A stay in Portreath, a small harbour village nestled between the cliffs on the North coast of Cornwall with long sandy beach and rolling waves, offers something for even the most jaded of travellers, who can pick themselves up after a long day in the local beach bar just minutes from this well positioned holiday accommodation. The holiday home, suitable for a family or group of 5, is situated directly on the beach and just a stones throw away from the waters edge.
Portreath grew steadily due to a prosperous mining history over several hundred years, but the local people suffered a dramatic economic fallout as the coal mining industry collapsed in the 1900s, but has now grown into a thriving tourist resort, packed with local bars and cafes. The nearby National Trust coast path provides some breathtaking scenery along the spectacular cliffs of North Cornwall. Inland, the wooded and parkland walks are carpeted with wild flowers and provide a twitcher’s delight in the attempt to spot a rarely seen bird species.
Fishing, Surfing, Wind surfing
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Suitable for children - Yes
Suitable for elderly - Yes
Smoking - Yes, but only outside
Pets allowed - No
Wheelchair access - No