Bryher Cottage is a beautiful Cornish Miner's Cottage, with all the character of a traditional Cornish Cottage, We've tried to make it as homely as possible, books, games, SKY TV and DVDs are all there to enjoy. Even though you're about as far South West as you can possibly go without getting wet feet, the Wi-Fi will keep you connected. The Wood Burner creates the cosiest of living rooms on stormy nights or watch the sun set over the Atlantic from the rear decked terrace.
There are uninterrupted views out towards the Atlantic. Parking is on the road outside the property. Please note that there is a small quiet park to the rear of the property.
Guests have full and private use of the house
Bryher Cottage is set in a terrace of traditional Cornish Granite cottages with the South west Coast path only 5 minutes’ walk away. To the rear of the property is a small quite park, this makes entertaining children easy while you sit on the decked area and enjoy the views. There are 3 public houses within 10 minutes’ walk of the property that offer great local food and beer. The cottage is the perfect base for you to explore this beautiful part of Western Cornwall. Bryher Cottage is steeped in history, but many modern comforts and extra special features are provided to make your holiday as enjoyable as possible. Visit Geevor (A 5 Minute walk away) or Levant Tin & Copper mine, Cornwall's No1 Mining Centre, both within walking distance, where many scenes from the recent BBC Series 'Poldark' were shot. At Geevor you can take an underground tour, at Levant, experience the Beam steam engine. Pendeen has its very own lighthouse and you can walk to it from the cottage, on misty days you can even hear it boom. Ancient Monuments are easily found. Just 10 mins drive from the cottage, will bring you two of the most well-known – Men-an-Tol and Lanyon Quoit, up on the moors where you can get the most wonderful views too. National Trust properties abound, particularly Trengwainton Gardens at Madron and magical St Michael’s Mount in Mount’s Bay, Penzance, are nearby and wonderful places to explore. Galleries’ are everywhere, painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery and more. Penlee House Museum in Penzance, features work from the famous ‘Newlyn School’ and Lamorna group of artists .The newly renovated Tate @ St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum house exciting Contemporary Art collections are just another reason to visit the fascinating harbour-town of St Ives. A must is a visit to the atmospheric cliff-top Minack Theatre at Porthcurno and experience Shakespeare, a musical or even a Roald Dahl, in the open air, under the stars. Of course, coves, beaches and harbours are what Cornwall is famous for and Portheras Cove which is the nearest beach to Bryher Cottage is a secluded sandy cove only accessible by foot with golden glitter sand and the occasional seal relaxing on the beach does not disappoint. Sennen beach is 8 miles away, a world renowned surfing beach with two local surf schools, surf hire, great restaurants and a public house. Mousehole, is a picture-perfect harbour, not to be missed, and why not call in at Newlyn for some fresh fish on your way home? Pendeen, has an excellent Village Store, Cafe, Fish and Chip Shop, Post Office, Pottery and a Farmer's Market held the first and third Saturday every month, all within three minutes walking distance of the cottage.
No smoking and No parties, come enjoy, relax be kind and please leave the cottage lovely and clean for the next guests.