£425 - £1,080
Barrys Lane, Padstow
A beautiful, contemporary, character cottage tucked away in a quaint lane in the centre of the historic town of Padstow.
The perfect retreat in a perfect location, the cottage is nicely nestled away yet still only a minute’s walk to the harbour, it is beautifully presented with a warming atmosphere.
Laid over three floors, there is a twin room on the ground floor, double room and wet room on the first floor and an open plan living area with a lovely modern kitchen and views over the rooftops to the estuary on the second floor. The living area has a comfortable corner sofa, an armchair looking out over the view, dining table and chairs to seat four and a fully equipped kitchen.
The entrance hall has space to hang coats and store shoes, there is a washer dryer tucked under the stairs.
A twin room with a set of drawers in between the beds and a built in wardrobe with a rail, there is a pretty sash window seat and a small television.
A double room with a chest of drawers and built in wardrobe with rail, bedside tables, a window seat and a small television.
A modern wet room with shower, toilet and hand basin.
OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM
The contemporary fitted kitchen includes Smeg fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fully equipped with utensils, crockery and pans. The lounge area has a comfortable leather corner sofa with plenty of space for four people, television, there is also an extra chair by the window overlooking the rooftop view. The dining table has four chairs which tuck neatly under to leave space whilst relaxing in the lounge.
Linen and towels are included.
No pets permitted.
Wifi is available at the property.
A lively harbour town with a fantastic range of restaurants, bars, pubs and shops. Well known for the gourmet restaurants of famous chefs Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth, the town is home to several stylish places to eat and drink. The harbour offers a beautiful and ever changing scene, you can also walk to the stunning beaches along the Camel Estuary.
Beaches within a short drive:
Trevone Bay – 2 miles
Trevone is lucky enough to have not one but two beaches! A sandy beach, great for surfing and families, with a sheltered aspect tucked between the cliffs. And just around the cliff edge there is a rocky beach, perfect for exploring, you’ll not only find some great rock pools but a large natural pool perfect for a splash! Dogs are permitted out of season. Parking, beach cafe and toilets located at the top of the beach.
Harlyn Bay – 3 miles
A huge expanse of sand, Harlyn is a great day out with the family offering a brilliant surfing and watersports school. Dog friendly all year round. The Harlyn Inn is just over the road, seasonal burger van and car parking at the top of the beach and toilets just down the road.
Treyarnon Bay – 5 miles
Watch the most amazing sunset from Treyarnon Bay, a beautiful sandy beach offering great surfing and an array of rock pools and caves to explore. With a youth hostel at the top of the cliff to sit and have a bite to eat and a drink or a seasonal van for takeaway food and drinks. Car park and toilets, dog friendly all year round. Take a walk around the headland to Constantine Bay and soak up the scenery.
Constantine Bay – 4 miles
An excellent surfing beach, the bay has rock pools to the left and sand dunes to the right and gentle headland walks in either direction.
At low tide it connects with it’s sister beach, Booby’s Bay, giving a stretch of more than half a mile of golden sand. Toilets and a pop up coffee van available, a small amount of parking available by the beach and a larger car park within 100 yards. Dog friendly all year round.
Porthcothan Bay – 5 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.
Mawgan Porth – 7 miles
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.
Restaurants in the Area:
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 – 13 miles
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!
Fifteen – 9 miles
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.