Sunnyside is a lovely traditional stone cottage in North Cornwall next to the beautiful coastal path and close to a fantastic surfing beach. Within walking distance of Tintagel Castle and two fantastic Cornish pubs, plus conveniently located for many tourist attractions. The cottage has four bedrooms, a large eat-in kitchen , a garden and outside terrace with table and seating, a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove, a games room with table-football and parking for three cars.
This lovely traditional cottage is in the centre of a quiet and friendly village and is within walking distance of the beautiful Trebarwith Strand beach. Fully modernised 8 years ago and lovingly maintained, the cottage provides a peaceful haven and perfect base for enjoying the outdoor pleasures of Cornwall and it's many attractions.
The cottage has central heating, a woodturning stove, washing machine and dryer, dishwasher and, most importantly, a football table. High quality bedding and towels are included. We also have body boards and beach equipment at the cottage.
Accès des voyageurs
The house and it's equipment are all available for your use.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
House manager available when needed.
Trebarwith Strand - renowned for its lovely sand and great surfing. There’s a surfing school, life-guards May-September, beach shops and a good café. The Port William overlooks the beach and is great for watching the waves at high tide. Make sure you check tidal times as there’s only a beach during low tide (approximately 4 hours a day).
Other Beaches – Polzeath, Daymer Bay, Rock and the smaller stony beaches at Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and Port Quin.
The Coastal Path offers interesting, challenging walking with beautiful views. Within reasonable distance are Trebarwith Strand, Tintagel Church, Tintagel Castle and Merlin’s Cave. For the more industrious and hardy, you can take the path all the way to Port Isaac which will take around 4-5 hours.
The Camel Trail runs between Padstow and Bodmin and is an easy bike ride with lovely views. You can hire bicycles from Wadebridge (we use Bridge Bike Hire) and cycle to Padstow (around an hour) or Bodmin (1½ hours) which goes past the steam train station (see below).
Tintagel has useful shops and tourist sites such as the castle, the Old Post Office and the Great Hall. Tintagel is held by some to be the real Camelot and is a centre for those interested in the Arthurian legend. 20 minute walk.
Padstow. Great food, interesting shops, crabbing and boat excursions in this popular harbour town. Cycle along the Camel Trail from Wadebridge or leave your car in the Rock Ferry Car Park and take the ferry across the Camel Estuary. 30 minute drive.
Port Isaac, made famous in numerous films & TV programs, is a picturesque port town with a stony beach. Leave your car in the car parks at the top of the hill as the streets are narrow and often blocked. A 30 minute drive.
Bodmin Moor The visitor's centre in Tintagel will advise you on suitable walks in and around the moors.
St Nectan’s Glen
A lovely waterfall with mystic powers, allegedly. The approach is through a beautiful wooded valley. 10 minute drive plus 20 minute walk
King Arthur's Stone. Legend has it that the last Arthurian battle was fought here at Slaughterbridge. There’s a play area, treasure trail and the ancient stone.
If it’s raining and/or you have children …
Crealys Adventure Park - Located off the A39 Wadebridge to St Colomb. Great indoor soft play areas, rides and farm animals. Our kids love it. 40 minutes
Colliford Kids Kingdom In the middle of Bodmin moor, off the A30 is this adventure park. It’s a run-down version of Crealys and usually deserted, but there’s a good range of things for children including indoor play areas, an exhibition on the beast of Bodmin Moor, outdoor slides, go-carting (with pedal carts) and animals. 40 minutes
Lanhydrock House is a large stately home with beautiful gardens and activities for children (such as spot the toy train in each room). Near Bodmin, 40 minutes
The Eden Project This is an amazing horticultural venture near St Austell on the South Coast of Cornwall. The high-tech domes provide for different climates in which examples of the word’s most interesting plants and habitats can be found. There are things for the children to do too: interactive exhibits and tractor trips, film shows and experiments. 1 hour away.
The Bicycle Museum - The Old Camelford Station has been turned into a quaint but comprehensive museum on the theme of cycling through the years. The museum is a private enterprise set up by an enthusiastic couple who have - over the years - built an impressive collection of bikes and memorabilia. 5 mins.
Hidden Valley - Tredidon, Launceston (off the A395 Launceston road). It’s a gentle family run place but the main attraction is the challenging ‘Crystal Treasure Hunt’, which is aimed at families with children over 7. There’s a mini-train, a small petting-zoo and an impressive model railway. 30 mins.
Bodmin & Wenford Railway – Old-fashioned steam trains chug up and down the 7 miles of railway track between Bodmin and Wenford. The main Station in Bodmin town, is pretty and well preserved and Wenford station is on the Camel Trail. It’s a good morning out and there are"Santa Steamings" around Christmas. 30 mins.
The open air theatre in Minack, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, St. Michaels' Mount, Launceston and Pendennis Castle.