From sipping a cup of freshly brewed coffee admiring the estuary views from the front terrace, to parking up your car and taking a stroll to the beach over the headland, 6 Dennis Road is sure to make your Padstow holiday experience even better.
Swap the days stories on the sun-trap patio, soak up the views across the open countryside whilst perfecting your barbecuing skills as the sun sets. An ideal home from home, relax into your holiday at Sunnyside.
Relax on the 'sun-trap' patio after a long day on the beach with views of the countryside beyond. Enjoy a coffee on the front patio in the morning whilst you plan your days events – settle in at the recently refurbished Meadow View for your Cornish adventure.
Wavehunting around the Seven Bays and evening walks into Padstow with your four legged friend, ‘Cowries’, 11 Meadow Court makes holidays a breeze.
The scent of salt in the air and the sounds of excited morning chatter as you plan your day. Big, bright and beautifully located, 44 Treverbyn is sure to stir your holiday senses.
Curling up on the sofa with a glass of red, following the winding lanes into town, or finding a moment of calm on the tucked away patio to share a spot of tea – 28 Althea Cottage is just the ticket for your special break away.
Edwardian character meets modern style at 17 Netherton Road. From the feature fireplace at the heart of the home to the decking, glass canopy & balustrade outside ideal for an evening drink, this property will make every day of your holiday a breeze.
Pull back the covers, open the curtains, check the weather and the waves. What’ll it be? Whether you choose to wetsuit up for a family surf session, indulge in a long leisurely breakfast, or set off with the dog for a shoreside stride as dawn breaks, the best of Cornwall is yours for the taking at Dobbin House.
Listening to fluttering flags as you crack into a dinner of fresh crab on the patio, or letting the evening slip by in beach-style surroundings. Capture the good times with Lobster Pots.
Pottering down to the South Quay, spearing a portion of Stein’s fish & chips with your wooden fork, or if you can wait that long, heading back and unwrapping paper around the large dining table. Serve with salt, vinegar, laughter, and a splash of chilled Camel Valley white (what else?). Life at Sandbanks tastes good…
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