Sunray Cottage is paces from the big sandy beach at Portreath.
Nestled along a pretty terrace, this superbly presented bolthole delivers sun, sea and sand for that traditional 'wish you were here' getaway, with sea glimpses from the front garden.
Divinely enticing and bursting with character, comfort and charisma, the cottage is ideal for couples, families and friends seeking recreation and relaxation in spades - and don't forget the buckets!
Beautifully refurbished with a nautical vibe, stylish and comfortable accommodation is guaranteed throughout.
The sitting room is very welcoming with inglenook fireplace, wood burner and comfy sofas.
The kitchen is smart with dining area - a great social space.
With two sleep-ready bedrooms and a chic family bathroom, Sunray Cottage will make a memorable holiday homestay.
The manicured garden at the front of the cottage is a pretty sun-spot for alfresco food or sundowner drinks.
Portreath resort has a bubbly atmosphere with shops for provisions, cafes, a deli, coffee houses and pubs.
The beach boasts a dinky harbour and trickling stream running through the sands and excellent surf for boarders.
Leisure facilities at Gwel-an-Mor include a swimming pool, Wellbeing Spa and tennis court within walking distance, with terraced restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine.
Tee off at the nearby golf course or try the Coast to Coast Cycle Trail.
Ramble to Bassets Cove and back, roughly five miles, or head to Porthtowan, a four mile adventure promising wildlife galore.
At Porthtowan, enjoy refreshment at popular Blue Bar café and restaurant, set aside the sand dunes with gorgeous views across the beach and ocean.
Tehidy Country Park is a worthy discovery with cycle paths and nature trails, reached within a mile and a half of Sunray Cottage.The Cornish Atlantic coastline has a bounty of beautiful beaches including Trevaunance Cove at St Agnes, Perranporth, Newquay and stunning Watergate Bay.
Iconic Land's End is a must-see destination combining dramatic landscapes and color burst seascape sunsets.
A day spent in postcard perfect St Ives is recommended with scenic harbour, four fabulous beaches and cobbled lanes packed with boutiques, art galleries, gift shops and restaurants.
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.
Note: Babes in arms welcome, regretfully no children under the age of six years.