Dunroamin is positioned on the hill above Sennen Cove. This wild part of Cornwall is awash with dramatic headlands, crashing surf, hidden beaches and stunning views of a gorgeous coastline. The south west coastal path is within easy reach of this delightful holiday home which is the perfect location to explore, be it walking the coast path, going to the beach or visiting the local tourist attractions.
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Dunroamin is a well presented, 4 bed house, with a light and airy feel and all modern amenities. It is ideally suited to a family group with the upstairs bedroom making a perfect room for children with 2 or 3 single beds (one is a truckle bed). The large, double aspect, lounge / diner has a sliding door to the garden which in turn has views across fields to the sea. What better way to enjoy your holiday on a balmy summer's evening, with a BBQ simmering in the background, the golden sun easing down towards the sea on the horizon, a lovely glass of your favourite tipple in hand while surrounded by friends and family.
Sennen Cove is one of the UK's best surf hotspots, a magical bay sandwiched between Land's End and Cape Cornwall which receives the first and often the biggest Atlantic Swells as they reach Britain. Sheltered from the prevailing westerly winds by the bulk of Pedn-men-du cliff, there is a small but beautiful sandy beach in the harbour and plenty of rock pools for exploring! The South West coast path is within easy reach and the views from this section of the walk are absolutely staggering, hard granite promontories, surf battered islands, lighthouses, sea birds, secluded coves, beaches, the list goes on... This is an unbelievably stunning part of the county and you will cherish memories of your holiday.
Ground floor: The front door leads into a utility room and flows through into the kitchen with a full range of fitted units. Further door opens into a hallway with more doors leading to: open plan double aspect living / dining room with sliding door into the garden. Master bedroom (5' bed) with sliding doors on to the garden and en suite shower room. Further double bedroom (4'6" bed). Bathroom with bath, shower (not pictured), WC and basin. Link bedroom with single bed and stairs leading to:
First floor: Stairs open directly into spacious, large bedroom with two single beds and a third truckle bed. This is an ideal bedroom for children as the ceilings are quite low.
Exterior: Parking for 3 cars to the front of the property. There is a garden with picnic table, kettle barbecue and swing.
Facilities & Services
The property has electric night storage heating. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and separate fridge & freezer. There is a washing machine and tumble dryer. The lounge area has a flatscreen digital Freeview TV with an integrated DVD player, CD & Radio. There is an iron & ironing board. There is a cot and high chair available on request. There is WiFi available at the property.
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to bring your own beach towels. Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome at an additional £25 per dog per week, although please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended in the house alone. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is off road parking for 3 cars. There is a BBQ.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during the quieter months of the year.
£150 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Discounts available for 4 people or less staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using two rooms only.
Sennen Cove is located between Cape Cornwall to the North and Land's End to the South. It is the most westerly surfing hot spot in the UK and is often the first beach to experience any large Atlantic depressions as they approach the UK. In January 2014 the Cove was on the front page of many national newspapers as Storm Hercules struck and breaking waves were photographed towering over the village. The beach is monitored by the RNLI life guards during the summer season and is a permanent base for a Tamar class and an inshore lifeboat. There is a slipway which can be used to launch small boats into the harbour and a number of pubs, restaurants and cafes that overlook the bay.
Land's End is a stunning granite promontory that is the most south western point on the mainland. The tourist attraction that was built there in the 90s provides some great entertainment for children while overlooking the Longships lighthouse and further west towards the Scilly Isles. To the east lies Penzance and Mounts Bay with the magnificent St Michael's Mount. Before that near Porthcurno is the Minack Theatre, an open air venue which is open between May and September. Geevor Tin Mine is an education for all age groups but for children the chance to pan for gold is not to be missed.
Cape Cornwall, England's only Cape, rears 229 feet out of the Atlantic and offers spectacular views over the Western Approaches and Land's End. The Cape was acquired by the National Trust in 1987 to protect the area and its rare flora and fauna. Ornithologists can spot Cornish choughs, peregrine falcons, sparrow hawks and many other sea birds. Sheltered Priest's Cove, with its rocky beach and sea pool, is within 5 minutes walking distance and is still used by local fishermen. The Cape was originally believed to be the Western most point of the mainland but usurped when accurate cartography proved this was in fact Lands End. A mere 4 miles south (and very slightly west!) Cape Cornwall tin mine was operated intermittently between 1838 and 1883 after which time it was closed. The 1864 chimney from the mine has been left as a navigational marker for shipping traffic and stands tall on the top of the Cape.
