Spriggans Cottage is an early 19th century
granite miner’s cottage in the delightful hamlet of Carnyorth, 1.5 miles outside St Just.
This gently restored cottage retains much of its
history, character and originality. It has lovely views to the south over fields and westwards across fields to the
sea. From the front door you can walk up to the moors or across fields to the cliffs, and good pubs in Botallack and
Trewellard are a short walk away.
Downstairs is a cosy living room with beamed ceiling, wood-burning stove, TV with DVD player, comfortable
sofa and chairs. A separate dining room / studio has a lovely old pine table and chairs as well as an easel, dust sheets
and a roll-up rug for those who wish to paint. At the rear of the cottage, with views to the garden, is a modern but
rustic kitchen. The kitchen is well-equipped with a washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave, toaster and electric
The downstairs bathroom
has a WC and hand basin, there is a step up to a bath which has an electric shower over providing instant hot water.
Upstairs there are two
sunny bedrooms overlooking fields. The rooms are full of character with their original timber-clad ceilings, ledge and
brace latched doors and deep set windows cut into thick granite walls. The spacious master bedroom has a comfortable
king-size double bed while the twin room has two three foot singles. Both rooms have mirrors, a wardrobe and chest of
At the rear of the cottage
through a door from the kitchen is a lovely garden with patio area that is perfect for relaxing. Plus there is a further
sheltered sunny garden at the front of the property made among the ruins of old sheep sheds, with views to the sea.
Accessibility: Due to the steep and narrow stairs and granite steps
both inside and out, this accommodation may not be suitable for people with limited mobility. Please contact the owners
if you would like further information.
With regret no pets and no children under five.