Gulval Farm Cottages – Luxury Cottages in Gulval, Cornwall.
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Our cottages are in the charming old churchtown area of Gulval village, near Penzance. Perfectly located in a countryside spot yet with all essential amenities and main routes close-by. They are centred in the Mounts Bay area of Cornwall and just off the A30 are ideally situated to explore the West Penwith and all its surrounding areas. West Cornwall with its quaint villages, beautiful moorland and rugged coastline offers amazing walks along towering cliffs, long sandy beaches and clear water coves. With so much to see and do we offer you a holiday paradise that you’ll want to come back to time and time again.
Externally, each property at Gulval Farm Cottages have their own privately fenced garden with a lawn and patio area. A yard allows off-road shared parking for up to 3 cars per let. Including an outdoor wash station, the bins and a recycling area.
The Lily Pad and Flower Box offer spacious and comfortable accommodation for a truly relaxing holiday. Each property sleeps up to 6 people (+cot and highchair available). We allow 2 well-behaved and house-trained dogs making these properties perfect for a complete family holiday. Our properties are strictly non-smoking.
Location and Things To Do
The Lily Pad and The Flower Box are situated on Posses Lane in Churchtown, Gulval, a pretty and quaint Cornish village that overlooks Mounts Bay and St Michaels Mount.
They are just 400 metres from a mile-long stretch of dog-friendly beach (all year round), ½ a mile from the town of Penzance and 2 miles from Marazion. Read More…
Gulval Farm Cottages and Top Orchard Nursery belong to the Matthews family who have lived and farmed in Gulval for at least eight generations. Originally, we were traditional market gardeners growing potatoes, cauliflower, cabbage and flowers in a stretch of land known as the golden mile. As the name suggests the land is incredibly fertile. With a south-facing aspect that yields early and bounteous crops. We still grow some flowers and early potatoes which we harvest and grade by hand on the nursery.
We have converted one of our barns that was once our flower pack-house. Turning it into two large, eco-friendly and luxurious holiday cottages. This barn was also once used as the site of our florist shop, Buds to Bloom. From where we sent our beautiful bouquets of Cornish Lilies and mixed flower bouquets by courier to customers all over the country.
The West Penwith or Land’s End Peninsular is filled with spectacular historical and ancient sites. There are around 800 archaeological monuments within its 87 square miles. With many more that are known to have existed.
About 3 miles across the fields and up on to the moor, past Kenegie Manor is the ancient village of Chysauster. Built perhaps as early as 100BC, and lived in to around 300AD. Some of the walls of these incredibly unique courtyard houses (found only in West Cornwall) are 2 metres high.
Penzance is the birth place of the famous chemist and inventor, Sir Humphry Davy. He invented the safety lamp in 1815 for the dominant Cornish industry of mining, which dates back to the early Bronze Age. Engine houses, adits and shafts are a lasting legacy of this trade and a common sight across the landscape.
Cornwall is also home to the famous Newlyn School of Artists with selected artworks on display at Penlee House Gallery and Museum, in Penzance. Near-by St. Ives has a great number of art galleries and studios to explore. Including The Tate, Leach Pottery and the Barbara Hepworth Museum.
There are more pictures on our Gallery page.