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With views over Cadgwith Cove - that are as mesmerising in the summer as they are spectacular in the winter, Inglewidden Vean and Ruan are two of three adjoining cottages that sit on the cliffs above Cadgwith. Townplace, Serpentine and Elm are the other cottages in this cluster and they are all a short walk from the centre of the fishing village, with its beaches, cafe and shops or for the more adventurous, there are some beautiful circular walks on the Lizard, including Kynance Cove, Kennack Sands and just around the corner the spectacular collapsed sea-cave called the Devil's Frying Pan. After all this exploring, enjoy a well earned pint in the local pub listening to the local fishermen singing.
If you would like to go on holiday and explore this part of the country you can find out more about our other West Cornwall holiday cottages here.
Heating: Rointe digital electric heating system.
Parking: In the car park above the cottages which is approx 30 yards away.
Garden: There is a garden with a picnic table to the front of the cottage.
Utilities/ Electricals: The washing machine and tumble dryer is a combined washer/dryer.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Offers: All National Trust car parks on the Lizard free to guests on production of their booking information.
Logs - Supply of seasoned beech and ash logs from a local National Trust plantation available: £5 for one night, £10 for two, £15 for three or £20 for an unlimited supply for the duration of your stay.
Barbeque – provided on request.
Local Suppliers: Guest discount offered to National Trust guests by Lizard Adventures and Dan Joel Surf School www.danjoelsurf.com
Cycle Hire: Porthleven Cycle delivers bicycles to your cottage and collects them at the end of your stay.
Please Note: The cottages at Cadgwith are close to high cliffs so young children will need to be supervised.
Cornwall may be steeped in Celtic history yet it also offers the uncomplicated joy of a day spent by the sea. From the picture-box charms of the villages and towns of St Ives, Polzeath and Port Isaac to the raw natural beauty of the coast, one trip to this part of the world is often just the start of many more. Remember to pack some good walking boots and you will be set for life!