A marriage of sea, land and sky on the North Cornish coast

Our premium holiday homes on the Cornish coast bring stunning views over Poldark country and Bedruthan Steps, with far reaching views towards Trevose lighthouse.

Built on a secluded clifftop, our Karn Havos properties deliver uninterrupted views of the majestic coast, Bodmin Moor and the expansive countryside beyond.

The best of British summer, at your fingertips

With a rich culture of independent and boutique businesses, a welcoming community spirit, and a wide variety of beaches, woodlands and enchanting towns to discover, Karn Havos makes the ultimate holiday-home location.

And now, life on the coast couldn't be easier to access – as the A30 dual carriageway is now open for all motorists and Newquay Airport is only three miles away for those flying in.

A Dark Sky Discovery Site and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

It is easy to see why the Bedruthan Steps region is classed as an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. The towering, ragged rocks of Bedruthan Steps make a spectacular shoreline, with local myth dictating that a giant called Bedruthan used the collection of rocks as stepping stones to cross the shore.

And lose yourself in the wonder of the night sky, in an area classed as a "Dark Sky Discovery Site"... its lack of light pollution giving visitors awe-inspiring views of the stars and planets.

The cliffs, sea, stars and surrounding countryside are staggeringly beautiful, but there is also plenty of history to explore too. With human settlements in the area since the Bronze Age, there is much to discover – like the captivating remains of the Iron-Age Redcliff Castle located nearby.

Coastal bliss and unrivalled birdwatching

Dive deep into the heart of Cornwall, with outstanding beaches for all levels of surfing, paddleboarding and swimming located nearby – like the surfing hubs of Watergate Bay and Mawgan Porth, or the family-friendly Treyarnon Bay. With dramatic coastlines, turquoise waters and soft, golden sands, the charming local sea and shores are truly yours to explore.

And get up close to Cornwall’s impressive collection of beguiling birds – like birds of prey, Barns Owls, and, of course, Cornwall's famous red-billed Chough. Due to its south-westerly location, Cornwall enjoys an abundance of native birds as well as rare migratory species... with the vibrant population forming an essential part of Cornish life.

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