Self Catering holiday Bungalow
in the coastal village of Holywell Bay
Stunning Sea views overlooking the
Sand dunes and the sea at Holywell Bay
near to Newquay - Truro
Sleeps 6 people
The garden at Porth Raylen has
stunning views over Holywell Bay
- OPEN ALL YEAR including out of season short breaks
- Secluded and private accommodation
- 5 minutes walk from beach and spectacular coastal walks
- Excellent for surfing and bathing
A spacious detached bungalow standing in its own private
grounds with views overlooking the sand dunes and the sea at Holywell
A private driveway leads to the front of the property which
has a sheltered lawned garden and parking for 2/3 cars.
There is a small lawn to one side which leads to the secluded
and private seaward garden which has stunning views over the Bay.
Self-catering Holiday Accommodation
Porth Raylen is equipped for up to 6 persons:
tariff fom £255 to £895
The spacious lounge is comfortably furnished with
settees and easy chairs, a colour TV, DVD player, a night storage heater
and electric fire.
It is on the seaward side of the bungalow looking out
over the dunes and sea, the floor to ceiling glass along its full
length giving wonderful panoramic views of the Bay. The parquet
wooden floor is covered with large rugs. A sliding patio door opens from
the lounge onto the seaward lawn.
Double glass doors lead to the light airy dinning room
It contains a dinning suite for six persons and a second television.
The large kitchen is fully equipped, including built in double
oven and ceramic hob, a fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave,etc.
The adjoining porch has an upright deep freezer and leads to a fenced
back garden with a rotary clothes dryer.
Two Bedrooms. There is a double bed and a single
bed in the largest bedroom which has a patio door leading out onto the
side lawn. The second bedroom contains two 3' beds and one 2'6" bed.
There is a bed settee in the lounge.
The large bathroom has a bath with shower over,
heated towel rail, and wall heater. There is a separate lavatory. There
is also a night storage heater in the hallway. The running costs of the
night storage heaters are included in the tariff.
A large sun lounge adjoins the small porch on the front of the
property and contains garden furniture for use on the patio area forming
part of the front lawn.
Holywell Bay - Cornwall
The centre of the village is a short 5 minute downhill
walk, and the dunes and beach are a couple of minutes further on.
Holywell Bay Beach is a three-quarter mile stretch
of golden sands sheltered by sand dunes and headlands. The sea is excellent
for surfing and bathing, and the beach is patrolled by RNLI lifeguards
from May to September. There are beautiful headland walks leading to the
neighbouring beaches of Perranporth and Porth Joke, and at the far end
of the beach is the Holy Well - a natural spring in one of the caves,
and reputed in olden times to have medicinal powers. The picturesque village
of Crantock is within walking distance across Cubert Common.
Holywell Bay is a small coastal hamlet situated
six miles from Newquay and Perranporth and can be used as
a base for touring all parts of Cornwall. It has three shops (which close
out of season) and two inns one of which is the Treguth Inn, a fourteen
century thatched character pub. There is an eighteen hold golf course,
a pitch and putt course, and also a leisure park nearby. Cubert village,
one and a half miles inland, has an ancient church with spire, a post
office with general store, shop and restaurant.
Holywell Bay is ideally situated for touring Cornwall and
visiting such places as the Eden Project, the City of Truro, picturesque
coves and fishing villages such as Padstow and Polperro.