Short description of Higher Faugan Parc
Built in 1904 as the home of artists Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Higher Faugan Parc is set in private grounds with a large lawn for guest use. It is close to stunning local beaches.
Each suite has a mini kitchen, sofa, LCD TV, a king-size bed, and can sleep up to 4 people when the sofa bed is used. En suite bathrooms have a bath and shower. Standard and superior en suite rooms are also available and all are serviced daily.
Kitchens comprise of a fridge, microwave, toaster and tea/coffee making facilities. Complimentary continental self-serve breakfast items are provided. There is no restaurant or communal space.
Providing accommodation only, the peaceful and secluded Higher Faugan Parc is approached by a 500-metre long driveway, and has free parking and a private helipad. If travelling by car, Lands End, Geevor Tin Mine, the Eden Project and St Michael's Mount are good visitor attractions. Due to location a car is recommended, but not essential.
Lamorna and Porthcurno beaches are close by, as is Mounts Bay for wind and water sports.
Forbes was a member of the influential Newlyn School of painters. Today, artists may enjoy visiting the Newlyn Gallery, Penlee Gallery and Museum, and the Tate Gallery St Ives.