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Trearden

Rock, Cornwall (Ref. 1080675)

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4 Customer Review(s)

  • “Lovely bungalow in a good location - would have given it 5 stars but a large pile of spare bedding/quilts and large vacuum cleaner were stored in the big wardrobe in main bedroom leaving hardly any space - not great as had to try and find a home for them so we could use the wardrobe for its intended purpose.”

    So a little short on storage space for linen and cleaning equipment but otherwise bright and cheerful with some great pictures everywhere on walls to look at.

    So a little short on storage space for linen and cleaning equipment but otherwise bright and cheerful with some great pictures everywhere on walls to look at.

    - Mrs Roberts, September 2021

The property

Instantly relax in this ever so comfortable, charming and homely three bedroom holiday home in the heart of Rock. In a fantastic location, Trearden is within walking distance to not only Porthilly Bay and then around to Rock beach at low tide but also to the facilities of the village such as the bakery, butchers and village stores. Inside, the wrap around kitchen to dining and lounge area creates a welcome flow in the social areas, with the large picture windows to the front letting the light stream in. The modern kitchen itself is very well equipped with quality facilities for the chef of the group, which will make whipping up your family spreads a doddle, if you choose to eat in. Otherwise, the restaurants at the end Rock and tempting Mariners Pub lie down the hill, towards the water. For sitting together at the end of the day, the living area provides sink-into sofas and for chilly evenings, the comfort an electric fire to keep your toes extra toasty! The soft pastel décor throughout is uplifting and attractive, creating a comforting feel which means you can switch off from modern life and your thoughts can drift away with the ebbing tide into your own idyllic Cornish holiday dreamworld. There are two lovely bedrooms at the back of the house and a further single to the side, giving everyone plenty of space to relax in private, away from the main living areas, if they wish. The ground floor facilities and bedrooms are certain to suit multigenerational families, with the sheltered outside patio at this level too, before the steps lead up to the grassy lawn. Trearden boasts a beautiful, enclosed back garden which children will love to dash around in and where adults can sprawl out in the suntrap created by the high hedges either side. There is an enchanting summer house which makes an inviting spot to curl up with a holiday read and glass of Cornish wine in the afternoon (if the children haven’t claimed it for their very own den by then!) From the elevated lawn, you can catch a glimpse of the shimmering water of the estuary to tempt you out of your peaceful solitude and down to the shoreline. Wander down to Porthilly via the footpath nearby at day break to stretch your legs and see the deliciously calm estuary glistening in the early morning light, before the rest of the world wakes up. For any runners or keen walkers, there are a few stunning round routes you can take from the house, with one taking you through the famous St. Enodoc golf course to Brea bay, around in the dunes and back via the beach, up the hill to Trearden. You will be sure to work up an appetite for a full English breakfast with Cornish produce from just up the road in the village after that! With the golf course so close to the house, keen enthusiasts can pack their clubs and enjoy the break-taking views from the famous coastal course. For more aquatically minded guests, Rock Sailing School offers the chance to learn to sail or return to the water in the Camel Estuary while Camel Ski School is perfect for water-skiing adrenaline-seekers and more laid back paddleboarders alike. To truly appreciate the marine life on the coastline, why not book a Sealife Safari which takes you around the tiny bays of the estuary; you may even be lucky enough to spot dolphins playing in the water! Accommodation: Kitchen leading around to the dining area and living room Bedroom 1: Super king size bed (6 foot wide) - can be made into two twin 3 foot wide beds on request. Bedroom 2: King size bed (5 foot wide) Bedroom 3: Single bed (3 foot wide) Family bathroom with a stand up shower, basin and W.C. Separate W.C. * Please note, while the driveway and front garden is not gated to the neighbouring driveway or the road, the back garden is enclosed with fencing and hedging. The beds will be made up as per the description. If you require the zip and link bed(s) to be configured differently; please inform us AT LEAST 7 days prior to your arrival date.

Summary

  • Three bedrooms; 1 super king ((6ft) zip and link), 1 king size (5ft), 1 single (3ft)
  • Family bathroom with shower, WC and basin
  • Separate WC and basin
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room.
  • Oil central heating, electric fire
  • Electric intergrated oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher, food blender, firdge/freezer, kettle, microwave, washer/dryer, heated towel rail, iron, iron board, Smart TV with freeview and built DVD, CD player and DAB radio
  • Summer house
  • Electric and heating inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Sorry, no smoking permitted
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • Beach, shops and restaurants a 15 min walk away.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

About the location

ROCK

Padstow 1.5 miles via ferry; Polzeath 2.8 miles; Wadebridge 6.2 miles.

Rock is a desirable and much sought after coastal village located on the north eastern bank of the River Camel opposite the famous harbour town of Padstow which is easily reached by a regular ferry service. The summer home of royalty and celebrities offering top class restaurants and quality shops, the real draw is the array of watersports including sailing, water skiing, windsurfing and angling. Continuing on a sporting theme, the golf course at nearby St Enodoc is considered to be one of the best in the country. With an abundance of world class beaches all within a short radius it is easy to see why Rock holds its popularity.

Bedroom 1 is made up as a Superking zip link as standard, if you require single beds, please contact us to advise.

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