Come and stay in the tranquil village of Crantock, in a spacious homely house with a huge child friendly garden and only a 10 minute walk away from a beautiful long sandy beach and the River Gannel. Crantock village itself has a well stocked village shop (1 minute walk) including freshly baked rolls, croissants and traditional Cornish pasties; a Post Office service is offered too. There is also a pleasant cafe in the heart of the village. There are 2 public houses in the heart of the village (2 minute walk) and another a mile away which overlooks the stunning Crantock Bay. Crantock Corner provides everything needed for a great holiday; fabulous accommodation, huge grassed garden and fantastic location.Crantock Corner itself is an extremely well presented family house and comfortably caters for 8 people. Consisting of 5 bedrooms (1 ensuite) and 2 bathrooms (1 downstairs) it has a large family lounge and a cosy snug room with an open fire. It also features a well equipped fitted kitchen containing a brown leather chaise lounge situated next to a large window to offer great views over-looking the village. The dining area comprises an 8 seat extendable oak table and a beautiful art deco open fire. The utility room is a perfect sleeping area for pets and it is adjacent to the downstairs bathroom. All the village pubs serve good food and local real ales and cider. Newquay is accessible by foot, bus or car and offers most amenities expected of a small seaside town such as surf shops, supermarkets, lively pubs, restaurants for every palate and recently a cinema. The cathedral city of Truro and the unique Eden Project (with indoor rainforest) are approximately 30 minutes away by car.In summary; spacious, tasteful, clean accommodation with 3 seated areas. Outside a huge enclosed garden with patio.For more information please visit my website.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 5 bedrooms|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 en suite|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Crantock 800 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 16 km, Nearest railway: Newquay 5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Super King Beds (2), Single Beds (4), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Bedroom 1 - loft room with amazing views of the sea and the village, a king size bed and blackout blinds. Bedroom 2 - twin room (two single beds) Bedroom 3 - single bed with full size pull out bed underneath (can be used as a twin) Bedroom 4 - master room, king size bed with views front and back, ensuite Jack and Jill style* Bedroom 5 - single bed *A bathroom with two doors, therefore making it available to the master bedroom and all rooms on first and second floor.
|Further details outdoors|
Access to the huge secure garden is to the side of the house. At the bottom of the garden there is a large patio area with table, chairs and a large parasol; a gas and a charcoal barbeque are provided for your use (gas is provided). There is also another table on a hard standing close to the patio doors. The rest of the garden is mainly grassed with an exotic border of plants. There is a small fish pond with waterfall, which is permanently covered with a heavy gauge mesh. Parking is limited in Crantock but Crantock Corner has parking for two cars. Parking for more cars is available at the village hall car park which, conveniently, is just 50 metres away from the house. There is a small charge (£1 per day per car) for the extra parking and all funds go to the village.
Come to North Cornwall and enjoy 60 miles of dramatic Atlantic Heritage Coast - cliffs, coves, surf, market towns, farmsteads and enchanting Bodmin Moor. Country houses and historic castles including King Arthur's Tintagel - from Bude to Bedruthan there's golf, walking, cycling and events for all the family all year round.The South coast, in particular Falmouth, is famous for its maritime heritage; the calmer waters in the south lend themselves to sailing.Home to the Cornish Pasty, the national dish, cream teas (using the delicious Cornish clotted cream), Cornish cyder and many other local delicacies.
CRANTOCK is a beautifully quaint Cornish village, close to the bustling town of Newquay on the granite cliffed north coast of mid-Cornwall. The small village lies to the south of the River Gannel with the river also acting as a natural boundary between the parishes of Newquay and Crantock. The village has 2 family orientated public houses, a Post Office and village shop. It also has a vast and beautiful beach for you to explore.There are many other golden sandy beaches to discover such as Polly Joke, Holywell Bay, Perranporth and Watergate bay. Newquay has several beaches too to suit everyone.With an exciting and varied nightlife, gorgeous sandy beaches and world famous surf, NEWQUAY is a hub of activity. Based around a working harbour and the epicentre of all things "surf", Fistral Beach. Newquay can offer you a truly magnificent experience. Fine dining, days at the beach, shopping, surfing and a party atmosphere, no visit to Cornwall is complete without a day or two spent in this famous Cornish town.The capital of Cornwall is a small city based around a beautiful cathedral. TRURO is an historic market town full of richness and diversity. The Wednesday Livestock Market is a centre for the farming community and has modern, purposebuilt premises on the edge of Truro. Down in the centre of town, the Pannier Market is the largest of Truro’s indoor markets and offers a huge range of goods, with something of interest for every shopper.PADSTOW is a traditional Cornish fishing village that has become world famous for it's dining experience's. Visit and explore the busy fishing harbour, walk the side streets and shops before treating yourself to a cream tea or eating in style at one of Padstow's fine seafood restaurants. This village has been made famous by Rick Stein's various eating establishments, but there are plenty of other fine restaurants to dine at.There are plenty of family attractions within easy reach from Crantock; one of the most visited and unique is the EDEN PROJECT: a series of biomes housing vegetation from areas such as the tropics and the mediterranean. There are adventure parks such as CREALY and FLAMBARDS. DAIRYLAND is a farm based park and there is also a delightful zoo in Newquay. In Newquay there is also a indoor swimming pool at Waterworld and a water park at one of the local caravan sites.Along the coast in Watergate Bay there is also a Jamie Oliver restaurant and other places of interest listed below:Tate gallery in St. IvesThe National Seal Sanctuary in GweekSt Michael's Mount near PenzanceLand's EndGoonhilly Earth StationLost Gardens of Heligan