IN Depth
Campion Cottage
The granite-built cottage has a tiled conservatory leading into a fitted kitchen with a pine dining table, electric cooker, fridge, coffee maker and microwave. 
The living room has a DVD player, T.V. (Freesat), books and board games. (Z-bed available for 5th guest) 
Upstairs, all the floors are of natural wood which gives a light, airy quality to the rooms. The large bedroom has views to both the sea and over fields to the moors. It has a pine double bed, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets, The small bedroom has two separate bunk-type single pine beds that were built to fit the angled walls. It has a panel heater, chest of drawers and views across fields to the moors. The bathroom has a shower cubicle, W.C., hand-basin, shaver socket and heated towel rail.  
The cottage is ideal for two to four people. The maximum number permitted is five. 
It is available to let on a weekly basis all year round, changeover day being Friday. Short lets are available out of season – please ask for availability and prices. 
Price per week, excluding electricity charges, ranges from £460 to £520 in high season. 
Bed-linen and towels are not provided. We request NO DOGS and also please DO NOT SMOKE inside the cottage. 

Boswednack lies within a landscape of small fields based on prehistoric boundaries that are over two thousand years old. The Cornish hedges (stone banks with an earth core) overflow with wild flowers in spring and early summer. Our own organic meadows are a haven for grassland butterflies and other small beasts that cannot survive in silage fields. Over 100 species of birds have been seen here since 1984 and 20 have bred in our three acres which are also home to more than 200 species of native plants.
West Penwith is an ‘island’ of many contrasts and great diversity bounded by ocean and five miles of low valley between Hayle and Marazion. A high spine of moorland divides the northern coastal plateau with its rugged cliffs from the gentle, fertile southern slopes and picturesque Mount’s Bay. The land is full of history, from Neolithic stone circles, standing stones and burial quoits, to 18th Century tin and copper mines with their settlements and fine houses, ancient and modern fishing ports and an artistic heritage that is celebrated in many small galleries everywhere and several larger ones like the Tate in St. Ives.
Much of this richness is within a 7 mile radius of Boswednack, accessible via an extensive network of footpaths and quiet lanes. The coast path is magnificent and you can include it in circular walks or use the bus for a longer stroll - (bus will stop at our gate). The GALLERY above shows our immediate environs and also a few places such as the lively towns of St. Ives and Penzance that are a little further afield.
Wonderful museums and galleries such as Geevor Mine Museum and Levant Mine (Pendeen), Yew Tree Gallery (Morvah), Jackson Foundation (St. Just), Penlee Museum and The Exchange (Penzance), St. Ives Museum, Newlyn Orion Gallery, Minack Theatre and the Telegraph Museum (Porthcurno) are open most days.  
Enjoy a Feast of local Festivals in 2023 including  
1 May – St Ives MAY DAY  
5 May - Helston FLORA DAY  
St Ives FOOD & DRINK FESTIVAL not 2024 
21 – 30 June - Penzance GOLOWAN FESTIVAL celebration of midsummer culminating in 29 June Penzance MAZEY and  
30 June – Penzance QUAY FAIR day.  
2 – 6 July – The 12th PENZANCE LITFEST  
20 July – St. Just LAFROWDA DAY after a week of music and activities  
14 – 28 September – St. IVES FESTIVAL of arts and music  
There are many more celebrations, exhibitions and events: see