|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
A small bungalow with views from the south facing windows in the kitchen and sitting room areas to the moors beyond, in a quiet secluded garden with a high hedge for privacy. A patio area with sturdy table and chairs, and a gated entrance with the car parking for 2 cars. An open plan kitchen/sitting room with a comfortable sofa bed and 2 chairs and a kitchen table and chairs. A flat screen TV, DVD and stereo. One double bedroom 4' bed, one twin room 3' bunk beds and a sofa bed in the sitting room with a new pocket sprung mattress. For the extra holiday factor, £15 per head gets the beds made up with freshly laundered duvet covers and a bath and hand towel supplied. The bathroom has an electric shower over the bath, heated towel rails, WC and sink. Storage heaters and additional electric heaters. Cleaning at departure is included.
Trehanoo house and completely separate bungalow cottage annexe are situated in Polzeath on the beautiful North Cornwall coast. It is the perfect accommodation to enjoy this famous holiday area.
Trehanoo house accommodates 8 people in 4 comfortable bedrooms with a large dining kitchen and sitting room with 2 big sofas. It has a good sized family bathroom upstairs, a great shower wet room downstairs and an outdoor hot shower with a stainless steel rack for hanging out wetsuits to dry.
It is set in a large garden with beautiful rural views of St Minver and lowlands in the foreground and the Bodmin moor peaks of Roughtor and Brown Willy in the distance. The lawned garden incorporates a terrace with teak loungers and raised decking off the kitchen with teak dining table and chairs.
There is ample parking space.
The totally separate annexe accommodates 4/5 people and is set in its own lawned garden. patio and parking for 2 cars. It has 2 bedrooms, an open plan kitchen/sitting room with a sofa bed, 2 arm chairs with a dining table, and a bathroom with short bath and electric shower over..
Whilst at Trehanoo you could holiday for the week and never get in your car. The house and annexe are a 7 minute walk to Polzeath beach and the same to the coast path. From the coast path you can either walk the pretty way to the surfing beach of Polzeath, or head towards Greenaway (a 10 minutes walk), Daymer (a 15 minute walk) or Rock (a 45 minute walk).
Polzeath has a great Spar shop and offers fish and chips, pasties, pizza and ice cream as well as some great surf and clothing shops and a gallery.
Greenaway is a wonderful place for rock pooling when the tide is out and the hours just drift past as you become totally absorbed in shrimping, crabbing and fishing.
Daymer Bay has a large car park that is very reasonable to park in all day and is sandcastle heaven and one of the best windsurfing spots in the country. At low water it has a vast beach.
Rock beach has several pubs/restaurants with wonderful views over the Camel estuary, great shops and also has sailing and a sailing/ powerboat school, water skiing and a waterski school, fishing trips and the ferry to Padstow.
There are also 2 golf courses within 2 miles of Trehanoo, St Enedoc and The Point at Polzeath (ex Roserrow).
Surf’s up surf school 01208 862003
Camel Ski School 01208 862727 Waterskiing (Rock beach 2 miles away) http://www.camelskischool.com
Camel Sailing & Powerboat Centre (Rock beach 2 miles away) 01208 862881 http://www.camelsailingpowerboatcentre.co.uk
Rock fishing trips (Rock beach 2 miles &/or Padstow ): Fishing trips from Rock, http://rockfishingtrips.co.uk
The boat is called Batar Star and the skipper is Rodney and telephone number is 0772 336 0902.
Ferry every 20 minutes between Rock beach and Padstow
Jubilee Queen boat trips on the from Padstow (a short ferry ride across the estuary) out of the estuary around Pentire Head and Puffin Island and the Rumps,
Speed boat trips around the estuary from Padstow,
A water taxi between Rock beach and Padstow runs when the ferry has stopped for the day, so you can come back after the ferry has stopped running if you have been out to dinner at Rick Steins!
Trehanoo House is our family holiday home and as such we keep it set up for ease of use for 8 people on holiday. We keep it up to date. We spend a month in the winter there ourselves, decorating, updating and adding to the comfort and ease of having a holiday in the house. I ask for feedback from tenants and, where possible, include them in next year’s update. Any problems are dealt with immediately by either myself or Jackie the housekeeper.
A hot shower when you arrive back from a surf is a joy; you can rinse your wetsuit off whilst still in it and peel it off whilst under the hot water and then hang it up on the purpose made wetsuit rack. Then quickly into the house for a proper shower in the wet room.
'Just to say thank you for the use of your house and annexe last week, we had a fabulous time and really enjoyed the house and garden (and views) to their full extent. We were short of nothing and it was beautifully cleaned when we arrived.
