Ideally located for beach holidays, walkers and dog owners, this charming and beautifully presented contemporary house is just one of a few set in a quiet cul-de-sac yet in the centre of Newquay, just a short walk to the world famous Fistral Beach and town centre.
With such a convenient location, should you fancy a break from driving then you can leave your car parked up for your entire holiday.
A well-equipped kitchen with a dining area leads through to a spacious sitting room with French doors leading out to the enclosed garden where the brick barbecue oven offers alfresco dining after a day on the beach.
There is also storage in the garden for surf boards if needed.
There are three bedrooms here, the master benefiting from en-suite facilities, all on the first floor along with the bathroom.
With all Newquay has to offer on the doorstep you have the opportunity to spend long lazy days on the beach before returning to the house to shower and prepare yourself for a night on the town.
Just a short stroll away is a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, takeaways, bistros, bars and clubs, offering something for everyone.
A superb walk, which can be rewarded with a wonderful meal, can be enjoyed by taking the coastal path passing Fistral Beach out to the Pentire headland where you will come to Lewinninck Lodge, nationally recognised as one of the finest and best situated bar and restaurants in the UK.
The return walk along the coast is a good way to work off those extra calories with the added benefit of breathtaking views over Fistral Beach and the coastline.
A beautifully-presented, ideally located house perfect for holidays or short breaks all year round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Holywell 6 miles; Perranporth 8.5 miles; Truro 14 miles; Padstow 14 miles.
Newquay is the home of the UK’s surf scene, boasting three major beaches, the National Surf Centre and an endless supply of rolling surf, making it a watersports paradise. The town, with its zoo, sea life centre and varied selection of restaurants and pubs, also promises a holiday to remember. For avid walkers, the South West Coast Path passes in both directions along a stunning coastline of high cliffs, hidden coves and yet more beaches. The quaint harbour and fishing village of Padstow is just 14 miles away, while Truro, with its museums, cathedral, restaurants and cobbled streets, as well as the Eden Project, can be reached within 45 minutes. Picturesque St Ives and the Tate St Ives gallery is around an hour's drive or a train ride away. In fact, because nothing in Cornwall is far from Newquay, it’s the perfect touring base.