|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
A self-catering apartment equipped to 3 star standard, with sea views, sleeping four. Situated on the spectacular North Coast of Cornwall with the nearby beach of Constantine Bay only 100m walk. The beach is famous for its beauty and family friendly nature. Trevose Golf Club, and the local shop, are a ten minute walk away. Many other local features to visit including Padstow, Eden Project and the Camel Trail.
The recently refurbished, apartment consists of the master bedroom with double bed. Bedroom two has a single bed and bunk beds. The living area is open plan also with modern lighting and decor. The bathroom has a bath and shower over together with a wetsuit hanging rail and heated towel rack. Inside the small utility room is a washing machine and tumble dryer. The kitchen has a cooker, microwave and new ceramic hob.
An ideally located apartment suitable for couples or families looking for a relaxing or active holiday. We look forward to hearing from you.
Golf: The apartment is within walking distance of the championship course of Trevose Golf Club, although most people do prefer to drive and park at the club house or the designated parking for the 9 hole course.There are also other golf clubs in the area such as Merlin and Llanhydrock.
Surfing: Constantine Bay has its own surf school on the beach run by the son of the owner of the local surf shop. In addition to this are the Harlyn Surf school and other visiting surf schools. A great way to learn to surf because tuition can be tailored to suit individual requirements.
Thanks Caroline and Keith for a great holiday. You were able to answer all our questions about the property and area before we booked in a friendly and knowledgeable manner.
When we arrived at the property we found the location was perfect for us – so close to the beach and yet a short drive away from so many different activities. Our only problem was choosing what to do first! We really enjoyed Prideaux Place and the children kept choosing the beach.
The apartment was clean, smart and comfortable. The road outside is deserted of traffic once everyone has gone home for tea so we slept really well. We especially appreciated the use of the telephone as the mobile signal is distinctly “iffy” in Cornwall.
We loved it so much we are going back next year!
Nice little apartment; everything as described in the listing. Well-equipped kitchen; roomy bathroom. The apartment building is located just a 2-minute-walk from the totally beautiful beach -- perfect! Our teenage kids took surf lessons in Constantine Bay and in Harlyn Bay (with Windy from Waves Surf School). We liked walking along the South West Coast Path -- lots of gorgeous views on coast and sea. If you like to be where it is less crowdy, then Constantine Bay is wonderful (the only "minus": the very narrow roads everywhere, but that's typical for Cornwall, not esp. for Constantine Bay). On the whole, definitely recommendable.
The location of this flat is brilliant - it's about 3 minutes walk to Constantine beach, and then you have the choice of two more bay's from there - Treyarnnon to your left or Booby's to your right, both only another 5 minutes away. There is a small village shop and surf store at the top of the road and the Treglos Hotel about 5 minute's walk away has a really good restaurant. The nearest pub is a 25 minute walk away along the road, though not too bad given the low level of traffic. Padstow is 15 minutes by car.
The accommodation is simple, but it suited myself and my girlfriend really well. There were all the conveniences expected (bar a freezer compartment in the fridge), but I think a family with any more than one child would struggle with the space.
The walls are a little thin, and we could hear people walking around above, but this wasn't too bad and didn't spoil our enjoyment.
Overall, if you want to get away to somewhere with a quiet location and proximity to beaches is important, you won't go too far wrong.
We stayed at the accommodation during August 2008. The only positive thing would be the location, being very close to the beach, which is outstanding. Unfortunately, it rained during the entire week, putting a slight dampener on everything!
The accommodation was clean, but not 3* accommodation, we battled with continual condensation (we had to wipe the windows down every morning) we thought the bedding and furniture were bought on the cheap and the double bed was the size of a postage stamp, we didn't get a full night's sleep once. Added to this was the constant noise from above us, as both the floors and walls are paper thin.
Be warned, you are paying alot for the location here, certainly not the home comforts!
If all day surfing and sleepless nights are your thing, then this one's for you!
Die Wohnung ist sehr sauber und alles was man benötigt ist vorhanden. Wir haben uns wohl gefühlt.
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My Standard Rate
Changeover Day: Thursday
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£600|
£600 heque as security deposit required. Cheque will be returned no later than 2 weeks after holiday. Electricity is paid for by a coin meter in the property. Please take £1 coins for this purpose.
If paying by credit card a charge of 2.5% of the total cost of the holiday will be applied.
Ideally placed between Padstow and Newquay, the apartment is located in Constantine Bay, a quiet, small village. Within the village are an excellent general stores and surf shop together with Trevose Golf Club and the Treglos Hotel for that special night out. Constantine Bay is one of the 'Seven Bays for seven days' - four of which are within walking distance of the apartment. Nearby St Merryn (two miles) has pubs and take-aways. There is walking along the coastal path, cycling along the Camel Trail and horse riding all within a 15 min drive. Padstow is a 15 min drive and has a ferry to take you to Rock and Polzeath. Numerous gardens are accessible within an hours, or less, drive including Llanhydrock House and the Eden Project. There are lots of houses to visit owned privately or by the National Trust, such as Prideaux Place in Padstow.The area is very popular with surfers and has many beaches of different character to visit. Tintagle, Boscastle and Port Issac are also worth a visit.