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PADSTOW charming cottage estuary views. Slps4 United Kingdom


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Spindrift is perfectly situated just ten minutes walk from Padstow’s shops, restaurants, coffee bars and inns with The Camel Trail just five minutes walking distance away.

In a quiet location within a select development of cottage style properties designed so that two are very rarely exactly the same.

Spindrift is a spacious, light and airy cottage style property for four people with one double and one twin bedroom.

The house and garden have been totally refurbished for 2008 to provide the very best in holiday cottage accommodation.

Refurbishment includes new high specification kitchen and appliances. The house has new carpets, tiling and decoration throughout, central heating and a spacious south facing decked garden with wonderful countryside views.

The pastel colour scheme gives a contemporary seaside atmosphere.

The sitting room is furnished for complete comfort and enjoyment with leather sofa and chaise longue, down lighters, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD player, radio, and surround sound.

The dining area has a large table and two benches. Double French doors open directly onto the fantastic newly decked terrace with a garden table, three benches and two steamer chairs.

Next to the dining area is the high specification spacious kitchen, excellently equipped with gas hob and electric cooker, extractor hood, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, toaster, kettle, down lighters, ceramic tiled floor, iron and ironing board.

The double bedroom is beautifully decorated with double bed, two side tables, chest of drawers and built in wardrobe and has panoramic views to the Camel Estuary and countryside.

The twin room is furnished with side table and built in wardrobe and has an attractive storage area.

The bathroom has w.c., wash hand basin, shower cubicle, heated towel rail and ceramic tiled floor.

Off street parking is available to the front of Spindrift within ten metres of the property.

Shopping is available at Tesco within a few minutes walk of Spindrift.

Freshly pressed bed linen (beds will be made ready for your arrival) and towels (one bath towel and one hand towel per person, one hand towel and bath mat in bathroom, one hand and two teacloths in kitchen) are included. For rental periods of 2 weeks and more a weekly change of linen and towels is provided.

Local Area Details

Padstow on the Camel Estuary in North Cornwall is a unique unspoilt working fishing port It has a magical atmosphere that draws people back here year after year Surrounded by spectacular seascapes and countryside the location provides the visitor with a host of activities including water sports especially surfing speed boat trips the Jubilee Queens Puffin Island trip and cycling on the Camel Trail Prideaux Place the National Lobster Hatchery the small museum and tiny cinema are also not to be missed For those looking for relaxation the golden sands of St Georges Well Tregirls Cove and Hawkers Cove are within easy walking distance Hop on the ferry across to Rock on the other side of the estuary here Daymer Bay and the church of St Enodoc the burial place of Sir John Betjeman can be visited The town has a beautiful harbour surrounded by restaurants shops and inns which cater for all tastes and budgets Beyond the harbour you will find a quieter atmosphere in the narrow streets filled with colour washed cottages and houses Padstow is famous for its Obby Oss Festival which takes place on 1st May each year celebrating the coming of Summer throughout which open air concerts are performed on the bandstand next to the harbour Because of its sheltered position and mild climate Padstow has become an all year round resort Christmas is made extra special when in early December the town and harbour lights are switched on accompanied by carol singers bands and mulled wine

