3, Nanjivey Row -

3, Nanjivey Row

Former tin miner's cottage, built in 1880. The cottage has recently been refurbished to a high standard and offers comfortable accommodation suitable for family and friends holidaying together or a couple who enjoy the space to spread out.



Features:
Enclosed GardenLocal PubDigital TvWashing Machine
Rating:
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Beds: 3
Location: St Ives, Cornwall. Sleeps: 6
 


  • Outside:
  • Garden: Along a short pathway there is a pretty, secluded garden area with seating.
  • Facilities:
    Facilities Description

  • Restrictions:
    Please note: The property is non-smoking and is unsuitable for pets.
    Duvets and pillows are provided but guests will need to provide their
    own duvet covers, pillow cases and fitted sheets. There is no parking
    with the property but there are residential streets nearby where you
    can park your car in the road.
  • Change Over Day: Saturday
    • Location:
      3, Nanjivey Row is one of just four cottages, accessed by a private footpath. Next to this access the pavement is wide enough to park your car for a short time in order to unload. A few paces away there is a handy and well stocked shop. The cottage is situated in the higher part of St Ives, five to ten minutes walk from the harbour shops and the four beautiful beaches. If you can't face the up-hill walk back, a taxi ride from the cinema is between 2 and 3 which is probably less than you'd pay to park your car. Gas central heating throughout and all gas and electricity is included in the rental.

    • Accomodation:
      Property Sleeps 6 - Accommodation details:
    • Ground floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.
    • First floor: Bedroom 1 with king-size bed. Bedroom 2 with full-size bunkbeds. Bathroom including bath with an over-head powershower.
    • Second floor: Bedroom 3 with twin beds. (Please note that the stairs to the second floor are steep and narrow and may be unsuitable for the very young or
      the elderly).


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    DATE RANGE OWNERS TARIFF


    PLEASE NOTE.:
    Prices:
    January - March 240 April 290 (Easter 375) May 330 June 390 July 450 Summer holiday weeks 590 September 350 October - December 240
    Note: A returnable damage deposit of 100 is required.
    Booking and enquiries

    Please call Trudi and Simon
    tel: 01297 625446 mobile: 0777 392 3120 mobile: 07970 363 190

    http://www.nanjivey.co.uk/ 



    Cornwall is the most southwesterly county of England, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.
    Cornwall is the most southwesterly county of England, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.

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    The Eden Project - A living Theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall
    The Eden Project - A living Theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall

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    The UK is crammed full of little jewels waiting to be discovered
    The UK is crammed full of little jewels waiting to be discovered

    Just imagine being taken back in time and visiting Blenheim Palace (Birthplace of Winston Churchill) or maybe seeing what life was really like 'below stairs' in one of the grandest stately homes in England. How about visiting Crealy Great Adventure Park (South West), Marwell Zoological Park (South East), or the National Railway Museum (North East)



    Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regional dishes.
    Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regiona

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    Prices:
    January - March 240 April 290 (Easter 375) May 330 June 390 July 450 Summer holiday weeks 590 September 350 October - December 240
    Note: A returnable damage deposit of 100 is required.
    Booking and enquiries

    Please call Trudi and Simon
    tel: 01297 625446 mobile: 0777 392 3120 mobile: 07970 363 190

    http://www.nanjivey.co.uk/ 



     


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