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£335 - £750

Sleeps 4

Bank Street, St Columb

Cosy character cottage in a central location close to Newquay, Padstow, Watergate Bay and many beaches


  • Dog Friendly


A 300 year old cob cottage in the heart of the market town of St Columb within a short drive of Padstow, Newquay and many beautiful beaches including Watergate Bay with Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Restaurant only a ten-minute drive away. 


The cottage offers spacious internal accommodation retaining many character features, with two large double bedrooms, two reception rooms and separate kitchen plus shower room. To the front of the cottage is a small courtyard garden. Within a short walk there are plenty of shops, pubs and eateries. With on street parking located within 200 yards.

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With three comfortable sofas, television.



Dining table and four chairs.



Galley kitchen including a range cooker, dishwasher, microwave, (fridge is kept in the under stairs cupboard in the dining room), washing machine, tumble dryer, toaster, kettle.



Spacious bedroom with double bed, armchair, wardrobe and chests. Optional extra single bed.



Spacious bedroom with double bed, wardrobe and chests.



Shower enclosure, toilet, sink.



Small enclosed patio garden at the front.



There is no parking with this property.  The nearest car park is situated a short walk away in Fore Street, TR9 6RH. There is on street parking 100m down the road and space for loading outside the cottage.



Wifi is provided at the cottage.


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Local Area

St Columb

A historic market town with easy access to the A39 only minutes away you are well placed to explore Cornwall. Only a short drive to several golden beaches of the North Coast and within a 15 minute drive of both Newquay and Padstow.   The town of St Columb offers general amenities to include a small supermarket, pubs, restaurant and takeaway outlets.  


Within a short drive is Padstow, a striking harbour town offering everything you need all in one place… Stunning coastal walks, gourmet restaurants, galleries and shops, beaches along the estuary, sea life safaris and speed boat trips, and of course as many pasties, ice creams and fish and chip shops as a town can fit!


The vibrant town of Newquay is also within a fifteen minute drive offering plentiful shops, restaurants and water sports activities. 


Beaches within a short drive:

Mawgan Porth – 6 miles

Within a ten minute drive, a stunning surfing beach, perfect for families with plenty of rockpools, caves and a stream running down one side of the beach. Mawgan Porth has plenty of amenities opposite the beach, a pub, shops, parking, toilets and places to eat. Dog friendly all year round.

Watergate Bay – 6 miles

A simply beautiful stretch of coastline, Watergate bay offers a huge expanse of sand and perfect conditions for surfing and watersports. With the Extreme Academy located on the beach side, there is plenty of activities to get involved in. There is a beach side cafe, restaurant, shop, toilets and parking. Dog friendly all year. Only ten minutes from the cottage!


Fistral Beach – 10 miles

A renowned surfing beach situated in Newquay, Fistral offers a wide stretch of golden sand and an amazing spot for getting in the water. Plenty of places to eat and drink on the beach including Rick Steins restaurant, shops, toilets and parking. Dog friendly all year round.



Porthcothan Bay – 7 miles

Nicely positioned between Padstow and Newquay, Porthcothan Bay is a sheltered sandy beach which is not far from Bedruthan Steps, offering the most spectacular coastal walks. Parking and toilets are situated on the other side of the road. Dog friendly all year.


Restaurants within a short drive:


Just a ten minute drive fro the cottage, over in Watergate Bay, is Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant, where you can have not only a beautiful meal but enjoy the most stunning views over the beach.


The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc’s Bistro & Rick Stein’s Cafe

Situated in Padstow, Rick Stein has an array of famous places to eat – The Seafood Restaurant, St Petroc’s Bistro, The Cafe. At the end of the harbour he also has his fish and chips restaurant and take away, a deli and his amazing cookery school.


Paul Ainsworth at Number 6

Michelin starred Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 is also located in the heart of Padstow, a real fine dining experience. Paul has a superb Italian restaurant in Padstow –  Rojano’s in the Square.


Restaurant Nathan Outlaw & Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen

Located in Port Isaac you have the two Michelin star Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, a very memorable dining experience, as well as Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen. Nathan also has The Mariners which is in Rock, all three are a must whilst you are in Cornwall!