Shun Lee holiday home, St Ives

Built in 1881 by master mariner William John Paynter, Shun Lee is so named after the tea clipper Paynter captained around China in the late 1870s. With prestigious views over the glittering St Ives Bay and out to Godrevy Lighthouse, this beautiful private Victorian home – painstakingly renovated in 2018 – still feels wedded to the sea, with Porthminster beach just a few steps down the South West Coast Path, which passes by the foot of the large garden.

The House

Set over four floors, this grand house has seven bedrooms and sleeps up to 14 guests. With a private cinema room, two large sitting rooms, further games room with pool table and a separate modern dining room seating 14, it’s ideal for a large group of friends or family.



ViaTelegraph

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