- Significant 6 bedroom property in unique location on the headland and coast path between Treyarnon and Constantine Bay
- Large house with great character, one of the most dominant and well known on this whole stretch of coastline, with full and improved central heating, Rayburn and spacious accommodation
- Large garden and wide ranging sea views from the whole house and garden, both across to Trevose Head and south to Treyarnon
- Unbeatable, easy beach access to either Treyarnon or Constantine Bay for families of all age
** Treyarnon Point has now added an extra attic bedroom with more spectacular views out to sea**
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The changeover day will always be adjusted to best include the holiday periods of Easter, Christmas and New Year.
The unique location of Treyarnon Point really sets the property apart. It is positioned on the headland between Treyarnon and Constantine Bay, dominating the skyline from either direction. The plot is large with plenty of space outside for games and activities but it still has a sense of privacy. The house itself is full of character and a wonderfully atmospheric place to stay. Redecoration has retained Treyarnon Point's unique feel while ensuring that your stay will be comfortable and easy.
The house itself has large proportions, with all the rooms being spacious and the kind of layout loved by children and adults alike. There is plenty of living space, ensuring that 2 or 3 families can enjoy both their time together and some quieter time apart, all with the most fantastic Atlantic backdrop at your doorstep.
The bedrooms at Treyarnon Point lie over 2 floors. From the original tiled hall, the stairs rise to the polished wooden floorboards of the 1st floor landing. Oak banisters and a dark mahogany wardrobe and chest of drawers dominate the landing off which each of the four 1st floor bedrooms can be found.
The 2 King rooms are spacious and elegant both with 4 poster antique King-sized beds. The master bedroom enjoys dual-aspect views over Treyarnon and Constantine Bay with windows facing the sea the full length of the room. It has an ensuite bathroom with bath, overhead shower and shower screen, loo and basin. A plaque on the window sill may understate the quality of the 'view from the loo'!
Next door, and around a slight corner on the landing, can be found the 2nd King bedroom. Its views slant out to the North and provide amazing views down the length of the beach at Constantine bay and towards Booby's bay. Again antique mahogany furniture abounds. A small ensuite provides a shower, loo and basin.
Two more bedrooms can be found on the 1st floor. At the top of the stairs, to the right, is the Super King (can be made up as twin on request) which also features a Single pull out bed (again request if needed). A large room with dark blue curtains and a door through to a spacious shower room next door which can also be accessed from the landing and be used as a family bathroom.
The 2nd twin is on the left off the landing. It is simply furnished, but provides plenty of space for two. If you look hard enough you may find the secret door into the master bedroom next door. The views of course are wonderful towards Treyarnon.
A winding staircase leads up to the 2nd floor. Ahead is another shower room with loo, basin & shower and to the right is the 5th bedroom with 2 single beds. Next door is the 6th and final recent edition to the house - the new attic bedroom featuring 4 singles with ensuite shower room, it provides a perfect dorm room for children to share together and benefits from memorable sea views.
Treyarnon Point provides 6 showers and 2 baths to ensure all can stay fresh. 3 showers are found on the 1st floor: over the bath in the main bathroom ensuite off the master bedroom; in the 2nd double ensuite and in the family shower room over the bath. This final family bathroom can be conveniently accessed both from the landing and from one of the twin rooms. On the 2nd floor a small shower room can also be found off the twin room with a further en suite shower room attached to the new Quad attic room.
The 6th shower is downstairs by the back door and is perfect for showering off the sand after a day on the beach.
The living space at Treyarnon Point is large, flexible and fun. The large hall is the main thoroughfare for people going in all directions. There is plenty of space to get away for a quiet time, as well as ensure that children can have their own play areas - for everyone's benefit!
The main living and dining room runs the full length of the front of the house. Various sofas and armchairs provide ample comfy seating, while the window seats are perfect for reading with a view. The main TV is here, along with a Wii and DVD/Blu-ray player for when the weather is bad (bring your own disks and games!). The oil central heating ensures a cosy stay in all conditions and there is a small coal effect electric fire in the sitting room. The far end of the living room is reserved for dining with a large oak table. There is also a piano.
A 2nd sitting room is located off the hall. A haven for quiet or the children's domain - you decide. A 2nd TV with VCR and DVD player is here, as well as a comfortable sofa and a couple of easy chairs. The old 'range' provides plenty of character.
