Set within 10 minutes of the impressive sand dunes of the stunningly beautiful Perranporth beach and its 3 miles of glorious sands, this charming terraced cottage is set in the hamlet of Rose, 1 mile by road from Perranporth (also accessible along the sand dunes).
Ideal for families and walkers alike you will sense the home from home feel the moment you enter Daisy Cottage.
Entering into the porch you pass through the kitchen into the living room which has access through the rear porch into the enclosed garden making it ideal for children and pets.
Young children in particular will delight in the play house in the garden, a real aladdins cave packed full of toys and so much to keep them amused.
There are three bedrooms, a super king size zip and link bed offering a choice of double or two singles, a king size double bed and a twin bedroom all situated on the first floor along with the bathroom.
Whilst the surrounding area is a haven for dog walking if you wish to go out for an evening or enjoy a day out at one of the many attractions the County has to offer the owners, who live next door offer a dog sitting service bookable direct with them.
With a choice of so many activities on the beach with surf and kite buggy schools for those seeking adventure to the spectacular coastal walking there will always be so much to do here with something for everyone.
The golf course, surely one of the most beautifully located anywhere is less than a mile away.
Perranporth itself offers a wide choice of pubs, restaurants and takeaways so dining out will always be a pleasure.
A holiday packed full of memories will always enjoyed when staying at Daisy cottage whatever time of year.
About the location
Newquay 9 miles; Truro 9.5 miles.
Perranporth, a beautiful Cornish coastal town, lies in the heart of Poldark Country, the setting for the novels of Winston Graham who lived in Perranporth in the 1930s. Perranporth offers plenty of traditional pubs and shops, plus a classic bucket-and-spade beach that is lifeguarded in summer, overlooked by craggy rocks and a wonderful coastal path. Once known as the source of the finest tin, the community still retains reminders of the rich heritage with abandoned pump houses, mine shafts and workers’ cottages. The local Blue Hills Museum and Perranzabuloe Folk Museum are both well worth a visit to understand the fascinating history of this coastal area. Further afield are the miles of sandy beaches at Crantock and Holywell Bay, and the breathtaking coastal walks around St Agnes, much of it owned by the National Trust. A perfect holiday base in Cornwall, with an abundance of activities to suit everyone.