Guest from Huntingdon stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely stay at Dunroamin' in October for a week. One of our nicest yet. Just two of us and the dog. The garden is enclosed and has plenty of space, with a picnic table to sit at for a drink in the evening. We arrived to a lovely cream tea, which is a very nice touch. We had no problem at all with parking a large vehicle in front, nor with access to the property. The Spar is very handy, and the footpath to Sennen and Lands End is heavenly if you have a dog. Eat at the Cafe and spoil yourself (the tarmac path gets steep at the bottom). All tourist sites are quick to get to, St Ives is barely a 15 minute drive. The house has plenty of room, and we didn't use the loft room at all, and there is a baby gate you can place at the bottom of the stairs. There is plenty of storage and hangers in every room. The beds and pillows are very comfy. The storage heaters can be turned up with a coin, and provided us with plenty of warmth in the 14 - 18 degrees we had when we were there. The kitchen had more than enough items, including kitchen towel, washing up liquid, foil, oil, sugar and essentials for cooking. Everything was lovely and clean. Simple it may be, but my favourite thing was to have use of a dishwasher and tumble dryer on holiday. Heaven! We don't have those at home. Only one thing did we think could be improved; the water pressure in the en-suite was weak. Towels and soap are provided. We very much enjoyed reading from the ample library and doing a jigsaw on the lovely, long table in the lounge. We want one now! Thank you. We will definitely return, perhaps with some family or friends!
Guest from Northampton stayed for 7 nights.
A very well equipped cottage, had everything you could think of to make your stay easy and the cream tea on arrival was a lovely touch. Access to the property is a little unclear, do you use the private driveway of the other houses or go in front of the garage, worth checking with the owner before arrival I would advise as we weren't completely sure. Overall a lovely place to holiday.
Guest from Bristol stayed for 7 nights.
This was our third visit to this property in 12 months. We had a wonderful time as always, though the cornish weather was veriable as always. The property is well laid out, well appointed and comfortable. My father in law is disabled but he was able to access all areas and the rear garden with assistance. Everything you would need is provided. The property is in a very nice position with wonderful views of the bay.there are plenty of lovely walks near by, a farmers market is held every Tuesday in the hall behind the local school. All in all a nice property in a brilliant location and a good time is alway taken.
Guest from Southwell stayed for 7 nights.
Really lovely stay in this charming property. Very well equipped and homely. Location great for us - fit and able but I wouldn't recommend to people with mobility issues due to being on the top of steep hill -unless happy to drive everywhere. We found it to be a very comfortable home from home, with stunning views. Lots of walks locally. All mod cons yet remained a traditional feel. Lovely bedding and fab pillows. Would love to return. Plenty to do around the area. Great beach for surfing and body boarding. Great beach not too far away for dogs, although challenging access down many many steep steps - well worth it for the fabulous rock pools, deep and swim-able, dogs and kids alike! Amazing local chippy across the road. All in all we were very happy and would recommend, and return
Guest from Clitheroe stayed for 7 nights.
Arriving to a cream tea got the holiday off to an excellent start. The position of the cottage was in an ideal location to explore this part of Cornwall. The coastal walk from Sennen to Lands End was stunning. The perfect way to relax and I would have no hesitation in recommending this cottage to anyone who wanted a good and comfortable holiday base.
Guest from Leamington Spa stayed for 7 nights.
Had a brilliant stay at this fabulous holiday property! Great location, well equipped and spotlessly clean. Plenty of facilities nearby and perfect for exploring this beautiful part of the world, either by foot or car. Highly recommended, already planning our next trip, many thanks!
Guest from Leicester stayed for 7 nights.
A very comfortable bungalow with room for children upstairs. There was a lovely cream tea awaiting us on our arrival, which was very welcome. There was plenty of room for 4 of us & everything we needed was there. The views from the back were stunning & there were excellent walks straight from the door. We would return in the future. Thank you.
Guest from Ashford stayed for 14 nights.