- Kitchen and Dining
There is plenty of room to cook and prepare food for your guests. The kitchen area is split into the kitchen itself and the large breakfast room alongside. The breakfast room for many may be the hub of the house: polished quarry tiles on the floor, stripped pine dresser and cupboards, a 'sheila maid' for drying your clothes over the Rayburn, and a farmhouse kitchen table in the centre of the room - all make for a great atmosphere and a very attractive room.
For cooking proper, the kitchen is situated off the breakfast room with plenty of space in its own right. An AEG electric hob and oven provide the mainstay of your cooking alongside the Rayburn. There is plenty of cupboard and work surface space, shaker-style cream doors and dark grey worktop. Twin sinks, a Bosch dishwasher and views from the windows make washing up almost a pleasure. There is a very large Bosch fridge/freezer. Off the kitchen, there is a very useful utility room - here you can find the Bosch washing machine and Hoover condensing tumble dryer, as well as an external door out to the back garden and rear of the house.
The utility room runs round again to the hall, and also houses the downstairs loo and shower. This is situated right by the other external door, providing access to the rear garden - a sheltered and private sun-trap.
The house is heated by full oil central heating - with a new boiler ensuring plenty of hot water, warmth and water pressure throughout. It has wireless broadband and a telephone provided. There is a washing machine, tumble-dryer and dishwasher in the kitchen. There are 4 TVs, Blu-Ray player, 3 DVDs, VCR and a Wii console (please bring your own Wii games). Sky Freeview is provided and can be watched in the kitchen through a D-Link connector. There is a fitted stair-gate at the bottom of the stairs, as well as a travel cot and high chair available in the house (please reserve with us if needed).
The front garden is large, laid to lawn with ample space for football, cricket, golf practice (with care!), and loads of space to run about. It is protected by a wall and tamarisk hedge and is largely private. A large gate leads out to the coast path. The garden continues round the side of the house to the back, where there is ample parking on the grass for 4 cars or more.
The smaller back garden can be accessed from the back of the house or through a gate around the side of the house. Here you can enjoy complete privacy and shelter if it is windy. This small garden is very sunny and is great for relaxing or cooking and eating alfresco.
Please note that car access to Treyarnon Point is via Treyarnon Bay - to the beach car park, on past the Youth Hostel, round to the right, but then straight ahead onto a stony track where the road goes sharp right. Continue up the rocky lane, round left at the top, and Treyarnon Point can be found on the right before you reach the sea!
Treyarnon Point is located in the most dramatic position between Constantine and Treyarnon within easy walking distance of both and not far from others beyond. To Treyarnon, you can walk gently downhill across the flat headland, past the natural swimming pool in the rocks, to the beach. Or going North, just walk out of the front of the garden, and then round the front to Constantine Bay. Access to both beaches is easy.
Walks are great in both directions – across Constantine to Booby's, around Trevose Head, to Mother Ivey’s and back. Or head south to Treyarnon, Fox and Pepper Cove, wonderful Porthcothan and beyond. If you can bring bikes, there is great potential to bike around - for both children and parents.
Trevose Golf Club is nearby with the club house a 10 minute walk or short drive away.
For shopping, St Merryn or Padstow are nearby by car – or you can walk to Gary's shop in the car park at Treyarnon or up to Constantine Bay Stores in 10 minutes or so. There are a number of restaurants in St Merryn – from take-aways through to good family cafes and restaurants.
Padstow is close, for fun shopping, art galleries and all manner of dining and food. Here you can also catch the ferry across to Rock and Polzeath or just take a boat trip. However, you may find that with so much to do, all within walking distance, you may decide to just stay very local to Treyarnon Point.
NB We have included a handful of historical photos of Treyarnon Point on this site - if you would like to see a few more, please look here.
Stayed: 23rd Nov 2017
All was as good as before. Everyone enjoyed it very much as did the dogs.
Stayed: 13th Aug 2017
We had another great week at Treyarnon Point and would like to come again for the same week next year.
Stayed: 2nd Jul 2017
Stayed: 11th Jun 2017
We had a lovely time at Treyarnon Point, the weather was fantastic. Everything in the house was clean and well presented, thank you all.
One small point…..i requested no cake, and there was a huge one left for us which was a shame to waste.
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