The Surf Shack

Sennen

Sleeps 2

From £138 per night

Cabin in Cornwall: Boasting stunning vistas of Sennen Cove and beyond, this clifftop hideaway is the most idyllic place to enjoy dreamy days filled with sea dips, beach walks, and sundown drinks with a view.

Overview

With unbeatable views of the Atlantic Ocean, this magical cabin makes for the most idyllic escape from everyday life. Whether you choose to spend your days swimming and surfing at the beach below, or soaking up the vistas from the comfort of your alfresco seating area, The Surf Shack enjoys an incredible coastal location. The boho interiors have been carefully curated to create a tranquil setting for a blissful escape.

Step Inside

The open-plan interiors at this beautiful cabin are perfect for laidback coastal living. The serene colour palette and boho touches create a harmonious flow through the space. The living area features a sumptuous sofa, perfect for curling up for a movie night after a day of exploring the Cornish coast. The king-sized bed is tucked in a cosy corner and draped in luxurious linens. Slip under the sheets after the day’s adventures and drift off to sleep to the sound of the waves on the shore below your clifftop haven. At the other end of the hideaway, the kitchen has everything you need for cooking up fabulous feasts, including a combination microwave and mini oven with two-ring induction hob, as well as a kettle, toaster, and fridge with ice-box. Step through the sliding door to the shower room, where you’ll find a toilet, shower, wash basin, and heated towel rail - everything you need for rinsing off and refreshing after a day of salty sea swims.

Outdoors

Step outside and take a deep breath of sea air before choosing which alfresco seating area to relax in first. The purpose-built bench is an idyllic spot for sipping a cup of coffee while admiring the golden beach below, and the sun loungers are perfect for diving into a book in the sunshine, with the sound of the waves lapping against the shore.

The sunsets at Sennen are simply spectacular. As the most westerly beach in Cornwall, you can watch every moment of the sky transforming from blue to stunning shades of pink, gold, and even red as the sun sinks into the ocean. Sit back and relax in the dining area and enjoy the culinary creations you’ve cooked up on the gas barbecue while taking in the pure serenity of this spot.

Explore

With Sennen Beach on the doorstep, The Surf Shack is a coastal paradise. Enjoy perfect beach days before sampling delicious locally sourced food and drink at the range of beach cafés and restaurants. And whether you’re dreaming of sea swims, surf sessions, or long walks, there are plenty of opportunities for adventure.

Take to the South West Coast Path for breathtaking scenery of the rugged coastline, where one direction will take you to Land’s End, and the wilds of Cape Cornwall await in the other. Visit The Land’s End Visitor Centre to learn about the history of this iconic landmark, as well as experience the stunning coastline and catch a glimpse of the wildlife that calls this unique part of the world home.

The artistic and culture-infused town of Penzance is nearby and a must visit for its independent shops, restaurants and cafés, as well as the iconic Jubilee Pool - the UK’s largest seawater pool. Neighbouring each side of Penzance, Newlyn and Marazion are both within walking distance and offer award-winning eateries, independent shops and a much-loved filmhouse to discover. From Marazion, you can also walk or take the boat to St Michael’s Mount to explore the fascinating history of this enchanting island.

Don’t forget to check out the pretty village of Mousehole on your travels. This historic fishing village makes for a lovely day trip, with lots of picturesque, cottage-lined lanes to explore and idyllic spots to enjoy a Cornish ice cream.

Take the short drive to the open-air Minack Theatre to learn more about this truly unique venue carved into the cliff, and see a performance with the most stunning views as a backdrop. You might even spot dolphins or basking sharks in the crystal-clear water below.

Layout

Open plan living-room with dining and bedroom areas. King sized bed, electric wood burning stove

Kitchen Microwave/ oven, 2 ring induction hob, kettle, toaster and fridge with ice compartment

Shower Room Shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail

Important Information

A child aged 6+ is welcome to stay at The Surf Shack, however they must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that there are 16 steps from the parking area and the path to the cabin is steep.

If you're planning on surfing during your trip there is a secure horizontal surf board rack for two boards on site.

Availability, reservations and pricing: £138 - £185 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.

A non-refundable booking fee of £35.00 is payable per booking.

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