Additional Information

About Beaches
Padstow is a picturesque harbour town on the western banks of the Camel Estuary. To the north of the town and accessible by the coast path is a super stretch of sand from St Georges Cove to Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove. The walk from Padstow to St Georges Cove takes about 20 minutes. There are great views across the estuary Directions:Padstow is approximately 8 miles from Wadebridge and 16 miles from Bodmin. Approach Wadebridge on the A389 (from Bodmin) or the A39. At Wadebridge continue on the A39 for Newquay and then turn right on the A389 for Padstow. Continue on the A389 until Padstow Parking:There is plenty of parking in Padstow Toilets:Toilets in Padstow Facilities:Shops, cafe's in Padstow Activities:Boat trips from Padstow Safety:No details available Dogs:Dogs are banned at St Georges Cove from Easter Day to October 1. Dogs are allowed at Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove A super family beach with a large expanse of sand and excellent surfing. There is also a small cove at the north of Polzeath beach called Pentireglaze Haven. At Polzeath there is level access to the beach by the beach car park. At New Polzeath there are steps down to the beach Directions:Polzeath is approximately 7 miles from Wadebridge and 14 miles from Bodmin. Approach Wadebridge on the A389 (from Bodmin) or the A39. At Wadebridge take the B3314 and proceed on the B3314 until there is a right bend to Port Isaac. At this bend turn left and continue on this road which forks to either Polzeath or New Polzeath Parking:1 large field car park above the cliffs, 1 small car park on the beach and 1 small car park close to the beach. 1 car park at New Polzeath Toilets:Yes Facilities:Shops, cafe's Activities:Surfing Safety:Lifeguards in summer Dogs:Dogs are banned on the beach from Easter Day to October 1 HARLYN BAY One of the best family beaches in Cornwall, Harlyn Bay is a wide and spacious beach popular with families and surfers. There are several access points to the beach. The coast path can be walked to Mother Iveys Bay and Trevose Head. Note that part of the coast path is on the beach, so this route may be impassable at high tide Directions:Harlyn Bay is approximately 10 miles from Wadebridge. Take the A39 west from Wadebridge or the A39 from the Indian Queens roundabout (on the A30). About 3 miles west of Wadebridge, turn onto the A389 for Padstow. Shortly before Padstow turn left onto the B3276. Keep on the B3276 until a right turning for Harlyn Bay Parking:1 large car park (extended into a field on busy days) Toilets:Yes Facilities:Shop Activities:Surfing Safety:Lifeguards in summer Dogs:Dogs allowed All Year A wide sandy beach with many rock pools and popular with surfers. Park at Treyarnon Bay or Constantine Bay and walk the coast path to Boobys Bay. There is limited parking at Constantine Bay, so Treyarnon is a better option. Access to the beach is by climbing down from the coast path or walking along the beach at low tide Directions:Boobys Bay is approximately 11 miles from Newquay. At Newquay follow the directions for Padstow onto the B3276. Follow the B3276 past Watergate Bay through Mawgan Porth and then Porthcothan. Immediately after Porthothan turn left onto a minor lane. On this road take the second left and then turn left again for Treyarnon Bay. Park at Treyarnon Bay and walk the coast path to Constantine Bay and Boobys Bay. An alternative route is to drive from Wadebridge to Padstow on the A39 & A389 and pick up the B3276 at Padstow. Shortly after St Merryn, turn right for Constantine Bay or take the next right for Treyarnon Bay Parking:No parking at Boobys Bay. 1 large car park at Treyarnon Bay and 1 small car park at Constantine Bay Toilets:At Constantine Bay Facilities:None Activities:Surfing Safety:Lifeguards in summer Dogs:Dogs allowed all year Bedrruthan Steps A large sandy beach dwarfed by spectacular rock outcrops. Note that swimming is dangerous and access to the beach is unsuitable for wheel chairs and push chairs Directions:Bedruthan Steps is approximately 8 miles from Newquay. Approach Newquay from the A30 and turn onto the A39 at the Indian Queens roundabout. Proceed on the A39 and continue on the A39 across the 1st roundabout and at the 2nd roundabout turn left onto the A3059 for Newquay. At Newquay follow the directions for Padstow onto the B3276. Follow the B3276 past Watergate Bay through Mawgan Porth and about a mile after Mawgan Porth turn left for the Bedruthan Steps car park. There are shorter routes avoiding Newquay. Consult an OS map Parking:1 small NT car park Toilets:Yes Facilities:Cafe Activities:None Safety:Not suitable for swimming due to strong currents. The steps down to the beach are very steep and not suitable for wheel chairs or push chairs. Note that the steps down are closed in winter opening again on 1st March. There is a risk of becoming stranded at high tide. Dogs:Dogs allowed all year TREYARNON BAY An excellent family beach with lots of sand and rock pools. There is a slip way to the beach Directions:Treyarnon Bay is approximately 11 miles from Newquay. At Newquay follow the directions for Padstow onto the B3276. Follow the B3276 past Watergate Bay through Mawgan Porth and then through Porthcothan. Immediately after Porthcothan turn left onto a minor lane. On this road turn right and then turn left and then follow this road to the car park. An alternative route is to drive from Wadebridge to Padstow on the A39 & A389 and pick up the B3276 at Padstow. From this direction there is a turning on the B3276 to Treyarnon just after St Merryn Parking:1 car park (can get full on busy days) Toilets:Yes Facilities:Beach shop Activities:Surfing Safety:Lifeguards in summer. Signs warn of strong undercurrents and large breaking waves Dogs:Dogs allowed all year A long sandy beach on the east side of the Camel Estuary. At low tide the beach stretches from Porthilly Cove north to Daymer Bay. There are extensive sand dunes. There is a passenger ferry between Rock and Padstow on the opposite side of the Estuary Directions:Rock is approximately 6 miles from Wadebridge and 13 miles from Bodmin. Approach Wadebridge on the A389 (from Bodmin) or the A39. At Wadebridge take the B3314 and proceed on the B3314 following the road to St Minver. Shortly before St Minver turn left on the road to Rock Parking:1 car park, also some road parking Toilets:Yes, by the car park Facilities:Cafe, beach shop Activities:Boating Safety:No details available Dogs:Dogs allowed all year TREVONE BAY Pleasant sandy bay popular with families. There is a small slope to the beach (and steps from one of the car parks). To the west of the main beach there is also a rocky beach with tidal pool. There is excellent scenery and good coastal walks to Trevose Head Directions:Trevone Bay is approximately 9 miles from Wadebridge. Take the A39 west from Wadebridge or the A39 from the Indian Queens roundabout (on the A30). About 3 miles west of Wadebridge, turn onto the A389 for Padstow. Shortly before Padstow turn left onto the B3276. Keep on the B3276 until a right turning for Trevone Bay Parking:2 car parks by the beach Toilets:Yes Facilities:None Activities:Surfing Safety:Lifeguards in summer Dogs:Dogs are banned on the beach from Easter Day to October 1
