Enjoy a cozy, fairy tale cabin in the Cornish countryside
With modern facilities and comfortable built-in furniture you have everything you need as a home base for your adventures on the Lizard Peninsula or as a comfortable retreat, and a wonderful place to return to at the end of a long day.
Wake up to a view of Falmouth Bay, and relax in the evenings looking up at the stars from the hilltop on which Jack Sparrow House resides.
At night, enjoy the peace and quiet of this secluded location and fall asleep to the rustling of leaves in the trees. You might find you don’t want to leave….
Jack Sparrow House comprises one comfortable room with a mezzanine double bed and seating/kitchen area. The house has been lovingly constructed with careful attention to detail. It is fully insulated with double glazed windows and has heating for chillier nights.
Kitchen: Two burner hob and grill. Cold box for cool storage
Crockery, pots and pans
Washing: Wash basin, cold water tap, composting toilet
240v electricity, On-site parking
Bed linen and towels provided
Hot shower facilities are also close by
Check in time is 4pm, Check out time is 10am
£100.00 per night
The price is based on two people sharing.
If you would like to bring
children the price increases by £10.00 per night per child.
Sat Nav users set route to travel via Helston and St. Keverne. This could save you more than one hour travelling time, unless you would prefer the scenic route!
From St. Keverne most Sat Navs will bring you to our lane but not to our address. From the A30 take the A39 through Truro, towards Falmouth, and then take the A394 towards Helston. Follow A3083 around Helston signed Mullion and the Lizard. At about the 4th mini roundabout take the B3293 to St Keverne.
In St Keverne square turn left in front of the pub (The White Hart) and follow commercial road towards Porthallow for approximately 1 mile. This road has a sharp right hand bend, don’t go straight on!
Take the 4th left turn (from St. Keverne), signed TREGAMINION 1/4 (just after the Eagle Gate posts on right).
Follow the road for 100 yards and turn left into the first gravel driveway on the left by a black barn, opposite a white house.