A very comfortable cottage with lots of homely attention to detail.. The living room/dining space was particularly pretty, and was a great place to relax at the end of the day. We found masses to do - from walking down to the tucked away beach closest to Pendeen - to day trips to the Scilly Isles from Penzance. (Park near Pendeen lighthouse for the little gem of a beach!) Tin mine history and Poldark sites are in walking distance too with stunning coast path walks, and it was useful to have a few shops at hand for when you run out of milk - and the Costcutter opens at 7! We visited a lovely National Trust garden, explored Mousehole and St Ives, saw a play at the Minack cliff theatre, and went to the Telegraph museum at Porthcurno (absolutely fascinating - with great talks and demonstrations). Our elder sons hired kayaks and paddled from Porthcurno round Land's End to Sennen, which was very exciting - and they saw loads of seals. We searched out lots of ancient atmospheric sites like St Euny's Well and Carn Euny settlement, the Merry Maidens standing stones and dolmen. The big beaches were very busy, so best to arrive early - or head to gorgeous cove.