Positioned overlooking Porthtowan's beautiful sandy Blue Flag beach, Seafront enjoys magnificent panoramic views of the beach and sea.
The apartment adjoins the owner's accommodation however is completely separate and has exclusive use of an enclosed patio with picnic bench from which to sit in the sun and watch the waves roll in and the world go by. The main living area with open plan kitchen/lounge/diner makes the most of those impressive views with large windows framing the picture perfect landscape beyond.
The apartment is entered into a hallway with table and four chairs for beach view dining. The sitting room is furnished with two comfortable sofas (one which converts to a double sofa bed), TV and DVD player. The fully equipped kitchen includes a breakfast bar and stools and is fitted with a gas cooker and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and combination washer/dryer.
There is one step into the shower room which comprises a corner shower cubicle, WC and basin. The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (4'6”), wardrobe and dressing table, and a patio door opens to the outside space with patio and garden furniture.
In front of the owner's property are two parking spaces on the lane. From the parking area four steps lead up to the apartment which is then all on one level except for the step into the shower room. Seafront has oil central heating for the cooler months and welcomes one small to medium sized dog all year round. (Please supervise pets at all times - dogs must not be left in the property unattended -and bring own dog bed. Thank you for your understanding.)
Please be aware that there is a seasonal dog ban on Porthtowan beach between Easter and 1st October, however there are many wonderful walks in the locality and also peak season dog-friendly beaches in the surrounding areas.
Porthtowan is a small village nestled in a valley within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the north Cornish coast. One of Cornwall's finest surfing beaches, it boasts a large expanse of soft sand backed by dunes and dramatic cliffs, numerous rock pools and caves to explore, and a children's play park at the top end of the beach. The South West Coast Path heads east to St Agnes and west to Portreath.
A few local shops and two pubs, including the shoreside café/bar the Blue Bar, are within a couple of minutes' walk of Seafront. Less than four miles to St Agnes and within ten miles of both Perranporth and the cathedral city of Truro, Seafront is within easy driving distance of numerous attractions and places of interest, making it a great base for a Cornish holiday.