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5 ensuite bedrooms, watersports & coastal walks from door, suits all ages & dogs
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 10 (5 Bedrooms) 2 further 2'6" beds/mattresses available for extra children only by arrangement, fee payable Notes on bedrooms: Master bedroom: king-size bed, river outlook and distant beach view, patio doors onto own covered patio Bed 2 king-size Bedrooms 3 & 4: 3' singles that can zip for a super-king (excellent mattress topper) Bed 5 Garden room - superking. River outlook 2 cots and 2 highchairs are available
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Steps to beach at bottom of gardenSteps to beach at bottom of garden
Pets allowed - £50/£30 per dog. Please see doggy rules£50/£30 per dog. Please see doggy rules
Events allowed - Please make an enquiry with details before bookingPlease make an enquiry with details before booking
No smoking - Strictly non smokingStrictly non smoking
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - Please enquire if more than 2 guests are under 25Please enquire if more than 2 guests are under 25
- House rules form part of the booking contract terms and conditions so please see attachment
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About Catherine Foster
We are a family of 5 with teenage children when we bought the house, 2 dogs and a large extended family with young nieces and nephews age <1 to 8. We therefore wanted to find a house in an area where there was something to do for all ages and it took a couple of years looking and many rejections before we bought Beachside View. We are busy professionals and our holiday time is precious. When we go away, we want to stay somewhere that feels special, with exacting standards and attention to detail. Hence, Beachside View is finished to that standard. We love being able to walk everywhere (beaches, surfing, restaurants, to buy lobsters or ice creams....) and not sit in queues for beach carparks etc. We take very seriously, the responsibility that you have chosen to use our house for your much planned holiday and ensure you will not be disappointed.
Catherine Foster purchased this House in 2013
Why Catherine Foster chose Newquay
The ever changing, unobstructed view of the beach from the garden patio and sitting room sold this house to us! It is something of which we will never tire and when we are older and less active, will just sit and look at it. The house isn't bad either! Every bedroom having its' own ensuite bathroom is really useful and enough space that you can find a place on your own for a while with a book. To have a sandy beach at the bottom of the garden and surfing at Fistral 200M from the front door, is to us, the ultimate British beach holiday. We knew of Newquay and National Trust Crantock before looking at the house but not Pentire which is a small peninsula between the 2. Thank goodness we found it ! Pentire is a hidden gem, with an extensive clifftop heathland, stunning walks and views and a residential area. There is something to do in the area for every member of our family, whatever the weather. Nobody is ever bored. We enjoy having a whole host of different eateries and excellent restaurants to be able to walk to, most of them dog friendly. If we don't want to walk home, Atlantic Cabs charge us a very reasonable +/-£6 from anywhere in the area. Newquay is a mile away if we want it for surf shops, supermarkets, the cinema or station but we can spend a week at the house without going in to it
What makes this House unique
Adjacent beach from the back garden, world class surfing beach from the front, a stunning water view that is forever changing with the tide and a stunning and luxuriously furnished house in which to stay. We love being able to do so many diverse things without having to get in the car. This means our children can go off independently rather than always needing a lift. Having the water at the bottom of the garden (but the garden is totally fenced) is great and because it is effectively a tidal inlet (although called The River Gannel) there are not dangerous waves raging there. Meanwhile we can walk 2 minutes to Fistral which removes the hassle of trying to find a parking space. It's quicker to go and look at the surf than dial up the beach web camera. 2 or 3 families staying together can easily do their own thing on foot from the house and then meet up back at the house. Also if you get to the beach and have forgotten something it isn't a big deal to walk back for it. The house and garden has enough space that you can find a corner on your own for a bit if you want. We love arriving and stretching our legs with a walk round the beautiful Pentire headland to the contemporary Lewinnick bar and restaurant. From April-September, evenings are spent with a glass of wine on the patio watching the sunset over the water and listening to the sea. Or, in winter sitting cosily round the wood burner (although the house is too well insulated to actually need it!) The only troublesome thing about coming here is that you don't want to leave.
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