Please look through our reviews, we try very very hard to make your stay unforgettable. Our aim is that from the time you first enter the Tower you feel you have made a great decision in your booking. Our 5 Star Luxury Apartment With Amazing Views of The Gannel Estuary and Crantock Beach. Walk through the gardens onto the soft sand of The Gannel and Crantock beach and only a 5 minute walk to Fistral Beach, maybe take a BBQ and a blanket. The Tower Corisande Manor is a breath-taking luxury self-catering apartment idyllically situated a stones throw from the Gannel Estuary and commanding wonderful scenic views across Crantock Beach and out to sea without a car in sight. Master bedroom (double) en-suite, tower room (double) leading to top tower room (2 single 3ft beds). Relax and unwind in this contemporary coastal home with a sophisticated nod to the ´nautical´. The interiors are stylish yet kept simple to maximise those breath-taking views which provide the lust-worthy backdrop to each and every room, all of which have recently been refurbished to a very high standard. Welcome to our little piece of heaven, we would love others to experience this beautiful and unique apartment as we did before making the big decision to buy. The breathtaking views can be absorbed from all rooms, with two of the most amazing beaches, Crantock and Fistral and the Gannel Estuary. The cliff walks are among the best in the country with plenty of superb pubs and restaurants en-route and a photographers dream. Surfing is great with the world championships taking place on Fistral just a 4 minute walk from The Manor. There is a walkway through the communal gardens down to the Gannel Estuary ideal if paddle boarding or kyaking interests you. Rest after all your activities, you have a Hypnos bed to reset your weary soul for tomorrows next adventure.Cut and paste walk from the Tower west. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo92JEXZdzg
All in all its got the lot, and is the reason Jason and Sue were repeatedly drawn back to Crantock and Pentire, eventually purchasing The Tower. Our aim from the start, is to have things the way we hope they will be when we arrive on holiday. After all it is our holiday choice too.
Considering Booking please feel free to call to check availability and price, we are always happier to speak to our guests to ensure you are booking a holiday home that suits you and your family and on occasions we may have offers available. Please Enjoy !
Items included on your stay Free WiFi DVD player, 2 large flat screensTVs All kitchenware (most items catered for) Linen, and towels, except beach towels Hairdryer Cordless vacuum Allocated parking space with extra spaces in road available Washing machine/tumble dryer, microwave,dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven, grill, hob, toaster, wine chiller, kettle, iPod docking station Communal Garden sea view and river/beach access & barbecue area Communal outside shower Outside shed for storing wetsuits/boards/buggies etc Welcome pack A little bit about the area and The Tower Your Stay. All bedrooms are fully equipped to a high level and we have tried to cover everything we think you would want on your luxury break, from hair dryers, extra bedding to battery night lights. Large TV in main bedroom with smaller TV in Tower room. The kitchen has high end appliances which include double oven, induction hob, dishwasher, wine cooler, large fridge freezer and microwave and most items for the more experienced chefs out there with 6 full place settings.The washer/dryer is positioned on the main landing with hoover, ironing equipment etc in kitchen. Lounge has a 50"TV with DVD player and seats 6 for dinner. Hallway has mp3 player which is loud enough to cover the apartment. A mention is needed about the stairs, which are easily negotiated for the moderately active but maybe unsuitable for toddlers and the less agile. Although it must be said once in the apartment the views and accommodation make it all worth while. Apologies but no pets as the apartment is really not suitable. This is also a non smoking property. The history of Corisande Manor. Corisande is apparently Norman in origin, meaning "flower of the heart" a mansion built for an Austrian Count in 1895.The architecture certainly resembles a German gothic "castle as on the Rhine". The original owner, I believe, owned it until 1914. The story is that the building was named after a ship the original owner sailed in. It would then appear that the Austrian owner had to sell in 1914 because of anti-German feeling whipped up as a result of World War I. It was bought in 1914 or 1915 by Thomas Edward Grindon. He apparently bought it to make it into a hotel, but never achieved this ambition. He paid £1000 for the property and spent £900 on making changes to it. He built the tennis court in 1917, but was ripped off by the local builders. He was 30 when he was conscripted in 1917, and died in France soon afterwards in September 1917. His widow was left penniless and had to sell the Manor. It has a host of interesting original features, like the ceiling made from the timbers of a 300 year old Spanish schooner sunk in the bay.