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Teyr Mor Cliff

Teyr Mor Cliff

4.4
out of 5
Ratings from 3 reviews
100% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
3.7
Comfort
4.7
Condition
4.0
Location
5.0
Value
4.3
Customer
Service
4.7


This exceptional, timber framed eco-lodge boasts magnificent coastal and countryside views from its huge and impressive deck, all within walking distance of beautiful Chapel Porth beach and St Agnes.

Wonderful location but condition and great for families

Review submitted on Thu, 10 Jun 2021
3.8
out of 5

Guest recommends this property
Cleanliness
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Condition
3.0
Location
5.0
Value
4.0
Customer
Service
5.0
We arrived at the property and were blown away by the wonderful views from the decking. Great location and ideal for families with the gardens surrounding. It was let down a little when we took a good look around the property and noticed that the cleaning standards were quite poor. Live TV was also not working and the in built speaker system advertised would not switch on. After spending a few days there we found that someone had unplugged the aerial booster and move wires for the speakers. The TV is also located in a strange place. If it’s just 2 of you then there are chairs placed in front of it, but if like us you are a family with young children, the corner sofa is miles away and you end up sitting behind each other. Maybe they designed it that way to encourage you to switch it off and look at the views instead!! Apart from the teething problems, it’s a great house in a wonderful location, but to make it perfect, they need to invest in keeping fixtures and fittings in good order.



Overall our family had a wonderful week's stay at Teyr Mor Cliff, in spite of fairly poor weather

Review submitted on Tue, 08 Jun 2021
4.3
out of 5

Guest recommends this property
Cleanliness
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Condition
4.0
Location
5.0
Value
4.0
Customer
Service
4.0
Teyr Mor Cliff worked fantastically well for 3 generations of our extended family, ranging from a toddler to a grandparent. We were lucky in that this property has additional parking within its own separate garden, otherwise we weren't sure where we could have parked a 2nd car, as each of the 6 eco houses only appears to have one allocated parking space. We loved the layout of the house, particularly the open-plan living area which opened onto the large enclosed terrace, with views of the sea in the dstance; the bathrooms were great and the beds extremely comfortable. The kitchen was very well equipped, apart from the fact that we would have expected a house of this specification to have a (Nespresso) coffee pod machine in addition to a cafetiere.

The location was perfect for us in that many places were easily accessible, either on foot, eg Chapel Porth beach and St Agnes itself, or by car. We walked some of the south west coastal path, in both directions, admiring the stunning views. The 20 month old had his first ever beach experiences, which he loved, at Chapel Porth, Trevanaunce Cove and Porthtowan. Bad weather days, of which there were quite a few (cool, wet and windy!) took us further afield, to Tate St Ives (thoroughly recommend completing the final few miles by train from St Erth station (plenty of parking), which is a beautiful 12 minute journey along the coast via Carbiss Bay, the beautiful Trelissik Gardens and delightful St Mawes, via the King Harry Ferry.

Teyr Mor Cliff is approximately 10 years old, and is just starting to show its age in places, which could very easily be rectified. We had a few glitches initially, eg the heating wasn't working in the 3rd bedroom and it was only 15 degrees the first night. Fortunately an electrician came out the next day, in spite of it being a Sunday, and was able to sort it out (apparently it is quite a complicated heating system and it wasn't something that we could have fixed ourselves). There was a large wooden storage box just outside the front door, presumably for storing beach equipment, but when we arrived it was completely full of the previous occupants' sacks of rubbish, possibly because there was no indication as to where exactlythe communal bin store was located, other than 'on the site'. We noticed that other sacks of rubbish were just lying on the ground for several days near one of the other properties. The BBQ also hadn't been cleaned, but having reported the issue we were provided with a new one. All our issues were sorted, with apologies, but it just felt as though everything wasn't quite geared up to receiving guests again.

Despite these glitches, we had a fantastic time and packed a lot in, but above all it was just wonderful for us all to spend a week together in a very comfortable and 'easy' house, having barely seen each other for over a year, thanks to Covid19!




Excellent property, lovely location

Review submitted on Fri, 28 May 2021
5.0
out of 5

Guest recommends this property
Cleanliness
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Condition
5.0
Location
5.0
Value
5.0
Customer
Service
5.0
Great tine lovely house plenty of room well equipped all you need for a great holiday, easy walk to chapel porth, a little further into st agnes.