Perfectly located for family beach holidays, this beautifully furnished house is located in a quiet residential area in Pentire, just a five minute walk from the world famous Fistral Beach and within walking distance of Newquay town centre.
The moment you arrive you will see that all the family are well catered for with lots of children’s outdoor toys to be enjoyed in the large enclosed south-facing rear garden complete with patio and outdoor dining area, a perfect place to relax and enjoy alfresco dining after a great day on the beach.
There are four bedrooms with two doubles, one king-size and the other benefiting from en-suite facilities and two twin rooms, one of which includes a single and a trundle bed for children.
The large living room has ample room for all the family to sit around in comfort whilst the well-equipped kitchen has all the chef needs to prepare the daily meals, however with such a diverse choice of meals and takeaways available in Newquay’s many restaurants, bistros and pubs, eating out will be a pleasure.
For that special meal the Lewinnick Lodge set spectacularly on the cliff edge is very popular with locals and is easily reached along the beautiful coastal path close to the house.
Fistral Beach is sure to be popular with all the family but make sure you also make the effort to cross the tidal River Gannel located south of the house to the family-favourite Crantock Beach, but remember to check the tide times and either cross the river when the tide is out or take the nearby ferry when the tide is in and stop on the way back to sample the famous crab sandwiches at the cafe close to the ferry.
Fistral Coast is the perfect house for unforgettable family holidays.
Four bedrooms : 1 x king size double with TV, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single with 1 trundle bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
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.