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The Bedruthan, Ocean Blue, Treyarnon Bay

A light and bright three bedroom beach house, with spacious interior and a patio garden. A brilliant resting space only 100 metres from the beach!



 “Great location. Spacious and comfortable. Well equipped. Outside area good to have with tap – good for wetsuit storage etc.”




A perfect location for that family beach holiday, The Bedruthan is a comfortable and relaxed seaside pad just a stroll from the golden sands of Treyarnon Bay. Located on the popular Ocean Blue gated community, this home-from-home is a great base from which to explore the local beaches without the stress of carting all the beach gear in and out of the car each day. Treyarnon Bay is dog-friendly all year round, so there is no need to leave the furriest one in the family at home!





Situated right on one of North Cornwall’s best beaches, this a location that really cannot be beaten. Treyarnon Bay regularly comes top in “Best Of….” beach lists and it’s easy to see why. As one of the areas “Seven Bays for Seven Days” this stunning cove is hugged by dunes and high cliffs. The sandy bay provides a divine spot for a dip, but if calmer waters are more your thing why not try the tidal pool nestled into the rocks, topped up daily by the ocean.


Follow the coast path north and you come to Constantine Bay, an easy ten-minute stroll away. This long sandy beach is flanked by rolling dunes and is legend among the surfing community, head here to watch them ripping on big wave days. The other side of the rocky outcrop in the middle of the bay lies Booby’s Bay, a low-tide beauty that hides amazing rockpools and coves, as well as the skeleton of a ship long since wrecked.


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

Stepping into the hallway, you spy the master bedroom to your left with a king-sized bed, generous ensuite shower room and French doors to the front. To your right lies the large triple aspect open plan living area, flooded with beautiful coastal light by several skylights which offer a great opportunity for stargazing at night. The well-equipped kitchen sits to the rear of the house, adjacent to the dining area and has plenty of space for the whole family to refuel between surf sessions. This room is the hub of the home, with squashy sofas to collapse into after a hard day’s fun.


Head up the stairs to find a further two bedrooms and a family bathroom, all continuing with the light and bright coastal décor. A double room to the front of the property has a Juliette balcony which catches the evening light, and to the rear is the twin room, perfect for the kids.


Outside Space

Accessible from the living area, The Bedruthan has a terrace to its side, ideal for outdoor dining. This handy space provides the perfect spot to hang up salty wetsuits and stash the beach gear, ready for the next day’s adventure.



The Bedruthan has allocated parking for one car.



The Bedruthan has a king-sized bedroom with ensuite shower on the ground floor with the further two bedrooms and family bathroom with shower over bath on the first floor. There is a flight of stairs with thirteen treads and a handrail leading to the upper floor. Other than a small step into the front door and the same to the patio area, the ground floor is all on one level. There is a small slope from the parking area to the front door.

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


Refundable security deposit

A refundable security deposit of £250 will be taken prior to your stay. You will receive an email with the information on how to make this payment.


EV charging

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



Free Wi-Fi available in the property.



Pets are welcome at The Bedruthan.


Linen and towels are included in the property but please bring your own beach towels.



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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.