The Beach House is an upside down semi-detached holiday home in the village of Porth near Newquay. The apartment sleeps six people in three bedrooms which are a double with an en-suite shower room, a second double and a twin room. There is also a bathroom and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with a balcony. Outside there is off road parking for one car and a lawned garden with a patio and furniture. The Beach House is in a great location for a well-earned holiday at any time of year.
Three ground floor bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x twin. First floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with balcony.
Gas central heating. Electric oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair. Off road parking for 1 car. Lawned garden with patio and furniture. Balcony with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: First floor balcony, young children to be supervised.
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.
Cornwall is a region full of history, culture and unique identity. So unique in fact that Cornwall has its very own language (Kernowek), flag (St Piran's Banner) and national anthem (Trelawney). In 2014 the UK government officially recognised the fine people of Cornwall as a national minority group, meaning that Cornish heritage and traditions now join the Irish, Scottish and Welsh as a protected Celtic group.
Cornwall is proudly known as the stunning setting of the popular BBC television series 'Poldark', starring Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson. Cornwall is also proud of its famous Cornish Pasty, but has another pastry dish to offer you, the Stargazy Pie! If you don't mind a few pilchards looking at you whilst you eat, then the Stargazy Pie is the pie for you. After a pasty or a pie, or both, you might fancy a pint and Cornwall has a great choice of locally produced beers to satisfy your thirst. Try an ale from the St Austell Brewery, Skinner's Brewery or the Rebel Brewing Company to name but a few of the fine ale producers in the region. Please remember to always drink responsibly.
Here are just a couple of the great Cornish attractions you could visit:
We hope you enjoy your break in Cornwall!