A sweeping, spacious, and spectacular nine-bedroom retreat with hot tub, perfectly nestled above the golden sands at Mawgan Porth, between Newquay and Padstow on the stunning North Cornish coast.
  • Sleeps: 22
  • Bedrooms: 9
  • Bathrooms: 9
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

The ideal base from which to explore North Cornwall in all its glory, Blue Bay Beach House occupies a truly beautiful position between Newquay and Padstow.

Gently elevated above the golden sands – and epic rollers – of Mawgan Porth Beach, you’ll find surf racks and an outdoor surf shower, all ready and waiting for beginners and pros alike!

A nine-bedroom, nautical-themed haven that sleeps up to 22 guests (and their three well-behaved dogs), you’ll also discover beautiful double and twin sleeping spaces generously positioned across both floors… and since each bedroom is en-suite, there’ll be no need for awkward morning queues.

When you’re awake, there’s also a plethora of sociable spots to enjoy, including a huge, open plan lounge that boasts gorgeous coastal views – whatever the weather!

Curl up on one of the many garden-and-sea-view seats at the curved window, enjoy a film on the Smart TV, complete with Sky Sports and Movies, or turn the volume up on the state-of-the-art Bose sound system, which feeds everywhere except the bedrooms!

Meanwhile, eating, drinking, and making merry is more than covered with the stylish, gleaming kitchen, and the 250-year-old wooden dining table that makes a real statement.

(In fact, if you don’t feel like doing any cooking, why not take advantage of the dining packages available? From fully catered meals to convenient ready-meals and seafood barbecues, all you have to do is ask!)

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At a glance

  • A light-filled and spacious holiday home for large group breaks, secluded above Mawgan Porth beach, between Newquay and Padstow on the North Cornish coast.
  • There are nine en-suite bedrooms – a mix of doubles and twins – spaced on both floors, sleeping 22 guests in total.
  • Up to three well-behaved dogs are also permitted to stay.
  • Relax in the huge lounge, watching a movie on the Smart TV, or turn the volume up on the Bose sound system that feeds into every room except the bedrooms!
  • The furnished decking area and garden is also home to a hot tub – an ideal way to see in the sunset.
  • The beach is 400 metres away – why not try your hand at surfing? There is a wealth of shopping, activities, and fine dining options in the surrounding area.


  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Hot Tubs
  • Large Groups
  • Seaside Breaks


Sociable beach house, sleeps 22 guests.  9 en-suite bedrooms: 3 on the first floor, 4 on the ground.  First floor bedrooms: 1 standard double with twin beds, 2 standard doubles.  Ground floor bedrooms: standard double with room for an extra bed, 1 small double, 1 small twin, 1 standard twin or kingsize room, 2 standard doubles (1 with room for an extra bed.)  Open plan living room with sofas and window seats, Smart TV with Sky Sports and movie packages, Bose sound system.  Kitchen/diner with underfloor heating, washer, dryer, Italian coffee maker, stove, grill, oven, fryer, microwave, fridges, dishwasher, large wooden dining table and chairs.  Outside: decked area with chairs, table, barbecue and firepit, hot tub, surf racks, heated surf shower, parking for 8 cars.

Local Activities

Beaches, watersports, surfing, swimming, coastal walks, fine dining restaurants, farm shops, golf, spa treatments

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You could also while away some time outside on the furnished decking area, or out in the garden, where you’ll find squishy seating galore, sun-loungers aplenty, and a hot tub to help you welcome the sunset in style.

When you’re not lazing at your new beach house, why not head onto that golden beach itself? A mere 400-metre walk along a pretty lane, there are plenty of sheltered caves and coastal footpaths to explore if you’re not in the mood for lounging or surfing.

Later, take a gentle stroll into Mawgan Porth for shopping, or a slap-up fish-and-chip supper! If you’d prefer something a little more special, there are plenty of fine dining restaurants to spend time in nearby, including Paul Ainsworth at No.6, and Rick Stein’s famous Seafood Restaurant.

There’s also plenty to sink your teeth into activity-wise, with the local area home to tennis courts, a pitch and putt, and a magnificent 18-hole golf course that overlooks the Atlantic.

However you choose to spend your days, you’ll have those wonderful evenings to look forward to all together, as you cradle a glass of fizz by sunset, and marvel at your good holiday fortune!

Things to note

A range of dining packages are available on request – perfect if you don’t feel like cooking! Housekeeping is available at an additional cost. Please note that the owners live in separate accommodation at the rear of the property, this will not affect your stay.

Where you'll be staying

Mawgan Porth, Cornwall

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