About Local Restaurants
If you are looking for Padstow restaurants, Cornwall somewhere for eating out, you have found the right place. Padstow has an outstanding choice of very good restaurants including Rick Stein's Seafood restaurant, bistro, cafe and fish and chip shop. Come for a gourmet weekend! The Seafood Restaurant Since opening twenty five years ago Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant has established national reputation for imaginative cooking of the freshest fish available.
About Walking
The Camel Trail The Camel Trail is Cornwall’s premier cycling route, it runs along the old Padstow to Bodmin railway line. The trail is 17 miles long but the most popular section is the Padstow to Wadebridge section which follows the edge of the spectacular Camel Estuary. Cycles can be hired locally from Padstow Cycle Hire situated 100 yards from the start of the trail. Padstow is a picturesque harbour town on the western banks of the Camel Estuary. To the north of the town and accessible by the coast path is a super stretch of sand from St Georges Cove to Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove. The walk from Padstow to St Georges Cove takes about 20 minutes. There are great views across the estuary.
About History
Obby Oss Festival The Obby Oss Festival takes place on the 1st of May each year when Padstow celebrates the coming of summer. The first greenery of the year; blue bells and hazel twigs are used to decorate the town. The procession of the Oss, teasers, singers, dancers and musicians playing a hypnotic tune, parade through the narrow streets. The dance’s origins are believed to be pagan and it is one of the oldest remaining customs in England. The whole town comes alive with drums and a party atmosphere which lasts from dawn until dusk. Prideaux Place An Elizabethan House within extensive grounds, which include a deer park, Prideaux Place has been the home of the Prideaux family for approximately 400 years. It has been used as an international film location. The house is filled with treasures, including royal and family portraits, fine furniture and the Prideaux Porcelain Collection. The house has something for everyone from ghost stories to England’s oldest cast iron cannon, a house with a living history and a treasure trove of Cornish Life. National Lobster Hatchery, Padstow On the North Quay is The National Lobster Hatchery, a conservation project to assist lobster stocks around our coastline. Videos, interactive displays and a viewing area overlooking the brood stock tanks larval development and juvenile on growing areas are included in the visitor facility. Padstow Cinedrome The Cinedrome was first opened in 1919 as a music hall and theatre. In 1924 it was converted into a cinema to show silent movies with an accompanying piano. During the last few years the cinema has been completely renovated and was renamed “The Cinedrome” in 1997 after 25 years of being called “The Capitol”. It now has full Dolby Digital Stereo sound, a new enlarged screen and 153 new luxury seats. Open during school holidays and the summer season showing the latest cinema releases.
About Shopping
There are many lovely shops in Padstow and friendly service on offer. Individual clothes shops, arty shops, fudge shops and many cafes all situated around the picturesque harbour. It’s during December that Padstow is at its most magical, with its festive fair bringing sparkling Christmas lights to the tranquil harbour. Visitors can experience a traditional Christmas market in the idyllic seaside town on Cornwall’s North coast, over a long weekend during the 4th, 5th and 6th of December 2009. After the resounding success of its first year, Padstow’s Christmas Festival is back, promising an array of seasonal treats with Christmas lights and decorations, fireworks, seasonal food, festive cookery demonstrations and late night shopping. This year’s Christmas market boasts stalls laden with Cornish goodies and at the heart of this years festival will be an outdoor ice rink for all to enjoy. The ice rink is a new addition for 2009 and will be open all day Saturday and Sunday offering a great way to make the most of a winter’s day. The harbour side will play host to the 3,000 sq ft ice rink and after a session on the ice, visitors will be able to warm up with a hot chocolate and a mince pie in one of Padstow’s many cafés or bistros. The festival’s food and drink stands will be celebrating all things Cornish; expect wine tastings, seasonal food, mulled wine and festive cookery demonstrations. Sample the best of Cornwall’s produce from the town’s local suppliers or enjoy a celebratory meal in one of Padstow’s renowned restaurants or traditional British pubs. Many of the town’s eateries will be running special offers throughout the event, including The Basement – a café built within ‘The Drang’, a small shopping area on the Quay – which will be offering a three course evening menu for £22, as well as lunches for under £10, throughout the festival. The town’s most well known chef, Rick Stein, will also be attending the festival, signing copies of his latest book, Far Eastern Odyssey, for visitors at Stein’s Deli. The Seafood Restaurant will be offering a three course lunch menu for £28.50, St Petroc’s Bistro will offer a three course lunch menu for £17.50 and there will also be a seasonal cookery demonstration at Padstow Seafood School on the evening of Friday 4th December. With scenic estuary views, an appearance by Father Christmas, carols around the Christmas tree and live music, visitors can soak up the party atmosphere whilst escaping the hustle and bustle of city life. Guests can explore Padstow’s boutique retailers after hours for artisan jewellery, crafts, fashion and homewares for that perfect Christmas gift. The celebration will finally culminate with a special Christmas service and carols at the historic St Petroc’s church in the old town on Sunday 6th.
About Ferries
Catch the Ferry to Rock On the opposite side of the Camel Estuary is Rock. A sailors delight with beautiful bays and beaches. A foot ferry 'Black Rock' operates throughout the day from the Quay to the Rock Pontoon. Boat Trips from Padstow High speed boat trips are available from harbour out into the Camel Estuary. A lovely way to see the coastline is on The Jubilee Queen. It takes you to Puffin Island where if the season is right you will see hundreds of birds and maybe harmless basking sharks. Various fishing trips such as mackerel and shark are also available daily leaving from the main harbour

