3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom, sleeps 4-5, award winning gardens, close to the beach
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Excellent Holiday Destination
Perfect location, very quiet and relaxing, ideal for couples and families. Good amenities. On main bus route to Newquay and Truro.
Lovely clean and cosy accommodation
Great location for beach and all the village pubs which all have a good menu. A nice walk into Newquay but also a good bus service if not feeling energetic and you don't want to drive.
very clean holiday house, close to beach , very friendly host, shop within walking distance, parking close to the holiday house, very quiet village, ideal to go walking
Beautiful location lovely cottage everything you need for a relaxing holiday.
The property is located in Crantock Village and is an excellent base to explore Cornwall. The cottage is immaculate clean and warm and has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The owner is lovely and very accomadating . Anyone with children will love the proximity to the beach. It will always be our favourite place in Cornwall to stay. Thank you so much for a wonderful holiday. Sandra Cutts (Nottingham)
What a wonderful place to stay...
This is a wonderful apartment to stay. Off road parking and really nice, friendly owners. It can accommodate up to five people, but I think that would be a little difficult in the downstairs living area.
We has a fantastic time here (three of us) and the village is one of the nicest places I have ever seen!!!
Thank you Alison and Ian for making us feel so welcome in your lovely apartment. Much appreciated.
I can totally recommend a stay in this delightful area and especially at Sandbanks...
Lovely annex and spotlessly clean. We had a great time.
So nice being able to walk to the beach. The annex was well looked after and clean, the beds very comfortable and Crantock is beautiful. The owners were great too.
Located in the rural village of Crantock, our apartment offers the perfect setting to explore the stunning North Cornish Coast. The apartment itself is just a 5 minute walk to the wide sweeping sandy bay of Crantock. The bay is lifeguard patrolled and perfect for swimming, surfing (inc. lessons) and body boarding. Crantock beach was rated by the BBC series 'Coast' as Britain’s number 1 beach.
The BBC’s description of Crantock: “This quaint hidden cove is the place to escape the rowdy hordes in nearby Newquay. Set at the bottom of a quintessentially English village with two charming pubs, you’ll find it by wandering through the National Trust car park. Scale the looming dune and you’ll be rewarded with a goose-pimple inducing view. To the right of the bay, the tidal River Gannel offers ferry runs from the beach to Fern Pit. Here you can order a cooked lobster, caught that morning, or opt for a stunning cliff top walk along the headland overlooking the bay”.
This beautiful coastal area forms part of a National Trust Conservation Area and is great for both coastal cliff walks and inland moorland rambles. To the North of Crantock Bay lies the Gannel estuary which separates Crantock from the fishing town of Newquay. The estuary has created a beautiful sandy haven for countless seabirds. Why not enjoy a leisurely evening stroll along the rivers edge at high tide and see what you can see, or alternatively take to the water to try your hand at kayaking or Stand up paddle boarding trip, both available locally.
The picturesque village of Crantock, with its lovely thatched cottages, offers a tea room, a 400 year old thatched pub serving good quality food, a bakery, a beach café, a grocery store, a post office and a cliff top restaurant overlooking the sea.
Nearby is the secluded beach of Polly Joke, without a car park and only accessed via a footpath - it is perfect for relaxing far away from it all.
Also nearby, is the vibrant fishing town of Newquay, which can be accessed by foot, ferry or road from Crantock. Newquay has excellent attractions for both adults and children, including a zoo, aquarium, indoor fun pool with flumes, boating lake and a theme park. Newquay also boasts 4 large beaches, which offer a variety of water based activities including, surfing lessons, coasteering, paddle boarding and fishing trips.
For Golf enthusiasts there is Newquay’s Golf Club - an 18 hole course with magnificent sea views which is part of the Reciprocal Golf Network. Or you can walk across Cubert common to Holywell Bay’s golf club.
Crantock is also a great base for visiting the cathedral town of Truro (13 miles away), which has excellent shopping, museums and restaurants. A little further is the harbour town of Falmouth (23 miles away), with a fantastic maritime museum and plenty of opportunities for windsurfing, kayaking and sailing.
Other local attractions include the world famous Eden Project (Botanical Gardens) (21 miles away) and The Lost Gardens of Helligan and other national trust houses and gardens. Similarly children will have plenty to do with many local activity centres and theme parks.