About this property
Set in National Trust land, this 15th-century manor house is ideal for walkers, pony trekking, surfing or exploring caves.. Ground Floor:
Kitchen: With gas oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and oak beams.
Dining room: With beams.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and an en-suite with shower and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With bunk bed.
Living room: With Freeview TV and DVD player.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds and an en-suite with bath and toilet.
Bedroom 4: With double bed and an en-suite with shower, toilet and balcony.
Bedroom 5: With double bed.
Bedroom 6: With double bed.
Bedroom 7: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath and toilet.
Separate toilet: With toilet.. Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Two travel cots available on request. Enclosed garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture and BBQ. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking.. This 15th-century manor house, with its own pretty garden, has tremendous character, a friendly atmosphere and is extremely well furnished. The spacious beamed sitting room is set on the first floor to take full advantage of the wonderful coastal views. Attached to Manor Cottage (GAX) but completely self-contained, it enjoys a picturesque setting on the green, in the peaceful Cornish hamlet of West Pentire – only 300 yards down a cliff path from acres of clean golden sand (see Manor Cottage GAX). Children and adults alike can sample the delights of rock pool fishing, exploring caves or surfing. By hiring a pony, it is possible to ride cross-country to the beaches of Porth Joke and Holywell, without the need to cross any roads.
Set in the heart of National Trust land, the property is surrounded by magnificent walking country, and is an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall’s splendid countryside and unique history as well as its magnificent coastline. The immediate area is renowned for its superb sandy surfing beaches, punctuated by craggy headlands. Perranporth (named after the patron saint of tin miners) is 10 miles to the south, famous for its drifting sands which have twice buried the church. Lifeguards patrol the wide sandy beach in summer, and surf boards and wet suits can be hired by the day. Further along is St Agnes with its superb coastal views, while to the south lies Truro, the unofficial capital of Cornwall, offering good shops and restaurants, a splendid cathedral and The Royal Cornwall Museum with extensive displays of the county.
The historic and family friendly Bowgie Inn is adjacent and offers a wide selection of food as well as local beers and ciders, and sports fans can enjoy Sky coverage. A general store (open in season) can be found nearby, and Crantock village and its shops are only 1 mile away. The lively resort of Newquay, with its cliffs honeycombed by numerous caves, is 5 miles across the estuary to the north. Public swimming pool with slides at Hendra Caravan Club about 10 minutes’ drive. Shops 1 mile.