This property is 3 bed 3 bathroom in an old character Grade II listed building built in 1874 but with all modern conveniences. It Sleeps 5 and is family friendly. You enter the property through a large Gothic Style door with a beautiful Victorian tiled hallway which leads you to a set of stairs leading to the first floor. On the first floor you will find an open plan kitchen,living and a door leading to a double bedroom with en-suite. A further set of stairs from the living area leads you to a landing with a ballustrated gallery overlooking the living areas and 2 further bedrooms, 1 double and one single both with en-suite. Towels and linen provided
Kitchen is fully equipped including oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher,toaster, coffee machine, fridge, freezer, washer dryer
TV with freeview in lounge area and superfast internet.
There is off street free parking in market street opposite the property and three car parks in the village two pay and one free. The village has a co-op supermarket open 7 am to 10 pm 7 days a week, beautician, chemist,2 butchers, a co-op,library,post office, dentist,barbers,beautician, doctors,vet, hardware store, Lloyds Bank, several public houses who serve food, a Chinese takeaway and 2 fish and chip shops. Newquay airport with flights from Gatwick is 5 minutes away. The beaches of Newquay, Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth and Bedruthan Steps are minutes away. Close by is Padstow with Restaurants of Paul Ainsworth, and Rick Stein and at Watergate Bay Jamie Olivers restaurant Fifteen.
Also within easy reach are The Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project. The Cathedral city of Truro with its many restaurants is a 20 minute drive away and The Lizard a 25 minute drive. The Camel Estuary is 20 minutes away where you can hire bicycles and take a ride on the Camel Cycle Trail. There are lots of children's entertainment in the area.
Locally you will find jet skiing,sailing, surfing and fishing. For walkers there are some fantastic walks including the one to Mawgan Porth beach through the woods and you can stop at an excellent Tea room or pub on the way at St Mawgan-in-Pydar.