1.8 miles SW of Penzance
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £66 per night
Shepherd’s hut in Cornwall: Hidden amongst a subtropical paradise, Pedney is the perfect escape for two. Get cosy in the beautifully handcrafted hut or head out with your beloved pooch and explore this utterly magical corner of Cornwall.
Tucked away in the heart of west Cornwall, Pedney is perfect for the travel seekers wishing to explore hidden coves, pretty fishing villages and tropical beaches. The hut itself has been beautifully hand-crafted with luxury and comfort in mind. Its warm, wooden tones create a cosy ambience and the wood-burner will keep you snug, no matter the season. With a superbly equipped kitchen, gorgeous bedroom and luxurious shower, Pedney really does tick all the boxes. Step outside and enjoy a freshly brewed pot of coffee on the enclosed decking or treat yourself to your favourite tipple on a balmy summer's eve… dreamy!
The perfect combination of rustic and modern living, Pedney welcomes you inside with its charming aura. Lovely wooden features run throughout the hut, in keeping with its handcrafted structure. Every inch of this hideaway has been thoughtfully designed down to the finest detail. As you enter the hut into the gorgeous kitchen area, you will find a wood-burner to keep you cosy, a sweet dining area perfect for two and a superbly equipped kitchen. The kitchen is complete with everything you’ll need during your stay, including an electric 2 ring hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster and kettle. Should you be kept inside by the weather, you can pop on the Smart TV and stay snug inside the hut. Continue through to the cosy double bedroom, where a dreamy night's sleep awaits. The en-suite shower-room boasts a large shower and a wealth of stunning detail, simply idyllic for freshening up after a day of exploring this wonderful part of Cornwall.
Encompassed by nature, step out onto your lovely enclosed decking area and be transported to a tropical paradise, as exotic plants surround you. Enjoy fresh pastries and a golden pot of coffee as birds sing their morning song, or get lost in a good read in the dappled sunlight. Your beloved pooch is welcome to join you at Pedney, they will love exploring Cornwall just as much as you will! Roam the quaint streets of Mousehole, head out for a sea swim or discover the historic St Michaels Mount. Return to your hidden hut and indulge in a delicious charcuterie board accompanied by a glass of your favourite! Here, you will make special holiday memories to last a lifetime
The location of this charming hut couldn’t be more idyllic. Set back from the main road between Penzance and Lands' End, you will find Pedney just past Newlyn in a village named Buryas Bridge. This road can be busy during peak seasons, as it's the gateway to some of Cornwall's best beaches. However, this means you can reach the most picturesque spots in Cornwall with total ease. The hut itself is tucked away in its very own Eden and you are assured complete privacy during your stay.
Newlyn is right on your doorstep, you can reach this up and coming fishing village on foot (please ask the owners for the safest directions as the road can be busy!). It boasts many fabulous eateries such as Mackerel Sky. We also highly recommend popping into Lovetts, a charming wine, tapas and coffee bar. When the sun is shining, stop for a traditional Cornish vanilla ice cream, with clotted cream, at Jelbert’s, or visit Newlyn Film House on a rainy day, a stunning boutique cinema, also offering delicious food and refreshing beverages. After, make your way to pretty Mousehole with its quaint cobbled streets and harbourside eateries, such as The Old Coastguard, The Rockpool and 2 Four Street.
Be sure to add Lamorna Cove to your itinerary, a picturesque fishing village, famous for its smuggling history. From here, you are just a stone’s throw from Porthcurno, with its tropical waters and white sandy beach. You will find The Minack Theatre perched on the clifftop above Porthcurno beach, if you are able to see a show here, you will not be disappointed. If you love surfing and long beach days, Sennen Cove is also within reaching distance.
For a spot of retail therapy, head to Penzance highstreet or go for a swim at Jubilee Pool. Continue on from Penzance and reach Marizon, where you will find the majestic St Michaels Mount and lots of lovely galleries. There truly is endless beauty to be discovered in this much-loved corner of Cornwall.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Smart TV, wood-burner. Electric 2 ring hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster and kettle. Double bed (4'6")
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £66 - £99 per night
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 £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £40 is payable per booking.
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