This former quarryman's cottage offers comfortable accommodation and is the perfect base from which to explore the North Cornwall coast.
Perfectly situated to give you access to the best that southern Cornwall has to offer, Seagull Cottage nestles amongst similar, former quarrymen's cottages. With an inn and restaurant at the end of the terrace, you don't have far to go to enjoy a drink or a meal at the end of a busy day exploring Cornwall's golden coastline. If you want to venture a little further, you could dine in one of Rick Stein's famous seafood restaurants in Padstow (4 miles).
Inside the cottage, enjoy your breakfast in the bright, airy diner, prepared in the well-equipped, modern kitchen. Take your coffee into the lounge area and relax on the comfortable leather chairs while you plan your day. One of the joys of this setting is that you can walk or cycle from the cottage along coastal paths on the Camel Trail, along the banks of the Camel river and estuary. After all that exercise, you can come home to the joy of the wood burner, or enjoy the restful lounge and inviting bedrooms as you unwind.
You are ideally placed to enjoy some of Cornwall's iconic landmarks, such as The Eden Project (19 miles). This will fill a leisurely day, with its exhibitions of entire ecosystems under the iconic bio-domes, outdoor walks, shops, restaurants, and bars. You are also perfectly located to enjoy beaches well known amongst the keenest of surfers, including Newquay (14 miles) and Polzeath (9 miles).