A short walk to Portreath's large sandy beach on Cornwall's spectacular North Coast, The Boys' Cottage
is a lovingly-restored two-bedroomed stone fisherman's cottage, dating from the 1850s.
The garden terraces and two sun decks provide stunning views out across the bay to the Atlantic. The garden
provides secluded areas to sunbathe, watch the seagulls, or just enjoy a glass of wine as you watch the sun sink below the horizon.
The cottage has a large double bedroom with views down to the harbour and a twin-bedded room at the rear with views up to the garden terraces. The well-equipped kitchen leads to a dining area and a door to the sun-trap courtyard - ideal for barbecues!
Portreath is an excellent base from which to explore the South West and is one of the most spectacular beauty spots in the county. Although uncommercialised, the village has three inns, a general store and post office, a bakers, a surf shop and a selection of restaurants and cafes.
The garden terraces and two sun decks provide stunning views out across the bay to the Atlantic ocean.The
garden provides you with secluded areas to sunbathe, have a barbecue, or just enjoy a glass of wine on a warm summer's evening as you watch the sun sink below the horizon.
Portreath is well-situated for a large number of key attractions in Cornwall. Four of Cornwall's most popular
destinations are easily accessible from the Boys' Cottage :
The Eden Project, Cornwall's premier visitor attraction, is just 40 minutes' drive from the cottage.
Padstow, with its beautiful harbour and famous restaurants, is 25 miles away.
The pretty fishing town of St.Ives, with its picturesque harbour and artists' colony, is just 12 miles away.
Truro, the county city of Cornwall , boasts a beautiful cathedral, and a find shopping centre - 8 miles away.
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