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Godrevy at Tremorna, Carbis Bay has so much to offer; extraordinary views particularly from the outside terrace and shared gardens, gorgeous high ceilings bathing the living area in light, a parking space (very notable during busy weeks!), walking distance to St Ives (just 15 minutes stroll to Porthminster beach) along the paved coast path and a very welcoming, if not inspiring for budding artists, atmosphere.
Once you descend the steps from the parking space, Godrevy is all on one level. You walk into a hallway where the two bedrooms lead off; one king size and one twin. The king size room has lovely vaulted ceilings and a cotton fresh feel to it. The twin room is ideally suited to children but two adults would be equally comfortable in single beds.
The kitchen also has a high vaulted ceiling with plenty of space to move around. Off the kitchen is another small hallway where you will first find the bathroom with a bath, shower over, wash basin and loo.
The best room is perhaps saved until last; the living/ dining room is part of the original house and has a wonderful high ceiling with patio doors and floor to ceiling windows flooding the room in gorgeous sunlight. A huge comfy sofa makes this room a place to relax, read, watch TV or simply take in the views of the sea across the gardens.
From the shared garden you directly pick up the south west coastal path leading to Carbis Bay Beach in one direction and Porthminster beach and onto St Ives in the other. You have your own small paved area with bench seating just off the living area where you can enjoy the views and soak up some warm Cornish air.
Tremorna has housed and hosted some distinguished people since early 20th Century. An exceptionally generous-spirited lady called Frances Horne once owned the whole of Tremorna. She encouraged and supported many up-and-coming artists in St Ives in the early Twentieth Century, perhaps most notably as benefactor to Bernard Leach, enabling him to set up a pottery school in St Ives after learning his craft in Japan. Other great artists that she entertained at Tremorna and next door at Little Parc Owls were Adrian Stokes, Peter Lanyon and Julius Ollson.
The flat reflects the owner's interest in fine art, ceramics and textiles with most of the art work being original pieces by owner or collected over time. If this doesn't whet your artistic appetite then the sheer pleasure of overlooking a stunning seascape from this special location should! Mobile reception is good at Tremorna plus there is WiFi to make sure you stay connected with your friends and family.