Three steps to entrance. Spacious living/dining room with wood-burning stove and finished concrete floor. Archway to large well-equipped kitchen. Utility. Two double bedrooms, each with television/DVD; one with 5ft bed and en-suite shower room with toilet. Two twin bedrooms. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Wet room with toilet.
- Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
- Elec, full oil central heating (underfloor in wet room), bed linen and towels inc
- travel cot
- Two Freeview television/DVDs
- Additional Freeview television
- CD/digital radio/iPod dock
- Microwave Oven
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Tel-incoming and local calls only
- Large lawned garden with terrace, decking and furniture
- Parking (for 3 cars)
- Pets free of charge
- No smoking
- NB: 3 steps from decking to garden
This single-storey holiday property boasts stunning coastal and countryside views. Dog-friendly, it is bright, modern, spacious and furnished with style. The large glass doors to the front and back lead to a decked area and terrace which has sea and coastal views, ideal for a morning cup of coffee or al fresco dining, and there are open country views to the front and side.
Just ½ mile from Port Isaac and on the coastal path, this is a unique holiday home in a fantastic position. Port Gaverne is just down the hill with its secluded bay and charming Port Gaverne Hotel, public house and restaurant. A little further is Port Isaac, made famous by the television series Doc Martin. Port Isaac has a picturesque working harbour and an array of quaint shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Port Isaac lies on the South West Coastal Path and offers spectacular walks with views of dramatic cliffs and coastline of North Cornwall. Also close by is the sandy surfing beach at Polzeath. Just along the coast is Rock, which has beautiful beaches with a number of watersports available and St Enodoc Golf Club. From Rock a ferry can be taken over to Padstow, with its array of interesting shops, pubs and restaurants including Rick Stein's famous seafood restaurant. From here a ferry can be taken over to Rock, which has a sandy surfing beach with a number of watersports available. From Padstow, a 5-mile stretch of the Camel Trail runs to Wadebridge offering a level route for walkers and cyclists and which passes by Pinkson Creek, a habitat abundant with bird life. Up the coast is the pretty coastal village of Tintagel, with its ruined castle on the headland and legends of King Arthur. The pretty fishing village of Boscastle is also worth a visit, and a little further on are the fine sandy beaches of Crackington Haven and Bude. Shop 1/2 mile, public house 1/4 mile.