2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 250 metres to the beach, sensational sea views!
About Heather Stack
Hello We are Heather and Rob and we were lucky enough to purchase Trewollas in December 2015. We have always loved visiting Cornwall and in particular Sennen Cove and when Trewollas came on the market we knew it was perfect. During the first few months of 2016 Trewollas has been completely refurbished, we have put in a new bathroom, kitchen, new furniture and new wooden flooring. The cottage has been successfully rented out as a holiday home for the last 12 years and we are delighted to say that many previous renters have re booked and are already enjoying staying at Trewollas. We look forward to welcoming everyone to enjoy Cornwall's Hidden Gem! We hope you will love it as much as we do. Heather and Rob
Heather Stack purchased this Cottage in 2015
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Max two well-behaved dogs @20 each
No refunds for cancellations made after payment is made
Fab property fantastic views
A truly magical beach cottage
Trewollas has a prime position overlooking Whitesands Bay and Sennen Cove with a superb view that is constantly changing, accompanied by the soothing sound of the surf below. The cottage is fully and well equipped and tastefully furnished for a comfortable stay, excellent beds and we lacked for nothing. There is so much to do, both locally and further afield, scope for walking is excellent, altogether a great place to be and stay.
we are so happy you had such a lovely time at Trewollas and thank you for your super review. We hope to welcome you back! Best wishes Heather
Best Easter Ever
We had the best Easter ever at Trewollas Beach Cottage. The weather was absolutely perfect and the views of Sennen Cove from the cottage are exquisite. I highly recommend this cottage.
Dear Jim and DI, we are delighted you had a wonderful Easter at Trewollas and look forward to welcoming you all back, including the gorgeous Miz B! best wishes Heather
Perfect cottage with stunning views
We had the most perfect week at the cottage. The views are amazing and the cottage has everything you need to enjoy your stay. We explored the Cornish coast with our dog and 9 year old every day with so much to see and do. National Trust members, remember your cards as there are loads of places to visit. Watching the sunset each evening from the cottage over the bay made a perfect end to every day. Thank you for letting us share a little piece of your paradise.
Dear Chris, we are thrilled you had a lovely holiday at Trewollas and hope to welcome you back again. Thanks for the great review too! best wishes Heather and Rob
Our favourite holiday cottage ever!
Bowled over by the view - were quite happy on slightly inclement days just to stay in and watch the sea! Inside, the cottage has everything we could have needed (right down to the pizza wheel) and thank you so much for the lovely welcome pack - very much enjoyed. It was a bonus to discover we could walk over the headland in the evening with torches to get to a fabulous pub and restaurant (both dog friendly.)
We very much hope to be back!
Words can't really describe what a special place Trewollas is...
From the exquisite views...
To the wonderful personal touches...
The attention to detail is superb...
Many thanks Heather and Rob
thank you so much for your lovely review we are so happy you had such a wonderful holiday and loved Trewollas as much as we do! We look forward to welcoming you back!
Heather and Rob
The local area has many attractions to visit, including St. Michael's Mount at Penzance, just 10 minutes’s drive from Trewollas, and the picturesque port of St. Ives with its pretty stone cottages and narrow cobbled lanes through which to wander is only 15 minutes away. Land’s End is a walk of less than an hour from Trewollas along stunning coastal paths. The little fishing village of Newlyn and picturesque Mousehole harbour, both popular subjects for artists, are 8 miles away.
Whitesand Bay is a beautiful crescent of golden sand stretching for over one mile between granite headlands. Backed by high sand dunes and with little development, it has a very natural and relaxed atmosphere. The large tidal range produces an extensive beach of firm, fine sand at low tide, wonderful for sand castles and play, walking and relaxing. The clear Atlantic waters have consistently met or exceeded the higher quality standard for bathing water in the Environment Agency’s annual tests.
A rocky outcrop divides Whitesand Bay into Sennen Beach and to the north, Gwenver Beach. At low tide, the vast sands of the beaches join; when the tide is in, a short section of the South West Coastal Path links the beaches. At the southern end of Sennen Beach, cafes, restaurants, the pub, galleries and shops gathered along the seafront provide everything needed for a great day at the beach.
There is a lifeguard service on both beaches from May to September and, on Sennen Beach, over the Easter weekend as well. Sennen Beach provides safe bathing within the flagged zones and the Atlantic swells provide excellent surfing. There is a surf and beach hire shop below the Restaurant on the beach where you can hire beginner surfboards, intermediate surfboards, wetsuits, body boards and fins. For those of you not wanting to go into the water there are deck chairs, sun loungers and windbreaks. The conditions vary according to time and tide but waves can be found for all abilities whether novice, intermediate or expert.
Children have an absolute ball in the surf and the local surf schools offer great coaching to get them up and riding the rollers though of course just frolicking in the waves and body boarding will be excitement enough for some.If you’ve already got the surfing bug then this is the perfect place for you. If you’ve yet to try surfing then, in our opinion, there’s no better place to start…surfing.
Trewidden Gardens are steeped in history as well as natural beauty. Originally planted in the late 19th Century, the 15 acre garden offers an unforgettable orchestra of colour, particularly during the spring months. Open in spring, summer and early autumn, Trewidden is less than 15 minutes away from Trewollas.
The Eden Project and the enchanting Lost Gardens of Heligan nearby make a spectacular day out for the family. Although farther away from Trewollas (about an hour and a half), they are well worth a visit. On a much smaller scale, the Sculpture Garden at the Barbara Hepworth Museum in St. Ives is very attractive and just 15 minutes from Trewollas.
There is direct access to The South West Coast Path from the garden at Trewollas.
The South West Coastal Path includes two UNESCO World Heritage sites – The Jurassic Coast and the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape. Running from Minehead in Somerset to South Haven Point near Poole in Dorset, the path is Britain’s longest National Trail and encompasses wonderful scenery, wildlife and history. Land’s End is about an hours' walk from Trewollas along a stunning section of the path, which has recently been sensitively paved in places.
The Minack Theatre, just 10 minutes’ drive from Trewollas, is Cornwall’s renowned “theatre under the stars”. The audience nestles amongst the cliffs, with the coastline providing a wonderful backdrop to performances on the stage below. The theatre’s programme of plays, opera and musicals run from May to September. The Minack’s beautiful sub-tropical gardens cascade down beside the paths to the theatre and are a great example of successful planting in a challenging situation. The gardens, gift shop and café, which has stunning views, are open year-round – there is a modest entry fee, so allow sufficient time to make the most of your visit.
The Savoy Cinema in Penzance is an attractive small cinema with three screens, predominantly showing mainstream releases. Built in 1912, it claims to be the longest continuously-running cinema in the UK. With its cosy atmosphere, small café and restaurant, it makes a nice change from the multiplex.