The Crow's Nest is a self-catering apartment with balcony and sea views in a converted, Grade II listed wharf house on the seafront in Penzance.
In the heart of the busy Cornish market town of Penzance, this attractive apartment has been tastefully and thoughtfully converted by the owners.
Ideal location for a holiday or touring West Cornwall.
A light and airy apartment with an abundance of beams & exposed stone walls situated on the 2nd floor - stylishly furnished and decorated.
The apartment is close to shops, pubs, restaurants, and cinema and art galleries.
Consisting of double galleried bedroom set in the roof space with views of St Michael's Mount - king-sized bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets,
Lounge/diner with French windows opening on to small balcony, 2 contemporary sofas, dining table & chairs, dresser, coffee table, flat screen freeview TV, dvd & video players, cd/radio with Ipod docking station, free WiFi, games, books, dvds.
Fully equipped kitchen with utensils, pans, glassware, crockery, cutlery etc. electric cooker, ceramic hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge-freezer, toaster, kettle & cleaning products.
Shower room with Villeroy & Boch sanitary-ware, large shower, toilet & hand basin, electric shaving socket, under floor heating & radiator - tiled throughout. Store cupboard with iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, clothes airer etc. Welcome pack.
Heating, electricity & bed linen and towels included.
Morrab Gardens in the centre of Penzance displays rare tropical plants as does Penlee Gardens which also houses the town's Museum and Art Gallery where exhibits from the Newlyn School are often on display.
Trengwainton Gardens is National Trust owned and is located on the outskirts of the town, here you can see rare plants which will grow nowhere else in the country.
A good bus and mainline train service operates within a short distance of the property. leave your car behind and take the train to the old fishing port of St Ives which is now a haven for artists and tourists alike.
The Cornish Way cycle route is within a stone's throw of the building.
On the north coast at St Just in Penwith, England's most westerly town, evidence of the tin mining industry can still be seen with the towering granite chimney stacks of the engine houses. Further along the coast towards St Ives, Geevor Tin Mine which was still operating until fairly recently is now open to the public.
West Cornwall boasts spectacular sandy beaches and small coves.
Coastal paths, golf courses, surfing, scuba diving, sailing etc can all be enjoyed within fairly close proximity to Penzance.
Visit Newlyn, Cornwall's biggest fishing port and Marazion where St Michael's Mount can be accessed by sea or on foot, depending on the tide. The quaint fishing village of Mousehole is 3 miles away and is famous for its amazing Christmas lights display - worth seeing on a short winter's break. Don't miss the stunning outdoor Minack Theatre which stages performances during the summer months and of course a visit to this part of Cornwall wouldn't be complete without a trip to Land's End.