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Daymer Bay, Cornwall (Ref. 1080237)

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  • Sleeps 8

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets Yes

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1 Customer Review(s)

  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bayliffe

    “We had a lovely stay at Trebartha.”

    We love North Cornwall, particularly the Camel Estuary, which is highly recommended, especially as we bring our Spaniels on holiday. We also love to visit The Blue Tomato cafe, which is always welcoming. Bedruthan Steps is worth a visit, along with a coastal walk to Morgan Porth. We would find an outside shower, tap useful for showering down sandy dogs. We have one at home, and helps keep the home clean . Definitely will be returning.

    - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bayliffe, Oct 2017

The property

A spacious holiday bungalow, Trebartha has lovely views of the sea, Newland and the Camel Estuary. Perfectly positioned, a quick walk along the coastal path brings you to the tranquil sandy beach at Daymer Bay or in the other direction, to the surf beach of Polzeath and the local shops. Accessed via a private road, there is a garage for storage of beach kit and ample parking space. Trebartha is a well located holiday house that comfortably sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms and welcomes pets by arrangement.The open plan dining/kitchen area is a lovely light space for family meals with doors leading out onto a paved terrace; rest here and enjoy glorious sunsets over a glass of Cornish fizz. Throw a ball for your dog in the large level garden whilst soaking up those amazing views.Trebartha is situated on the Greenaway; a sensational and exclusive location from which to explore the North Cornish coast. Choose from the calm clear waters of Daymer Bay or the pumping waves of Polzeath. A quick drive upstream brings you to Rock for sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding and water-skiing. Follow the coast path as far as the beautiful scenery of Pentire Point and The Rumps; see if you can spot seals or dolphins as you go. Further inland, visit National Trust properties such as Lanhydrock House for beautiful Cornish gardens and fascinating local history.Accommodation: Sitting Room Study Dining Room/Kitchen Utility Room Shower Room/W.C. Bedroom 1: Super King Bed (6ft) with en-suite Bathroom/W.C. Bedroom 2: Twin Beds Bedroom 3: Twin Beds Bedroom 4: Twin Beds Bathroom/W.C. Pets by arrangement.


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  • Four bedrooms: 1 super king with en-suite with bath, WC and basin, 3 twin rooms, sitting room, kitchen with dining area, utility room, study, separate shower room with shower, WC and basin and separate bathroom with bath and shower over head, WC and basin
  • Outside terrace with large level garden.
  • Oil central heating and electric fire
  • Electric intergrated oven with ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, TV, DVD player and telephone
  • Electric and heating inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels (not beach) inc. in rent
  • Two pets allowed
  • Sorry, no smoking permitted
  • Shop seven min walk, beach and bars 0.6 miles away.

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

About the location


Daymer Bay and the village of Trebetherick were both loved by Sir John Betjeman and are unquestionably special. With a huge appeal to both the young and not so young, Daymer Bay has recently been voted one of the best beaches in the world! St. Enodoc Church, once buried in the sand, is within comfortable walking distance of Daymer Bay and is the resting place of Sir John Betjeman. Daymer Bay holds great appeal for wind surfers with the waves rolling up the estuary. There is enormous fun too for small children with buckets and spades and fishing in the rock pools. Up from the coast path as it runs from Daymer Bay is Highcliffe, nestling between Polzeath and Trebetherick, both of which boast a number of pubs, restaurants and village stores all offering a wide variety of fresh quality produce. The properties at Highcliffe have the advantage of being within easy reach of Daymer, Polzeath and Greenaway - Greenaway being the name given to the clifftop area, beach and small cove with rock pools overlooking the Atlantic beyond that lies between Daymer and Polzeath.

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