In fact we were so delighted we would love to re-book for next year if possible?' 'Third year running and I know we'll be back ... yet again it met all our wildest Cornish dreams.'
'We love this house, you've kitted it out so well'
'Trehanoo's been luxury, loved the sundeck, outside shower and comfy sofas'
'Very good house for an extended family holiday.'
'Had a great time riding around on the bikes'
We're just back from a wonderful week at the Trehanoo Annexe and had a great time. The location is just brilliant - you can walk to Polzeath beach in five to 10 minutes (depending how many surfboards, small people, etc) you are carrying. I've been going on holidays to Cornwall on and off for years and one thing that always stresses me out during high season is having to be strategic about car parking places. Not so here. We were able to gaily stroll to the beach whenever we wanted, and nip down for cheeky surfs at the end of the day or early in the morning. I had a beautiful walk along the coastal path to Daymer bay and St Enodoc's church, and we had some great family trips to Padstow via the ferry from Rock (get to the car park early in high season) and to Crealy Adventure Park. The annexe itself had everything we needed and was comfy, clean and quiet. We did, I'll confess, spend quite a lot of time just chilling out and watching the Olympics on telly. I'm sure we'll be back.
We stayed at the Trehanoo Annex for 2 weeks with our 5 month ld baby and enjoyed our stay immensely. It's very close to the coastal path where you can get to Polzeath Beanch or Daymer beach which is closer to the Estuary. The walks around the coast are lovely. You can also walk to Polzeath beach along a more direct route in 5 mins. The annex itself was very cosy and had all the facilities and was very tidy inside. The garden area just to the side of the annex (which isn't in the pictures) is very quiet and secuded and great for relaxing. Will definately stay again when we return to Polzeath!
A nice gesture for welcome with flowers and a bottle of wine . The annexe is very pretty , unusually very well equipped kitchen with an open , comfortable living area , and two bedrooms very comfortable beds, spotless linen and towels provided . Nice garden for relaxation. Surrounding very quiet. Everything was very well described and presented. The short distance to the beach, the local facilities and restaurants is great . We stayed for one week with our 2 teenage children. The only "problem" our kids had, was that the wifi was quite often too weak to be online, which we - as parents - enjoyed because we had more family life with our kids. We love Polzeath very much and come nearly every year for the last ten years from Munich to this special place in northcornwall. We happily recommend the trehanoo annexe to our friends.
We had a lovely stay in the little blue house, it had everything we needed inside. The location is fab close to the beach, although the hill is steep but we stopped halfway to admire the view then carried on. Everything clean and working well. Outside garden space was nice too, very quiet location. We will defiantly be coming back. We loved it!
This was our 4th (or maybe even 5th) stay in the Trehanoo annexe and as usual we loved it! The new open plan living space makes the annexe seem brighter and much more spacious and we only wished we could stay longer.
Polzeath was lovely as always, fab beach and lovely vibe. Also, the annexe is in such a great position for walks to the beach (10 minutes away) and walks along the cliff-tops to Port Isaac and Padstow. Would highly recommend to everyone.
This is a great place- just a stones throw from the beach, with surf and lovely long walks along the coast. The cottage is small but has everything you could need!
Trehanoo house and annexe are situated between Polzeath and Daymer Bay on the North Cornwall coast, the perfect location to enjoy this famous holiday area. It is minutes from the cliff path walk leading to the surfing beach of Polzeath, or the many rock pools of Greenaway, ideal for crabbing, and on to the miles of sand at Daymer Bay. Heaven for sandcastles and windsurfing. Trehanoo is only 2 Miles from Rock beach where you can sail, waterski, fishing trips or catch the Ferry to Padstow. There are also two golf courses within 2 miles of the house, Roserrow and St Enedoc.
Golf: The two golf courses within 2 miles are
ST ENEDOC: Golf professional. St Enedoc Clubhouse. Handicap certificate required for Church course:
Ladies 28, Mens 24. Green Fees: Church course http://www.st-enodoc.co.uk/come-and-play/
The Point: No handicap requirements. Roserrow Green Fees: http://www.thepointatpolzeath.co.uk/golf/green-fees/
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Trevone Beach House Main Road, Trevone, Padstow,
Merlin Golf & Country Club Mawgan Porth, Newquay,
Lanhydrock Golf Club, Lostwithiel Rd, Lanhydrock, Bodmin,
Atlantic Reach, Newquay,
Cornwall Golf Centre KGW Golf, Carminnow Cross, Bodmin,
Treloy Golf Club Newquay,
Bowood Park Hotel & Golf Course Lanteglos, Camelford,
Lostwithiel Golf Club Lower Polscoe, Lostwithiel,
Countrywide Golf Holidays Central House, 4-6, Crantock St, Newquay,