A charming cottage situated in a quiet lane set off Polzeath beach which is just yards away.
This cottage is ideally located for beach and walking holidays for families or groups of friends.
You enter the cottage through the large porch, before entering into the smartly-refurbished open plan living room with an especially comfy large sofa and all you need for your holiday.
There are three bedrooms here with something to suit all the family, a double, a single and a triple room, which has a double below and a single above.
At the rear of the property, and accessed through French doors from the kitchen is your private patio with table and chairs for outside dining.
A short stroll from the doorstep brings you to Polzeath village where a fine choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants offers a great selection of local produce specialising in fish of course.
The beach really does have something for everyone from rockpooling for the children to bodyboarding, and of course surfing for which the beach is world-renowned.
Walkers will delight in the stunning coastal path offering spectacular views of the famous rugged coastline.
The walk from Polzeath to Rock and back is not to be missed and watch out for dolphins and puffins along the way.
A charming cottage in a fabulous location for holidays all year round.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 922658, together they sleep 12.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single, 1 x triple bunk (double below, single above). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Wadebridge 7.5 miles; Padstow 16 miles.
The seaside village of Polzeath boasts a sandy beach, which is bordered by rock pools and is acclaimed to be one of the best surfing beaches in the country. Polzeath itself has a number of small shops, cafes and restaurants, and the South West Coast Path, a 630-mile route, runs through the village. Just over seven miles away is the popular market town of Wadebridge, which is set alongside the River Camel and offers an array of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as North Cornwall's only family-owned cinema. There’s wonderful countryside in the area, with the renowned Camel Trail passing through the town, and the nearby town of Padstow, with its harbour, pastel-washed medieval houses and celebrated restaurants is well worth exploring. Within driving distance is the UK surfing capital of Newquay, with over 11 miles of golden sandy beaches. Polzeath is an excellent base for exploring this part of Cornwall.