Perfectly located for touring and close to the wonderful beaches of Crantock, Holywell Bay and Newquay this delightful terraced cottage is set in the pretty village of St Newlyn East, 5 miles inland from Newquay.
Full of character you enter the cottage at the rear of the property via the sun trap of a courtyard at ground level before taking the stairs to the first floor.
Here you have a well equipped kitchen with a dining area, the family bathroom with a bath and separate shower and a most spacious sitting room featuring traditional exposed beams.
There are three bedrooms, a double and a bunk bedroom on the first floor and a large master double complete with a dressing room on the second floor.
Situated right in the centre of St Newlyn East you will have all the benefits of a small village with a good local shop and an excellent pub both a short stroll away.
There are plenty of sporting activities for the whole family to enjoy, with tennis courts, a football pitch, cricket ground, skate park and an outdoor gym all located in the village.
Children can enjoy an afternoon in the sun at the children's play park.
The Pheasant Inn is popular with locals serving locally sourced traditional pub food and a good selection of locally brewed ales.
You will such a good selection of beaches to choose from you could enjoy a different one every day of the week all of which are amongst Cornwall’s finest.
A lovely cottage in a great village location to be enjoyed all year round.
3 bedrooms : 2 x double, 1 x bunk. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC and basin. Kitchen and dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
ST NEWLYN EAST
Newquay 5 miles.
Nestling among the open fields and winding hedgerows of north Cornwall, this tiny village offers a quiet contrast from the summer bustle of nearby Newquay. St Newlyn East boasts a well-stocked shop, pub which serves delicious home-made food, Post Office and a butcher's. A peaceful haven with a wealth of country walks, within 10 miles there are several visitor attractions including stately homes and gardens, model railways, theme parks, fishing villages and harbours and some of the UK’s best surfing beaches. Nearby Newquay boasts a myriad of clubs, pubs, restaurants, shops and visitor attractions such as Newquay Zoo and the Sea Life Centre, whilst above the rolling waves of Fistral Beach is the National Surfing Centre. The cathedral city of Truro, the Eden Project, and much more within reach make this an ideal base for a varied holiday.