Self-catering Cottage sleeps 8, 4 bedrooms, 2/3 bathrooms
About Annabel Lewis
This is a family run holiday let, between a mother and two daughters.
Annabel Lewis purchased this House in 1940
Why Annabel Lewis chose Padstow
Our Great Grandmother bought it in 1940's (one of the first houses in Trevone) when she returned home from India on the P&O Cruiser Nellore. She settled here for a number of years before passing it on to her daughter who in turn passed it on to her daughter, our mother who continues to run it with us.
What makes this House unique
Having been the destination for the vast majority of our summer holidays we love introducing our children to the excitement and pleasures that Nellore, Trevone and Cornwall have to offer. Come rain or shine, there is never a shortage of things to do. We have had visitors returning to us for up to 40 years who like us continue to return year after year many now with their grandchildren.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
See description for details of what is provided
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Perfect beach bolthole
Great property, fantastic location. Bay perfect for body boarding (even in October) and a shirt hop skip and jump back home! Perfect getaway
Thank you Dominic for your review, I am so pleased you enjoyed the convenience of Nellore.
Relaxing weekend in padstow
Fantastic location directly opposite beach. excellent host contact. House comfortable with everything you need. If taking your own bedding it’s a king size bed in the master bedroom. Would stay again.
Nellor" the house near the beach
Great location,sea views spacious a great family house really loved our stay walk out the door and your on the beach plus all the amenities nearby, could "nt fault it
Location location location
Trevone Bay is gorgeous. The location sells this property. Sadly I felt not enough has been done to present or maintain this property to the standard expected of the price tag. I did contact the owners who told me this was never advertised as a high end property. I didn’t say it was. I will not be returning.
I was sorry to hear that you were disappointed with your stay at Nellore. We thank you for your feedback and will make amendments where it is appropriate to do so. We feel that we continue to offer a good service at a competitive price, which is validated by the number of positive reviews we have received in the last 7 years and the number of people who return year after year (this year nearly 50% are returning customers). We offer a family home in a fantastic position for a traditional beach holiday and believe our advert reflects this.
Exactly as described
The house had a very welcoming feel was adequate for our needs and in a beautiful place with easy access to a wonderful beach.
The property is in an excellent location opposite Trevone beach. It is a real ‘home from home’ and is fully equipped for adults and children.
Thank you very much for your positive comments. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and found the house comfortable.
The cottage is located in the picturesque village of Trevone Bay. Trevone is a small village, full of character and with so much in the village to explore, most holiday makers spend much of their time here. Trevone’s sandy bay is full of character with rock pools and streams for the children to play in, while the adults find one of the many cosy sunny corners to relax in. The lifeguarded bay provides the perfect place to take a dip in the sea or to try your hand at surfing (hire available locally). Whereas Trevone’s rocky beach is a vast expanse of rocks, gullies, caves and rock pools to explore, perfect for crabbing, fishing with nets, beachcombing and hunting for shells. The rocky beach has its own natural swimming pool, which is revealed as the tide goes out. In addition to the beaches Trevone has many varied walks. The coastal path to the South West is a flat easy footpath which gently winds along the coast to Harlyn Bay. The coastal path to the North East takes you past Trevone’s famous blowhole, along the stunning rugged coastline to Padstow. Trevone has a farm shop, a church, a pub, a beach café/hire, and a surf shop.
Just outside the village (2 miles away) there is the famous harbour town of Padstow, with plenty of restaurants, cafes and shops.
Padstow is the home of Rick Stein’s famous sea food restaurant, bistro, fish and chip shop, delicatessen and cookware shop.
Padstow is the perfect place to enjoy an icecream or a Cornish pasty and watch the boats come in and out.
Or why not hire a bike and cycle along the Camel trail – a scenic flat cycle trail along the estuary, or enjoy a visit to the National Trust Property of Pencarrow, or take the ferry over to Rock and try your hand at windsurfing or sailing.
Padstow also offers boat rides to see puffins, fishing trips or for the more adventurous speed boat trips around the estuary.
For Golfers Cornwall has some of the most picturesque courses in the UK, with Trevose Golf Club just a few miles away.
FURTHER A FIELD
Trevone is also a great base for visiting the cathedral town of Truro (14 miles away), which has excellent shopping, museums and restaurants.
Other local attractions include the world famous Eden Project (A living theatre of plants and people - 22 miles away) and The Lost Gardens of Helligan. Similarly children will have plenty to do as there are many local activity centres and theme parks in Cornwall, with Cornwall’s Crealy Adventure Park just 5 miles away. For more activities, Newquay (14 miles away) has an aquarium, zoo, Dairyland, boating lake, an adventure centre offering activities such as zip wire, abseiling, coasteering, and jet ski tours. Cornwall has a wide variety of National Trust properties, gardens, museums, and other places of interest.