2.4 miles NE of Penzance
Sleeps 4 | dog friendly
From £499 per week
Luxury Glamping Pod in Cornwall: a beautiful wooden glamping pod in Mount’s Bay, with heavenly views of the ocean and the iconic St Michael’s Mount.
In the West of Cornwall, high above sea level in a stunning meadow, you’ll find this beautifully-built, luxury glamping pod for four. The views out to sea stretch all the way from the fishing village of Mousehole in the west to the Lizard Peninsula in the east, with the picturesque St Michael’s Mount directly ahead. It’s an ocean view that’s hard to beat. Enjoy breakfast on the deck before heading out for a day of wild swimming, walking the coast path and exploring Cornwall's hidden coves.
As soon as you step up onto the decking you’ll see that Coastal Gaze has been thoughtfully designed and built, with crafted wooden interiors framing a luxurious, relaxed, open plan living space. There’s plenty of room for four people, with a large sofa (that converts to a double bed), dining table and chairs, TV and kitchenette, fully-equipped with everything you need to prepare a picnic or evening meal - cooker, microwave, sink, fridge, toaster and kettle. At the back of the pod you’ll find a comfy double bed and an en suite shower room with a heated towel rail. Underfloor heating, double glazing and excellent insulation make this pod warm and comfortable all year round, so it’s as perfect for a wild winter escape as it is for a lazy summer break.
Outside, enjoy the tranquility whilst you settle in a chair with your morning coffee (or evening glass of wine) and gaze out to sea and the Mount, while fishing boats bob on the horizon. As the sun sets and the stars appear, light up the fire pit and gather round for a rustic barbecue, before tucking into bed feeling revitalised after a long day in the fresh coastal air.
There are two other pods in the surrounding meadow (Mount Lookout and Scenic Bay) but each is positioned so you have your own privacy and space.
Coastal Gaze welcomes one dog, so if you’ve got a four-legged friend, they don’t have to miss out on the adventure.
Out and About
If you can tear yourself away from the breathtaking views, there is so much beauty to discover across the west of Cornwall. One of the first places to visit has to be St Micheal’s Mount. This magical island castle can be accessed by foot at low tide across the causeway and at high tide by boat, from Marazion beach. If lazy beach days are on your to do list, then you are spoilt for choice. With sunny St.Ives only a short drive away, as well as Hayle and its 3 miles of golden sandy beaches to be explored, you can enjoy plenty of salt kissed, sandy moments throughout your stay.
For the adventure seekers, visit Sennen Cove, Gwithian and Porthmeor for surf lessons. You can hire equipment here too. If you love outdoor swimming visit the art deco lido in Penzance and enjoy a salt water swim. There’s even a thermal pool here, so you can take to the water even in the winter months. If you love walking, the southwest coast path is just waiting to be explored. Pack a picnic and don’t forget your swimwear and towel as there are so many hidden coves to embrace a wild swim, along your coastal ramble. The 12-mile St Michael's Way footpath is one to be discovered and to celebrate your voyage, enjoy a refreshing pint at the White Hart inn in nearby Ludgvan, one of the oldest pubs in Cornwall and luckily only a short stroll away from your humble abode.
The magical Porthcurno isn’t far away, so why not book into the famous Minack Theater and enjoy watching a show with the most stunning backdrop! Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is only a ten minute walk from your glamping hideaway and is well worth a visit. These beautiful gardens boast exotic flora and fauna and the cafe, shop and onsite gallery are well worth a visit! Take time to wander the streets of Newlyn and enjoy some fresh seafood at Mackerel Sky or a cocktail and Tapas at Lovettes. Mousehole is the next village on from Newlyn, and is full of quaint shops and lovely eateries such as The Old Coastguard and The Rockpool. We told you, there is so much to discover across this pretty corner or Cornwall you might never want to leave!
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. TV. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle. Double bed and double sofa bed. Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £499 - £970 per week
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
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St Michael's Mount
This local landmark looks like something straight out of a fairytale; a medieval castle perched on top of a little tidal island, complete with cobbled streets and even its own harbour and gardens. ...
The Cornish theatre with real ‘wow’ factor is the Minack. Perched on the cliffs at Porthcurno, the Minack is an open-air theatre-in-the-round – and a triumph of vision over reality.
Porthminster Beach Cafe
One restaurant, one beach, one menu, one excellent approach to food. Recommended in the Times (2012) as one of the top five places to eat fish!
The Godolphin Arms
Perfect for a snack before or after following in the pilgrim’s footsteps to St Michael’s Mount.
Newlyn School of Art
Newlyn is renowned for its artistic covenance and so makes the perfect situation for an art school. Newlyn School of Art opened in September 2011 and provides drawing, painting and printmaking clas...
Chilled out cafe in amongst the dunes at Godrevy Lighthouse National Trust car park. Bright and breezy with great views across the bay to St Ives from the deck and big plates of really fresh, imagi...
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
Welcome to one of Cornwall's newest major attractions. A fabulous place positioned in a sheltered valley with woodland and streams creating a backdrop to sub-tropical plants and contemporary art in...
Isles of Scilly Travel
Fancy a day trip? Then take the ferry from Penzance (or the Skybus from Land's End or Newquay) to explore these stunning islands that have a tropical feel. As well as the scenery, there are pubs, c...
There's subtropical lushness around every corner at these stunning gardens on the banks of the Helford River. The views from the 18th Century house across the gardens to the river are not to be mis...
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