Bonython Farmhouse is is a beautifully furnished, detached property occupying a very private position on the edge of the Bonython Estate.
Renovated to a 5 star standard, the accommodation has been designed with great thought and style for the privacy of the occupants including all five bedrooms being en-suite.
Guests are welcome to explore the beautiful Bonython Estate Gardens - some 20 acres with a recently renovated walled garden and potager and a hidden valley with three small lakes. The gardens are one of ‘The Great Gardens of Cornwall’.
Bonython Estate is a traditional mixed agricultural Cornish estate with ancient manor, farm and woodland stretching almost from one side of the Peninsula (the Helford River) to the other (the beach at Poldhu Cove) with both shores just over a mile away.
The Estate is close to the amenities of the small towns and villages nearby. It is perfectly placed for exploring the beautiful coves and coastal pathways, the majority now owned by the National Trust.
The Lizard offers that beautiful unspoilt mix of Cornish magic with world-renowned beaches such as Kynance Cove and Kennack Sands and numerous fishing villages including Coverack, Cadwith and Mullion, famous for Cornish crab and lobsters.
Sleeps ten guests in five en-suite bedrooms, including one ground floor double bedroom.
Under 10 minutes’ drive to the coast.
Front and rear gardens.
Two wood burning stoves.
Children and infants welcome.
Travel cot and highchair available on request.
Two well behaved dogs welcome.
Two electric ovens with hobs and one further oven only.
Two fridge/freezers, two dishwashers and one microwave.
Washing machine and tumble dryer.
Three televisions with Sky TV.
Two DVD players.
CD player and digital radio.
Wooden tables and chairs seating 10 (summer months only).
Two sun loungers and charcoal barbecue (summer months only).
The Lizard Peninsula has many wonderful villages including Cadgwith, Coverack and Mullion
The closest towns are Porthleven and Helston.
The Lizard has many renowned beaches such as Poldhu Cove, a favourite amongst locals and visitors, surfers and wildlife watchers and Kynance Cove, with its contrasting wide sandy beach and the dark red and green serpentine rock producing breath-taking sights.
Kennack Sands is near the village of Kuggar comprising of two beaches with some grassy areas which are divided by a small hill called Carn Kennack.
There is a nature reserve to the east of the beach which can be reached along the footpath which runs along the back of the beach and over Carn Kennack.
Other gardens within easy driving distance include Trebah Garden and Glendurgan Garden at Mawnan Smith, Bosvigo Gardens and Trelissick Garden near Truro and St. Michael’s Mount by Marazion.