A Place Apart
There are few places in Britain where you can truly get away from it all. Spectacularly sited on the rugged, wildly romantic moors of the Land’s End Peninsula, we have one of them.
Take a walk by the light of the moon under a starry sky. Ramble across the West Penwith moors to Zennor. Go gallery-shuffling in the nearby arty towns of St Ives and Penzance. Or simply take refuge from modern life next to the wood burner with your nose in a book.
This year both places are available during the Summer months:
Swallow Barn: a Cornish Cottage Made for Two
Carefully converted from an ancient, ivy-covered granite barn, Swallow Barn is a romantic cottage made for two with everything you need to relax and recharge – including, most importantly, an unlimited supply of peace and quiet. The calming rooms are decorated with art, photography, books and freshly cut Cornish flowers.
The Roundhouse: an Unforgettable Place to Stay
A beautifully crafted replica Iron Age dwelling, complete with a central firebowl and conical thatched roof, the Roundhouse is a genuinely unique place to stay – somewhere to luxuriate in the soft silence, the romance of escape and the simplicity of another age.
Built with great attention to historical detail in 1999, with the aim of bringing history to life, the Roundhouse now offers some of Britain’s most remarkable accommodation – in a stirring setting amid the scenery of the West Penwith moors and just 400 metres from one of the best-preserved Iron Age villages in Europe.
As featured in the Guardian, The Times,The Sunday Times, The Independent, Lonely Planet & Esquire Magazine.