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The view from 4 The Old Edwardian

Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed

- A 3 bedroomed apartment (all en-suite), sleeps 6.

- Sea views over the harbour and ocean.

- Walking distance to Newquay's beaches; Tolcarne, Towan and Fistral.

- Located centrally to all the restaurants and bars.

- 1 allocated parking spaces.

Overlooking Towan Beach in Cornwall's surfing capital, this apartment has commanding views stretching out over the Atlantic Ocean whilst also benefiting from a great central location.

The apartment is a spacious and light and has been tastefully designed to a high specification including solid oak floors, granite worktops in the kitchen, the latest sound equipment piped throughout, fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms adding that touch of luxury.

4 The Old Edwardian is a duplex apartment split over the 2nd and 3rd floors with lift access and parking for 2 cars.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Towan 200 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Newquay 5 km, Nearest railway: Newquay 300 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Sea view
General Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 3 En suites and 2 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (3), Dining seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Living Information

- Open plan living area with views over Towan beach and out to sea.

- Furnished with a three seater brown leather sofa, coffee table and a large wall mounted flatscreen TV.

Kitchen

- Modern kitchen with white gloss units and integrated appliances including electric oven and grill, halogen hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and microwave.

- Full utensils and accessories including a toaster, kettle and cafetiere.

Dining

- A table and 6 high back leather chairs situated in the open plan living area.

Bedroom one with en-suite

- Furnished w ith a double bed, 2 bedside tables both with lamps and storage.

- En-suite comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c..

Bedroom two with en-suite

- Furnished with a double bed, 2 bedside tables both with lamps and storage.

- En-suite comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin and w.c..

Bedroom three with en-suite

- Furnished with a double bed, 2 bedside tables both with lamps and storage.

- En-suite comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c..

Bathroom Information

- En-suite to bedroom one comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c..

- En-suite to bedroom two comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin and w.c..

- En-suite to bedroom three comprises a shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c..

Further details outdoors

- Views over Towan beach and out to sea.

- Just a few minutes walk to the beach and town centre.

- Parking for 1 cars.

The West Country region

Within a short drive of Newquay there are the rugged jaws of rock at Bedruthan Steps, the Wheal Martyn Museum near St Austell that turns the China clay industry into an exciting adventure trail, Paradise Park at Hayle with its wonderful world of wildlife in splendid Victorian Gardens, Padstow and Rock (more millionaires than anywhere in Cornwall reputedly), Tintagel with its fabulous ruins and Arthurian legends, and the nationally acclaimed Eden Project near St Austell to name but a few.

Cornwall has so many attractions the biggest challenge for any holidaymaker is finding time to fit it all in.

Newquay

Newquay

With it’s breathtaking rugged coastal scenery and seven miles of golden sandy beaches it is easy to see why Newquay, the surfer’s paradise, has traditionally been the most popular holiday destination in Cornwall.

The airport is expanding, with British Airways recently restarting flights from Gatwick, and the main roads into Newquay have been given a good overhaul. So why all the effort?

Food, Glorious Food

The food revolution in Cornwall has clearly helped. Rick Stein’s presence in Padstow re-invented the town and now Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant is doing the same for Newquay. It's popularity is well known, yet out of season deals on lunches make it worthwhile trying to get a last minute booking, even a week or two in advance. If you are struggling to get a reservation, try Explore South West who can often get tables at Fifteen and Rick’s Seafood restaurant. They can also arrange to take you there and back in their bio-fuel taxis, so you can feel good about yourself while feasting!

But it’s not just Jamie and Rick who are good for foodies. Lewinnick Lodge on the Pentire Headland cannot only boast great food, but also one of the best views in the area. The Lusty Glaze restaurant does great British food with a Mediterannean flavour and is situated in a lovely sandy cove at the north end of Newquay. From here you can watch the surf and the surfers while you sit back and relax.

In the centre of town Fistral Blu and Chy Bar can be relied on for gourmet food and panoramic sea views. Or why not try a pub meal and sample a Cornish ale in the numerous local bars?

It's Not Just Surfing

Regardless of age or interests Newquay has lots on offer. Whether you enjoy walking, great views, pretty seaside towns, specialty shops, local history, relaxing on the beach or maybe something a bit more energetic, Newquay and the surrounding area has it all in abundance.

For many people, a holiday isn't a holiday without a beach and with eight perfect ones all within walking distance, the choice is wide.

All the beaches have excellent facilities, golden sand and caves and rock pools to explore but if you want to check out the country’s top surfers then head for Fistral. Fistral is the stage for all major UK surfing competitions and is famous for big waves. Fistral can be great for learners but when the Atlantic’s at its most ferocious the sheltered beaches of Towan, Great Western, Tolcarne, Lusty Glaze and Porth are the beaches to head for because they provide fun and mellow surf. Whatever your surfing ability there is no better place to take surf lessons than Newquay. To find a top surf school visit Explore South West where you can also find other great activities such as Kite Surfing, Canoeing and Newquay’s latest craze, Coasteering. Jumping off cliffs into the sea sounds a bit insane to us but apparently it’s perfectly safe - and you may even bump into a seal or a dolphin!

If hurling yourself into an Atlantic roller isn’t your top priority why not ease into your holiday with a leisurely stroll around Newquay’s Discovery Trail? A relaxing walking route which takes you around town, allows you to get your bearings and visit local shops while introducing you to some of Newquay’s history, myths and legends. This walk also presents plenty of opportunities to indulge in a tradition Cornish ice cream, pasty or cream tea at any number of excellent cafes.

If golf is your thing then you won't be dissapointed! Newquay has one of the best golf courses on the North Cornwall coast where you can enjoy a round of golf and take in the magnificent views across the dramatic Atlantic coast and out to sea. You can also enjoy a round at Treloy Golf Club, situated just outside of Newquay, St Newlyn East Golf Course, again just outside Newquay or Merlin situated between Newquay and Padstow. In total there are 35 golf courses for you to choose from in Cornwall with at least 7 of them being within an easy driving distance of Newquay.

If you wish to escape the town there are more than 10 other circular walks to discover. Some take you onto the beaches and high up on the cliff paths to take in the sweeping sea views while others lead you to other points of natural beauty and interest. Sights worth visiting include the harbour, the River Gannel tidal estuary, the fly and active promenades built on the site of the pilchard-curing cellars, Huer’s House on Towan Headland, Trevelgue Head Island ancient village settlement and the Tumuli prehistoric burial places at Whipsiderry, Porth Island and Barrowfields.

A great family attraction to visit is Trenance Leisure Park. The 25-acre park houses Newquay Zoo, Waterworld, sports facilities, a miniature railway, Newquay’s oldest cottage, gardens, a boating lake and bird sanctuary. Or if you tire of all the sea air you could always visit the Blue Reef Aquarium situated on Towan Beach and experience the wonders of the Atlantic with a slice of life beneath the waves.

It is easy to lose yourself in the relaxed beach atmosphere of Newquay, but it is worth remembering that because of the unique position, it makes the perfect touring base for exploring other beautiful and historically rich locations.

Without even starting the car the keen walker or cyclist can follow the St Piran trail out of Newquay on a picturesque journey through villages and patchwork countryside taking in ancient buildings and stunning gardens. Or you could travel south of Newquay for four miles along peaceful rural lanes to visit the spectacular National Trust property, Trerice Manor - an elaborate Elizabethan house complete with beautiful gardens and a lawnmower museum.

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  • 7 Years listed

Calendar last updated:29 Aug 2014

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