Welcome to Porthmeor Cottages
Porthmeor Cottages are located overlooking the wild Penwith moorland and the Atlantic Ocean, ideally situated for coastal walking. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, protected by the National Trust and totally unspoilt, this part of Cornwall is truly wild, and Porthmeor cottages offer a rare opportunity to experience a genuine Cornish getaway.
- Linen provided
- Wood-burning stoves
- Quality self–catering holiday accommodation situated between Zennor and Pendeen
- Only six miles to Penzance and St Ives
- Situated near the coast road in Far West Cornwall
- Walking distance to the South West Coastal Path
- Walking distance to secluded Porthmeor Cove
Staying with Porthmeor Cottages
- Sea views from your cottage
- Wood burners
- Flat–screen television
- Well–equipped kitchens
- Enclosed private lawned gardens with patio furniture
- Private parking
- Bed linen & bathroom towels provided
- Washing machine/bike & surfboard storage/wet weather drying area in the old dairy
Clippity Clop – sleeps 2
Mezzanine bedroom with kingsize bed. Comfortable lounge with dining area.
Eliza's Croft – sleeps 4
One double bedroom. One twin bedded room. Open plan lounge with kitchen and dining area.
“Our fifth time here, and hopefully many more to come . To go through the green side gate , close it behind us and amble up the path to the Croft, we enter a warm, peaceful haven that affords a stunning view of distant hills, scattered with dry stone walls that have stood for hundreds of years. On more adventurous days we visit St Ives, Mousehole, Penzance, Kynance cove, to name but a few. And all within easy reach. . . . But always nice to get back to Eliza’s Croft!”Victor, TripAdvisor
What you can do during your stay
- Wander around our privately owned Iron Age Settlement at Porthmeor with the remains of courtyard houses, round houses and a fougou.
- Take a picnic on the cliff
- Visit the Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth museum in St Ives
- Take a stroll from Marazion across to St Michael's Mount
- Walk to the renown Gurnard's Head gastro pub
- Visit Polgoon vineyard and Orchard just outside Penzance
- Take a river ferry from Falmouth or St Mawes
- Book tickets for a show at the Hall for Cornwall
- Discover the Royal Maritine Museum at Falmouth
- Visit Trengwaiton or Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, both have excellent tea rooms
- Explore the city of Truro with its magnificant cathedral
- Sennen Cove
They are open all year round, so whether you yearn for a fun–filled, sun–filled Cornish adventure or would like to kick back with a glass of wine by one of their warming log fires, they look forward to welcoming you soon.
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