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The Firs Lelant
The Firs Lelant
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The house. Our Edwardian property may be the childhood and birthplace house of author Rosamunde Pilcher, OBE. Blending the character that is classic of home with eclectic furnishings, our bright, elegant spaces look down the tranquil gardens to the sea. Staying with us. We offer a hot, friendly service in an enviable location.Both en-suite rooms take advantage of large, original sash windows doing your best with the fabulous light in this section of Cornwall. Each space has a king size sleep with comfortable mattress, luxurious bedding and wardrobe space that is sufficient. Luxury toiletries are by separate producer, Bath House. Wifi is available in both your house and garden and we offer flat screen TVs, digital radio alarms and a tea and coffee tray. Breakfasts are 'Continentally Cornish'. Seasonal fruits, cereals and yoghurts, cheeses and meats, morning meal breads and preserves. We offer a delicious daily special, cooked to order if you nevertheless have room for lots more. Where possible our produce is locally sourced.Location. Lelant is a seaside that is peaceful lying in the centre of St Ives Bay and our gardens run-down the hillside in tiers with lawns, bushes, natural herbs, flowers and pond.Turn left out of the yard gate for the coastline path plus the ten minute walk to your town coastline, Porthkidney sands. A mile of soft sand that is golden by dunes with sweeping views across St Ives bay. One of many quietest beaches in Cornwall, keep on the footpath that is coastal the 45 minute enter St Ives.Turn right out of the garden gate for Lelant's small branch line station perched regarding the water's side. Its among the request that is rare in the British railway network while the eight-minute, cliff-top journey into St Ives is believed to the most scenic train journey into the Uk Isles. Enjoy the five beaches and galleries being numerous workshops before hopping regarding the train for the journey home.Around West Cornwall. Climb Trencrom Hill behind Lelant, one of the locations where are few Britain where the sunlight rises from and sets to the sea. Explore this hilltop that is ancient which dateaas from the time of Stonehenge. The ruggedly breathtaking Penwith Peninsula has got the concentration that is greatest of ancient sites in European countries, in a landscape changed little since the Bronze age. Ancient castles, standing rocks, granite cliffs and beaches which are sandy. Here is the part that is narrowest of Cornwall, the South shore is only 7 kilometers away, using its tree-lined, cruising estuaries. With 172 beaches, from rugged, coves amid towering cliffs to wide bays of golden sand, West Cornwall is recognized for crystal turquoise waters and surf that is very good. Cornwall's beach that is longest, the 5.5km sweep from Hayle Towans to Godrevy Point, lies some 2 miles away. An part that is very important of art making for over 120 years, there are historic collections in Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum, the Bernard Leach Museum plus the Newlyn memorial. Today the region hosts a residential area that is vibrant of and craftspeople and their work can be seen and purchased at many galleries and workshops. In summer enjoy performances during the stunning, cliff-top environment of the open-air Minack Theatre. Spring brings a number of classical concerts over the peninsula by the International Musicians Seminar based at nearby Prussia Cove

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