Holiday Cottages in Polzeath

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    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
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    Charming converted barn tucked away in a small rural courtyard near the colourful, harbour town of Padstow in Cornwall. Dog friendly. WiFi. Enclosed patio with furniture. Shop 10 mins walk, pub 1 mile. (Ref. 982841)

    7 nights from £350

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Polzeath is a small village situated on the North Coast of Cornwall, boasting an award-winning beach with excellent surfing conditions. Book one of our Polzeath Holiday Cottages to find your next home away from home. 

Polzeath known for its famous beach, with surfers and families flocking to this ample stretch of shoreline with its onsite-nibbles and scenic surroundings. The lush turquoise waters and warm Mediterranean-like climate will make you feel like you’re abroad. The low tide provides the perfect conditions for beginners to learn to body board or surf, while also being safe enough for the little ones to enjoy. For something a little less fast-paced, Polzeath’s sister beach, New Polzeath, is just to the right of the bay and is a favoured location for swimming away from surfboards.

Away from the beaches, the hidden little gem of St Enodoc’s Church is an ancient place of worship, with a mysterious background. Also in the area of Daymer Bay and Rock, test your golfing abilities on the dramatic 18-hole Church Course at St Enodoc Golf Club, with both the church and the course designed by the talented James Briad. Or swap clubs for wheels and cycle the Camel Trail, a recreational route filled with scenic views that also appeals to walkers, linking nearby Padstow with Wadebridge and Bodmin.