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PADSTOW charming cottage estuary views. Slps4 United Kingdom Property Information

Type:Cottage
Location:Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
This Property Sleeps:4
Minimum Price Per Week:£295 (Currency Converter)
Maximum Price Per Week:£895
Nearest Airport:Newquay (airport code NQY).
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Notes
Payment A deposit of 150 per week is required at the time of booking then the remainder is due 8 weeks prior to the Start Date of your holiday Short breaks also require 150 deposit If your booking is made less than 8 weeks before the Start Date full payment is required at the time of booking Confirmation After booking our Cottage you will receive email confirmation of your booking You will need this as it contains your Booking Reference and instructions for paying your balance Short breaks are available dependant on the season Please enquire Changeover day is Friday Our Cottage does not accept pets Payment options cheque credit card debit card Spindrift is available all year 3 or 4 night stays available out of main season Friday changeover in main season Local managing agent to deal with any queries during your stay Reservation enquiries Sheila Yelland 020 8979 2508 07801 61 61 86 sheilahavenonearthcouk

Property Features

* Close to a golf course
* Close to a Beach
* Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

BathroomShower Rooms 1
BedroomDoubles 1, Twins 1
Heat/CoolingCentral Heating
DiningDining room table, Seating for 6 People
EntertainmentSatellite or Cable, Hi Fi, TV, DVD Player, Radio
KitchenCrockery & Cutlery Provided, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Hob, Oven, Freezer, Fridge, Microwave, Separate dining area, Grill, Toaster
LaundryLaundry Service Provided, Washing Machine Provided, Linen Provided, Towels Provided, Clothes Dryer, Iron, Ironing Board
Living RoomSeating for 6 People, Sofas 2, Armchairs 1
Local ActivitiesCycling, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Sailing, Tennis, Swimming, Walking, Windsurfing, Surfing, Snorkelling, Water Sports
Local AreaQuiet Bars and Pubs, Distance to Local Town Centre 500m, The local town is Lively but not wild
LocationBy the sea, Distance to beach 1km, Distance to convenience store 500m, Distance to local restaraunts 500m, In a Town, Distance to Airport 5-10km, In the Country
OutsidePatio, Parking, Terrace, Garden, Outside Tap
SuitabilityNo Pets, Children Welcome, Non Smoking Only
AccommodationAccommodation Type: Self Catering, Size: Compact, Changeover Day Fri
ThemeQuiet yet close to local activity

Contact Information for PADSTOW charming cottage estuary views. Slps4 United Kingdom

Name: Sheila Yelland
Telephone: +44 20 8941 1700-894
Alt Telephone: +44780-161618-6
Fax: +44 20 8941 5445-894

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