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Looking towards the cottage
Lounge with woodburner
Kitchen/dining area
Dining area
Kitchen/diner
Double bedroom
Single bedroom
Single bedroom with pull-out bed
Relax in the garden
Newquay beach
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Metha Cottage

Newquay (3mls S), Cornwall
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Village location
  • Play facilities near by
  • Traditional Cornish tin miner’s cottage
  • Short drive to Newquay town centre with its shops, bars, and restaurants
  • Sandy beaches within an easy drive, including Newquay’s stunning Fistral Beach
  • Lawned garden for alfresco dining
Property code: 42038

Period cottage in a village location, close to village amenities including free tennis courts and playground. Close to the Cornish coastline.

Sample Cornish village life with this period cottage in Newlyn East, close to the Atlantic coast. At the end of a busy day, return to this delightful former tin miner's cottage for a cosy evening beside the roaring wood burner.

Inside, the cottage displays a sympathetic blend of old and new, as modern comforts combine with traditional oak floors and exposed brickwork. At the end of a long day by the coast, there's no better place to relax than in the cosy lounge, where a warming wood burner sits inside a large stone inglenook fireplace. In the summer months, make the most of the long light evenings in the pretty garden, which features a seating area and BBQ for dining al fresco.

Make use of the village amenities which include tennis courts, a skate bowl, play area and fields or drive to the popular town of Newquay for a bite to eat, browse of the shops or even a surf at the popular Fistral Beach. The village of Newlyn East boasts a range of local amenities, including tennis courts, a play area and popular pub serving locally sourced menus. A 5-mile drive north brings you to the bustling coastal town of Newquay, famed for its impressive surf and swimming at the sandy Fistral Beach. The town offers an array of shops, together with the Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo. Other nearby points of interest include the vast sands of Perranporth (6 miles), the city of Truro (9 miles) and the foodie town of Padstow (17 miles).

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 2 twins (one with additional trundle bed)
  • Bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Wi-Fi included
  • BBQ
  • Bed linen, towels (not beach towels), electric and central heating included
  • 1 small or medium dogs welcome
  • Roadside parking
  • Arrival 3pm

This property is personally managed by Jenny.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.4
Overall equipment
4.5
Overall comfort
4.2
Overall location
4.5

Reviewed by Claire 14th September 2018

sweet, comfy cottage, fab location great for the dog and really well equipped. Really sweet little welcome pack with some treats on arrival was a really nice touch

Reviewed by Kenneth 1st September 2018

The holiday cottage was well equipped everything you needed good the location there was a nice pub in the village

Reviewed by Hayley 4th August 2018

A real home from home, very clean, kitchen very well stocked with utensil's, all bedrooms are a good size and very comfortable, all furniture is good quality and the village location is perfect for exploring Cornwall.

Reviewed by Andy 30th June 2018

We stayed for a week and couldnt ask for a better location. Lovely touch of a greeting card with scones on arrival. Village is friendly and made good use of the local pub.

Reviewed by Martin 16th June 2018

The cottage was great. Nice village location. Close to Newquay and a perfect base for most places. It was lovely inside. And the lots of things supplied that we didn't expect., tea, coffee, milk, a full fruit bowl and a cornish cream tea. The rooms were good and the enclosed garden was perfect for the dogs. Will definite be returning.

Reviewed by William 9th June 2018

a very charming cottage well equiped nice quiet location,welcome pack was exellant,great pub with good food only 200 yards away.

Reviewed by Alan 23rd December 2017

WOW! What an amazingly beautiful cottage. We spent Christmas here. We cooked a full Christmas dinner in the very well equipped kitchen. The log fire was beautiful, easy to light and maintain. The village was stunning, we listened to the bell ringers, we bought produce from the local butchers, the local shop was very friendly, the village was all liRead moret up for Christmas. On arrival the fire was lit, a very, very generous hamper welcomed us, Christmas lights and Christmas tree- a perfect holiday A*, Hide

Reviewed by Diane 30th October 2017

Such a beautiful and cosy little cottage. Extremely well equipped. The owner even left us home made jam and the rest of then ingredients for a cream tea, milk, tea and coffee. plus some wine. There were even dog treats. The cottage is situated in a pretty and friendly little village which is not far from lots of fantastic places to visit.

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Location

Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

North Cornwall

Embark on clifftop wanderings along the South West Coast Path to discover ancient myths and legends; King Arthur at Tintagel Castle, or the giant at the Bedruthan Steps. Surfers flock here to ride the famous swell that carved the dramatic coastline, and Bude and Newquay are havens for the sport. From sandy bays and beaches to the seafood delights of Padstow or thrills of Camel Creek Adventure Park, North Cornwall is brimming with things to do; trails to trek, cream teas to gobble, and adventure to be had.

West Cornwall

Let the history, romance and raw beauty of West Cornwall whisk you through time, into rocky coves and along sweeping sands to Land’s End where the UK slips into the Atlantic. Discover an oasis of flora owed to the rare geology of the Lizard peninsula. You can kayak around Godrevy Island, wander the galleries of St Ives, catch a performance at the open-air Minack Theatre, and still make it to Marazion for dinner: St Michael’s Mount makes the ultimate backdrop.

South Cornwall

Tucked away from the swell of the Atlantic pretty fishing harbours sleep, and lush carpets of greenery roll up to craggy cliffs. Discover the fishing and smuggling history in Kingsand and Cawsand, or walk the South West Coast Path from Fowey to the tiny tidal beach at Readymoney Cove. Sample local ales in St Austell before visiting Charlestown’s tall ships, the enchantments of the Eden Project, or The Lost Gardens of Heligan. From vibrant towns to secret beaches and exhilarating days out, the south has it all.

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