Trevorrow House was built in the 19th century and has been completely
renovated and equipped to a high standard. The accommodation is light,
airy and spacious. The location, in the heart of Newlyn, is particularly
good. Newlyn is a busy working fishing port between Penzance and Mousehole.
Trevorrow house is almost adjacent to the Newlyn Art Gallery, on a
good bus route, and a level walk to Penzance and moments from the
sea and a cycle path to Marazion. Opposite is the famous Jelbert's
ice cream shop, and there are cafes, shops and all amenities of the
village within a few steps.
West Cornwall is dotted with prehistoric sites and relics of its tin
mining heritage, and there are many coastal and inland walks. There
are many beaches nearby, with Mount's Bay and St Michaels Mount at
Marazion particularly close at hand. Art galleries are everywhere,
particularly in St Ives. From Penzance you can get trains or buses
to most parts of Cornwall (eg Eden project, Maritime Museum at Falmouth),
and a helicopter or ferry to the Isles of Scilly. Sport and leisure
activities are also available locally. There are plenty of leaflets
in the house.
There are 3 bedrooms: two double (one en-suite with shower and
WC) and one single, and a bathroom with WC, bath and shower.
A cot is also available. Downstairs, the kitchen-dining room
is beautifully presented with built in dishwasher, washer-drier,
fridge-freezer, cooker, microwave. There is seating for 6 plus
a high chair. In the lounge there is a TV, DVD / CD player and
video, and plenty of toys and games, plus lots of local interest
books. Outside there is a small pebbled garden to the front,
with parking to the side.
Weekly rental prices vary from £200 to £450. Deposit 25%,
balance 8 weeks before arrival
To book, for further details or to check availability please
contact Mrs J Richards
tel (+44) 0161 427 1426