The house is a very pleasant 17th Century country house set in delightful grounds of around two acres and situated on the Lands end to St. Ives road. It has been sympathetically brought into the 21st century providing comfortable attractive accommodation. The house is non-smoking throughout.
All rooms are double glazed. Each room has an en-suite or private bathroom as well as a TV and refreshment tray offering a choice of drinks for your convenience and well-being. Most bedrooms have superb views either of the nearby coastline or across our lovely gardens to the local moors.
Our four-poster room is perfect for those special, romantic occasions. We can always arrange extras such as champagne, flowers and chocolates - ready for your arrival.
For guests with limited mobility we have a large ground floor bedroom with en-suite facilities. Unfortunately, we cannot offer full wheelchair access. We otherwise welcome guests with disabilities and make all possible arrangements to ensure that they have a comfortable stay with us.
We aim to provide our guests with a splendid breakfast to begin your day. We have an extensive menu which ranges from a substantial 'full breakfast' for the larger appetite, to an individual fresh fruit selection for the more health conscious, with many variations in between. Wherever possible we use local produce, including eggs from our own chickens which you will see wandering around the garden!
The public areas are roomy, the lounge complete with log fire for those cooler evenings, also boasts a well stocked bar and colour television.
Bosavern House is situated in Cornwall, England, just four miles from Lands End. The small town of St. Just is only one mile away or even less by footpath across the fields.
This is 'an area of outstanding natural beauty' on the heritage coast, and an area of great historic interest. There is much to be enjoyed within a short distance: wonderful sandy beaches for swimming or surfing; coastal and moorland walking; birdwatching; golfing; over 100 major archaeological sites; horse riding; fishing; local art galleries - including the New Tate Gallery; day trips to the Isles of Scilly; or just generally exploring this beautiful part of the country. For a memorable evening out, there is the nearby open air Minack Theatre.
Further afield are such places as the spectacular Eden Project, (billed as the 8th Wonder of the World), St Michael's Mount, the Lizard peninsula and Goonhilly Earth Station, Flambards theme park, plus many lovely Cornish sub tropical gardens.
Local attractions which are well worth a visit
* The Eden Project .. The living theatre of plants and people.
* Lands End .. How far do you go for Britains best value day out?
* Geevor .. More than just a mine.
* Chysauster Ancient Village
* Flambards Victorian Village
* Goonhilly Earth Station, Lizard Peninsula
* Levant Mine
* Porthcurno Museum of Submarine Telegraphy
* St Michael's Mount, Marazion
* The Tate Gallery, St Ives
* Gardens open to the public
* The National Maritime Museum
St. Just in Penwith
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