Spend your holiday in "Cornwall's Forgotten
Corner" - The White Hut is on the cliffs edge of Whitsand Bay
and is a short walk from the beach. Self-catering chalet near Plymouth.
"The White Hut" Chalet was originally built in
1934 as a Sheep Station on the Mount Edgcumbe Estate and then was
used in War as a lookout station. My family purchased the chalet
in 1964. This new Chalet was rebuilt and completed February 2006.
The area is part of the "Rame Peninsula" and is known for its coastal
walks, it is also called "Cornwall's Forgotten Corner".
Click here to see the "Heaven is a beach hut..." video which features our White Hut in Whitsands! (And our dog on the bed!)
We do allow Dogs (maximum of 2)
The Walk to and from the Beach is very steep,
you will need sensible walking shoes and children will need guidance,
as very steep in places. The White Hut is NOT suitable for wheelchair users or people with limited mobility.
bay, Cornwall, near Plymouth