A truly special holiday experience awaits you at this beautiful, elegant Grade II listed converted barn near Watergate Bay.
Stylish and luxurious, The Hideaway is the ultimate couples’ retreat, with no expense spared.
From the lofty, open plan living area, the eye is drawn immediately to the galleried bedroom – lavishly furnished with a freestanding bathtub, super king bed and crisp white linens.
Downstairs, a sleek and well-equipped kitchen leads off from the restful lounge area, where a generous log burner forms the hub of this romantic retreat.
The terrace outside - complete with ornamental pond, loungers and a chiminea – provides a very pretty spot in which to enjoy a morning coffee or evening bubbles.
Guests can also enjoy wandering through the estate’s orchard and paddock, as well as the woodland and ruins of the grand manor house which once took pride of place just a short walk away.
When you are ready to explore further, the beautiful north Cornish coast is just a short drive away – offering fantastic walks, stunning scenery and some of the best surfing conditions in the UK….
But if all this sounds a bit too energetic for you, then why not simply relax and unwind with a bit of pampering at either the Bedruthan Steps or the adults-only Scarlet Hotel.
Foodies are spoilt for choice in this part of the world, too, with Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Restaurant at Watergate, and Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth’s restaurants in nearby Padstow.
One bedroom. 1 x first floor mezzanine with super-king size bed and freestanding bathtub. Ground floor shower room with walk in shower, WC and freestanding basin. Open plan living area with wood burner, kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Newquay 4 miles; Newquay Airport 1.5 miles.
The peaceful destination of Watergate Bay is home to a few cottages, a couple of hotels on the headland, a fantastic beachside bistro and an extreme sports/surf school, placing the bay in a class of its own. Viewed as one of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches, Watergate Bay also offers sand yachting, paragliding, kite surfing, cliff climbing, and abseiling. The area is a favourite with walkers, with the South West Coast Path extending west toward Newquay and east to Padstow, through some of the county’s most dramatic coastal scenery. Newquay, with its lively resort attractions, shops, bars, zoo and Sea Life Centre is just four miles away, whilst the picturesque town of Padstow, with its famous seafood restaurants and beautiful harbour area, make a great day out. The world-renowned Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth and the Cathedral city of Truro, with its cobbled streets, restaurants, museums and theatre are all within easy reach, as are several stately homes and outstanding gardens. Peace and tranquillity are assured in this beautiful area with roaring surf, great beaches and much to see and do right on the doorstep.
Note: Short breaks accepted at a minimum price of £499.00. One large dog or two medium sized dogs welcome at a charge of £50.