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Located deep in the rural heart of the Land's End peninsula, The Burrow is a delightful and well appointed holiday home that is ideally suited to a young family or just a couple who want to get away from it all. Recently renovated to a very comfortable standard, the property forms the lower floor of the owners second home however they tend not to use the property during the peak season and therefore you are assured of a peaceful and uninterrupted holiday in a tranquil setting. One of the many benefits in staying at The Burrow is the addition of a large conservatory which is perfect as an additional room for the children or for eating under the Cornish night sky. Double doors lead onto a small garden area with a gas BBQ - perfect for that glass of chilled wine while the steaks sizzle after a hard day on Porthcurno Beach (3.5 miles)!
The parish of St Buryan also encompasses the village of Lamorna, and shares boundaries with the village of Sancreed, the market town of St Just and the picturesque cove at Sennen with its mile and half of stunning white sand is a true Mecca for surfers and families alike. Named after the Irish Saint Buriana, the village is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has been a designated conservation area for the last ten years. This traditional Cornish village has two shops (one is also a Post Office), a good local pub, an antique shop and a stunning grade one church which reputedly contains the heaviest peal of six bells to be found anywhere in the world. Located twixt the north and south coasts (a maximum of 15 mins drive to both) the area is dotted with evidence of Neolithic activity, from stone circles and Celtic crosses to burial chambers and ancient holy wells. The Burrow is an ideal holiday home as you can either use the property as a touring base to explore the breathtaking coastal scenery, relax in the peaceful garden or just combine the two!
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Steps from the car park down to the front door of the property. Hall leading to open plan kitchen and living space. Fully fitted units with Gas hob, electric oven and grill, extractor hood, integral fridge and freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Sofa seating, large flat screen wall mounted TV with free view channels, DVD player and small CD player. Large selection of books and games. Double doors leading to large conservatory and access to the garden. Dining table and chairs. Armchair seating. Bedroom One: Twin beds and additional furniture. Bedroom Two: Double bed with additional furniture and views over the garden and surrounding fields. Family Shower Room: Fully tiled with large integral shower cubicle, hand basin, WC and wall mounted heater towel rail/radiator. Central heating and laminate flooring throughout.
Outside: Garden with suitable furniture and BBQ. Parking for one car. Please note: Guests are kindly asked to refrain from smoking inside the property and unfortunately pets are not accepted. Due to the number of steps down to the property, The Burrow is not suitable for the elderly or those guests with mobility problems
West Cornwall abounds with a rich selection of traditional country villages and hamlets. They are, quite simply, what makes this part of the world so special. Set among rolling farmland and located three miles inland from Porthcurno, the delightful village of St Buryan can be found. Named after the Irish Saint Buriana, the centre of the village is dominated by the 14 century church which acts as a distinctive landmark for miles around together with its and its circular graveyard. The church is a grade 1 listed building and its six bells are said to have the heaviest peel in the country. Legends state that the 6th century saint (Buriana) was buried here after perishing whilst trying to kidnap a local king, despite Cornwall's patron Saint Piran's attempts to save her. Agriculture is strong in St Buryan, with ploughing competitions and horse shows still a regular part of summer festivities. This rural village is surrounded by several stunning ancient monuments. The famous Merry Maidens stone circle and The Pipers standing stones, to name a few, and there are ancient Christian crosses all around the neighbouring area. A few miles to the north of St Buryan lays the Carn Euny Prehistoric Village, an ancient settlement dating back to the Iron Age, which was active during Roman times.
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