Trevalsa, Cornish for house on the cliff, was originally a grand seaside home, secluded within two and a half acres of sub tropical gardens. Understatedly elegant and stylish, with an eclectic mix of granite windows, oak panelling, rich fabrics and rugs reflecting the colours of Cornwall.
A comfortable sitting room with books and games, and roaring fires in colder weather, an intimate bar and an oak panelled restaurant. The terrace overlooks the sea for lazy, hot afternoons and balmy evenings.
There are bedrooms to suit a range of budgets. Most have stunning sea views. Some are stylishly simple, others romantically glamorous. All with immaculate bathrooms, hospitality trays and TVs with DVD players. Children can be happily accommodated with parents on fold away beds in some rooms.