Spriggans is an early 19th century granite miner's cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Carnyorth, a mile or so away from St Just, and is currently available for self-catering holidays.
This charming cottage has been gently restored by artist Frankie Webb and her archaeologist partner Reg Jackson, to retain its history and character and originality, and is comfortably furnished and equipped for 4 people. It has sunny, exciting and generous gardens, and off-road parking for 2 cars. The holiday cottage has lovely views to the south over the fields, and westward, across fields to the sea. From the front door you can walk up onto the moors, or down to the Atlantic cliffs.
Good pubs in Botallack and Trewellard are a short walk away. Penzance is about 7 miles. St Ives is about 12 miles along the Coast Road eastwards, Lands End is about 6 the other way. The bus stops just across the green, and goes to St Just, Penzance, St Ives and villages in between.
A mile and a half away in St Just there is a small but well-stocked Co-op, butchers, bakers, newsagents, a Fish and Chip shop, a Post Office and Library, Cape Cornwall Surgery, a free car park, and four good pubs.
The coast and countryside around Carnyorth have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and have also recently been awarded World Heritage Site status.
Linen is provided, but not towels
This property operates a FRIDAY changeover.