|Bath/Shower||3 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
Penny Liggan in Rock, is a spacious self-catering property close to Rock beach and the Camel Estuary on the north Cornwall coast. An ideal family holiday home, it has plenty of space for up to 12 guests in five comfortable bedrooms. A dog-friendly bungalow, it offers laid back charm with a choice of living spaces to unwind in, along with mature gardens, which borrow wonderful views of the St Enodoc Golf Course and Stepper Point beyond. Penny Liggan benefits from having ample parking.
The large open plan kitchen and dining area offers a sociable space for both formal dining or relaxed lunches. The space is flooded with natural light and patio doors open the house onto a completely enclosed, sunken patio area and rockery. Retire to this great little sun trap after dinner to enjoy a perfectly sheltered sundowner. Overlooking the patio, a sitting area set under a glass ceiling is clearly the hub of the home and the perfect spot to sit and read, or to chat while the kids run in and out of the garden. A separate living room with large apex windows perfectly frame the view, is the ideal spot to enjoy a board game or favourite movie as night falls. Take your pick from a superking and a kingsize bedroom, plus two twin bedrooms with shared use of two bathrooms. A fifth bedroom with ensuite shower room offers a single bed (which can be pulled out to make a king-size) with a double bed set on a mezzanine level.
Take the footpath from Penny Liggan to the beach or head to the shops in Rock village. With a butcher, baker, fishmonger, deli, grocery store and clothing shops, you can stock up or indulge in some retail therapy without having to travel too far. Take your pooch for a long walk on Rock's golden beach; walk along the banks of the estuary and soak up the incredible views, or head into the dunes towards Daymer Bay and Polzeath beyond. If you fancy a day-trip then you could hop on the foot ferry to Padstow to explore this pretty harbour. If you're feeling energetic then why not try cycling the Camel Trail (a flat cycle trail suitable for all the family), try water-skiing, wakeboarding or even hire a sailing dinghy or stand up paddle board and hit the water! For dining out there are excellent choices on offer with lots of restaurants and cafes on both sides of the water, and if you stay out late, catch the water taxi home against a backdrop of twinkling lights for a truly memorable end to the night.
1 Pet welcome by arrangement.