Porth Enys is a granite-fronted building situated on a pedestrian-access terrace above the main road into St Ives and Porthminster Beach is a short walk away. It is less than 250 metres from the main streets but far enough away not to be troubled by the hustle and bustle of the town. Parking and garden access is to the rear.
The cottage is centrally heated throughout and all areas are carpeted apart from the kitchen and bathroom. Wi-Fi is available.
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The large lounge has comfortable seating for up to ten persons, a 40″ flat screen TV, VCR, DVD recorder and hi-fi system. There are various books, games and some DVDs and videos for you to enjoy. Wi-fi internet access is also available. At the front there is a sofa and two armchairs and to the rear there is a large sofa and also a small casual dining table.
The Dining Room
The separate dining room retains its original architrave and is full of character.
Porth Enys has five bedrooms and the main bedrooms have plenty of wardrobe and drawer space:
The Master Bedroom has a double bed and a 19″ flat-screen TV with built-in DVD player.
The Second Double has a large flat-screen TV with built-in DVD player, and VHS player.
The Twin Bedroom has a 19″ flat-screen TV with built-in DVD player.
The Single Bedroom has a 19″ flat-screen TV with built-in DVD player.
The Children’s Bedroom has two child-size beds and a small chest of drawers (no TV).
The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven/hob with hood, an automatic washer/dryer, a fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, etc. There is plenty of cupboard space and work surface.
Bathroom and Separate WC
The bathroom has a beamed ceiling, a full-size bath with electric shower over, washbasin and WC. There is also a further separate WC.
The sloping garden is south facing and below it is a small sheltered courtyard, with a patio table and seating for 6, which is sunny for the main part of the day in high summer.
Above the garden is the large parking area with room for up to 3 cars and a stepped path leads down to the back of the property.
Linen and Heating Details
Please note that duvets and blankets are included but linen (sheets/pillowcases) is not included in the basic hire charges. Visitors should therefore provide their own bottom sheets, pillowcases, and top sheets/duvet covers. Linen Hire can be arranged, please contact us for details.
Heating and lighting costs are included in the tariff as is car parking, which is on-site.
Since the town centre is so close, all the restaurants, pubs and shops are very convenient to your holiday cottage. The Tate Gallery, the Barbara Hepworth and Town Museums are only a little further away, as is the leisure centre and swimming pool. The railway and bus stations are both close to hand making the cottage an ideal base for a walking holiday.
Views of the whole of St. Ives Bay, and elevated views over the whole of the harbour, can also be had by walking 50 yards to the Malakoff. This is a great spot to watch any of the firework displays held in the harbour.
Nearby Attractions/Things to do
St Ives is a great centre from which to explore West Cornwall. 40 minutes in the car will take you to Lands End past Zennor, Cape Cornwall and Botallack where many scenes in Poldark were filmed. The Lizard can be reached in about the same time and you can explore the beaches or the villages such as Coverack, Helford, Porthallow, or Cadgwith. A little longer in the car will get you to Port Isaac, the home of Doc Martin, or to the Eden Project. There are a number of National Trust properties to visit and Flambards with attractions for all ages.