|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
*A very Special Offer*: Why not treat yourselves to a week in Padstow for the February 2017 half term week, incorporating Valentiens Day. Our guests for the week will firnd a bottle of Champagne in the fridge to mark the special occasion as well as our popular welcome pack of food essentials. Book today to avoid disappointment!
We have a secure off-road parking bay for 1-2 cars for the sole use of guests.
FREE welcome hamper of food essentials and a bottle of wine for all bookings of seven nights duration.
Well suited to two families sharing, this recently refurbished three bedroom luxury bungalow benefits from a modern designer kitchen complete with dishwasher and washing machine, family bathroom and one bedroom with an en-suite shower room with toilet and basin.
The property is well equipped with TV, DVD and free unlimited wi-fi.
Outside, there is a good size rear garden with a bar-b-que and bench, so that you can make the most of every al fresco dining opportunity. At the front of the house there is a large terrace with a circular bench and seating for eight, from where the views of the harbour and estuary can be savoured.
The bungalow is located three or four minutes walk from Padstow harbour and even less to the Camel Trail.
From the living room, master bedroom and front terrace, you can see the white sandy beaches of Rock, the ferry making its regular estuary crossing and the plethora of sailing craft, speedboats, and fishing boats as they thread their way around the estuary. To the north, it is possible to see the surf breaking on the beaches as far as Daymer Bay and Polzeath. Turning towards the south, you can see the River Camel well beyond the old railway bridge as it winds its way towards Wadebridge. In summary, these are some of the very best views available in Padstow.
The master bedroom has two matched single beds that will be configured to your requirments before your arrival as either a super kingsize bed, or two singles. The second bedroom benefits from a double bed and has the added advantage of an en-suite shower room. The third bedroom has two single beds and there is a good quality double sofa bed in the generously proportioned living room.
Clean linen and towels are provided weekly but guests will need to bring their own beach towels. There is parking available in the secure parking bay, or on the road directly in front of the house. Check in is anytime after 3p.m. and the property should be vacated by 10a.m. on the morning of departure.
The bungalow has been in our family since 1956 and we have had many happy family holidays in Padstow.
We have a long tradition of outdoor eating and summer (or winter!) bar-b-ques and we have been able to make the most of this in Padstow, whether at the house, or on the local beaches.
We have also had many great days sailing, or buzzing around the estuary on a variety of boats that we have owned over the years and provided you adhere to recognised safety principles, the Camel Estuary is made for watersports enthusiasts of any variety.
We are convinced that once you have been to Padstow, you will find it hard to beat.
Trevor Brewer purchased this house in 1956
The historic fishing village of Padstow has evolved into a chic holiday destination that boasts Rick Stein's famous “Seafood Restaurant”, as well as numerous other fine eateries. The six traditional pubs in town offer a wide selection of wines, local ales and cider, as well as exceptional, locally caught seafood.
On the opposite side of the estuary, the exclusive hamlet of Rock plays host to a huge variety of sailing and water-sports activities. The legendary white sandy beaches of the region line the shores of the estuary for miles towards the open sea.
The Camel Trail, once the route of the old steam railway, leads walkers and cyclists over five miles on a beautiful riverside pathway to the market town of Wadebridge. Locally, there is also some of the best surfing in the UK.
The harbour is a few minutes walk from the house and access to the Camel Trail even less.
Our children, (now adults) and their cousins have equally fond memories of their regular visits to Padstow over the years. As young children they built sand castles on the local fine white sand beaches that are an easy walk from the property. As the children matured, their once drag-along boats changed to sailing days on the estuary, or at Rock. Shoreside fishing became off-shore fishing trips where our legendary 15 minute Mackerel tradition spawned. To qualify, the fish has to be caught from the ocean and onto the bar-b-que within 15 minutes - a summer delicacy with few rivals.
We welcome you to our recently modernised luxury home and hope that your own Padstow traditions will start right here.
Superb very comfortable property with parking and great views. easy walk into Padstow. we'll definitely be heading back each year.
View nice 3 bd 2 bath bungalow overlooking the Camel River and Padstow town. Roomy for holiday use and picnic tables out front and rear for good weather days. Very well located for easy walking into town and the variety of sights around Padstow. Parking is easy on the street or in the rear of the property. This is important as driving/parking in town is difficult.
This was our second visit to Tregenna. We have stayed in many places in this area over the years and Tregenna is our clear favourite. The views from the front are stunning and the location is peaceful. It is really well kept and equipped and the parking space is a welcome addition.The barbecue and garden seating are also useful on a sunny day.Trevor is really helpful and easy to contact if you need to, and the welcome pack is a lovely touch. We will come again and would recommend this property to others.
Fantastic position. Added bonus of own parking. Home from home and suitable for all ages being clean and comfortable with everything supplied including towels.
Plenty of information of places to visit. Trevone bay was a favourite with beachside parking and natural pool for younger members and good waves adults.
Thoroughly recommend Rojanos pizza restaurant.
Would recommend to friends an hope to book again
Many thanks for making us welcome
We enjoyed our stay at the bungalow very much. We were a party of 5 adults plus a dog. There was plenty of room to accommodate us all.. The welcome pack is a nice touch. The location is ideal just far enough away from the crowded streets of Padstow. So glad we had private parking at the back of the bungalow because parking outside is impossible from 10am until around 7pm. We managed to get 2 cars parked there. We would book the bungalow if we visit the area again
The bungalow was spotless with all the essentials and plenty of outdoor seating. We loved the view and the short walk to the harbour. Pasties from the Chough bakery were particularly good, as were fish and chips from Chip Ahoy.
Padstow and the local area is reknown for its beautiful long white sandy beaches. From the harbour, the nearest beach is about a 10 minute walk and this is where the ferry to Rock will be found at low tide since there is not enough depth of water to get to the harbour at that point. St George's Well is a secluded cove another 10 minutes along the beach, then Tregirls beach 10 minutes further again. If you get the ten minute ferry to Rock, you will have access to more miles of sandy beaches.
The best way to get to Padstow is by road but once you are at the house, you do not actually need a car at all. Newquay airport is around 13 miles from Padstow, Bodmin Parkway railway station 19 miles.
From Padstow, Bodmin town is 16 miles, St Austell 21 miles, Plymouth 53 miles and Lands End 58 miles.
The nearest Tesco store, which also has a cash point, is a short walk up the hill from the bungalow and in Padstow town (another short walk but downhill) there is a Spar mini-market, a Barclays Bank, Post Office, pharmacy, art galleries and a variety of designer outlet shops. There are six pubs, Rick Stein's famous Seafood Restaurant, also his traditional fish and chip restaurant which is expensive compared to the two other competitors in town but produces excellent quality fare. There is also a good variety of other restaurants and bistros, coffe shops and ice cream bars.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$301|
A 20% reservation deposit is payable within 7 days of the booking if booking directly with the owner. For on-line bookings a 25% reservation deposit is required. The balance and £250 damage deposit should be paid no less than 60 days before the holiday starts. The latter will be returned in full within 7 days after the end of occupancy, provided there are no losses, damage, or excessive cleaning as a result of the guest's occupancy. If the guest cancels or the balance is not paid on time, the booking deposit cannot be refunded. 50% of fees are refunded for cancellations within 4 weeks of the holiday start date.
Normally, the changeover day is Saturday but wherever possible, we try to be flexible.
We usually allow pets and charge £25 per pet, per week for the additonal cleaning that any pet will create. Please contact the owner for more information.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.