Perfectly located for beach holidays and coastal walking this first floor flat with stunning far reaching sea views is set in the village of Porth on the coast road linking Newquay and Watergate Bay.
You park at the rear of the flat before entering via a set of stairs into the hallway taking you through to the open plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
The view from here is spectacular and many hours could be spent in a cosy chair simply gazing out to sea.
There are two bedrooms with the double enjoying the amazing views which are just wonderful to wake up to.
Directly opposite the flat is the coastal path which will take you to a whole host of splendid beaches.
Porth beach which is 5 minutes walk away is very popular with families and has a vast expanse of flat golden sand offering safe bathing.
Whipsiderry beach is even closer but only accessed by ascending many steps but you are rewarded by a splendid much quieter beach.
Also a must visit and again only a few minutes walk away is the historic Porth island, an impressive ancient cliff fort and settlement accessed by a narrow footbridge.
For an unforgettable walk simply take the exhillarating coastal path from the flat to Watergate bay where lunch or refreshments can be enjoyed in the excellent beach cafe or for that special occasion Jamie Oliver's number 15 restaurant before returning, if the tide allows along the beach all the way to Porth.
With all Newquay has to offer and Padstow an easy and beautiful coastal drive away a stay here offers comfortable accommodation in an ideal location all year round
All first floor. Two bedrooms; 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
About the location
Newquay 1.3 miles; Truro 15 miles.
Porth is a small seaside village on the outskirts of Newquay. The village offers a shop, cafes, restaurants and a pub on the sandy beach, plus nearby is the South West Coast Path, which boasts spectacular scenery. Watergate Bay, with its rolling waves, surf schools, cafe and pubs, is a short walk away, and the popular resort of Newquay with its beaches, watersports, pubs, restaurants, zoo and aquarium is well worth a visit. Fistral Beach and surf centre are three miles west of Porth, whilst the surf training school at Lusty Glaze Beach is actually within the village. The charming fishing village of Padstow, along with Bodmin Moor, the city of Truro, Falmouth and the world-famous Eden Project are all within easy reach, making Porth an ideal base for a Cornish getaway.