|Bath/Shower||3 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
|Linen||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
|Towels||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
A real coastal treat, Broadagogue is situated in an elevated position on the Greenaway boasting superb views of Stepper Point, the Doombar and the mouth of the Camel estuary. Within a short walk to Greenaway beach, the adjacent coastal footpath leads around the cliff to Daymer Bay in one direction, or Polzeath in the other, both beautiful walks with stunning scenery. The self-catering holiday house is comfortably furnished and commanding spectacular sea views from most of the rooms, whilst outside there are large, open grounds and a secluded patio. The house is accessed via an unmade private road and has an ample parking area. Sleeping 8 people in 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, this property is in a prime position for the ultimate coastal holiday.
A large sociable space, the open plan dining room and lounge opens onto the sunny patio area with gorgeous sea views beyond. Curl up with a good book in the snug or next door in the sun-room, soak up the panorama with coffees and newspapers. Three twin bedrooms are on the ground floor; two have doors opening to the patio; lovely to open on a bright morning and let the sea breezes ruffle the curtains and hear the distant crashing surf. The ensuite bedroom upstairs has an adjoining sun room; relax here and gaze out at the ocean with a cup of tea first thing in the morning.
A very fashionable part of North Cornwall, Greenaway has to be one of the most wild and beautiful, with its setting on the rugged cliffs and easy access to Daymer, Rock and Polzeath beaches. Visit Padstow, a classic fishing harbour town, via the ferry from Rock, a lovely day trip in itself. From here, take a fast speedboat ride around the bay or a more traditional boat ride around the offshore islands on the Jubilee Queen; you might be lucky enough to spot dolphins or seals. Poetry fans will be interested to visit St Enodoc church, nestling in the sand dunes behind Daymer Bay; an inspiration to Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman and his final resting place.
Sorry No Pets.