Holiday Cottage in Newquay
Sleeps 2 - Bedrooms 1 - From £308
Situated less than 500m from a junction on the A30 so you will have excellent access to both the east and west this a great central location, from the north coasts glorious sandy beaches, magnificent promontories, crashing surf and secluded bays to the picturesque quintessential Cornish towns and villages like Padstow or Port Isaac. The Eden Project or St Michaels Mount are both within a 40 minute drive as is the glorious Roseland Peninsula which will give a wonderful varied holiday.
Ground Floor only: Enter into small conservatory / porch. Open plan kitchen / living / dining room, wood laminate floors, comfortable sofas, large TV, dining table and chairs, kitchen with fitted units and appliances. Study area with small desk and chairs, ideal for a spot of work or reading. Shower room with walk in shower and integral bench seat, WC and hand basin. Large bedroom with 6' double, zip and link bed, or 3' twin beds, and storage.
Exterior: Shared parking area with space for 1 car, patio with table and chairs, bench seat, lawned front garden.
Facilities & Services
Heating is via electric on demand radiators. The kitchen has a range of equipment including an electric oven & induction hob, kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge / freezer and cafetière. There is a digital TV with freeview in the main lounge with DVD player. There is a Chromecast dongle in the TV so you can cast subscription services from your device. There is unlimited superfast WiFi available at the property. There is a hair dryer and an iron and ironing board. There is a cot and high chair available.
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is space for 1 car on the shared drive in front of the property. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted at the Sunny Corner and it is a no smoking property.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
To the north is Newquay and these days its excellent surfing waters are the town's main industry, where as it once used to be a major export port for the counties mining efforts as well as a north coast port for pilchard fisheries. Fistral Beach holds many surfing competitions throughout the year, and also hosts Run to the Sun over May Bank holiday, a VW and Custom Car Show. Both the Womens and Mens Gig Championships are held here, as are a balloon festival and surf and lifesaving events. Newquay Zoo now houses 130 different species in sub tropical gardens in the centre of the town. Two miles away is The Lappa Valley Steam Railway which, offers both the old and young an interesting day out. Newquay Airport has made the north coast one of the easiest places in Cornwall to get to, with regular flights from various locations across the UK. The town also has an Aquarium, a Waterworld and numerous immensely pretty beaches for the less active. Trerice, run by the National Trust, is 3 miles outside of the town and is an Elizabethan Manor House and Garden with restricted winter opening times.
For great restaurants you might like to try Padstow, with its fine selection of restaurants influenced by Rick Stein, or in The Square you might like to book at Paul Ainsworth's No 6 (one Michelin star), the St Enodoc Hotel or at one of Nathan Outlaws restaurants in Rock or Port Isaac.
To the North West is Holywell Bay, a little village on the North coast between Perranporth and Newquay. It has a beautiful beach with fantastic sand dunes and a little stream for paddling for those daunted by the waves. In the summer months the beach is patrolled by lifeguards and of course, surfing lessons are available for those keen on learning.
The Cathedral City of Truro is in the heart of Cornwall and offers a wealth of facilities for the visitor. Dominated by the stunning cathedral, it is one of the south west's most attractive cities. Lemon Quay plays host to many events throughout the year including the Cornwall Food & Drink Festival in the Autumn and the famous Truro Fatstock Show just before Christmas. Regular farmers markets occur every Wednesdays & Saturday and there are also arts & craft markets on Saturdays. There is a wonderful range of shopping for the visitor including all the regular high street stores including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Tescos & Sainsburys, but also a wide range of more specialist stores. It really is worth a wander through the back streets and alleys to find some fabulous little boutiques. Truro has a superb range of restaurants from Bustopher Jones & Mannings on Lemon Street to the always popular Pizza Express. There are lively bars, pubs & nightclubs including the superb Old Ale House, a busy Wetherspoons and the infamous L2 if you are so inclined! The Hall for Cornwall hosts everything from Shakespeare to rock concerts and the cinema on Lemon Street has all the latest releases.
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