|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
SHORT BREAKS AVAILABLE. A very spacious stunning new modern house with incredible views, overlooking Whitsand Bay and Seaton Beach. This very private house sits in 32 acres of fields and planted vineyard. Electric gates lead to a drive.Parking area for 8 cars. This is the ideal home for family gatherings & celebrations. The house sleeps 13 with 3 doubles (2 ensuite) 2 single rooms, 1 twin room, 1 triple room (3 singles). 2 bathrooms & 2 ensuites plus cloakroom. The huge open plan family room & designer kitchen is decorated to a very high standard. Ground floor is underfloor heated & marble floored throughout., upstairs is central heated. There is a spacious dining room, a 2nd living room, utility room. The kitchen is extremely well equipped with integrated coffee machine, etc. Full length bi fold doors lead to a huge decked area with outdoor heated swimming pool, BBQ/ outdoor dining & seating area. The family room has large flatscreen TV and digital player/ IPod player. Broadband provided. Dogs welcome
Popular Seaton beach with its beach cafe are close by. There are good restaurants and pubs in the area with the Blue Plate and the Inn on the Shore at Downderry being very popular.
There are stunning sandy beaches along the coastline making it an ideal location for water pursuits. Well established sailing clubs are located at St Germans and Torpoint.
The South West Way coastpath is within a short walk of the house, while the 18 hole golf course at the prestigious Whitsand Bay Hotel. and Looe golf club are a short drive.
Torpoint and Looe are the biggest towns nearby approx 15 mins by car. From Torpoint you can take a 15 minute car ferry to the historical town of Plymouth which has fabulous shops, award winning shopping centre, restaurants, the famous Theatre Royal which offers many of the London Shows on Tour. The highly acclaimed Aquarium which is the deepest in Europe. The Historical barbican where the 'pilgrim fathers' set off for America The Hoe a lovely parkland and huge promenade overlooking the sea where Sir Francis Drake while playing bowls left to fight the Spanish Armarda.
The twin villages of Kingsand/Cawsand and the delightful Mount Edgcumbe Country Park are a short drive away. Seaton is ideally situated to explore South East Cornwall and beyond: along this spectacular coastline you will find unchanged villages, a large selection of beaches and activites for all ages.
Nice house with plenty of room both inside and outside, all the family loved our holiday. The house is very well equipped with everything you need and is within easy reach of many nice places. The younger ones loved the pool, a bit cool for us older ones. Just one small thing the bathroom on the top floor could do with a shower screen.
The Vineyard is a beautiful secluded property on a quiet road, set in 32 acres of beautiful fields and with a large vineyard.
We were blessed with good weather for most of our visit, and with 11 people, we got good use of the pool and outdoor areas as well as the communal space inside. We did not feel at all crowded, there was plenty of space.
As with many vacation/holiday rentals there were some little issues, but Adrian(?) the owner was attentive and concerned about our enjoyment and took care of them to the extent he was able.
The owner was helpful in suggesting hikes - some of us did the Lancellos - Fowey hike (beautiful, thanks for the recommendation!), as well as the coastal path hike from Looe back to the house.
The house was clean (although we found someone's bunny under one of the beds). Well appointed with appliances (coffee machine took a bit of figuring out, but was a hit with the coffee fiends amongst us!). New washing machine was delivered on our first night (invaluable!). We appreciated the pool towels, but could have used some tea-towels in the kitchen. Plenty of plates, and dishes.
The Vineyard is walking distance to Seaton - about 20 minutes down hill - an easy walk to the beach or pub. We had a horrible experience at Waves Bar (don't even bother, probably OK for cocktails), but the food truck beside the The Smuggler's Pub is FABULOUS !!! The walk back up-hill to the house is steep, but do-able.
There is an amazing hidden gem of a restaurant about a 7 mins drive - Blue Plate in Downderry - one of the best meals I've ever had. (Ask for Sam.)
Overall, we loved the property and wanted for very little during our stay. Spectacular views. FYI - Tesco's will deliver to the house (even though they got lost) ... nearest Tesco is 40 mins away, although there is a small Coop in Looe.
- You own an amazing vineyard, leave a couple bottles for guests, they might buy more to enjoy at home
- Assorted toiletries: perhaps some basic necessities (shampoo, shower gel, hair-dryer, coffee, tissues, bottled water, rubbish bags, etc). We did appreciate the mini-soap bars though!
