With a grandstand harbourside position in the coastal town of Portreath, located midway between St Ives and St Agnes on the north Cornish Coast.
A family favoured destination for beach holidays and surfing the Atlantic waves.
This waterfront terraced cottage is a few minutes’ walk from the beach and town’s amenities overlooking the harbour.
You enter from the waterfront terrace into a spacious open plan living area tastefully presented with wood floors and painted timber beam ceilings.
A wood burning stove in the seating adds a cosy atmosphere for cooler evenings.
There is a well-equipped, attractive rustic style kitchen with range cooker.
The dining area leads into a bright sun room providing an additional area for relaxation.
A useful ground floor shower room is perfect for showering following a day on the beach.
On the first floor, there are three individual bedrooms and separate family bathroom.
Outside to the rear, a private sheltered enclosed courtyard garden offers a haven to relax and enjoy family barbecues.
To the front, a super waterside terrace, where you can enjoy morning coffee or an evening sundowner whilst the boats go in and out of the harbour.
From your doorstep there are pubs , restaurants and shops within minutes’ walk, not to mention the sandy beach that is lifeguarded in the summer.
Walk the coastal footpath from here and enjoy the magnificent seascapes or venture inland to Tehidy Country Park with acres of woodlands, lakes and a golf course.
Visitor hotspots including St Ives, St Agnes and Padstow are within easy reach.
For a super seaside family holiday a stay at Quayside Cottage is really hard to beat.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with TV, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Sun room.
About the location
Truro 14 miles; St Ives 15 miles.
With its sheltered harbour, beautiful Portreath was, in the 1800s, a hive of activity and industry as a major tin-exporting port. Today, the village attracts visitors from around the world with its wild and rugged coastline. High cliffs, secluded coves and sandy, surf-washed beaches typify the area while all around are reminders of the area's rich industrial heritage. Portreath offers a small fishing harbour, shops, a number of pubs, three cafés and a Chinese restaurant, while its safe, sheltered sandy beach is a popular attraction. For a great day out, visit the cathedral city of Truro with its cobbled streets, shopping centre, theatre, museum and great restaurants, just 14 miles away, or travel a few miles along the coast and follow the vast expanse of sandy beach, which leads down to Hayle and on to St Ives. A delightful holiday location.