THE ONLY REMAINING WEEKS THIS YEAR ARE SEPTEMBER 9TH AND SEPTEMBER 16TH.
Beachfield is an original property. There is an AERIAL BALCONY reached by stairs from the garden. It is ideal for drinks, meals and sunbathing as well as enjoying glorious views of the coastline and spectacular sunsets over the sea. "It is our family fun beach house which we all love and is equipped to cater for our family holidays" Surfing for the young, spectacular cliff walks with your dog amongst the wild flowers looking down on little coves awash with the azure sea. Then watch the orange ball as the sun goes down and look forward to a a visit to the many pubs and restaurants - up to and including Rick Stein's new pub in the village. The accommodation for 6 adults and 2 children comprises: A large central room - one half is a sitting area and the other is the dining area with dining table and chairs. folding doors in the sitting area provide another bedroom at night with two divan beds at night. There is a smaller bedroom which has an exceptionally large and comfy double bed with fitted cupboards. The larger bedroom is designed as a family room and has a double bed and a two tier bunk. it has its own wash basin and also fitted cupboards. There is a bathroom with bath, shower and wc.
The kitchen is oblong with electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge. Beachfield is situated in the Treyarnon Caravan Field, but it stands in its own private garden behind a pretty and fast-growing flowering hedge! There is a patio with BarBQ at the rear of the property. A parking space for a maximum of two cars is designated outside the front garden gate. There is a good shop that provides everyday requirements nearby and a post office and larger shop is ten minutes’ walk away. The village of St Merryn - only two miles away - has some good shops and take aways. There is a Tesco at Padstow and Wadebridge. Dogs are welcome so long as they do not get on the furniture or beds. They have to be on a lead in the caravan field. The rest is a dog walkers paradise.
Special interest holidays:
A visit to Padstow is a must – there is a very attractive little harbour and restaurants from Rick Stein of TV fame to many other much more inexpensive ones. There is also a ferry across to Rock.
There is a wide choice of charming pubs within a 12 mile radius - a list of those particularly recommended is on the kitchen wall. Food is available at moderate prices