Trehane is a spacious five bedroom house situated minutes walk from Polzeath beach with its vast expanse of sand ideal for surfing and swimming or playing about in the waves. The beach is life guarded during the summer months and theres surf lessons and board hire on the beach. The views of the sea are lovely from the balcony upstairs or sit in the large window on the ground floor and take in the sun. The house is located with National trust land and the coast path to one side and the busy beach, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to the other side. Pentire Point and the small bays are just a short walk or take a longer walk round to Lundy Bay, Epphaven, Port Quin and keep going to Port Isaac and reward yourself with a pint or cream tea. There are inland paths for the return journey which are much quicker or pick up the taxi at Port Isaac for your return trip. If you walk in the other direction across the beach and take the coast path, through Daymer Bay and along the beach to Rock, then take the ferry over to Padstow, there are some lovely beaches over there or follow the coast path.
A ten minute drive is Rock which is a haven for water sports (sailing, water skiing, fishing, rowing), bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. In the other direction is Port Isaac, well known for the Doc Martin series and film Saving Grace. Port Gaverne and Port Quin are both great for coasteering and kayaking which can be booked before you arrive.
There’s a wide choice of restaurants, among many others there’s The Dining Room, Rock, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein at Padstow or Jamie Oliver at Newquay to the many character village pubs serving local produce.