Number 3, Seashore House is magnificent first floor apartment embraces a wonderful position, directly above Porth beach which has just been awarded a Blue Flag and a Seaside Award for 2018, with easy access to the sands, and beautiful views to keep you occupied all day long.
Perfect for couples or a small family, this retreat is a lovely place to visit for some time away from it all, well-appointed for local amenities.
The lounge boasts a central bay window that welcomes the one-of-a-kind views inside, providing a nice backdrop to admire as you relax in comfort on the sofa.
A country kitchen lies adjacent with a sense of charm and tradition, whilst the spectacular views sweep over to the dining room, where you can come together for dinner, watching the sunset.
Two bedrooms will leave you spoilt for choice; the twin is accessed by a long corridor and features its own wardrobe, whilst the double is laced with pinstripe bedding, and includes a wonderful en-suite shower room.
To tie this all together, the family bathroom comes complete with a bath and an overhead shower, to ensure you can get ready at ease, each day that goes by.
Nearby is the South West Coast Path, which boasts spectacular scenery.
Watergate Bay, with its rolling waves, surf schools, cafe and pubs, is only a short walk away.
The popular resort of Newquay with its beaches, water sports, pubs, restaurants, zoo and aquarium is worth a visit, not forgetting the villages of Padstow, Bodmin Moor, the city of Truro, Falmouth and the world-famous Eden Project.
A refreshing cottage in a scenic location.
All first floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Newquay 1.3 miles; Truro 15 miles.
Porth is a small seaside village on the outskirts of Newquay. The village offers a shop, cafes, restaurants and a pub on the sandy beach, plus nearby is the South West Coast Path, which boasts spectacular scenery. Watergate Bay, with its rolling waves, surf schools, cafe and pubs, is a short walk away, and the popular resort of Newquay with its beaches, watersports, pubs, restaurants, zoo and aquarium is well worth a visit. Fistral Beach and surf centre are three miles west of Porth, whilst the surf training school at Lusty Glaze Beach is actually within the village. The charming fishing village of Padstow, along with Bodmin Moor, the city of Truro, Falmouth and the world-famous Eden Project are all within easy reach, making Porth an ideal base for a Cornish getaway.