Cuddan Rose sits overlooking the centre of Mount’s Bay in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to the warm rocks and safe calm waters of beautiful Prussia Cove.
Three-quarters of a mile away, Kenneggy Sands offers slightly tricky access at high tide, but rewarding calm waters and soft sands. Access either by road then lane through farmland (4 minutes drive followed by 5 minutes walk) or walk by footpath (12 to 15 minutes) through a farmland valley. Nearby Cuddan Point provides spectacular views of St Michael’s Mount and Mount’s Bay.
Prussia Cove is ideal for walking, touring and exploring West Cornwall. Land’s End, St Michael’s Mount, Minack open air theatre and St Ives are nearby, Lizard peninsula, Helston, Falmouth and Truro are also all within easy reach of Prussia Cove.
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Cuddan Rose is a bungalow situated in its own grounds offering spacious accommodation in one of the most beautiful areas of West Cornwall just above the picturesque Prussia Cove (once the home of famous smuggler John Carter). It is also close to beautiful Cudden Point and numerous coves, giving sea views from the bungalow and garden across Mount’s Bay.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, sea view
Bedroom 2: 2 Single beds, sea view
Bedroom 3: 2 Single beds
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, wash basin and WC. Wall mounted heater and heated towel rail
Lounge: French windows leading to patio and large lawn/garden area. Open fireplace with electric fire, flat screen TV and DVD player. Ramp from double french windows (with no instep) for wheelchair access.
Kitchen/Diner: Electric oven and hob, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, washing machine.
Small Back Lobby: Cupboard housing food fridge/freezer, vacuum cleaner and cleaning materials. Cloakroom with second WC and hand basin.
Garden: Large lawned area with garden furniture and barbeque. Views over farmland and Mount’s Bay.
Arrival/Departure: Bookings are from Saturday to Saturday – arrival after 3.00pm, departure before 10.00am.
- Free WiFi.
- Rural and Sea views.
- Nightstore heating in all rooms and hall.
- Off road private parking for 3 cars + garage.
- Linen provided (please bring your own towels).
- Electricity included.
- Regret no pets and no smoking please.
Prussia Cove and Coast
Cuddan Rose is ideally located to enjoy the coast – with two coves and three very different beaches within 2.5 miles.
Prussia Cove / Piskies Cove
Prussia Cove was home to the infamous smuggler, John Carter.
Prussia Cove is the Cornish venue for a twice-yearly International Musicians Seminar (IMS) which boasts, in directive and advisory roles respectively, the illustrious duo Steven Isserlis and Andras Schiff.
The 30,000 ton HMS Warspite broke its tow off the cove in 1947 as it was being taken to the breaker’s yard. She was eventually pulled off the rocks, but then floundered again at Marazion, where she broke up.
A site of Special Scientific Interest with unique flora and fauna. Views across all of Mount’s Bay to the Lizard Peninsula and westward towards Land’s End Peninsula. Nearby are many coves and caves, which provide a nearby enjoyable coastal walk.
Kenneggy offers beautiful sands and safe calm waters. Set in an unusually quiet location, the beach access at high tide is quite steep, therefore you need to be reasonably fit and able!
A good beginners surfing spot.Occasional good right-handers breaking near the rocks at the North West end of the beach. A good place to check when Praa Sands is too big, and it doesn’t get too busy.
Praa Sands consists of a collection of mostly 20th century houses, a few small shops and a wonderful stretch of sand in a bay with good surf. Ample car parking space is available and a bus service to Penzance and Helston.
Picks up more swell than Perranuthanoe. The North end receives some protection from West winds by the point, of which a fast right sometimes breaks. The East end can have dangerous rips in a big swell. Dog free in the summer.
Lifeguard Service – The council employs a lifeguard team to cover from May 27th through to 10th September and is in operation seven days a week between the hours of 10am and 6pm. During the winter months the council provides lifeguard cover over the weekends at Praa Sands and Portreath.
Travelling from the M5 motorway near Exeter, at the last Junction (31) take the A30 (dual carriageway) across the top of Dartmoor (signposted Okehampton). Now remain on the A30 for the majority of your journey, passing Launceston and crossing through Bodmin Moor. Near Bodmin, stay on the A30. Travel on the dual carriageway heading west past Redruth and Camborne. Bypass Hayle continuing towards Penzance. Then near Marazion, at a roundabout take the A394 signposted “Helston“. At the next roundabout go straight on, enter the village of Roseudgeon. Turn right at the cross roads by the Falmouth Packet Pub, signposted Prussia Cove. Follow this road through a valley, on the other side Cuddan Rose may be found next to a lane on the right.