|Bath/Shower||3 (2 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
Seven, Sandy Hills is a beautifully appointed contemporary property in Rock with high quality fixtures and fittings, set in an elevated position to make the most of the lovely countryside views. A lovely self-catering holiday property suitable for at least two families to share, as it sleeps 10 people in 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms. With two sets of bunk beds in one room, children will love to share bedtime stories with friends or cousins before crashing out after long days on the beach. The peaceful cove of Porthilly can be found a stroll away, along the footpath close by. Rock's vibrant waterfront is a good 10-minute walk away.
The bedrooms are all on the ground floor; two king sized bedrooms both have en-suite shower rooms, while a twin bed room and the children's bunk bedroom have use of the family bathroom. An external utility room has a useful wetsuit hanging rail and a lockable courtyard to store boards and bikes etc. The first floor has wonderful vaulted ceilings letting in lots of light and creating a spacious and airy feel enhancing the stylish decor throughout. The modern open plan kitchen/dining and living room is sleek and well equipped yet practical enough to cater for large family groups. A separate snug with a TV gives an additional haven for tired children or adults to retreat to.
Outside, a large decking area provides its own secluded outdoor eating area. Private parking spaces are generous enough for three cars and there is also a dedicated spot for a boat (approx 8 metres.) Seven Sandy Hills is situated on a private lane only 5 minutes from the waterside of the Camel Estuary and less than a mile drive to the vibrant surfing hub of Polzeath or the family friendly beach at Daymer Bay. Tempting restaurants from James Nathan at the St Enodoc hotel, Nathan Outlaw at The Mariners and Fred Beedle at The Dining room, are well within walking distance. There are also cafes and pubs above Rock's waterfront, or you can catch a ferry ride to Padstow where you can try out Rick Stein's fish and chips or Paul Ainsworth at No 6.
Sorry No Pets.