seekers
Shell Seekers
Shell Seekers

Shell Seekers cabin is located on Tregonhawke Cliff at Whitsand Bay on the Rame Peninsula, Cornwall. Otherwise known as Cornwall's forgotten corner and recently shown on Caroline Quentin's TV programme 'Cornwall'. The pretty chalet was rebuilt in 2009 and has everything required for that perfect getaway. It is one of the easier to access on the cliff being only 100 metres from the road and just 250 metres from the beach Perfect for couples or a small family, it will sleep 4 in 2 bedrooms. Dogs are welcome.

Shell Seekers is suitable for a couple or a small family. The cabin has an open plan sitting/dining room with a spacious modern and well equipped kitchen area with eye level oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine etc. Enjoy winter at its best in Cornwall in the warm and inviting sitting room in front of a roaring log fire. We also have central heating through out. There is a Flat screen TV,DVD and Stereo.

There are 2 bedrooms, the first being a double bedroom, and on a clear night watch the Eddystone lighthouse and the fishing boats twinkling in the bay from the window. The 2nd bedroom has a single full length loft bed and 1 smaller single bed which is ideal for a person less than 165centimetres (5'4"). In summer open the French doors and allow summer breezes in and enjoy Al Fresco dining on the large deck whilst barbecuing on the Gas BBQ and counting shooting stars. There is an attractive outside deck with large table with chairs. We also have a summer house in the garden, which is perfect for storing surf boards, wet suits, luggage etc. The modern bathroom has a P bath and shower

From Shellseekers cabin there are stunning views down the coast to the Lizard and to Rame Head. While away the day beach combing, rock pooling or enjoy some of the magnificent coastal walks. You may even spot a pod of dolphins or an occasional basking shark. Barbecue on the deck in summer or be cosy when it's chilly in front of the log burner. The beach has lifeguards in the summer months and is dog friendly. There is a surf school on Tregonhawke beach. The View restaurant (also mentioned on TV) is close by where you can watch the spectacular sunsets over the bay whilst enjoying a glass of wine on the terrace. The local Cliff Top Cafe serves great breakfasts and is only a few minutes away.

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