The Vineyard was our home for several years and it is a delight to share this beautiful village and cottage with you during your holiday. The Vineyard is a traditional, double fronted cottage with beamed ceilings, a cosy log burner and amazing sea views from the lovely window seats.
On the ground floor is a comfortable lounge, a dining room, conservatory and modern kitchen, with a range cooker, ceramic sink, integrated dishwasher and views onto the adjoining fields. There is a small utility off the kitchen with a WC and a washing machine.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms with views to Cudden Point, a single bedroom and a new bathroom with a bath with shower over, WC and round countertop basin.
Families with small children are most welcome; high chair, stair gates, travel cot and children's crockery and cutlery is all available on request at time of booking. There will be a collection of children's books, toys and DVDs in the cottage for you all to enjoy.
All linen and bath towels are provided. Although please bring beach towels as you will certainly not be able to resist the short wander down to Perranuthnoe beach, either wrapped up warm with your wellies on for a walk in the winter, or with your bucket, spade and swim things to enjoy a sunny day on this beautiful beach, which is a particular favourite with locals!
The well known and much celebrated Victoria Inn is less than 2 minutes walk from the cottage, perfect for delicious, locally sourced meals, local beers and a happy atmosphere.
Lynfield Farm Craft Centre, once Lynfield Yard, where Gramps milked his herd of Jerseys and Guernseys, is now a hub for unique local businesses. We have a few galleries/studios for local artists, 'Linen and Clay' is definitely worth popping into for beautiful gifts and wares, The Peppercorn Kitchen Cafe, now run by Nicki and Babs has a friendly, family atmosphere, especially when you can enjoy the scrumptious food, including (in my opinion) Cornwall's best ice cream from Roskilly's Farm, sat outside in the sunshine.
With quick access onto the A30 and A394 just at the top of the lane visiting any of the attractions Cornwall has to offer is easy. The Minack Theatre and the wild walks of West Cornwall are less than 30 minutes away. The stunning St. Michael's Mount, just off Marazion is less than 10 minutes by car. St. Ives can be easily accessed during the summer by taking the park and ride train from Lelant Saltings, so avoiding the parking chaos and also to enjoy one of Britain's most picturesque train rides. The Tate Gallery, Barbara Hepworth Museum, harbour and lovely shops can all be found in St. Ives. The popular waterside town of Falmouth, with The National Maritime Museum (perfect for a wet day), shops and a vast range of boats is a 40 minute drive.
Surely, however, the best thing about a holiday in Perranuthnoe is that you can arrive happily at The Vineyard, park your car easily in your own spaces and not leave this special village for several days; a wonderful beach, unspoilt countryside, breath-taking coastal walks and some of Cornwall's best food - just perfect!