|Bath/Shower||4 (1 en-suite)|
|Pets||Sorry, no pets|
The Terrace 2 is a substantial Victorian waterside holiday house located in an exclusive terrace at the bottom of Rock Road. This stylish self catering property offers generous accommodation for families, sleeping 10 guests in five bedrooms with 4 bathrooms and has wonderful sea views over the stunning Camel Estuary towards Padstow. There is a raised lawned garden to the rear with a slate courtyard and car port. Towards the front of the property there is parking for 1 car as well as a further 2 spaces at the end of the garden. Located on the opposite side of the road, there is a private waterfront garden that is accessed by a pedestrian gate. The garden provides a sitting area with uninterrupted views of the estuary.
The property is laid out on four floors and enjoys a feeling of space and natural light due to its well proportioned rooms. A twin bedroom, shower room and utility area are set in in the basement, with an external door to the front of the property. On the ground floor there is a spacious open plan reception room with a formal dining area and a charming living area. Curl up with a book in the sunny window seat to make the most of those magnificent sea views. Upstairs on the first floor are 3 bedrooms; the master bedroom has a super-king bed and an adjacent bathroom, both enjoying wonderful sea views. The second bedroom has a kingsize bed with an adjacent shower room. Towards the rear of the house is the third kingsize bedroom with a further bathroom. Bedroom four is located in the eaves and has some reduced headroom on the stairs. Light and bright, this attic room offers twin beds set under the vaulted ceiling.
Located only 60 metres from the Rock Sailing and Waterski Club, this wonderful house is perfect for those who love holidaying by the sea. With plenty of walking available right from the doorstep, the St Enodoc Golf Course and the Camel Ski School are also just minutes away. Around the coast at Polzeath you will find plenty of waves for would be surfers to enjoy, whilst Daymer Bay offers sheltered shallow waters ideal for bathers and young children. There is plenty of excellent choice for eating out locally at the many pubs, cafes and restaurants, and some decent retail therapy only a stones throw away. Take the foot ferry over to Padstow for a change of scenery. Teenagers will enjoy sauntering down to the pontoon to sign up for waterskiing or an inflatable boat ride, while adults can relax on the terrace and enjoy their antics with an indulgent cream tea.The village of Rock offers everything you need groceries-wise including a butcher, baker, fishmonger and delicatessen plus a newsagents, post office and petrol station.