A traditional family cottage, packed with original features - fireplaces, sun terrace, stripped oak floor, rayburn cooker, roll top cast iron bath, and asummerhouse - all in a Cornish seaside village.
We have a 2 year old and understand the needs that a family may have when staying away from home. We provide, if requested, a cot, highchair, plastic plates, cutlery and beach toys. There is also a gate at the top of the sun deck stairs and another gate at the top of the house stairs.
The traditional double fronted Cornish house is entered via the original glass porch way.
SITTING ROOM 1 - with a timber floor and large rug, has two Laura Ashley 3 seater sofas, flat screen TV, Apple TV, radiator and original open fireplace.
SITTING ROOM 2 - again with a timber floor and large rug, the seating format is more informal with sofa and chairs, set up ideally as a room for relaxation, it contains an x-box/wii, board games, books, magazines and puzzles, radiator and original open fireplace.
DINING and KITCHEN AREA is wooden floored and has a large modern table seating up to 10, with a radiator, dresser and Victorian hall stand. The slate floored kitchen, features an oil-fired Rayburn, double ceramic sink, integrated oven and induction hob. The kitchen is fitted out with a fridge, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
The main staircase divides the house. The BEDROOMS are attractively fitted throughout and comprise 4 BEDROOMS- of which one contains a king-sized bed, two contain double beds and one bunk-beds.
The main BATHROOM with underfloor heating, features a gorgeous roll-top cast-iron bath, a separate shower, basin, WC and ladder towel rail. There is also a separate WC, with toilet and sink.
The front garden features a lovely sun house with a raised sun terrace to the rear, accessed via wooden steps.
NB Care needs to be taken with steep steps to the sun terrace, young children will need full supervision. They can be slippery when wet.
Acesso de hóspedes
The whole house, garden and terrace will be yours to enjoy.
Interação com hóspedes
We live in the village and own the local surf shop - so pop in for any surfing and non surfing hints and tips! We are on hand to welcome you and to answer any questions you may have.
Outras coisas a ter em conta
There is private parking for one car to the side of the property with more parking on the roadside.
Sorry, no pets are not allowed and there is a strict 'no smoking' policy in the house.
Please take care with the induction hob glass top in the kitchen, especially if you are cooking in the oven below.
Please separate your rubbish - there are marked recycling bags in the black box (recycling needs to be separated here), and rubbish bins with liners outside to the side of the house where you park. Rubbish collection is on a Friday.
On departure please place all used bed linen and towels in the bath tub for the convenience of our cleaner.
If in doubt, please leave the house as you found it.
P.S. Early advice of anything damaged or broken would be appreciated, then we can do our best to sort it - thank you.
A partir do dia 02 de Junho de 2018 - 14 de Setembro de 2018 a estadia mínima é de 7 noites.
I live in Portreath, Cornwall, a gorgeous village by the sea. I had been commuting between London and Cornwall but having recently had a baby, I'm now a little more rooted. I love London for its buzz and still enjoy returning to visit family and friends.
London though, is in high contrast to the way of life here in Portreath. Portreath is a traditional village, grown out of the days of mining for tin....boats used to transport the tin to Wales from our harbour. It is now a village, with a real community, centered around beach life, coastal walking and surrounding nature.
I love the local walks here, through the woodland opening out onto the north cliffs. If you need any advice on local walks, surf conditions or kayak hire, do let me know.
In terms of travel, I used to fly somewhere tropical, book the first night's accommodation and take it from there. Exploring as I go. Now with a 18 month old, let's see how things change!