Black Moon is a one of a kind unique and unusual place to stay with the wow factor. The stunning one bedroom cottage is the perfect romantic escape, set on the beach, overlooking St Ives Bay.
The cottage is set on Bamaluz Beach within the vibrant artist’s district of St Ives. A short 5 minute walk away you will find plenty of top quality restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. Some of the best beaches in the UK can be found nearby including Porthgwidden and Porthmeor.
Black Moon looks out towards Gwithian lighthouse, with the ocean so close the waves can be felt crashing against the side of the cottage at high tide.
A wonderfully unique cave/snug area is located below the cottage, with a glass floor in the living room that looks down into it.
What truly sets this accommodation above others is the high level of design – you may never want to leave. With an open plan kitchen and living room you can relax on one of the two large sofas, watch a film on the 42” TV, or listen to some music using the Bose iPod dock. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a 4 ring electric induction hob, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge, kettle, Nespresso machine and all the other essentials you could need.
The luxury doesn’t end there, the bedroom has a super king size bed – ideal for watching the sunset (or rise!) over the ocean via the huge sliding mirrored wall that separates the lounge from the bedroom. The en suite bathroom has a full size bath, walk in shower and a sink.
Other facilities at Black Moon include Wi-Fi, central heating, underfloor heating and private parking (a 4 minute walk away).
|Address: Bamaluz Beach, St Ives, Cornwall, England|
|Latitude/Longitude: 50.20838579999999 / -5.490886400000022|
|Nearest airport||Newquay||65 km|
|Nearest train station||St Ives||1.1 km|
St Ives is the perfect destination to enjoy the beauty of North West Cornwall. Boasting one of the warmest climates in the UK, St Ives won Best Seaside Holiday Destination and the UK’s Top Beach Resort in 2011, coming 6th overall in Europe.St Ives was once a fishing village but has in recent times become better known for its boutique galleries, local art studios, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Tate St Ives. St Ives is also renowned for high quality restaurants and eateries with stylish pubs, cosy pubs, harbour side cafes and local restaurants. You will also find one of the oldest Inns in Cornwall, The Sloop Inn, dating back to around 1312.The 5 beaches of St Ives are incredible, including Porthmeor, Porthgwidden and Porthminster.