A Warm Welcome to Kean Hill

Situated in the picturesque, sleepy village of Cawsand, Kean Hill offers a peaceful seaside retreat in a beautiful setting. We have two apartments available to rent, both offering panoramic views of Cawsand Bay and the surrounding countryside.

The Apartments

The Lower Deck

With an ensuite double bedroom and double sofa bed in the open plan living area, the Lower Deck is suitable for couples and small families. Patio doors lead out onto a private seating area, which has views over the bay and surrounding countryside.

For more information, availability and to book, please click here.

The Upper Deck

The Upper deck apartment has a jacuzzi style bath big enough for two, a king size bed and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views – Perfect for singles or couples looking to get away from it all on a luxury break in Cornwall.

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The Rame Peninsula and Cawsand

Often described as Cornwall’s forgotten corner, the Rame peninsula is a beautiful landscape of tidal creeks, sandy beaches, lush farmland and country parks.

Small villages hide at the heads of creeks, waiting to be discovered by adventurous travellers, whilst the stretch of coast fronting onto Whitsand Bay offers fantastic views and great walking along the South West Coast Path.

Rame Head, at the eastern end of Whitsand Bay, guards Plymouth Sound from the prevailing winds. It is crowned by the remains of a 14th Century chapel, dedicated to St Michael and is a popular spot for birdwatchers. The nearby Penlee Battery, a disused Napoleonic fort, is now a nature reserve.

The main town of the area is Torpoint, a crossing point on the Tamar River for at least 200 years. Its links with Plymouth extend beyond the ferries chains, having the Naval training base of HMS Raleigh just outside the town. Antony House, a National Trust property, is also just outside the town. The 18th century house sits in grounds running down to the waterside and is bordered by a large woodland garden which was used for filming Tim Burtons ‘Alice in Wonderland’ in 2009.

Sheltered by the headland, Cawsand overlooks Plymouth Sound and adjoins Kingsand. There are frequent bus and ferry services to the city of Plymouth and in the summer a ferry service runs from Cawsand beach to Plymouth Hoe.

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5/5 Trip Advisor “A peaceful little hideaway with stunning views in a perfect location.”
5/5 Trip Advisor “A relaxing and reviving break — lovely!”
5/5 Trip Advisor “Wonderful sea views with a great holiday atmosphere .”
5/5 Trip Advisor “An Ideal Place to enjoy a lovely part of Cornwall”
5/5 Trip Advisor “Beautifully thought out accommodation with spa bath and fabulous views!”
5/5 Trip Advisor “Heaven”

A Quick Idea of Pricing

Prices vary depending on the time of year, those shown below are just a guideline for a week’s stay, Saturday to Saturday. You can find out the exact prices and availability of each apartment on the Lower and Upper Deck pages by clicking the buttons under the prices below.

Time of Year
  • February-March
  • Easter
  • April-May
  • Summer
  • October-November
  • Christmas Period

Lower Deck
  • £250-£300
  • £350
  • £350-£400
  • £350-£450
  • £250-£350
  • £450

Upper Deck
  • £250-£300
  • £350
  • £350-£400
  • £350-£450
  • £250-£350
  • £450

Where Is Kean Hill?

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Ready? Click on one of the buttons below to check availability and book one of our lovely Cornish apartments, we look forward to meeting you. Best wishes … Helen, Kean Hill Apartments.

The Lower Deck Apartment, Kean Hill, Cawsand, Cornwall

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The Upper Deck Apartment, Kean Hill, Cawsand, Cornwall

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