|Bath/Shower||5 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
Greenaway Heights enjoys a fabulously elevated position set between Daymer bay and Polzeath with breathtaking views from Stepper to Pentire point on the North Cornwall coast. A luxurious self-catering holiday house, Greenaway Heights is set along a very quiet private road on the clifftops above Greenaway beach. With more than adequate space for 10 guests in 5 bedrooms with 5 bathrooms, this comfortable property is perfectly suited to a large gathering of family or friends. The enclosed gardens are private and sheltered with the terrace providing an ideal sun-trap, bordered by colourful plants and easily accessed via the expansive sitting room. Greenaway Heights is beautifully furnished throughout and well equipped with plenty of light pouring in through the sizeable windows and glass doors.
Many of the principle rooms on the ground floor have doors leading out to the garden or slate terrace and on warm days you can wander seamlessly throughout the house and gardens. Salty children and tired surfers can use the handy outside shower and hang up wetsuits and kit in the practical wet room off the utility. Greenaway Heights offers a place for everyone; quiet sofas where adults can read or relax, a media room where teenagers can lounge about, play music or watch TV and an enclosed garden where small children can play games. The master bedroom has a super king sized bed with an en-suite bathroom and sitting area. There are two further double bedrooms, while bedrooms 4 and 5 both have twin beds and all offer wonderful sea views of the Atlantic ocean.
Greenaway beach is a diverse and unspoilt gem, with incredible rock pools at low tide and endlessly changeable high tides; sometimes calm and flat but huge waves occasionally race up the beach on a big swell or during a winter's storm. Along the tideline shell seekers and beachcombers can seek out lots of fascinating treasures while the children enjoy hours in the rock pools with fishing nets. Wadebridge is the nearest town only a 6-mile drive away where you'll find supermarkets, independent shops, and a cinema. Other nearby beaches include the surfing hub at Polzeath and the gentle sheltered Daymer Bay; both can be accessed via the coastal path. A short drive away lies Port Isaac, a vibrant historic fisherman's village, also home to Nathan Outlaw's Michelin starred restaurants. Sailors and water skiers will gravitate towards Rock, with its sailing club and ski school, you can also catch the ferry from here across to Padstow harbour.
Pets welcome by arrangement.