The sitting-area is very comfortable and as you can see the view is right there through the French doors.
Praxis is right in the heart of Trebarwith Strand.
The view is amazing and at low tide the beach stretches for a mile.
The coastline is quite stunning and you may well catch your breath as you drive down into the valley.
In this image you can see the little balcony where viewing the comings and goings of Trebarwith will be great fun.
The dining-area will offer you a front row seat to watch the people on the beach.
Charming touches throughout.
The Fort William is just up the road and ideal for an early sundowner.
The view is fantastic and in the evening the beach and hamlet will be yours to enjoy.
The French doors lead out to the patio where you will have a seagull's view of the beach.
The bedroom boasts a lovely brass bed.
The brass bed is in-keeping with the style of the cottage.
The bespoke kitchen is small but perfectly functional.
A view from the kitchen-area towards the sitting-area.
Trebarwith Strand.
The charming fishing village of Port Isaac is not too far away to visit.
The north coast of Cornwall is famous for its spectacular sunsets.

Praxis

2854

4.4 miles SW of Boscastle / Sleeps 2 (no children under 12)

7 Nights from £532 - £1329

Trebarwith Strand on the shores of north Cornwall is renowned for surfing, rock pools and when the Atlantic retreats the shore, a mile long sandy beach. With superb views over the beach, Praxis hangs over the village where you can view the comings and goings of a seaside hamlet. Formerly an artist’s studio, Praxis has been eclectically furnished and has an open plan living-room complete with a wood-burner. The dining-area looks out towards the sea and the beautiful bedroom is the perfect backdrop for relaxing. French doors lead out to a balcony where endless hours will be spent, taking in the sea air and enjoying the view out towards the Atlantic and Gull Rock.

The spectacular coastline is stunning and walking the coastline is a must. Tintagel is just around the corner, which is steeped in history with the legends of King Arthur, and further afield Padstow, Rock and Polzeath are only a short drive away. However, as Praxis is the ideal bolthole why would you want to wander when you can just sit and enjoy the sea view and watch the wanderings of others?


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Electric 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge and washing machine

Bedroom with double bed

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


There are five steps from the parking-area to the property.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Telephone with honesty-box (At cost)
  • No smoking
  • Pub 100 yds
  • Patio furniture
  • Full electric CH and 2 NS heaters
  • Logs for wood-burner