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The Old Primary School Cottage and Apartment, St Ives, Cornwall

The Old Primary School Cottage and Apartment
Ludgvan
St Ives
Cornwall

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* Former Victorian School House offering stunning unique self-catering APARTMENT (sleeps 4/6) and COTTAGE (sleeps 4/6). * 2 bedroom APARTMENT on 2 floors sleeps 4/6. Sofa bed in lounge, 1 bedroom Cottage sleeps 2/4 * Views of beautiful garden, St Michael's Mount and surrounding countryside * Located in the unspoilt village of Ludgvan. * Close to St Ives, Penzance and air/sea links to Isles of Scilly* Convenient for The Eden Project* Quiet countryside location and large secluded garden* Ideal location to explore the Lands End peninsula* Easy reach of some of the best beaches in Cornwall* Highly recommended by our previous guests* Welcome Pack on arrival* Ample parking THE APARTMENT HAS JUST BEEN REFURBISHED TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD. MINIMUM STAY OF 3 NIGHTS FOR APARTMENT. FACILITIES IN THE APARTMENT *Sleeps 4/6 * Huge Lounge/Diner includes dining table, dining chairs, coffee table, comfortable seating and a sofa (which converts to a bed which sleeps two people), TV, DVD Player, radio and books. The lounge also incorporates a fully equipped kitchen comprising real oak base and wall units, sink, electric cooker, microwave, and dishwasher. 2 Large bedrooms (double and twin). Luxury bathroom with separate shower. Outside patio area , plus use of large garden with pond and fantastic views.

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