- More mirrors please
- Fix/replace bi-fold doors, we shouldn't have to worry about opening them
- Don't make your guests organize and get rid of their own recycling.
- Provide other linens for warmer days
- A couple of pool sun beds would be great
- Beds were very hard
- Security light was annoying at night
A lovely large property boasting fantastic views (when the cloud is out). Big enough for larger groups with bathrooms for everyone, spaces to have quiet time, a modern kitchen with lots of equipment to use, cups, plates, glasses etc. Swimming pool was nice and warm (not as big as we expected) but big enough, not too deep either which is good for little ones. Property was nice and clean, owner was very helpful when we needed him. You do need a car to get out and about, the monkey sanctuary is up the road (it is quite small, not a day out, more a couple of hours), you can walk to the beach but uphill on your return, some hilly walks which have more stunning views. Looe is not too far away and definitely worth a visit, lots of places to pop to. Owner was good enough to let us take our family dog, a great stay.
had a brilliant week in the vineyard the location was perfect for us, lovely walks and beaches where nice and close and even a little pub at the bottom of the hill, we travelled down from north wales which took 5 hours but was well worth the drive the house is massive with a gorgeous heated swimming pool which we used everyday come rain or shine!! would defiantly visit the vineyard again it was so much fun! and would recommend it to anyone!
thanks you for letting us stay harriet xx
We had a wonderful stay at The Vineyard, everything we could have possibly asked for and much more.
The whole booking process and contact since has been very easy and so friendly.
Would highly recommend to anybody
Everything in the house matches the description and pictures given on the site.
The thirteen sleeping places were occupied by children, parents and grand-parents, ages ranging from 10 to 74 (no baby). And not once did the house feel crowded!
The rooms are well organized and furnished.
Gorgeous environment. Walkings and sight-seeings easily achieved: we've been to the west, to the south, to the north, but not in the see (too cold at this time of the year...
We will need to go back to try the swimming pool! ;o))
Stunning Coastline location with fabulous Sea and rural views. Surrounded in 32 acres of fields, meadow, fields and Vineyard all for your private use. There are many bridleways and country lanes for long or short walks. Set near Seaton beach with its excellent beach cafe, Seaton nature reserve,The Monkey Sanctuary and the holiday resort of Looe can be easily reached by the coast path . There are good restaurants and pubs in the area with the Blue Plate and the Inn on the Shore at Downderry being very popular,
There are many stunning sandy beaches along the Whitsand Bay coastline making it an ideal location for family holidays and water pursuits. Well established sailing clubs are located at St Germans and Torpoint.
The South West Way coastpath is within a short walk of the house, while the 18 hole golf course with fanatastic sea views at the prestigious Whitsand Bay Hotel. and Looe golf club are a short drive.. St Mellion international Golf club is 30 minutes drive away.
Torpoint and Looe are the biggest towns nearby approx 15 mins by car. From Torpoint you can take a 15 minute car ferry to the historical town of Plymouth with its historical Barbican where the Pilgrim fathers set off for America in the Mayflower and The Hoe a lovely space off the coast full of things to do. There are fabulous shops, award winning shopping centre, restaurants, the famous Theatre Royal which offers many of the London Shows on Tour. The highly acclaimed Aquarium which is the deepest in Europe. The Royal William Yard is a great place to go to eat from Le Pierres to Wagamamas or go for a wine tasting at Le Vignoble.
Staying in cornwall its a short trip to t he twin villages of Kingsand/Cawsand and the delightful Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. Seaton is ideally situated to explore South East Cornwall and beyond: along this spectacular coastline you will find villages, a large selection of beaches and activites for all ages. The attractions of mid Cornwall are less than an hours drive, Whilst Plymouth can be reached in 30 minutes over the Tamar Bridge, or take the Torpoint Ferry.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£300|
The rental rates are for parties of ten people. A supplement of £80 per head per week will be applied to additional staying over that number. This does not apply to children in cots.
Rates include all linen and house towels and utilities.
Upto 2 dogs are welcome at no charge.
Babies in cots are welcome at no charge.
25% required to confirm a booking. The remaining amount plus a refundable £300 deposit to be paid 1 month prior to arrival