Pendennis Lookout

Falmouth

Pendennis Lookout is an amazing property in a very special location with magnificent views of the Carrick Roads, St Mawes Castle, and St Anthony Lighthouse. It is nestled above and behind the owner's property and also has private access (shared with the owners) to a beach 30m from your front door. From your living room or balcony there are regular sightings of dolphins, seals bask on Black Rock and whales or tuna are also a possibility. There is a spacious open plan living room, and dining area, with bespoke furniture and a wood burning stove, the kitchen is superbly equipped, and ideal to whip up a gastronimc feast. The balcony ...

extends along the eastern face and is ideal for a morning coffee while soaking in the nautical air and admiring the ridiculous view.

Falmouth has always had strong maritime links, there were two castles built during the reign of Henry VIII, Pendennis, just above the Lookout and St Mawes castle on the eastern shore of the Carrick Roads, they were constructed to protect the harbour from the Spanish fleet, as this is the largest natural harbour in the western approaches of the English Channel. The town embraces this history and nautical trades with many marine businesses based in the area. Falmouth has a growing student population which has made the town itself very vibrant, with an excellent variety of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants. The Roseland Peninsula is a ferry trip away and is well worth a day trip, explore the picturesque villages of St Mawes and Portscatho and the idyllic church at St Just in Roseland surrounded by immaculate temperate gardens. The Lizard is also an experience from the majesty of Kynance Cove to the brutality at Lizard Point.

Accommodation
Ground floor only: Enter into open plan, triple aspect living, dining room and kitchen, there is a wood burning stove, bespoke furniture, dining table and chairs. large flat screen TV, the kitchen area has fully fitted units and appliances, door to balcony. Family bathroom with large bath and shower over, WC and hand basin. Master bedroom, double aspect with views over the Carrick Roads and door to the balcony, 5' double bed and storage. Second twin bedroom with 3' zip and link beds that can be made into a 6' double bed.
Outside: Parking for 2 cars at the top of the drive. Balcony with sea views. Garden area which is not enclosed or dog proof. Access to beach via steps.

The Facilities

  • 3D tour

  • Street view

  • Useful information

    Saturday changeover - flexible during the winter months.
    Electricity, heating, bed linen, and towels are all included. You will need to bring your own beach towels.
    A security deposit of £250 will be pre-authorised on your credit/debit card.
    One, well-behaved dog is welcome at the small additional charge of £40 per week. Your dog must not be left unattended in the property.
    Please be aware the owner of Pendennis House also has dogs, (very friendly Giant Schnauzers)
    No smoking inside the property.
  • Facilities and Services

    Electric central heating system with radiator and panel heaters, and the wood burning stove..
    Electric SMEG oven and large gas hob, American style fridge freezer, Tassimo coffee machine, dishwasher, kettle, and toaster.
    Washing machine and Tumble dryer
    Flatscreen TV in the living room.
    Extra large bath.
    Unlimited WiFi.
    Cot and high chair available on request.
  • Parking and Accessibility

    There are 2 parking spaces at the top of the drive behind an electric gate.
    Slight slope down gravel drive for 15m to the front door.
    Once inside the property is on a single level.

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Map & Local Area

Falmouth is a truly vibrant town these days with a buzzing atmosphere that has been enhanced by the recent addition of the University, this has led to huge diversity of restaurants and any foodie is going to love the choices available.There are frequent events held in the town including the Shanty Festival, Falmouth Sailing Week, which is a sight to behold with hundreds of yachts racing on the water, Falmouth Oyster Festival. The Tall Ships often make an appearance all of which adds to the maritime culture. Pendennis Shipyard, which is based at Falmouth Docks, build and restore some of ...

the most stunning and elegant superyachts in the world, and they too are regular visitors to the harbour. There are excellent ferry links from The Prince of Wales Pier and Custom House Quay that link to Flushing, The Roseland Peninsula, Malpas, Trelissick gardens and Truro. (check Fal River Links for timetables and status) There is always activity on the water, from commercial operations, with ships being guided in and out by the pilot boats, divers off seeking the best wrecks, yachtsmen enjoying the natural splendour of the harbour that can afford protection no matter the wind direction, to helicopters from Culdrose performing exercises at sea.

The Roseland Peninsula is a boat ride away on the iconic blue ferries, or if you want to explore the further afield take the King Harry car ferry. The traditional fishing villages of St Mawes and Portscatho are a delight, although now the fishing industry has been replaced by boutique tourism, there are many fine local pubs and restaurants, art galleries aplenty and if walking is your thing then a multitude of glorious coastal walks, with castles, lighthouses, golden sandy beaches, secluded coves and majestic promontories all within touching distance of the sea, be it azure blue and crystal clear, or raging angry with crashing surf, every day on this stretch of the coastline is an experience you will not forget.

The Lizard is also within a short drive and you could easily spend a week pottering up the Helford River, the inspiration for Daphne Du Maurrier's novel Frenchman's Creek, there are riverside pubs and glorious walks aplenty. There are picturesque little fishing villages of Coverack and Cadgwith, and the glorious beach at Kennack Sands. The Lizard itself is magnificent, lunch in one of the cafes overlooking the point is an experience you will not forget, Kynance Cove in its magnificent splendour, Goonhilly Downs and the radio telescopes, Gweek and it's seal sanctuary, Poldark Mine, the list is endless.

There are a tremendous range of beautiful gardens across this part of Cornwall, all making the most of the sub-tropical climate. these include, Trelissick Gardens, Enys Gardens, Trebah and Glendurgan, they are all well worth a visit, as is the old dynamite factory at Kennal Vale, a stunning valley with derelict waterwheels and a plethora of leats that fed them with little waterfalls, on a sunny day this is one of the most picturesque spots in the county.