4 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Pet and child Friendly And Close To The Beach
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
max 2 Dogs - please see custom rule below.
Children are very welcome.
Up to two well behaved pets are welcome at the property. Please note pets are not allowed upstairs. (Stair gates are provided to help with this)
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Just what a holiday should be, relaxing from the moment we arrived.
A fantastic time had by all. The owners are very helpful and informative. The accommodation was exactly as described on the website and the quality of the appliances and utensils were excellent. Very dog friendly and we would certainly recommend and stay again.
Had a lovely week staying in Crantock at Tara Vale. Owners very friendly and welcoming on arrival. Very clean modern house and only 20 minutes walk to the sea
Hopefully we can return one day
We have just returned from a week at this wonderful property. We travelled as a family of six and two small dogs to celebrate my fathers 70th birthday. Belinda and Derek are amazing hosts, and Belinda's homemade scone's, jam and clotted cream where amazing after our long drive.
The house has everything you would need and the arrival hamper is a great touch. The garden is truly spectacular and we spent every morning having coffee out there.
Thank you for letting us enjoy you fabulous house in an amazing spot.
A gem of a place
The house is very spacious, fully equipped and felt home from home. We had six adults, baby and two children and had plenty of room. Beautiful house and the garden is wonderful.Brian and Belinda are very friendly and made us very welcome , the scones with Jam and cream were very much appreciated after a long journey. The comfort provided in the house made our stay very relaxed after our days at the beach. Crantock beach is magnificent with facilities for surfacing,body boarding, stand up paddling or just enjoy the river at low tide to mess about. We all had a fantastic holiday. Thank you Brian and Belinda making our stay so wonderful and comfortable
Lovely home from home
A beautifully decorated and equipped house which made our family holiday even more enjoyable. We were greeted with a cream tea and all the essentials get our holiday started. Everything had been thought about right down to the buckets and spades for the beach. Belinda and Derek were very friendly and welcoming. Will definitely be coming back to stay again. Thank you, the Perry family
Very good property
We had an excellent holiday and the property managers were extremely friendly and helpful.
Crantock beach (10 mins walk away) is a beautiful wide sandy bay. It has lifeguards and is perfect for swimming & surfing. Crantock beach was rated by the BBC series 'Coast' as Britain’s number 1 beach. This beautiful coastal area forms part of a National Trust Conservation Area and is great for coastal cliff walks. Or why not, take to the water to try your hand at kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, or surfing, all available for hire.
Newquay airport is 7 miles away, for more international flights Exeter airport is 90 miles away. The nearest train station is Newquay 3 miles away, or Bodmin Parkway 24 miles away. There is a bus service to the village, however use of a car is recommended.
Nearby, the town of Newquay 3 miles away offers plenty of shops, restaurants, zoo, aquarium, boat trips and activities. Both Dairyland Theme Park and the Lappa Valley Steam Railway are 4.5 miles & offer a great day out for children. Quaint fishing towns of Padstow is 16 miles or St Ives 30 miles away. The cathedral town of Truro is 13 miles away with excellent shopping, museums, and restaurants. The world famous Eden Project is 20 miles away and the lost gardens of Helligan are 18 miles away.
This beautiful coastal area forms part of a National Trust Conservation Area and is great for both coastal cliff walks and inland moorland rambles. To the North of Crantock Bay lies the Gannel estuary which has created a beautiful sandy haven for countless seabirds. Why not enjoy a leisurely evening stroll along the rivers edge at high tide and see what you can see.
The picturesque village of Crantock, with its lovely thatched cottages, offers a tea room, a 400 year old thatched pub serving good quality food, a bakery, a beach café, a grocery store, a post office and a cliff top restaurant overlooking the sea.
Nearby is the secluded beach of Polly Joke, without a car park and only accessed via a footpath - it is perfect for relaxing far away from it all.
Also nearby, is the vibrant fishing town of Newquay, which can be accessed by foot, ferry or road from Crantock. Newquay has excellent attractions for both adults and children, including a zoo, aquarium, indoor fun pool with flumes, boating lake and a theme park. Newquay also boasts 4 large beaches, which offer a variety of water based activities including, surfing lessons, coasteering, paddle boarding and fishing trips.
The BBC’s description of Crantock: “This quaint hidden cove is the place to escape the rowdy hordes in nearby Newquay. Set at the bottom of a quintessentially English village with two charming pubs, you’ll find it by wandering through the National Trust car park. Scale the looming dune and you’ll be rewarded with a goose-pimple inducing view. To the right of the bay, the tidal River Gannel offers ferry runs from the beach to Fern Pit. Here you can order a cooked lobster, caught that morning, or opt for a stunning cliff top walk along the headland overlooking the bay”.