Starfish Cottage is in the village of Crantock on the north coast of Cornwall, about 4 miles from Newquay. The cottage has been newly refurbished by its owners to provide quality accommodation. The cottage has a master ensuite bedroom, a studio ensuite bedroom with balcony, twin bedded room and 1 bunkbed bedroom and sleeps 8. There are three bathrooms one with a separate shower and a bath and the other 2 are showerrooms. The living room has an open fire, flat screen freeview TV and 3 sofas, the dining room has a large table with 8 chairs. The kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, washing machine and enough crockery, cutlery and cookware for 8 people. There is a private patio and garden for bbqs with hot outdoor shower for when ylou come off the beach. The cottage is fully equipped with everything you need for a self catered holiday. Crantock is a hidden gem with 3 pubs, 2 churches, a tea room and a post office grocers shop selling fresh bread, croissants and hot Cornish pasties. Crantock Beach is owned by the National Trust and is a national treasure with beautiful soft sand, dunes, rock pools, river and excellent surf being the next bay along the coast from Fistral Beach but without the crowds. Crantock offers a great base for a traditional Cornish holiday with easy access to all the sights and attractions. The Coastal Footpath is 5 minutes walk away & leads to Crantock Beach, Polly Joke Beach, Holywell Bay & Fistral Beach.
The National Trust Carpark is free to members.
Starfish Cottage Location: Starfish Cottage is located in the seaside village of Crantock. Crantock is a picturesque village of historical note, on the North coast of Cornwall - four miles from Newquay and with one of the best beaches in the area. It has an ancient church, two pubs a tea rooms, art galleries and a village store. Crantock Beach is a great beach for families and surfers alike. It has a wide sandy beach with sand dunes between the beach and the village. At low tide you can walk along the beach to West Pentire. Polly Joke beach is the next beach around the coast going west. It has been described as one of the best beaches in Cornwall and one of the 50 places you should visit before you die! The National Trust own Crantock beach and the surrounding area so the entire flora and fauna are well protected and preserved. The Car Park limits the number of visitors to the beach.