|Bath/Shower||6 (4 en-suite)|
|Pets||2 Pets by arrangement|
New for May 2017 - Introducing Greywings in Rock
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Greywings is a beautiful coastal holiday cottage set in a prime position in Rock with fabulous views looking out across the Camel Estuary to Padstow towards the Iron Bridge on the Camel Trail. Perfect for large groups or families who are keen to explore the best of North Cornwall all from your doorstep. This self-catering holiday home offers generous accommodation sleeping 12 guests in six bedrooms and 6 bathrooms located over two floors surrounding the social living areas. Pets are welcome and will love exploring the dog-friendly beaches at Rock and Porthilly.
This New-England style holiday home has undergone a complete ground floor renovation from a high specification kitchen, a spacious utility area, bedrooms and modern ensuite bathrooms with slate flooring throughout the social spaces and light oak maintaining some of its character to create that home from home feel. Access the mature garden and patio via the sliding doors from the open-plan kitchen diner where you can appreciate early evening al-fresco dining on the raised patio with the Estuary as a back drop after an exhilarating day on the water. Four out of the six bedrooms are south facing with stunning views of the Camel Estuary to be enjoyed from the first-floor bedrooms including the master bedroom and living area with access out onto the balcony where you can start your day with a morning coffee whilst admiring the Camel tides.
Set within the heart of Rock and just 2-minute walk to Rock beach with an endless selection of on and off the water sports for all ages and abilities ranging from, golf and walking to wakeboarding and sailing. Enjoy some of the most spectacular walks along Cornwall’s coastal paths and beautiful sandy beaches with Rock Beach to the calm water of Daymer Bay being one of them. For those of a quieter nature, you can relax bird watching on the rocks or sand dunes or relish in the endless selection of restaurants from both sides of the Camel Estuary where you can sit, unwind and watch the world go by. With the North Cornwall coast having so much to offer, why go anywhere else?