|Bath/Shower||4 (3 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
The Crest is a fantastic, contemporary holiday house sitting well above the cliffs at Tristram overlooking the marvellous bay of Polzeath. With spectacular views from the balconies far out to sea, and a well maintained garden to the rear of the property, this light, airy and luxurious holiday home maintains the balance between chic and practical. This beautiful property boasts large bright spaces with high ceilings and stylish decor throughout, making it the perfect family getaway. The Crest can sleep 10 guests comfortably in 5 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms, more than enough room for large families or lots of friends.
This lavish property has been tastefully designed and has all the comforts you might expect from a luxury holiday house on the North Cornwall coast; sumptuous sofas and beds, beautiful bathrooms, generous balconies and a sleek yet practical kitchen. The decked balcony accessed from the first floor is an enchanting place to sip an evening drink as you watch the sun setting over the sea. There is driveway parking for 4 cars and a garage complete with an extra annexe bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
Tristram is an idyllic location from which to base your family holiday, far enough from the vibrant hub of Polzeath for peace and tranquillity, but only a brisk walk away from all its shops, cafes, pubs and surf shops/hire/schools. Walking down from the house and onto the coastal paths will lead you around to the popular family beach of Daymer Bay, passing pretty coves and inlets as the high cliffs around Polzeath disappear behind you. Rock and the glorious Camel estuary are a few miles further on foot, or a short drive in the car. Boat charter, water skiing and sailing are amongst the many waterside sports to be found here. Across the river in Padstow you can take a ride on a speedboat or a enjoy leisurely hour's cruise onboard the Jubilee Queen. You may be lucky enough to spot Puffins, Razorbills, Dolphins or even enormous Basking sharks.
Sorry No Pets.