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Is tucked away in the Camel Estuary facing the large Atlantic swell and can boast one of the safest surfing beaches in the UK.  Numerous warm tide-washed pools and fine golden sands make it a child's paradise.

At the same time, the beach is renowned for its great surf.  Surfers can be watched from the property riding the waves at all times of the year.  The surrounding North Cornwall coast is an area of scenic cliffs, wide sandy beaches, quiet coves and fishing villages.  In Spring time, the cliffs are clothed in wild flowers.

The Coastal Path (approximately 100 metres away) follows the cliff top westwards to Daymer Bay and on to Rock where the foot ferry runs a service to Padstow and the Camel Trail.


To the east and north, the path leads to the rugged headland of Pentire Point and beyond, offering breathtaking views.  Within easy reach are the quaint fishing villages of Port Quin and Port Isaac, and King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel.  The many magnificent Cornish gardens and the Eden Project are within easy driving distance.


The Camel Estuary offers opportunities for water sports, river trips, fishing and sailing.  There are two golf courses near by, the championship St Enodoc course and Polzeath's The Point.  Within the vicinity there is a wide range of shops, beach cafes and restaurants (famous and otherwise). 



Sleeps up to 6 - 8 people in 4 bedrooms 

 Designed as a holiday home

Open plan living area

Floor to ceiling windows with coastal views

Garage store for surf boards

Large gardens

Off road parking for several cars

Unmade path beach access down the cliff, perfect for surfers!

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