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The Trevose, Ocean Blue, Treyarnon

A beautiful, beach facing duplex apartment with stunning views of the bay. Featuring a large private terrace and striking interior design, this stunning property is a beachside gem!



 “What a find!!!! Loved this property. Can’t wait to return.”




Welcome to beachside living at its best. This spacious apartment located just metres from beautiful Treyarnon Bay has all the ingredients you need for a perfect family holiday. Stylish yet comfortable three bedroom interior, spacious and modern bathrooms, well equipped and contemporary kitchen, and most importantly, the most spectacular ocean views. This is the place that those holiday memories will be made.




Treyarnon Bay’s reputation as one of the area’s best beaches is easily justified. With its expanse of fine, golden sand and craggy cliffs, this glorious part of the coast has something to keep every member of the family happy. With lifeguards on patrol from May until September, many happy hours can be spent surfing its fun waves or exploring its critter filled rockpools. If calmer waters are more your thing why not try the tidal pool nestled into the rocks, topped up daily by the ocean and a perfect spot for snorkelling. Pick up the coast path north and wander over to Constantine, a huge arc of golden sand with world class waves, or keep on strolling round Trevose Head, home to the lighthouse and Lifeboat station. Walking South from Treyarnon takes you past Fox Cove and Pepper Cove, both famed smuggling spots from the days when goods were brought ashore away from the watchful eye of the local marshals!


St Merryn village is a short drive away, with plenty of shops and bars including Rick Steins pub, The Cornish Arms. The village is also home to a well-stocked shop, bakery, and surf shop, so all bases are covered! Another five minutes in the car will take you to Padstow, a vibrant harbour town packed full of renowned restaurants, galleries, and a whole host of outdoor activities, perfect for a day out.

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Inside Space

The feeling throughout The Trevose is of space and light, and this begins as soon as you step inside. The spacious hallway leads into a large open plan living and dining area, with huge French doors that fill the whole space with light. The jewel tones of the soft furnishings echo the colours of the sea and sky, so visible through the large expanse of glass, and the stylish furnishings are both comfortable and elegant and create a relaxed, coastal vibe. A modern black gloss kitchen sits to the rear of the apartment and a large window above the sink area overlooks the courtyard and brings even more light into the space. Back into the central hallway, and you find a single bedroom with bunk beds, perfect for the smaller ones in the party! A handy WC is also located on this level. Follow the staircase to the upper floor, where the two further bedrooms are found. No fighting over the sea view here, both bedrooms are to the front of the house and have spectacular vistas over the bay. The master has a spacious ensuite with shower over bath and a large window to the rear, filling the space with natural light. The stylish décor continues throughout these rooms, with the second ensuite bedroom being set as a twin.

Outside Space

Enjoying a panoramic view across Treyarnon Bay, the generous terrace has ample room for dining and lounging, as well as plenty of room to dry those salty and sandy wetsuits. A perfect spot to watch the evening sun dip below the horizon and plan the next day’s adventures.


The Trevose has allocated parking for one car within the gated Ocean Blue complex.


Access to the property is at the rear of the building and over one step into a communal hallway. A flight of stairs leads to the front door, and once inside there is a further flight of stairs to the upper floor where the bedrooms are located. Both flights of stairs are switchback in design and have handrails.

Please note: This property has a balcony on the first floor. Please supervise children at all times when the balcony is in use. 

EV charging

It is not permitted to charge electric vehicles at this property.


Free Wi-Fi available in the property.


No pets permitted.


Linen and towels are provided but please bring your own beach towels.



Local Area




Voted as Britain’s cleanest beach, Treyarnon is a stunning bay on the North Cornish coast with golden sands and beautiful blue waters. The renowned surfing beach offers an interesting blend of sand, rock pools, caves, and gullies to explore and a natural swimming pool on the Northern side. A north-west facing beach, Treyarnon enjoys simply unforgettable sunsets out on the horizon line.


Up on the cliff there is a café open all year round where you can stop for a drink or a bite to eat, with plenty of outdoor seating overlooking the bay. There is also a seasonal shop for essential supplies and a seasonal food van for takeaway food and drinks. With toilets at the top of the beach, you can enjoy a family day on Treyarnon beach with everything you need in reach.


Perfectly situated amidst the popular bays of Constantine and Porthcothan, and linked by the South West Coast Path, you can discover some of the finest coastal landscapes. Just a mile away at the top of Constantine Bay, you can also find the award winning Trevose Golf & Country Club, a championship course with a stunning backdrop.




For further amenities nearby, head to St Merryn. The village offers a mixture of places to eat and drink including Rick Stein’s cosy pub The Cornish Arms. There is a village store, fish and chip shop, bakery, petrol station and more. Another fine place to eat is The Pig over at Harlyn Bay, just a couple of miles from Treyarnon.


Also just a ten minute drive away is Padstow, a picturesque harbour town with a number of superb restaurants, bars, boutique shops and galleries. This bustling town offers a vast variety of food options from Rick Stein’s famous Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred No.6, to fresh Cornish pasties and fish and chips on the harbour.