Located just inland from the county's north coast and built in 2017. This beautiful property provides the perfect holiday home with many beautiful walks on the doorstep and stunning scenery and locations to explore.
This appealing feature cottage with its own clock tower enjoys an inspiring rural location, 2 miles from Portreath on the north coast of Cornwall. Sleeping four guests in comfort, and furnished and decorated in light tones, this oceanside holiday home is a bewitching choice for an unforgettable family getaway.
Portreath Ramblers Rest offers a series of well-appointed rooms for four guests. The spacious lounge is a wonderful place to unwind at the end of the day, with French doors and other windows making the room bright and inviting. The kitchen has all you'll require for concocting some delicious feasts; be sure to source local produce from the neighbourhood shops.
You'll be close to the heart of the Heritage Coast Line with its preserved mining ruins that stud the surrounding valleys, hills and cliff tops. Portreath is home to some cosy pubs, a brilliant beach favoured by surfers, swimmers and young families. With close access to both the South West Coast Path, and the Mineral Tramways Coast-to-Coast trail you certainly won't be short of outdoor activities and places to explore. Portreath is a great base from which to discover the Duchy, as it's close to the A30 and major road networks. The capital, Truro, with its cathedral and shops, is 12 miles away. St Agnes Head and mine ruins (5 miles), Perranporth which are both under 10 miles away. Further afield is The Eden Project (35 miles), and St Ives (17 miles) which are both worth a day trip too.