About the property
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- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Four Bedrooms, Four Bathrooms, Sea Views On The Beach
Sit on the deck at the end of the garden overlooking the Atlantic and listen to the waves lapping at the water’s edge or sip a cup of coffee from the upstairs living room and view the power and majesty of the sea. A fabulous new build, Llawnroc is located almost on the beach at Widemouth Bay, one of Cornwall’s top surfing beaches and adjacent to the South West coastal path. Wonderful for walking and the house is designed to appeal to surfers, walkers, golfers and families in equal measure.
Part of the luxury new development at Black Rock, the house comes with under floor heating, wood burning stove, a decked garden area where you can enjoy al fresco dining with the sea as a backdrop protected from sea breezes, grassed communal garden, car parking for two cars, lockable surfboard shed, outside shower, Sky tv, Wi-Fi and Xbox 360 kinect playstation.
There is a lovely living area which is open plan with the dining area and kitchen. A large wood burning stove makes the cooler evenings really cosy and the views from the living room are breathtaking. The house has four bedrooms, one super king, one king, one twin, and a double bunk bed room. All the bedrooms are en suite and the children’s bunk room is en suite with a bath.
Nearby is the excellent local village shop with a daily fresh fish counter and they stock all daily essentials. There is also a good selection of pubs and restaurants within a 10-15 minute walk serving great local food and drinks. Bude town, which has an excellent selection of restaurants and many really good small independent shops, is a short drive along the scenic coast road.
A truly fabulous property and perfectly located by the golden Widemouth Bay sands and within easy distance of the many local attractions.
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 16, 2018
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Check-in: 3:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Great location would be good in the summer but...
Quite small in the living area if you're there in the winter. Good bedrooms and bathrooms which were clean but odd areas in the living area could do with better attention to detail... fishing a jigsaw piece from under the sofa was not pleasant, neither was the sight when opening the table to remove the centre piece.... Better in the summer when outside areas come into play but really too small for 6 unless playing "sardines" on the sofa is your thing. Would be a really great property if it were marketed as 3 bedrooms and the 4th bedroom which is upstairs in the living area was opened up. Fantastic location, very good heating system keeps the place warm, easy access to the beach, nice touches like a Christmas Tree in the lounge and a responsive owner when the hairdryer failed....so lots of positives.
Great property, superb location
Property was clean and well equipped. We had a fabulous holiday, despite the weather.
Great location , right on the beach. Very comfortable accomadation. Happy to recommend the cottage
Very nice, comfortable cottage with plenty of space for 4 adults, 4 children and two dogs.
Lots of amenities such as sky tv, throughout the cottage, game consoles etc.
The big selling point for the cottage is the location. Being on the beach is great. Not having to load up the car to go to the beach is just fantastic.
Near by are a number of cafes and resturants where they seem to have not heard of portion control.....careful what you order if on a diet.
There was a lack of a coffee machine but that is the only thing I can find fault with...but even then the nearest cafe is 30 seconds away so not the end of the world.
Lovely property, great location
We stayed here for a week during Easter 2017. The property itself is lovely and well equipped. There are two double rooms and one twin on the ground floor, with a further bedroom (with two bunk beds) and the living area on the first floor. All bedrooms ensuite. Views of the beach and sea are from both floors, mainly the first. On the whole, a very positive experience, only being a couple of mins walk to the sandy beach and 5 minutes drive to Bude. There is, however, just one allocated parking space and the 3 visitor spaces are high in demand during peak times. There were a couple of aspects of the property which needed a little TLC, but nothing of significance. Overall, a lovely property and great location, and we would definitely recommend. One of best we've been to so far.
This property was ideal for 2 families, including 5 children. While the beach cannot be accessed via the garden, it is just a minute or two's walk from the property so no need to get in the car. We stayed in February so did not use the BBQ though it's worth knowing that the only access to the garden is via the downstairs bedrooms....this was not an issue for us. The property was immaculate, well stocked and lovely and warm. We would definitely go back.
Beautiful modern property, very well looked after.
The property was a beautiful modern property with close proximity to the beach, would definitely recommend and go back for another stay. Had a wonderful Christmas with the family in this house, it was perfect where we could all be together, It is very well looked after and every room had its own ensuite which is perfect when there is 10 of you.
Thank you for allowing us to stay in this wonderful house in a fab location :-)
Bude has everything. As well as the National Trust Coastline, its rolling countryside is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Bude has become a centre for all things active, be it a 140 ft abseil down the magnificent cliffs, surfing the Atlantic breakers, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, mountain boarding or sailing.
Alternatively, laze the day away on miles of life guarded sandy beaches or bathing in Bude’s famous sea pool. Followed by a cream tea. All this and a host of wet weather attractions are within walking distance or a short drive from the house.
Meander from the sea lock along the canal’s flat tow paths, flanked by nature reserves-ideal for bird watchers, walkers, wheelchairs, buggies and bikes.
For History lovers, visit Bude Castle Heritage Centre, Stratton Battle ground, picturesque Clovelly harbour, or king Arthur’s Tintagel, both within ½ an hour.
Plymouth National sea life centre, the Eden project, lost gardens of Heligan, Port Isaac, Padstow and more are all within a day trip.