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A delicious and complimentary Cornish breakfast on the day of your departure, a beautiful village pub within 200 yards and one of the top ten beaches in the world on your doorstep! - What more could you ask for from a holiday property! These are just a few of the many benefits on offer when renting Penver Studio, a delightful and cosy little apartment located in the very heart of this truly unspoilt Cornish village - in fact it is still possible to walk down to the farm and purchase a bottle of unpasteurised milk for your morning cornflakes - delicious and straight from the cow! Penver Studio is an annexe apartment attached to the owner's house however it has its own private entrance and two separate seating areas in the pretty gardens with glorious views down over the valley.
Why not book this property for Christmas!! Complimentary Christmas Dinner will be cooked and brought to you on Christmas Day!
The studio is simply yet tastefully furnished with a bright decorative palette and all of the essential elements that you would expect from a holiday home. The owners of Penver Studio are very happy to offer guests a complimentary cooked breakfast on the day of your departure so that you do not have to panic and wash up all before 10.00am!(complimentary breakfast during short breaks by negotiation) The peaceful and tranquil setting of Treen is much sought after by walkers as the coastal path runs just on the outskirts of the village and leads down to Ped n Vounder beach which lies at the foot of the Porthcurno Valley and home to the world famous Minack Theatre. This most photographed beach was voted as one of the top ten beaches in the world in a recent BBC travel survey. Penver Studio is a very pretty little holiday home that offers a number of unique benefits - but hurry as it will not be a secret for too long!
Complimentary tickets to the Minack Theatre
Book a stay at the lovely Penver Studio in Treen during 2013, and you'll receive free general admission tickets to the Minack Theatre (not show tickets)
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Entrance through main driveway gate and stable door to apartment. Small hall for cloaks and boots. Open plan living space with double bed, additional furniture and sofa. Wall mounted flat screen TV with integral DVD player. Kitchenette with fitted units, double ceramic hob plates, microwave & grill oven, under counter fridge. Shower room with electric shower, hand basin with light and shaver point, WC, wall mounted fan heater. Tiled floor with under floor heating. Full night storage heaters throughout the studio. Outside: Two seating areas with garden furniture amongst flower beds with shrubs and bedding plants. Views over the valley. Please note: Guests are kindly asked to refrain from smoking inside the property and unfortunately pets are not accepted.
Treen village is a beautiful little time capsule of a forgotten Cornish era. Relatively unchanged for hundreds of years, this pretty little enclave sits just behind the mighty headland of Treryn Dinas (an Iron Age promontory fort) that overlooks the Penberth Valley and Porthcurno Cove to the west. Until recently, visitors could walk up to the farm right in the centre of the village and buy a pint of warm unpasteurised milk and home made clotted cream! Our Treen cottages are perfect for your holiday in Cornwall. No matter the occasion, or time of year, we have the cottages in Cornwall that will be right for your holiday!
The village is world famous for the story of the Logan Rock (also the name of the great village pub) which despite being lost in the mists of folklore is based on actual fact. The Logan Rock is an 80 ton boulder that is perched right on the very edge of the cliffs and rumour has it that with very little pressure, the boulder would rock to and fro. In 1824, a shore party from the naval cutter HMS Nimble, led by Lt Goldsmith inextricably levered the rock and sent it crashing down to the beach below. The residents of West Cornwall were so annoyed that they lobbied the Navy to strip Lt Goldsmith of his commission unless he replaced the rock at his own cost. The rock was finally replaced at 4.20pm on Tuesday 2nd November 1824. The rock may have taken a few minutes to dislodge but the whole enterprise of replacing the rock took at least 60 men, almost SEVEN months to complete and at a personal cost to Lt Goldsmith of ÃÂ£134! Come by and see Logan rock for yourself when you stay in one of our cottages in Treen.
After visiting Logan rock, pop by the local pub, which dates back over 400 years and serves great locally sourced food and fine Cornish ales. It also has a wonderful collection of cricket memorabilia in the rear snug. Well worth a visit!
We have cottages year round in Treen, so whether youÃ¢ÂÂre looking for an Easter break, or a summer holiday, weÃ¢ÂÂll have the holiday cottage in Treen thatÃ¢ÂÂs right for you. Contact us today to start your holiday now!
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