|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
|Linen||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
|Towels||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
New for 2019 - WIFI included and Dog Friendly
Millbank is a detached holiday cottage situated in an elevated position overlooking Polzeath Bay in North Cornwall, with open split level terracing with railings and a parking area. Set in a really convenient location; just a five-minute walk from the beach and all the village amenities, Millbank is ideal for a group of surfers or beach lovers looking for a seaside base from where they can make the most of all the area has to offer. The holiday cottage will sleep 6 guests in 3 bedrooms with 1 bathroom.
The master bedroom has a 4ft 6 double bed with en-suite and a door leading out to the terrace. There are two further twin bedrooms and a kitchen providing all you need to create some tasty meals for busy days in the fresh Cornish air or the exhilarating surf. There is a bright, light lounge/dining room with wonderful views of the sea, across to Pentire Point and Newland. The comforting presence of a wood burner will give you much needed warmth on your return from the outdoor elements on chilly winter days.
Polzeath has lots of good places to eat all just a stroll away, from fish and chips to seafood specials. There is a well-stocked mini supermarket that also has many delicatessen style goodies and a fine selection of wines. Great beach shops selling fashion, gifts or homewares are good for a browse, decent coffee and delicious ice creams are available to take onto the beach to enjoy. Once weekly on summer evenings the local silver band takes up residence in the car park and the timeless sounds carry all the way across the beach. If you want to explore the North coast a bit more then we recommend heading over to Daymer Bay, a calm and sheltered bathing beach just around the coast path, that children will love. Or you can head to Rock to try your hand at water sports including sailing, wake boarding or waterskiing. You can also catch the day ferry across to Padstow harbour from here and maybe hire some bikes to cycle the camel trail?