Glebe Farmhouse is a traditional 19th century granite cottage, the living room feels contemporary but then there are some lovely character features including a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, typically thick walls and exposed beams. The lawn garden is walled, private and enclosed and this quiet hamlet is virtually free from traffic.
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Glebe Farmhouse boasts 4 bedrooms for 6 people with a master bedroom with en suite shower room, downstairs is a spacious living room and an open plan kitchen dining room with huge inglenook fireplace and cosy wood-burning stove to warm up those bleak winter evenings, as this is the hub of the house you can while away family evenings playing board games.. With expanses of countryside in most directions a holiday at Glebe Farmhouse will supply you with ample amounts of silence, and with virtually no light pollution the stars at night are incredible.
Brane is centrally located to the west of Penzance. Here Cornwall is narrow so everywhere is close - the north coast from St Ives round to Lands End, the magical beach at Sennen Cove, Cape Cornwall and the Heinz Monument with the sea water pool in the bay below. On the south coast, Lamorna Cove, the golden sands at Porthcurno and the Minack Theatre are all well worth a visit. Carn Euny is very close, and across this stretch of Cornwall there are plenty of neolithic attractions, stone circles, the Men an Tol stone ring is a must-see and a lovely walk.
Ground Floor: Enter through the rear door into the utility room with washing machine and separate fridge and freezer: Door leads through into the open plan, double aspect kitchen / dining room with fully fitted units, a dining table and chairs, large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. Door leads through to hallway with exterior door into garden, stairs to the first floor and door to lounge which has a large L shaped sofa, flat screen TV and windows to the garden.
First Floor: The stairs open on to a spacious landing with rural views and doors leading to; Family bathroom with shower over, WC and hand basin. Single bedroom with storage. Double bedroom with 4'6" bed and storage. Second single bedroom with storage. Master bedroom with 4'6" bed, storage and en-suite shower room with WC and hand basin.
Exterior: Parking for 2 cars in a dedicated lay by opposite the property. There is a dog proof garden and plenty of rural farmland around the property. There is a table and chairs and a barbecue.
Facilities & Services
There is an oil central heating system and a wood burning stove in the kitchen / diner. The kitchen has a range of cupboards & work tops. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle and separate fridge & freezer. There is a dishwasher. There is a washing machine in the utility room. The sitting room has a digital smart TV with Netflix, BBC iPlayer, 4OD, ITV hub etc, There is also a DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board. There is unlimited WiFi, current speed of approx. 3GB.
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is parking available for 2 cars on the drive. Regrettably there is no smoking. A maximum of 2 well behaved dogs may stay at a small additional price of £25 per dog per week. Dogs may not be left unattended in the property. There is a cot and high chair available on request.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Low occupancy discounts of 10% for a couple are available out of season when using only one bedroom.
Brane is a small hamlet most notable for Carn Euny which is an archeological site where there is one of the best preserved Iron Age villages in Cornwall with round houses and underground stone walled passages known as Fogou's, the village was inhabited from the Iron Age to the end of the Roman occupation, approx 400BC - 400AD. As Cornwall is so narrow, this location gives excellent access to everywhere, from Lands End, Sennen, Cape Cornwall, Porthcurno, Mousehole, St Michaels Mount and the Minack Theatre to name a few!
Mousehole is a picturesque fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Land's End, that has retained much of its old world charm. The narrow streets are filled with galleries, small shops and restaurants. Local cottages built from Lamorna granite, cluster together around the inner edge of the harbour, these are protected from the force of the sea by two robust breakwaters. Car parking in the village is extremely limited due to the narrow roads and visitors are encouraged to park on the outskirts of the village. The tiny village was overcome by the loss of the Penlee lifeboat, the Solomon Brown, just before Christmas 1981. Most of the crew was from Mousehole. On the anniversary of the Penlee Lifeboat tragedy, the Christmas Lights are turned off for one hour as a mark of respect for the crew who died whilst trying to rescue those on the Union Star off Lamorna.
The Mousehole Christmas lights are famous throughout Cornwall and are well worth visiting. Just offshore from the harbour is St Clement's Isle, a small group of rocks where an ancient hermit was said to have lived. A few hundred yards along the coast from the village is a huge cave, which is believed to give rise to the village’s unusual name. This is unlikely but the origin of the name is still a mystery. It is possible to walk west along the Coastal Path to Lamorna Cove, looking down on Tater Du Light on the way. To the east is Newlyn, the largest fishing port in the South West.
Penzance is just a 10 minute drive away. Every June, Penzance holds the Golowan (Feast of St John) & Mazey Day celebrations. This week long celebration attracts many visitors and traffic is banished from the centre of Penzance during Mazey Day when the streets become lined with stalls and hold colourful processions. From Penzance harbour you can catch a ferry to the Isles of Scilly. The sub tropical gardens of Morrab are definitely worth visiting.
St Ives (Cornish: Porth Ia) lies north of Penzance and west of Camborne on the coast of the Celtic Sea. In former times it was commercially dependent on fishing but has become renowned for its number of artists. The Tate St Ives exhibits work by modern British artists, including work of the St Ives School. The three storey building lies on the site of an old gas works, overlooking Porthmeor Beach. The Tate also manages the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. The St Ives September Festival, runs annually and is one of the longest running and widest ranging Festivals of the Arts in the UK. It last 15 days and includes a range of arts from music to poetry, film, talks and books. St Ives harbour is still a working port where you can watch the local fishermen landing their daily fresh catches of locally caught seafood. It is very sheltered and a perfect sun-trap in the heart of the town. Porthmeor beach has fine golden sand and is a wonderful beach for surfing with a surf school. During the summer trained lifeguards ensure the bathing is as safe as possible. There are restaurant and cafe facilities right on the beach with toilets and beach huts on the terrace behind.
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Low occupancy discount based on a couple using one room.
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