I can't praise it enough. We had a wonderful stay which was stress free. Local amenities just around the corner, stunning views, everything you need right there! Absolutely wonderful!
Guest from Bristol stayed for 7 nights.
Very nice stay. We were two families with 4 children. The attic was perfect for the kids and the adults enjoyed the views of the sea very much. Thank you
Guest from London stayed for 7 nights.
fantastic views of Sennen Cove..some beautiful local walks. It has no gas so was a bit cold. Also was hard to find initially, but it was great. Lovely .
Guest from Herts stayed for 7 nights.
Five adults, one small child and a Spaniel puppy have just enjoyed a wonderful break at Dunroamin. The location and house were perfect for a family to spread out, to have their own extremely comfortable bedrooms and also to enjoy the very spacious dining room/front room all together. Every detail was thought of to make the stay relaxing - with an amazingly well eqipped kitchen, squashy large sofas in the front room and a huge farmhouse dining table which allowed everyone to have breakfast together and play cards at night. I especially liked the little touches, such as a make-up mirror on the bedroom window sill to give good light - something that many hotels don't even think about - and the wonderful cream tea waiting for us after the long journey. Being townies, we were so relaxed after the days spent out in the fresh air, and the bedrooms were so comfortable, that we struggled to stay awake after 9pm most nights. Ridiculous but true. If we could change one thing it would be the changeover day to a Saturday as we had to miss the first Friday owing to work commitments and found that travelling back to Hertfordshire on a Friday, with all the extra traffic - topped off by joining the M25 at rush hour - was a complete nightmare and took over nine hours. We have already talked about coming back and can only thank the owners for providing us with such a lovely place to stay.
Guest from Launceston. stayed for 7 nights.
comfortable accommodation with a10 min walk to beach. good garden. chippy & supermarket close & useful. minor maintenance required. a little difficulty accessing car parking due to commercial garage next door & alternative access closed at weekends. overall, a very pleasant stay.
Guest from Hockley stayed for 7 nights.
Dunroamin is a Very comfortable property. It has everything you could possibly need. We had one day were we had to stay in due to bad weather and was more than happy to. The lounge is large with lots of seating. Loads of excellent walks direct from the property. The large bushes in front of the lounge window hinder what would be a spectacular view.
Guest from London stayed for 7 nights.
A lovely house with fabulous views and very close to amenities. It would have been nice to have Wi-Fi connection but the fish and chip shop across the road did and was open twice a day.
Guest from Stafford stayed for 7 nights.
Home was easy to find and in a good location. There was easy access to the Coast path and Sennen cove beach. Good pub and fish and chip shop close by.
Guest from Bristol stayed for 5 nights.
Thank you so much for a fantastic stay. The cottage was beautiful and in a lovely surrounding, the cream tea on arrival was a lovely touch. The kitchen supplies were superb and had absolutely everything you could possibly need. Great views from the main bedroom and living area, really lovely to wake up to. Nice big area to park the car. Brilliant area if you're looking for a nice walk, we particularly enjoyed the walk along the cliffs to Lands End. Would I recommend this cottage? Without a doubt! I will most definitely be staying again some time in the future. Thank you
Guest from Stoke - On -trent stayed for 7 nights.
Lovely house and very homely. Facilities and equipment were plentifull and has everything needed. Fantastic view and very quiet. Very thoughtful owner left tea and scones. Neighbours were friendly and all was well organised.
Guest from Honiton stayed for 7 nights.
We had a wonderful week here, the location is stunning. If you are looking for somewhere quiet and serene this is the ideal place. Within a short walk you can see right out over whitsand bay with great views. Beside the property is a public footpath leading you out on some great walks, all the way in to lands end and in the opposite direction around the coast. A 2 minute drive and you are down in seen on cove, a quaint little village next to the sea. Down here you will find reasonably priced parking to enjoy a day at the beach. The property itself is set in a lovely location overlooking the bay. The house sleeps 8 but would only recommend four/five adults and the others for children as 3 beds are situated within the attic room with low head room. A very comfortable lounge diner looking out onto a nice green garden area for the kids to play or for a nice barbecue. Add to this the great weather we had and it was a lovely, great value for money holiday away from the hussle and bussle of every day life. Would definitely recommend to others
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