Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Pets welcome

Self-Catering Apartment by The Beach

9 Seaspray is a comfortable apartment situated in a prime position overlooking the beautiful beach of Porthtowan on the north coast of Cornwall. The accommodation consists of two bedrooms and sleeps 4. There is a double bedroom on the mezzanine/first floor and twin bedrooms at ground level. The apartment also has a well equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower over.

The open-plan lounge/dining area opens out onto its own private balcony from which to while away the hours in the sun, enjoying stunning views of the beach and cliffs beyond.

This cosy retreat by the beach is great for romantic breaks as well as for families who are looking to relax and enjoy everything Cornwall has to offer, right on their doorstep.

PORTHTOWAN

The apartment is within very easy walking distance of all local amenities. Porthtowan has its own surf-hire, mini-supermarket, fish n' chips, ice-cream parlour, beach cafe, two bars and a hairdressers. There are also stunning coastal walks on your doorstep: one particularly lovely walk is to Chapel Porth (1.5 miles). A picturesque cove with a National Trust cafe and home to famous Wheal Coates tin mine.

Cycle hire - 1.5 miles / 3 miles

Golf - Truro 8 miles, Killiow, 9 miles, Tehidy, 5 miles

Fishing - Falmouth/Hayle

Surf hire - in the village of Porthtowan

Short breaks available (minimum of 3 nights) at low season. Please enquire.

Dogs welcome at no additional charge.

Electricity and heating included

LCD TV with Freeview & DVD player

CD player

Bed linen and duvets included (please bring towels)

NB: Please note that a refundable security deposit of £100 is required and is normally refundable within 10 days of checking-out.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Porthtowan - 100 yards
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 300 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Newquay 24 km, Nearest railway: Redruth 6 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Secure parking

The West Country region

Porthtowan has a Blue Flag beach and is one of the UK's top surfing beaches consisting of wide soft white sands and dunes. Its name comes from the Cornish words 'porth' and 'tewynn' to mean Cove of Sand Dunes.

This lovely village is a popular summer tourist destination. It lies on Cornwall's north Atlantic coast about 2km west of St Agnes, 6km west of Perranporth, 4 km north of Redruth, 10km west of Truro and 24km south-west of Newquay.

Porthtowan has a mini-market, beach cafe, Blue Bar, Moonmaids Ice cream parlour, hair salon and surf hire all within easy walking distance of your apartment.

This is a beautiful part of North Cornwall, with picturesque cliff walks on your doorstep and breathtaking views from your balcony.

Nearby Attractions/Things to Do:

The Southwest coastal path is right on your doorstep at Seaspray Apartments. Stunning scenery and the National Trust Cafe at Chapel Porth (1.5 miles) makes this stretch of the coastline a must.

Wheal Coates National Trust

Cycle Hire at Cambrose & Bissoe

Surf hire, Porthtowan

Fishing/Windsurfing/Sailing (Falmouth, Newquay)

Golf (Truro, Killiow & Tehidy)

Eden Project, St Austell

Tate Gallery at St Ives

Gardens (Heligan, Trebah, Glendurgan) & Museums (Truro, Falmouth & Newquay)

Seal Sanctuary, Helford

Poldark Mines, Botallack Mine National Trust, Geevor Mine

Porthtowan

Cornwall lies on the southwest peninsular of the UK. It has a milder climate than the rest of the country which means it is an excellent place to visit and enjoy.

Cornwall is most famous for it's stunning scenery: from attractive fishing villages to the vibrant, colourful countryside there is always so much to see. It has a strong industrial heritage with engine houses that litter the place as if nature put them there. Ancient celtic stones and crosses also dot the countryside whilst the miles of stunning beaches make it almost impossible to choose a favourite.

There are also numerous attractions to visit with something for everyone. The famous Eden Project is a must for plant lovers and for art enthusiasts there are over 25 galleries in St Ives, inlcuding the popular Tate St Ives.

Cornwall also has it's fair share of excellent restaurants and bars including Jamie Oliver's Fifteen at Watergate Bay and Rick Stein's four restaurants in Padstow to name but a few.