|Bath/Shower||3 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
|Linen||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
|Towels||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
Porthilly Brook is a spacious holiday house located at the end of a private road in the heart of Rock village on the North Cornwall coast. Recently refurbished, this stylish and contemporary property adjoins a footpath leading down to the quiet sandy beach at Porthilly Cove. A large, secluded, south-facing garden is perfect for garden games and the full width furnished terrace is ideal for family meals and drinks on a balmy evening. A wonderful seaside break for family and friends, the light and bright bedrooms sleep 8-10 people in 4 bedrooms.
Bright pops of colour keep this house feeling fun and modern and with generous furnishings and storage make this an easy and memorable place to stay. The open plan kitchen /diner has doors leading onto the terrace; a sheltered spot to enjoy lunch in the garden or plan your day over morning coffee. Huge sliding glass doors in the lounge open onto the terrace, giving an extra sense of space. Accessed externally, a basic utility room and shower are useful for drying out damp beach kit. The master, ensuite bedroom is upstairs with a twin room alongside it, whilst another twin and bunk room are located on the ground floor.
Enjoy the beauty of North Cornwall from this calm holiday escape at Rock. Excellent village shops and services are within walking distance, including a newsagents, butcher, fishmonger and delicatessen. For evening meals try local restaurants include the award winning 'The Dining Room' and the St Enodoc Hotel. Stroll down to Porthilly beach and Rock waterfront via the footpath across fields with panoramic views of the Camel Estuary, Padstow and countryside beyond. With the sailing and waterskiing on offer here plus the golden sands of Daymer Bay and Polzeath for swimming and surfing, families will be kept busy, happy and inspired, resulting in a memorable, successful holiday.
Sorry No Pets. The house will allow 10 people, although we advise this is only taken up if the extra people are children.