The property is ideally located in the centre of Cornwall on the south coast. The house is semi detached to owners residence. There are three bedrooms, a large bright, spacious lounge, fitted kitchen with washing machine and family bathroom with overbath shower. The whole house is comfortably furnished and equipped with bed linen and towels. There is a TV with a DVD player. Wifi is also supplied. Beyond the Break has two areas laid to lawn a decked patio and has ample parking.
The Eden Project is three miles away, the coast just one mile and easy walking distance, as are all the restaurants, pubs and cafes at Charlestown, the home of the square-sail ships. There are lovely walks in this area and easy access to the coastal path, two Golf courses ( Porthpean and Carlyon Bay), riding stables, sports centre, tennis courts and the north coast just a 20 minute drive.
There is ample parking space should you wish to bring another vehicle or boat
The reviews below are from my old booking company which are not possible to show on this site:
“Perfect stay with two older children in a fantastic location”
Reviewed 26 Jan 2017
We had an excellent stay here and really felt at home. Bruce and his family were very welcoming and the property was very clean and just the perfect size for us and the two girls. We really enjoyed walking into Charlestown and were able to visit the Eden Project and our relatives near the Truro area. Thoroughly recommend and will return!
Owner's reply: Many thanks. Glad you all enjoyed yourselves.
“Beyond The Break”
Reviewed 16 Sep 2016
What a great accommodation. The owner Bruce was so helpful and kind. Our stay was very brief and ideal for us especially the dog. Clean and well equipped with everything you could need. So close to beach, and all the amenities nearby. Can't thank Bruce enough for accommodating us as such short notice; would definitely stay again and recommend highly. BRILLIANT.
“A great base for all our Cornish activities”
Reviewed 1 Aug 2016
The accommodation and location was more than we could have asked for in meeting our needs to visit Cornwall. Accommodation was spacious and comfortable and included everything even for great home cooking which we enjoy. The owner Bruce and his family were really friendly and helpful but also, being owner operator of the local water sports at Pentewan beach was a real bonus for lots of fun activities in the water. We look forward to staying again in the future.
“Fantastic house with great use of equipment”
Reviewed 18 Jun 2014
Great location, several good beaches only 5-10 minutes drive, or there is one within a 15 min walk but beware the steep walk back up hill. Porthewan beach where the watersports are located is great with a lovely sandy beach. We used the kayaks and the bodyboards. Bruce is extremely helpful and we had lovely tea/coffee and chocolate cakes waiting for us when we arrived. It is a great base to explore the surrounding areas, a 10 min walk into Charlestown, which is a lovely quaint harbour. We did try crabbing from there, but weren't very lucky before the kids got bored.
“Great place for a family or adult holiday”
Reviewed 8 Aug 2011
Quiet location within a 5 minute drive to the beach or St Austell. Property was clean and well equipped . The owner, who lives adjacent to the property, is very helpful and accommodating, and made us feel very welcome. Although there is a wide range of watersports equipment available we did not use them. However, the availability of such items and the expertise of the owner are great assets for watersports enthusiasts.
Reviewed 30 Jul 2011
What a lovely holiday. We miss it already! There were four of us, but there is easily room for 6 in the bungalow, as it is quite spacious. The accommodation was good, with lots of storage in the bedrooms, kitchen, and bathroom for all of our possessions. There was also plenty of room to relax in the lounge, and even an outdoor seating area, which is lovely to sit peacefully, or even have a BBQ. We were surprised that the beach was so close as well. Bruce, the owner, includes water sports in the price, which we took full advantage of. The price may seem a little steep at first glance, but when we considered how much we used the water sports, the size of the bungalow, and the friendly owner, who helped us whenever we needed it, it was well worth it. We must have used the equivalent of hundreds of pounds worth of water sports, which made the holiday quite cheap! The area that it is in as well is very convenient, as there is an asda on the next road (3 minute drive), and the beach is only 2 roads away (5 minute drive, or 10-15 minute walk), as well as the Eden project being a 10 minute drive away, and other local attractions being very close. This property would be suitable for a family, or adults. We enjoyed the holiday so much, that we hope to be returning soon!
“Very friendly, accommodating and welcoming.”
Reviewed 11 Jul 2011
We had an excellent week staying at 'Beyond the Break'. The accommodation had everything we needed. The location was ideal, close to St Austell. Also close distance to Charlestown Harbour which is very picturesque and a lovely place to walk to. The owner was very accommodating particularly with us bringing our own boat as there was plenty of room to park it outside the bungalow. Bedrooms were comfortable, kitchen well equipped and lounge very spacious with TV and freeview provided. I wouldn't say that it was luxurious, rather that it covered most needs and more particularly our needs for what was a very active week on our boat and in taking the Powerboat course. Would definitely recommend it to people interested in a boating holiday near the sea and in particular interested in RYA Powerboat Courses run by the owner. It ticked all our boxes anyway!