Believed to be one of the oldest houses in Crantock, Langurra has been sympathetically restored, imaginatively designed and lovingly styled to become one of the most sought-after homes in this very popular village. The perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this gorgeous abode is located in the heart of Crantock, reached by a narrow bumpy lane, filled with birdsong in the air.
Langurra is the perfect base for families and couples to holiday in comfort and style. A contemporary semi-detached house, it has a fabulous fully equipped kitchen, large sunny conservatory, a utility-area and wet-room offering plenty of space downstairs. After long days out all the family can relax and enjoy time together in the cosy sitting-room, all warm and toasty thanks to the wood-burner. Upstairs, two of the 'cottage style' bedrooms have en suite shower-rooms and the 'oh so cute' single bedroom has the use of the family shower-room. Decorated and furnished throughout to a very high standard in restful coastal tones, Langurra truly is a real home-from-home.
Outside, the terrace is exceptionally sunny and ideal for al fresco dining, the lawn can be reached via granite steps, so if the weather is as hoped, adults and children alike will be able to barbecue after a busy day exploring this stunning area of Cornwall.
There is private parking at the top of the lane (turning around here is quite tricky).
Langurra can be booked for larger parties of seven during July and August, please see Summer Days at Langurra (4448).
There is so much to do in north Cornwall with the area literally bursting with a great choice of destinations and days out. A short drive away, the beaches of Perranporth, Watergate Bay and St Agnes are a must for surfers and paddlers alike. For those wishing to investigate Porth and Padstow, the choice of seaside shops, art galleries, tea-rooms and pubs is extensive. Although close to bustling Newquay with its surfing vibe and fabulous beaches, Crantock feels like a different Cornwall, a reminder of times lived at a slower pace. The village has narrow lanes and old stone cottages surrounded by beautiful gardens, a small village green and ancient pubs. The nearby beach is backed by dunes, with the wildlife-rich grasslands of Rushy Green rising up behind them. At the far end of the beach is the headland of Pentire Point West with lovely Polly Joke beach, completely unspoilt and popular in early summer before the beaches become too crowded.
After a busy day what a treat to return to the peace and tranquility of Langurra, the perfect backdrop for a wonderful holiday.
Sitting-room with TV and wood-burner
Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room 1 with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en suite Shower-room 2 with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')
Shower-room 3 with shower, WC and wash-basin
This typical Cornish character home has steep stairs and low beams; the garden is tiered so please take care. The spaces are standard parking spaces, and turning here is very tight, you may prefer to park in one of the car parks locally. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 175 yds
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full LPG-fired CH
Langurra is a beautiful house in an equally beautiful village, with two excellent pubs nearby.
The beautiful sitting-room complete with toasty wood-burner, one step leads through to the conservatory.
The lovely kitchen has a small dining-table if you fancy a more laid back lunch.
Langurra is a true home-from-home with all that you could possibly need.
The gorgeous conservatory is a fabulous place to enjoy breakfast, before starting your day.
There's lots of comfy seating!
The garden is lovely, and steps lead down from the terrace onto the lawn.
The view from the kitchen towards the conservatory.
Open up the doors and listen to the bird song.
Take a stroll along the coast path taking in the gorgeous scenery as you go.
This is the double bedroom, with lovely linens and a window seat to curl up on.
A glass of wine in the garden listening to the bird song is a perfect end to a lovely day.
The stylish en suite shower-room.
Another view of the double bedroom.
This is the twin room.
The terrace is lovely and sunny and the perfect spot for lunch.
The North Coast has many hidden coves, which are a delight for exploring. Sometimes you are the only ones here!
The lovely en suite shower-room.
All the beds are beautifully presented with lovely linens and throws.
This is the very pretty single bedroom which has lovely views over Crantock and you can even see the church.
On the second floor there is a lovely snug area, and is the perfect spot to read a book quietly. From the window you can also catch glimpses of the sea.
The gorgeous beach at Crantock!
The family shower-room is located on the first floor.
There is a useful utility-area on the ground floor, which leads into the wet-room.
There are beautiful touches throughout. This stunning mermaid was hand-made by the same lady who crafted the mermaid in the rock on Crantock beach.
The beautiful Crantock Church.
The garden is lovely - especially in the summer. It is tiered, so care is needed.
The super useful wet-room is located on the ground floor.
This is the lane leading to Langurra, as you can see it is very narrow. The two standard UK parking spaces are located at the top of the lane. However there are car parks and street parking nearby.
The narrow stairs which lead up to the snug area on the second floor.
The stairs are narrow in places.
The sandy path leading down to the gorgeous sandy beach at Crantock.
This view is taken from the lane, looking down towards Crantock. Langurra is behind the wooden gate on the left-hand side.
Four granite steps lead up from the lane to the terrace at Langurra.