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Filled with all the charm, character and sophistication of a Victorian home and situated in one of Cornwall's most desirable locations, Berwyn is a gorgeous period property, just waiting to be filled with happy families. Slate floors, traditional tiles and fireplaces, sociable spaces and cosy corners, there really is all you could need for a memorable seaside holiday. Cosy up in the snug with a book in front of the fire, or lounge in the sun in the enclosed garden. Take the short walk to the beach through the picturesque village, with its thatched pub and village shop, Crantock and Berwyn, will be sure to win your heart.
With five bedrooms over three floors, a spacious dining room and two sitting rooms, there is space for all the family. Enjoy a cold drink on a summer's afternoon on the balcony, overlooking the garden whilst the children play. Dust off the walking boots and explore the area surrounding Crantock on foot. Across the nearby commons you will find Polyjoke beach and Holywell Bay, or take the short drive to nearby Newquay for more sandy beaches and surfing hot spots.
via the road at the front of the house, through the garden gate to the front door leading into:
with stairs leading to all bedrooms upstairs and doors leading into:
two sofas and woodburner.
two sofas, Smart TV, PS4, woodburner, step up to:
sofa, doors out to garden and door to:
WC and basin.
dining table with seating for 10, feature only Aga, butchers block, door into utility area and step up into:
electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, door to back garden.
washing machine, tumble dryer, door to back garden.
steps up to the door to the balcony and:
free standing bath with shower attachment, WC and basin.
zip and link beds (twin or super king) and Smart TV.
shower cubicle, WC and basin.
zip and link beds (twin or super king) and Smart TV.
double bed and Smart TV.
doors to bedrooms 1 - 4, door to stairs leading to:
king size double bed, en suite with shower cubicle, walk in wardrobe area, WC and basin.
enclosed garden laid to lawn and paving with picnic bench.
table and four chairs.
oil fired central heating, please supervise children when using the balcony, off road parking for two large cars or three small cars, WiFi, one dog welcome, short breaks available.
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Situated to the Western side of the Gannel Estuary, Crantock is ideally located for a peaceful holiday, just a stone's throw from Newquay. Enjoy a relaxing holiday within easy reach of the beautiful beach.
Not far from the beach, you'll find Crantock Village, a small but popular village, dating back to 460 AD, founded by Irish Hermits. The local pub, The Albion Inn, with its fascinating history is well worth a visit. Find out more about it here.
Owned and looked after by the National Trust, Crantock beach offers a large expanse of golden sands, backed by rolling dunes. The beach stretches between Pentire and West Pentire headlands. To the South, the sands are lined with high cliffs, providing shelter from the winds and to the North lies the mouth of the River Gannel.
At high tide, the Fern Bit Gannel Ferry, 'Sunshine', will take you from the beach across the river; at low tide, a small footbridge will appear allowing you to cross the river for free. The River Gannel is popular with paddle boarders and wild water swimmers.
The National Trust car park has ample space and is free of charge for National Trust members. Dogs are welcome all year on Crantock beach.
Just beyond West Pentire, you'll find Porth Joke beach (also known as Poly Joke beach) a smaller, quieter beach. With rock pools and caves, this beach is perfect for explorers of all ages. The car park is a fair walk away, but well worth the effort for the peaceful sands.
In Crantock, you can relax on the quiet beach or explore the quaint village, filled with thatched cottages. If you're feeling more adventurous, you can try a range of water sports such as paddle boarding with Newquay Water Sports Centre.
Aside from the glorious golden sands and picturesque village of Crantock, you can head to West Pentire to the C-Bay hotel which has tennis courts, a swimming pool and is dog friendly.
Further afield, Newquay has an array of activities on offer. For a family-friendly activity, Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium make a great day out. For something slightly different, head to Pirate's Quest for a swashbuckling voyage through Cornwall's past. Read our blog here for more ideas on days out in Newquay.
In addition, Newquay town is the perfect place for your holiday shopping, with a range of different shops selling: clothes, gifts, beach goods, ice creams, pastries, sweets and more!
In Crantock, the first point of call for dinner has to be The Albion Inn. If you head slightly out of the village to West Pentire, you'll find The Bowjie Inn (also known locally as the pink pub) which overlooks Crantock Beach. Also near West Pentire you'll find C-Bay Bistro with unsurpassed views across Crantcok beach and beyond.
Further afield, Newquay offers a wide variety of restaurants with something to suit everyone.
There are lots of places to walk in and around Crantock.
If you head to Crantock Beach via Rushy Green you can either walk across the beach, or take the coast path towards West Pentire, which in the spring/early summer is filled with poppies - a beautiful sight!
Cubert Common, not far from Porth Joke, is great place for dog walkers and ramblers.
View all our Crantock cottages >
Every year Lusty Glaze beach hosts their Sundowner Sessions - an opportunity to watch your favourite artsits perform live in the stunning setting of the natural ampitheatre provided by the cliffs at Lusty Glaze.
Date TBC July 2020
A three-day celebration of all things seafoodie! Barbecued fish on the beach; cooking demos from the best of the best; fish merchants selling the freshest seafood imaginable - ready for you to take back to your holiday home and cook up using your newly-learned skills!
13th - 15th September 2020
Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm are hosting the only Christmas market in Cornwall which is set on a working farm. Choose a freshly cut Christmas tree, browse festive gifts and go on a cyder making tour or a tractor ride. There will also be roast dinners and carol singing on the Sundays between these dates.
Board the Santa Express bound for Santa's magical grotto. On selected dates between the 8th and 24th December, children and their families can take a ride on the Santa Train to his grotto where they can receive a gift from Santa. There will also be children's entertainment, balloon making, Christmas card colouring and mince pies and mulled wine for the adults!
December 2020 (selected dates)
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