Self Catering Holiday Rental - Daymer Bay - Polzeath - North Cornwall Holiday Accommodation

 

AVAILABILITY & TARIFF

WEEK COMMENCING Tariff

 

Beachview may be rented for Short Breaks - (out of season), on a Daily Basis

  • 1 to 2 persons £100 per Night
  • 2 to 4 persons £125 per Night
  • 4 to 6 persons £125 per Night

 

BED AND BREAKFAST
TARIFF

Bed and Breakfast
£30 pppn (room Only)
£38 pppn (with Breakfast)

To book the entire apartment: (excl. laundry costs)

2 people £100pn
4 people £120pn
6 people £150pn

Ideally situated for wedding guest accommodation as the stunning
St. Enodoc Church is just minutes away.

Self-catering Holiday Cottage in North Cornwall

Bed & Breakfast

  • Ground floor apartment
  • Sleeping 6 in 3 bedrooms
  • Central North Cornwall location - Padstow, Rock, Polzeath Port Isaac and Daymer Bay
  • Enclosed front Garden - Conservatory with estuary sea views - Parking
  • Ideal for golf, sailing, walking, surfing or just relaxing
  • Footpath to the beach ( 5 min. walk )
  • Available all year - Centrally heated
  • Non smoking - no pets
  • Bed and Breakfast Available on request
  • Wifi Available

The spacious apartment sleeps six adults and is fully furnished. The modern fitted kitchen has all amenities. The large lounge dining area leads to a conservatory overlooking the breathtaking view of the sea with Bray Hill as the backdrop.

There is a separate bathroom/shower and WC.

High bushes hide the garden so you may have all the privacy you require without it blocking your view.

The apartment is a five-minute walk from the post office and convenience store, and a few minutes from the Golf Course which leads you on nicely to the beach.

The owner lives on site and is extremely helpful; if you have any queries, don’t hesitate to ask.

Outside, Northfield has an enclosed garden area and off road parking

Quotes from the Visitors Book

'Exceptional facilities in a very cosy house. A fantastic time was had by all, children loved it'
'We've had a lovely holiday. The house was perfect, we loved walking back from the beach'
'Best holiday ever'
'Thank you for your fabulous hospitality'
'A memorable stay, made by an immaculately clean house; well equipped in a wonderful location'

 
 

Location

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The Local Area

Rock
 

Polzeath on Cornwall's attractive northern coastline is famous for its magnificent beach. Vast Atlantic rollers roll across the mouth of the Camel Estuary, creating a surfer's paradise, whilst the large expanses of fine sand, makes Polzeath the ideal location for a family beach holiday.

As a bonus, there is the breathtaking scenery provided by the cliffs that run from Pentire to Port Quinn, Port Isaac and beyond to Clovelly in North Devon - wonderful, and in some stretches, challenging, walking country, full of wildlife and stunning vistas for you to enjoy.

For the more energetic The National Trust land at Pentire is an extensive carpet of wild flowers, at its best in the spring. Visitors can explore and enjoy the rich network of footpaths with the most spectacular scenery .

To the west, the Camel Estuary, has a softer landscape, with, long stretches of sandy beaches and a gentle shoreline that stretches into the distance.

The Camel Estuary, is a major attraction of the North Cornish coast. The tidal waters stretch from the mouth of the estuary some five miles south towards Wadebridge and up to a mile wide between Rock and Padstow -providing a calm, sheltered expanse of water protected from the Atlantic ocean by Stepper Point, Pentire point and the sand bar at the mouth of the estuary, creating ideal conditions for all varieties of water sports.

Visitors can hire bicycles from Padstow and cycle along the level Camel Trail cycle route to Wadebridge (an 11 mile round trip - the more adventurous can chose to continue on past towards Bodmin).

The journey takes you along the shoreline of the estuary, providing you with a wealth of opportunities to stop and watch the local wildlife (badgers, rabbits, herons, cattle egrets, swans and wading birds of all types). The trip is an easy introduction to the pleasures of cycling, with many seats along the route to stop and admire the view.

Pleasure, fishing and bird watching trips are available from nearby Rock and Padstow.

Rock is a small but very popular little hamlet with long stretches of find sandy beaches washed by the tidal waters of the Camel estuary.

Rock is one of the major watersports centres in Cornwall - sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, canoeing and rowing are all activities which can be carried on in the relatively calm and safe waters of the estuary.

Daymer Bay and Trebetherick have a huge appeal set in the heart of Betjeman country, with wide open spaces where you can be at one with nature. St. Enodoc Church, once buried in the sand, within walking distance of the beach at Daymer, provides the final resting place of Sir John Betjeman.

Daymer Bay is a windsurfers paradise - for the waves rolling up the estuary and for the calmer waters off Rock - yet there is enormous appeal too for small children with buckets and spades. The beach has a large car park with facilities, (café, shop and toilets). There is golf to be enjoyed at nearby St. Enodoc and Roserrow. The coastal footpath between Polzeath and St. Enodoc is suitable for wheelchair users - a rare chance for the less fortunate to be able to appreciate the stunning scenery of the headlands and estuary.

Padstow on the western shoreline of the camel estuary, is an attractive hamlet neatly tucked away into a narrow gully, sheltered from the prevailing South - West winds. Buildings crowd together around the harbour, forming a jumble of houses, quays, slipways, cafes, restaurants and gift shops. Padstow is home to the world famous Rick Stein's seafood restaurant, and the National Lobster Hatchery.

Our central location is ideal for exploring Cornwall's magic whether it is the legend of Tintagel, King Arthur and Merlin or visiting the many English Heritage and National Trust Houses & Gardens.

Contact Us

For further information or to make a reservation enquiry, please contact:

Trevor Evans
Northfield

01208 862514
0796 8170713

CONTACT 01208 862514
Northfield - Self-catering Holiday Accommodation

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