CORNISH SEA VIEWS
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Bungalow / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Bungalow / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
With breathtaking sea views of the Cornwall coast, "Cornish Sea Views" offers the perfect base for exploring the beautiful Cornish coastline. The accommodation is modern and spacious and located on a friendly holiday park ideally suited to families. The clear waters and sandy beach of Widemouth Bay are only a 10 minute walk away.
- Fully Equipped holiday bungalow ideal for a self catering
- Sleeps 6 (one double and two twin bedrooms)
- Breathtaking sea views of Widemouth Bay from lounge, master bedroom and private patio
- Recently refurbished to a high standard
- Dog friendly
Widemouth Manor pub & restaurant (350m | 5 min walk)
350m down the road is the newly refurbished Widemouth Manor Hotel. This is ideally suited for families thanks to the huge outdoor area at the rear beyond the terrace that offers a children’s play area, mini golf and a football pitch. The sea views from the terrace are breathtaking.
The BayView Inn (1.3 miles | 20 minute walk)
Voted pub of the year in 2006, The BayView Inn offers great food, a relaxing atmosphere and boasts stunning see views across Widemouth Bay. Well worth a visit during your holiday.
Please see our website at the bottom of this page for more details.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Widemouth Bay 300 m|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Shared indoor pool, Children's pool|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
- Double bedroom with solid pine double bed
- Sea views over Widemouth Bay
- DVD player
- Wardrobe, chest of drawers, twin bedside tables, large mirror
2 x Double Sized Twin Rooms
- Both have twin single beds, built in wardrobe, mirror and bedside table
- Large lounge with panoramic sea views of Widemouth Bay and the surrounding countryside
- Two double sofas, TV, DVD player, CD radio and a collection of games, books and DVDs to entertain all ages
- Open plan dining area with solid wood dining table and 6 chairs
- Dehumidifier to keep you warm and dry
- Modern kitchen with fridge, electric cooker, toaster, kettle and sink.
- Range of cooking utensils, plates and glasses (based on 6 people sharing) to suit a self catering family holiday
- Modern bathroom with electric shower, bath and heated towel rail
- One bath towel is provided per guest
|Further details outdoors|
- Large private patio area offering breathtaking sea views of Widemouth Bay
- Hardwood patio dining table and chairs
- Westerly aspect allows you to watch the sun settings over the sea
- Expanse of grass at the front which is ideal for children to play
Private holiday park is child friendly with limited access for cars to provide a safe environment for children to play. Includes children's climbing frames.
Ample Private Parking is available on-site and there is an access road to the front of the bungalow for easy loading/unloading.
Please note electricity is payable by the guest via a coin meter. This is non profit making and to keep running costs low we have installed high efficiency "mica panel" electric radiators in the lounge and bedrooms.
Welcome pack sent once deposit is received that confirms booking.
We feel "Cornish Sea Views" offers families a great slice of the Cornwall holiday experience at a very competitive price. Because we run the bungalow ourselves we avoid expensive overheads which helps us to keep the prices low. We also offer a more personal holiday experience as you speak to us, the bungalow owners rather than a call centre agent.
The Cornwall region
Cornwall has long been a popular self catering holiday location in the UK thanks to its clean sandy beaches, miles of beautiful coastline and numerous visitor attractions.
Below are some of the highlights we hope you will enjoy during your stay.
Widemouth Bay (0.5 mile)
Paddle in the clear, clean waters of Widemouth Bay. A large sandy beach with lifeguards, toilet and eating facilities
Just a 2 minute drive or 15 minute walk
Why not try out a surf lesson? Tuition and equipment hire are all available on the beach
The Eden Project (36 miles)
Cornish Views is well located for visiting the world renowned Eden Project in North Cornwall
"South West Way" Coastal Path (0.5 mile)
This beautiful stretch of coastal path is Britain's longest at 613 miles and runs just a 10 minute walk from the bungalow
Bude (4 miles)
An 8 minute drive takes you to the pretty seaside resort of Bude. Bude offers two further sandy beaches, an outdoor salt swimming pool, an indoor heated pool, pitch and put and plenty of shops, arcades and restaurants
The new "Sustrans National Cycle Network" has recently been extended to include Widemouth Bay. Local bike hire is available in Bude.
Legend of King Aurthur at Tintagel Castle (14 miles)
Relive the myths and legends that surround Tintagel, reputedly the home of King Arthur and Merlin...
Jamaica Inn (22 miles)
Hear of the tales of Pirates and Smugglers who used to rome these shores at the "Jamaica Inn"
Padstow (31 miles)
Padstow is a popular fishing harbour made famous by Rick Steine who has a number of eateries and shops there
Don't miss the chance to hire a tandem and cycle the Camel Trail from Padstow to Bodmin Moor
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5 Nov 2013
The accommodation had everything you could need. Access was easy and the view was lovely. We went in October, so everything was closed, so No on site drink or food....So be prepared, as closest shop was a drive down A39 towards Newquay. The Electric Panel heating is not ideal and the electric meter can be quite hungry, but we knew that before going so was well prepared......Still Great Value for what is offered. Found TV pretty confusing to navigate through all the different remote controls, and some instructions would have been handy? Maybe a LIST letting us know where everything was located would be good, as I never found the iron and Ironing Board till last day...(It was in one of the bedroom cupboards) Path to beach through Wooden door has keypad located on beach side......Pin Number not known, this would have been handy too! I went for jog one evening using this route but came back on the road....What a Hill!
