|Bath/Shower||4 (2 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
|Linen||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
|Towels||Not Included (Separate Hire Available)|
Belmont is a stylish, detached bungalow wonderfully situated in the heart of Rock village, amongst the village shops and services. Bright, airy and deceptively spacious, this contemporary-style property is well equipped and furnished and sleeping 10 people in 4 bedrooms, perfect for two families sharing its large kitchen/diner and generous sitting room with double height ceilings. The pristine property boasts a professionally landscaped and sheltered, south facing gardens and parking for up to 4 cars.
Living areas in Belmont are roomy, smart and generously furnished. Throw open the sliding glass doors in the kitchen/diner, increasing the light and space yet further, leading directly onto the terrace - a super place for appreciating the attractive well-planted garden and especially for outdoor entertaining on a warm evening. Warm up after a surfing session in the luxurious sauna, an unusual facility and a welcome treat.
Stroll downhill to Rock and Porthilly beaches, as well as the sailing club and sailing and waterski schools for those searching for some fun out on the estuary. For golfers the renowned St Enodoc golf course is just behind the sand dunes which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; from the dunes one can take in the breathtaking views across the Camel Estuary, from Pentire Point to Padstow. For beach lovers, Daymer Bay is ideal for paddling and swimming, and the blue flag beach Polzeath caters to experienced surfers and children alike - with its numerous rock pools, surf schools, eateries and of course fabulous waves whether you ride a longboard or a bodyboard. A day away from the water can be spent on the Camel Trail which ends in the quaint town of Padstow, famed for its food - with both Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth restaurants. From here, jump aboard the foot ferry back to Rock and perhaps go on a ramble to St Enodoc Church, the resting place of Sir John Betjeman, or head out on a fishing trip from the pontoon and catch your supper.
Sorry No Pets.