|Bath/Shower||4 (2 en-suite)|
|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
New for 2018 - Bed linen and towels included
Believed to have been built in the early 1900s, Westray House is one of the original houses in Polzeath, North Cornwall. Set in a commanding position a short walk from the centre of the village, the house was completely refurbished in 2014 and is finished with a contemporary, stylish decor. On the seaward side of the house the sun deck has exceptional sea views over the sandy beach, Stepper Point, Gulland Island and the Atlantic Ocean. Steps lead to the landscaped, terraced garden. The house is accessed via an unmade private road and parking is provided for 2 vehicles at the bottom of the garden. Sleeping 8 people in 4 bedrooms with 4 bath/shower rooms and 4 WCs, this is a superb, supremely comfortable self catering holiday haven.
The house retains many of its original features including slate flag stone flooring in the kitchen, high ceilings and large windows, giving the house a light, modern feel but with the traditional charm of the original building still much inevidence. A stunning modern wood burner set into the sitting room wall provides a focal point for evenings in with family, friends or a good book. The first floor has 3 bedrooms; one boasts a comfortable super-king bed with ensuite shower room; 2 further twin bedrooms (one can be linked to make a super-king) share a smart family bathroom. Up on the second floor, a twin bedded room with a vaulted ceiling enjoys an ensuite shower room.
The embodiment of a Cornish seaside holiday, Polzeath ticks the boxes for all members of the family. With a grocery store nearby and a choice of cafes and restaurants, you can leave the car idle for the rest of the week. So close to the beach, the golden sands are perfect for sunbathers, while the surfers in the family can be the first to hit the waves; return for a slap-up breakfast before heading back into the water. Hikers and the family dogs can stomp along the coastal path to discover grand cliffs and the quieter bays of Lundy Bay and Epphaven, even reaching Port Quin, this serene cove is an excellent spot to swim at high tide.
Pets welcome by arrangement restricted to ground floor.