This lovely family home is located in a quiet area of Newquay yet is only a short walk from the town centre and the famous Fistral Beach.
The cottage is ideal for large families or those wanting the flexibility of extra space and is easily accessible to all of the town’s beaches, the harbour, boating lake, zoo, beautiful coastline walks and the stunning River Gannel.
There are five bedrooms with two on the ground floor and three double rooms on the first floor, including the master room with an en-suite bathroom and full-length balcony.
The sitting room has a dining area and is ideal for family occasions with everybody sitting together for a delicious meal.
Outside, the garden is enclosed, and with ample parking and secure storage for bikes and surfboards, you have everything you need for a fantastic holiday on the coast.
You are only a short walk from the town, the zoo and the incredible beaches which this town is famous for.
To the south is the acclaimed beach at Crantock singled out by the Sunday Times as the UK's best family beach.
The walk to Crantock is spectacular but make sure you check the tide times first.
Walk along the stunning River Gannel, a tidal river which can be explored by kayak, canoe, bike or horseback, all of which can be hired locally.
If the tide is high and preventing walking along the sandy riverbed, take the ferry which has been running since 1910 from the Fernpit café to Crantock beach.
Known as Newquay's best kept secret this café provides legendary crab sandwiches and is also well known for fresh homemade cakes, perfect to round off a day on the beach or even to pop up to for lunch.
With Newquay and all its attractions close to hand there will be something for everyone of all ages regardless of the weather and time of year.
Five bedrooms: 3 x double (one with en-suite bath, separate shower, basin and WC and balcony), 1 x ground floor double with TV, 1 x ground floor twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area. Utility.
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.