- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
This modern, mid-terrace cottage, one of nine set in a small, stylish development adjacent to a creek, is located in the charming village of Little Petherick, three miles from Padstow's beaches in Cornwall.
Overlooking the tidal creek, this cottage near Padstow is nestled in a wonderfully peaceful setting, boasting fabulous views and an abundance of wildlife, perfect for families or small groups of friends exploring this wonderful area.
Set mostly over the ground floor, this Cornwall cottage offers one first floor double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, reached by a spiral staircase, and a cosy ground floor twin room with an en-suite shower room.
The open plan living area provides a well-equipped kitchen with granite-topped units and a dining area, where the whole family can gather to plan the holiday's escapades!
Retire to the sitting area and relax with a film or catch up on some reading in the sunny conservatory.
French doors open to a decked patio outside this cottage near Padstow, which overlooks the creek, where you can sit and soak up the summer sunshine with some alfresco dining.
Pick up your morning paper in St.
Issey, just a mile away, or enjoy dinner at one of the friendly pubs there.
This Cornwall cottage is situated on The Saints Way, an ancient walking trail leading from Padstow to Fowey, providing ample opportunity for a stroll along the creek and for birdwatching.
A haven for nature lovers, try and catch a glimpse of the otters that play in the water and enjoy the wonderful scent of wildflowers, which grow here in abundance.
The creek leads to the Camel Estuary, where a disused railway line following it provides a fantastic trail that's perfect for cycling.
Discover the many superb, safe beaches near this Cornwall cottage, including Treyarnon Bay, Constatine Bay and Harlyn Bay.
Rock Beach at Padstow and Daymer are ideal for surfing and sailing or simply sunbathing on the sand.
Padstow, with its quaint little streets full of boutique shops and boasting a picturesque harbour, is renowned for its selection of good restaurants and inns.
This gorgeous, waterside cottage near Padstow is a fantastic retreat for friends and families, wishing to explore the fabulous beaches and countryside of Cornwall.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x first floor double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x 2’ 6” twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Conservatory.
- Electric storage heaters
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent, please bring own beach towels
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed, decked garden with furniture, lockable gate and private steps to creek
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop, pub and Post Office 1 mile
- Beach 3 miles
- Note: Narrow staircase to first floor, unsuitable for the less mobile
- Note: Steps down to creek from decking, children to be supervised
- Note: Private access to creek may be suitable for launching your own boat/kayak etc
- please contact the owner for more details
- Note: No mobile signal.
- “Peaceful waterside cottage”
- “this is a comfy cottage in a very peaceful waterside location. Although compact, for a holiday rental where you are out and about most of the time it is plenty big enough for four people. What is lacking in space is made up for by the location on a no through road beside a tidal creek. If you are interested in wildlife this is an excellent locaction for watching birds, listening to owls at night and trying to spot the otter that sneaks by at low tide. We saw the footprints after each tide but never saw their owner. All in all we had a lovely week at waterside. The only minor downer from my wife's perspective was the poor band with on the Wi Fi. It's worth noting that if you want to eat out at more than one venue you need to either walk into Padstow about 45 minute across country or 10 minutes by car and hope you can park. There are other eateries around about with some very good ones in St Meryn. We used Waves and The View. There is also Rick Steins pub The Cornish Arms, it gets busy in the evening so best to go early but the food and beer are good and not overpriced.”
- “Perfect Winter Destination”
- “Having always gone to Cornwall in spring and summer we thought we would try in the winter and we were really lucky the cottage was available over new year. The cottage is really comfortable and is tucked away in a quiet spot overlooking a lovely Cornish tidal creek. We saw Kingfishers and Egrets every day and even spotted a stoat on the patio! You can walk from the cottage along the creek to the Camel Trail and then on to Padstow or Wadebridge. It was a real delight to visit at a time of year when everywhere was really quiet - empty beaches, free beach carparks, no queues at the bakery for pasties and lonely coastal path walks....and yes we had great weather!”
- “Sitting on the decking overlooking the creek, loved feeding the ducklings and swans. It was peaceful and quiet - excellent. Also very near to Padstow for eating out, everything we want in a holiday.”
- “Cottage and location were very good. Had a nice comfortable, relaxing holiday.”
- “The cottage was comfortable, homely and pleasantly decorated, a lovely place to come back to after a days sightseeing. Perfectly placed for visiting many attractions in Cornwall. Nice quiet location with pleasant decking area for warmer months of year.”
About the location
Padstow 2.5 miles; Wadebridge 4.5 miles.
Set in a wooded valley at the head of a tidal creek running up from the Camel Estuary, this tiny hamlet of Cornish stone houses exudes peace and tranquillity. Footpaths lead in all directions - across the fields, over to the next village, down the creek to the estuary and along the water’s edge to Padstow. Wildlife, waterfowl and the sights and sounds of the country are everywhere, and yet, just ten minutes by car, and you are in Padstow with its winding streets, quaint fishing harbour, excellent pubs and top quality restaurants. The excellent surfing beaches of Harlyn and Constantine are ideal for safe family fun, and Constatine Bay is also home to a golf course, just a few miles away, while a passenger ferry across the river from Padstow to Rock takes you to the beach at Daymer Bay. Just around the corner toward Pentire Head is the surfing paradise at Polzeath, and when the beach no longer calls, there’s a golf course nearby, several stately homes and gardens to visit and the Camel Trail to walk or cycle. The fabulous Eden Project is just fifteen miles away.