|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
2 bedroomed recently built bungalow with double bed in main bedroom and bunks in bedroom 2, Comfortable for 4 but with a double bed settee in the lounge allowing up to 6. Well-equipped kitchen with washing machine, microwave etc.
Lounge diner with bed settee.
Ideal for couples and families. (Single sex groups not permitted) High speed internet available with wi-fi.
Sorry, no pets allowed.
More details at gullscryholidays.co.uk
Both properties are situated in a fantastic position with sea/beach view, right on the North Coast Path and about 100 metres from beach. More information at http://gullscryholidays.co.uk/ including special offers
Located on Cornwall's North Coast between St Ives and Newquay at the 'quiet' end of the beach, known as 'Smugglers Cove', easily reached on a small road with private parking. The properties are up some steps from the car parking area.
The village is in easy walking distance providing Shops, Restaurants and 3 Pubs and Takeaways
Safe, sandy beach patrolled by lifeguards and also ideal for surfing. Surf lessons available in Portreath from West Cornwall Adventure Surfing. Experienced surfers will enjoy the challenge of the harbour wall
Central to many attractions in Cornwall with the main A30 road less than 4 miles away.
We have all thoroughly enjoyed our week at Gulls Cry. The bungalow is excellent with everything we neede and more. A superb location, the girls loved being so close to the beach and Portreath has been a great base from which we have explored Cornwall.
Pros: Great location, well equipped kitchen, good sky tv and wifi, good customer service
Cons: Narrow lane access, small lounge and bedrooms, tired, bedroom furniture falling to bit, old faded bedding, no pressure on small shower.
Not suitable for 5 adults. All in all needs a new upgrade to meet customer expectations
Very good nearby activities, can recommend the Portreath Arms and the Bassett Arms.
This was our third fantastic stay at Gulls Cry. This truly is a great destination for families as all you have to do is walk a few steps or so and you are on the beach. This year we had fabulous weather which meant we never had to venture far but to be honest you don't need to. The village has everything you need for a seaside holiday - beach, beach shop, bakery, Chinese takeaway, fish and chip shop, three pubs and a small supermarket (with a Tesco roughly 3 miles away in Redruth). For those who wish to explore you are never far from a new beach or the various attractions the area has to offer. We enjoyed visits to St Ives,Truro and The Eden Project.
The bungalow itself is well presented and has everything you need for your break. The owners are very friendly and always willing to help. We would recommend Gulls Cry to anyone and are looking forward to our 4th visit in August 2013.
The Elcock Family - Birmingham
A nice modern property with everything we needed for our break. The owners next door were friendly and helpful. You can on sunny days sit outside and eat alfresco enjoying the sea views. The property is very close to the beach so many hours were spent on the beach enjoying the surf. Having never body boarded before, with the loan of a couple of boards from the owners we were away. Exhilarating!! The proximity of the beach meant the children 9 and 6 could go down by themselves to explore which they found very exciting. It was reassuring that the beach had a Lifeguard on duty at peak times. We could also come back to the property to eat which saves those gritty sandwiches. Portreath itself is a small village there are a couple of public houses and we had a lovely Sunday roast at The Portreath Arms. The Crab Picker was also nice, the owners could not do enough for you very hospitable. The weather whilst not always favourable did not deter as there was lots to do, you are a short drive away from St Ives, St Agnes and Godrevy where we went seal spotting. Strongly recommended for your holiday, the children would have stayed on!!
This was a break away for me, my cousin and our three children who are 8, 9 and 15.The bungalow is so close to the beach we could pop back to make coffee or collect the lunch so we didn't have to worry about warm sandwiches. It was clean and modern inside with fantastic views of the beach and surrounding hills with everything that was needed and more. The owners took time to put DVD's in the property that fit the age of the children and were friendly pleasant people. We had fantastic weather and spent most time on the beach but it is well positioned to travel to other areas of cornwall on day trips and there is a good costal path for walkers/hikers. I would defiantly recommend this as a holiday destination.
It was a perfect stay in Portreath, the day starts to be perfect when you just look out of the kitchen window in the morning and you see the beach in front of you! The accomodation was clean and for three or four persons suficient. Thank you for beeing able spending the time at your place.
Portreath nestles in a valley between high cliffs with a secluded sandy beach which is ideal for the family.
The beach is clean and safe for children as well as providing good surfing for those who do not want to travel elsewhere. Surf lessons available in Portreath from West Cornwall Adventure Surfing. Experienced surfers will enjoy the challenge of the harbour wall
The village has a friendly atmosphere and caters for most needs of visitors whether holidaying in the area or touring whilst based in the village. The village has 3 pubs, with many more within a few miles.
It is within a 40-minute drive of the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Maritime Museum, many surf beaches, golf clubs.
For the holiday-maker who prefers to keep to the local area, there are many facilities to enjoy including the beautiful beach for swimming, surfing and windsurfing, fishing, the National Trust coastal footpath with unsurpassed, breathtaking scenery and inland wooded and parkland walks where wild flowers and many species of birds abound.