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"Beautiful location overlooking Falmouth bay on the Lizard Peninsula suitable for a couple or small family sleeps up to 4."
Parc-an-grouse Barn ConversionTelephone - 44 (0)1326 280259
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| July/August £300-£425 per week, other weeks £150 to £250|
|Parc An Grouse is situated overlooking Falmouth bay close to a quiet sandy beach and just a short walk from
St. Keverne village on the Lizard peninsula in South West Cornwall.|
We will also be letting two of our Cottages in Coverack this Summer three bedroom Ivy Cottage and one bedroom The Old Carpenters Shop both less than 50 yards from the beach with private parking please contact us for more details, 15th July to 9th September Ivy Cottage (sleeps 5) £650 per week and The Old Carpenters Shop (sleeps 4) £550 per week please ask for other dates .
St Keverne is a peaceful, friendly village situated on the Lizard Peninsula,
the most southerly area of mainland England. It is within easy access of
many beaches, fishing coves and coastal walks. The village has a store,
butcher, newsagent, post office and two public houses which serve good food.
Frenchman's Creek, made famous by Daphne du Maurier, Helford Passage, and
Kynance Cove are among the many local places of interest: Truro, St Ives
Penzance and Lands End are all only 40 minutes drive away .
This unspoilt area offers coastal and inland walks and the opportunity to
visit the many wonderful gardens of Cornwall including Heligan and the
magnificent Eden Project.
Various sized boats may be hired at the nearby Helford Estuary. Divers can
explore the numerous wrecks and reefs along the coast including the notorious
Manacles Reef where many ships have met there end. Dive charters can be
arranged with Dive-Action diving services in the village .
We are just a five minute walk back into St. Keverne with its two pubs, restaurant and village shops also Roskilly's which is a great place to eat for all the family is close by .