2 Glendorgal is situated within the grounds of the Glendorgal Hotel. With around 17 acres of private (and gated) headland, boasting the most fabulous views of the crashing Atlantic Ocean, this attractive property sits in a quiet cul de sac of purpose built holiday homes. Offering reverse level living to take advantage of the side view of Porth beach a short walk away, and beyond to Trevose Head in the distance.
This mid terraced house offers cosy and comfortable accommodation for up to seven guests (an extra child can be accommodated on a fold out bed in Bedroom 2).
On the first floor of this surprisingly spacious house is the light and airy open plan living area which is subtly furnished in soft greys and yellows. The dining-area has direct access to a private balcony where you can sit in the sun with your morning coffee and admire the view. The kitchen is compact, however equipped to a good standard, with all you may need to cook up something rather special.
Take the stairs down to the ground floor; here you will find three double bedrooms and family shower-room. Bedroom 1 (which also has a fabulous en suite shower-room) and Bedroom 2 both have patio doors leading onto an enclosed decked garden, where the family can all gather together to enjoy an al fresco dinner.
2 Glendorgal directly overlooks the gorgeous sheltered Porth Beach, and is within walking distance of Whipsiderry Bay, Tolcarne and Great Western beaches, as well of course Newquay's famous surfing beach, Fistral. A short drive or longer coastal path walk takes you to the beautiful Watergate Bay.
Further along the rugged north coast is the traditional Cornish fishing village of Padstow with its picturesque harbour and exquisite Rick Stein's seafood restaurant, which is well worth booking in advance as it gets extremely popular, especially in the summer months.
Steps to Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 'zip and link' (5'6'' double or 2'9'' twin) beds and small fold out bed (suitable for a child)
Bedroom 3 with double bed (4'6")
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Steps to Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and balcony. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Children to be accompanied by adults when walking down to the beach or along the open cliffs as the steps are steep in places and the cliffs are unfenced. Bedroom 2 has a foldout bed and can accommodate an extra child if required. Take care, there are sloping ceilings in the sitting-area. *Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Picnic table
- Full gas-fired CH
Views of Porth Beach to the side from the balcony.
The open plan living-area has sunlight flooding in, you can see glimpses of sea views towards Porth Beach to the side, from the sitting-room.
The balcony, which overlooks neighbouring houses, is a lovely spot to enjoy a morning coffee and has a view of the wonderful Porth beach in the distance.
Lunch is ready.
The master bedroom has patio doors leading out onto the decked outside area.
Plenty of comfy seating for the whole family.
The perfect spot to read a book!
The open plan dining-area is the perfect spot to reflect on the day's adventures over a glass or two of wine.
Although compact the kitchen is equipped fabulously.
The master bedroom has a fabulous en suite shower-room.
The en suite shower-room has a super enclosed shower.
Room 2 is a lovely twin or double which also has a pull out single bed, so could sleep three children.
Bedroom 2 has patio doors leading onto the decked area.
Bedroom 3 is a double and is light and bright.
The family shower-room, located on the ground floor is so light and bright.
The rear of 2 Glendorgal, showing the lovely top floor balcony, and patio doors which lead from the bedrooms onto the decked area. Perfect for an al fresco dinner.
2 Glendorgal is a two-storey house, in a small horseshoe of 15 properties, nestled above the beach. You can access the property either via a ramp or flight of steps. The parking bay is a short walk away from the property.
Glendorgal (seen top left) sits on its own private 17 acre headland beside Porth Beach.
Porth Island which sits on the other side of Porth Beach is an Iron Age Cliff Fort with ramparts still clearly visible.
Porth Island is accessible over a sturdy wooden bridge and the views beyond stretch past Watergate Bay to Trevose Head in the distance.
At half tide Porth Beach is accessible directly from Glendorgal down its own steps roughly hewn into the rocks - but care is needed.