Ideally located for touring Cornwall, especially its North Coast and array of world-class beaches, this spacious and bright semi-detached holiday home is set a short walk from the centre of the old historic town of St Columb Major.
Upon entering, you will sense the relaxing atmosphere, with the cosy sitting room inviting you inside.
Follow this into the open plan kitchen with dining area, where everyone can enjoy time together discussing the day’s events over dinner, whilst the warm and welcoming conservatory beckons, the ideal place to retire to at the end of the day.
On summer evenings you should step out onto the patio, relax with a drink and admire the wonderful collection of tropical palms, which thrive here in this sheltered location.
Upstairs you’ll find the family bathroom and three comfy bedrooms offering a choice of accommodation.
St Columb Major has a few takeaways, a range of independent shops and several traditional Cornish pubs serving food, local ale and cider.
Seven miles away is the popular town of Newquay, which buzzes with activity, where you’ll find something to keep everyone entertained, with its zoo, aquarium and lively surfing scene.
Wadebridge, with its weekly country market where you’re sure to pick up a local delight, is also the perfect place to join the popular Camel Cycle Trail.
Pretty, ever-popular Padstow, with its wonderful selection of restaurants, quaint boutiques and attractive harbour is also within a short drive, as is the famous Eden Project.
A wealth of wonderful beaches are also waiting to be enjoyed.
Tre-a-dre is the perfect place for a relaxing Cornish holiday at any time of year.
About the location
ST COLUMB MAJOR
Newquay 7 miles; Padstow 9 miles.
An old and picturesque market town nestled among lush green countryside, just five miles from the North Cornish Coast. The resort attractions of Newquay includes bars, clubs, a zoo, vibrant shops, the National Surfing Centre and fabulous beaches are all just 7 miles away, while 9 miles in the other direction is the sleepy fishing port of Padstow. In between lies a beautiful section of the South West Coast path, winding its way over the clifftops, down to tranquil coves and across some of the region's top beaches. The surrounding area is also a visitor’s paradise with much to see and do, and there's good public transport links available by bus, coach, train and plane. Stately homes, world-renowned gardens, adventure playgrounds and theme parks, model railways, fishing lakes and golf courses are all to be discovered within 10 miles. Even the spectacular Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, both on the other side of the county, are only 12 miles away, making this a superb base for your Cornish holiday.