Many thanks for your feedback on your stay, it is so helpful for us to know how we can improve our service. We have included in our guest pack details about the ironing board and also the pin number for the gate to the beach (we weren't aware this had been fitted so thank you!). The heating we have made as economical as possible by installing modern panel heaters, all appliances are A rated and windows are double glazed and the loft we filled with insulation! Our rates in the Winter months are very economical to allow for heating costs. So we hope this helps others who might be considering to stay. We would be delighted to have you stay again and thank you again for taking the time to leave us feedback. Warm regards, James & Lucy
30 Jan 2013
"Lovely but be aware in colder months!"
We booked a last minute break at this bungalow, which is well equipped, spacious and clean. The location is excellent for Widemouth Bay which you have a superb view of from the lounge and master bedroom window. You have to pay for the electricity via a coin meter which accepts £1 and £2 coins, when we were there for some reason the £2 slot did not register when I dropped a coin into it! The other thing is when we stayed it was very cold outdoors and on arrival at the bungalow it was not much warmer indoors so we used the wall heaters. We were surprised to find that in the first four hours at the property the electricity cost £12 from using the heaters. There was no other way to heat and as it was so cold we had no choice but to keep feeding the meter. We eventually only used one heater in the lounge (there are two) and one in one bedroom that we were using on a low setting and this was costing £10 for the meter per day. There is an electric shower to have hot showers but if you want a bath there is an electric switch in the kitchen, we didn't use this so cannot comment on the cost of that. I have raised the matter of the cost of the electric with the owner of the property so this review will be no surprise and he has responded positively. The rents are quite low for weeks during January but do consider the cost of electric on top especially if you have to use all three bedrooms. I would have no reservations in recommending this property during the milder weather in Winter and all through the other seasons but be aware during the colder times of year unless you are a polar bear!
Thank you for your feedback on your stay and sorry you weren't completely satisfied which is what we always strive for. The weather whilst you were in the property was unfortunately particularly cold and so the cost to heat the property was higher than is typical for this time of year. We do try to do our best to minimise the electricity costs for our guests and the property is fully double glazed, brick built with a cavity and the loft is fully insulated. All the appliances are A rated and the electricity is charged at a standard rate. We will add in to our literature some guidance on typical electrical costs to help families budget their stay. In the summer months this is typically £5 per day but as you pointed out in very cold weather this can reach £10. It is worth mentioning that including electricity costs your stay was £183 (£99 + £84 electric) and we can hand on heart say that we feel this is great value for a modern property with panoramic sea views that sleeps 6. We hope you stay with us again and thank you for your custom. Best regards, James & Lucy
1 Dec 2012
"Home from home"
A lovely cottage, beautiful view, clean, everything that you need to enjoy your holiday. It is truly home from home, will definately be making a return visit.
Dear Frances, Many thanks for taking the time to review our property and for you lovely comments. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay and we would love to have you visit again. Have a lovely Christmas and 2013. Warm regards, James & Lucy
27 Oct 2012
"Very Comfortable with lovely views"
The bungalow is open plan but was very cosy, everything you need is available for your comfort and it felt like home. The views are lovely and we could see the satelite dishes at Morwenstow on a good day. Although being out of season the Bar on the site was open for the Foootball on Sky the weekend we were there which pleased my husband. Everyone we encountered on the site were very friendly. It was only a short drive to the A39 and then you could go left back into North Devon and we took our dogs for a lovely run along the beach at Westward Ho and a right turn took us down further into North Cornwall and we enjoyed trips to Boscastle and Rock. The beach at Widemouth is excellent for giving the dogs a good run. We have already booked again for next year.
27 Nov 2011
"A spacious, homely bungalow with superb view over Widemouth Bay."
James & Lucy have provisioned their chalet bungalow thoughtfully and tastefully so that you have everything you need to be comfortable during your stay. It was easy to find with its position so close to the sea and the clear instructions provided. The place was nice and warm in the cool November evenings with the panel heating on and there was more than enough room to relax in with a large lounge/diner space that looked out through the picture window onto Widemouth Bay. Although the holiday village was closed up for the season we enjoyed eating out a couple of nights at the Widemouth Manor Hotel and the Bay View Restaurant, both of which provided good food in and atmosphere. You can also get great fresh eggs and spuds from Fred just over the road from the car park! Whatever time of year you visit you will not be disappointed you came. David
We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us and thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. Thanks for the tip of buying fresh spuds and eggs from Spud - we must try those next time we stay. Warm regards, James & Lucy
7 Nov 2011
The cottage was well equipped and clean and plenty of room. The beds were very comfortable. The views of the bay and sea from the windows were lovely. We enjoyed our stay and would recommend this cottage.
We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us and thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. Warm regards, James & Lucy
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