Seaview House, Mawgan Porth
Seaview House is superbly situated with breathtaking views, and with two bedrooms sleeps up to five. Situated on the north Cornwall Coast, the golden sandy beach is just 2 minutes walk down a secret path from your door! The house is particularly suited to families, couples and surfers. Wake up to this view from bed! Availability for october 21 reduced £549/wk tel 07968252853
Downstairs has a lounge with TV & freesat and a kitchen which contains cooker, oven, microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Upstairs, bedroom 1 contains a double bed, whilst bedroom 2 has a double futon with single bunk above.
A shower room upstairs has a toilet, wash basin and shower.
Duvets and pillows are provided but guests will need to bring their own covers and towels.
A travel cot is available to hire for an additional £10 per week.
There is a small patio area at the front of the house, and a larger area at the back which is great for barbeques whilst watching the spectacular sunsets. The house is bright and airy and catches the sun all day.
Mawgan Porth is 5 miles from Newquay and 7 miles from Padstow. An ideal central base to discover Cornwall, Mawgan Porth seems to have its own weather system with far more solar hours than most Cornish villages. The house is situated right on the golden sandy beach and you can wake up in bed and check out the waves with uninterrupted views from the main bedroom. We have recently replaced the window with a full width patio door (with safety restrictor) to allow full benefit of the view; we are hoping to add a balcony in the near future.
The beach is a few minutes walk over your own “secret” path across the dunes. The sand is fine and great for sand castles.There is often volleyball, football and beach cricket and on Tuesday nights surf lessons for children with Kingsurf and during summer, pony rides!
We are excited to reveal the location of ‘Nampara Cove’ from Poldark is situated just minutes drive from the house at Porthcothan, where stunning cliffside scenery and sunsets feature in the series. This part of the coast is where many of the horse riding scenes have been filmed.