- A morning surf followed by a hot shower - alfresco!
- Kicking back and relaxing in the spacious re-vamped interior.
- Watching the sunset over the Atlantic before dinner on the terrace under the stars.
- Walking the coast path to Watergate Bay for hot chocolate or even a cheeky cocktail!
With spacious and flexible accommodation, there are living spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms on both ground and first floors. Chic and elegant the interior is practical for families, having been re-vamped by the current owners.The superb open plan kitchen/dining/living space on the ground floor is the hub of the house and a great space for socialising, eating, relaxing and catching up on the day’s events. Open up the patio doors to the garden and let children run wild outside whilst you relax and take in the sea view! Three are three bedrooms on the ground floor, a double, a twin and a bunk room, all crisp and bright, sharing a vast family bathroom with separate shower. The master bedroom is on the first floor with king size bed and en-suite shower room. Pocket sprung Hypnos beds and egyptian cotton sheets ensure a restful sleep. Filled with light, the first floor sitting room is the perfect place to chill out and watch the ever changing sea and sky with incredible panoramic views. Light the fire, snuggle up and watch a film after a day on the beach.
The enclosed child friendly garden is on the seaward side of the house. A wide terrace opens to a sweeping lawn with views out to the sea. A pergola covered table and chairs offers a shady spot for summer dining. At night fairy lights twinkle overhead whilst the lights of Newquay glow in the distance.Escape coffee in hand to the first floor balcony for a birds eye view of the surrounding coast and countryside. There is a hot outdoor shower for sandy beach returners plus a wetsuit drying area in the old glass house at the front of the house. There is ample off street parking for three cars on the drivway.
Mawgan Porth beach is just a 10 minute downhill walk from Coastman’s Nest (a little longer on the way back up with beach weary little ones). A wide stretch of white sand, the beach is lifeguarded in the summer months and is home to a surf school. There is a beach shop, café, pub and fish and chip shop for casual dining after a day in the elements. For more upmarket dining The Bedruthan Steps Hotel is just around the corner from the house, with a café, cocktail bar restaurant and spa open to non –residents.If you want to escape the children for a day The Scarlet Hotel is also a short walk away. A luxury adults only retreat there is a day spa and superb restaurant. Watergate Bay is just a mile or two west. Another fabulous beach, famous for its extreme academy of water-sports there is another fantastic hotel as well as Jamie Olivers restaurant; Fifteen. We highly recommend booking well in advance to avoid disappointment! Finally don’t forget to bring your walking boots so you can head out on coast path walks and return for evenings in front of the fire.