- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 4
- Minimum stay: 7 nights
Evocative in both name and scenery, the historic Smugglers Cove is romantically set between Newquay and St Ives, along the sandy beach of Portreath.
It’s right here that you’ll discover the aptly-named Beach House Smugglers Cove, a luxurious four-bedroom holiday home that’s ideal for family or group breaks with a picturesque difference.
(Well-behaved dogs are welcome too, so nobody has to miss out on all the fun!)
Just step inside to discover a light, bright and expansive ground-floor space that’s home to every creature comfort you could want, including a glorious open gas fire to warm your evenings. The décor throughout is fresh and coastal-inspired, showcasing those amazing surroundings to perfection.
You can expect plenty of high-end additions, of course. A Sonos sound system will help create the perfect mood, while the hot tub is the ideal place to unwind over a glass of bubbles, as you gaze dreamily out to sea. Oh – and did we mention there’s a cinema den, too? Relax and enjoy the latest Hollywood blockbusters, once the sun has set on yet another wonderful day.
Though on hazy summer evenings, you might prefer retreating to the outdoor firepit area instead, sharing holiday stories over a post-dinner tipple or two. Indeed, with outdoor speakers and an al fresco kitchen area that features a built-in barbecue, you won’t have to go inside at all if you don’t want to.
Enjoy morning coffee whilst watching the crashing waves, then plan out the day ahead. There’s plenty to see and do, from heading down to the beach below and building sandcastles, to taking romantic coastal walks – surely no better way to fire up your creative spirit!Keep reading
At a glance
- A luxurious, outrageously scenic beach house with two kingsize bedrooms, a double bedroom and a twin/kingsize bedroom, perfectly positioned in historic Smugglers Cove and showcasing the beach at Portreath, North Cornwall.
- The space is all set on one level, and includes a cinema den, Sonos sound system, an outdoor firepit area, and a hot tub that overlooks the sea. There is also an outdoor kitchen with barbecue.
- Up to four well-behaved dogs are welcome, at a small extra charge per dog.
- Take a long coastal walk, cycle the old tram roads, or pop down to the beach below and build sandcastles! The village is a short walk away, bustling with friendly cafés and shops.
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Hot Tubs
- Large Groups
- Seaside Breaks
Beachfront house sleeping up to 10 guests. All ground floor with underfloor heating throughout. Living space: seating, sofa bed for two, cinema den with games consoles, Smart TV with full Sky package, Sonos sound system, open gas fire. Kitchen: chargrill, induction hob, deep fat fryer, integrated coffee machine, steam oven, dishwasher, dining area for 8 guests. Four bedrooms (three en-suite with toilet, shower and basin). Large family bathroom with Heritage designer bath. Utility room, integrated garage. Exterior: firepit area with seating, outdoor kitchen with barbecue, outdoor rock speakers, hot tub with beach views. Ample private parking. Provided: bath and beach towels, toiletries, linen and bedding, free WiFi with garden extenders.
Coastal walks, wildlife watching, cycling, fishing, beach activities, surfing, bodyboarding, village life, shopping.
Head south to Bassets Cove if you’re in the mood for a longer ramble; the five-mile route there and back includes some truly breathtaking scenery. Or if you prefer getting on your bike, there are plenty of dedicated paths to follow, some created from the old tram roads that once transported ore from the mines.
Meanwhile, Portreath is a friendly beach that’s popular with surfers and bodyboarders as well as families, and if you wander into the village, you’ll discover some wonderful independent shops and cafés to while away your time in.
Yet if all that sounds just a little too strenuous for you, there’s nothing wrong with grabbing that book you never seem to find time for at home, and simply losing yourself in the exquisite comfort of the Beach House.
Things to note
Check in at 3pm, check out by 10am. Dogs are not permitted on the beach from Easter Day – 1st October each year.