Dune House & Lodge are set in an iconic location that commands panoramic views over the dunes to St Ives and Godrevy lighthouse. Both properties cleverly connect by an inside link building, a spacious driveway and garden gate, meaning they can be rented together sleeping 12 in comfort and style. These buildings have been appointed to the highest standards to create a unique and memorable holiday experience.
Dune House & Lodge are positioned to overlook miles of wild sand dunes. With no immediate neighbouring properties, these are very unique and special properties for Gwithian. These properties can also be let separately under Dune House and Dune Lodge.
Dune House has been built with exceptional detailing using sympathetic local materials. Imaginative layout, clever use of architectural glazing and individual first-floor balconies provide privacy and generous outdoor space on all sides (a rare feature in Gwithian). With ample parking as well, this is probably the most unique and exclusive accommodation choice in the area.
The ground floor is laid out around a large and luxurious open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. Large patio doors open onto generous west-facing lawned gardens, making this an ideal space for relaxed family coastal living. For the colder months, this floor has underfloor heating and a wood burner to warm you and your party. There is also a large snug or games room, and a purpose-built indoor après-surf changing room with two showers and space for drying wetsuits.
The open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas are located on the second floor, which really makes the most of the spectacular views over the bay and surrounding countryside. They even have access to a sheltered balcony area via sliding doors. Down the beautiful oak stairs are a king-sized double master bedroom with en suite and a twin (which is zip-and-link so can be converted into a king-sized bed if you prefer), along with a separate family bathroom.
Entering the property you will want to head straight for the first floor, up a beautifully detailed oak staircase. Here you will find one spacious open area with a dramatic vaulted ceiling, beautifully designed to take advantage of views west over the bay to St Ives, and east over farmland to the pretty village of Gwithian and the rolling Cornish hills beyond.
The large, luxury kitchen and dining area for six (allowing for dining guests), and comfortable lounge area are all here. You have a beautiful contemporary Morsø wood burner for winter nights, a large Smart TV, and a dramatic glazed doors sliding open to give access to your private balcony which has rattan seating for two — ideal for enjoying a tipple of choice whilst watching the sun set over the sea’s horizon.
Downstairs are two comfortable and snug bedrooms. The master has a king-sized bed and adjoining en suite shower room. Next to this is a twin bedroom with two single beds that can be zip-and-linked together to make a second super-king sized bed if you prefer this option. A luxury family bathroom completes the accommodation, with beautiful stone tiling, Villeroy and Boch fittings, and a waterfall shower over the bath.
Outside Dune House & Lodge
In Dune House, there’s plenty of space in this large, south and west facing, enclosed garden with lawn and feature trees. There is also a barbecue available to guests, perfect for alfresco feasts. Dune Lodge also has large, lawned garden, furniture and barbeque for al fresco dining. Both properties have large sheds that provide safe storage for any beach essentials such as body/surfboards and windbreaks.
You will be able to walk to the huge beach at Gwithian in around five minutes via meandering pathways through the sand dunes. Choose between heading for the popular main beach with its café, equipment hire, and seasonal lifeguards— or the vast expanses of sand between Gwithian and Hayle, where you can enjoy as much space as you could wish for. The coastal path leads off in both directions and you can stroll as far or as near as you like. Wildlife is abundant here, so be on the lookout for seals, a myriad of sea-birds and sometimes dolphins…