This traditional 200-year-old, two bedroom former tin miners’ cottage is set within the Land’s End peninsula World Heritage Site and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The cottage oozes original features with granite stone walls, beamed ceilings, an inglenook fireplace and cosy wood burners. This characterful cottage is ideal for family or friends to enjoy a holiday in the ancient Cornish village of Pendeen.
The wood burners in the living and dining rooms create a focal point and a cosy place to enjoy an evening in and a meal together, prepared in the well-equipped kitchen. When you’re ready for bed, upstairs you’ll find a double bedroom with an en suite toilet and a twin bedroom, both with distant views of the Atlantic Ocean. There is a courtyard at the back of the cottage with private parking and a lovely enclosed walled garden at the front.
Wheal Holan is within easy walking distance of the magnificent South West Coastal Path and Pendeen Watch lighthouse, as well as three award-winning Cornish real ale pubs, all serving good food. The cliffs offer magnificent coastal views towards Land’s End and St Ives. Numerous hidden sandy beaches and coves are also within a short distance of the cottage.
Discover the history of the Cornish miners at Geevor and Levant Tin Mines (featured in the BBC series ‘Poldark’) where you can discover how they worked in an underground experience.