Trebetherick - North Cornwall
WITH WONDERFUL VIEWS OVER THE FAMOUS CAMEL ESTUARY WHIMBRELS IS THE PERFECT PLACE FOR YOUR CORNISH BREAK
Sleeps 9 - Trebetherick, Cornwall
Prices from £100 per night and £700 per week
A purpose built holiday home with outstanding views to Daymer Bay and over the estuary, and within walking distance of the sea. Perfectly placed for touring Cornwall, and providing ideal accommodation for golfers, sailors, walkers and surfers.
YOUR CORNISH HOME FROM HOME
The perfect retreat, whether you are looking for a base from which to start your Cornish adventure or a tranquil refuge to relax and unwind
The main living space has a door out to the wraparound terrace. Warm up on winter nights with a cozy fire, or relax and read in the conservatory in the summer.
Whimbrels has four bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, with the others being served by two further bathrooms. The three other rooms include one queen size double, a twin and a bunk room.
6’ double or 2 single beds with en suite’
Queen size double
5’ double or two single beds
Bunk beds & single bed
'It doesn't get much better than this! The house has everything you need and more. Perfect location, so much to explore in the local area plus beautiful sunsets. A real gem.'
'Lovely bungalow in a fantastic location. Clean, comfortable and well appointed, we had a fantastic stay despite the Cornish weather!’
'What a stunning location with everything you need for a wonderful holiday. The house was so clean and instantly felt like home. Thank you very much for letting us stay. Would definitely recommend and really hoping to stay again.’
Helpful host great amenities ( a true home from home) fantastic location lots of helpful info and very clean.
COOKING & DINING
Eating in or dining out
Whimbrels has a fully fitted kitchen with adjacent bar seating for people to keep the cooks company.
BBQ facilities are available for those warmer days with a table and seating on the terrace so you can make the most of the views.
Nearby Rock offers excellent dining, including the Michelin starred St. Enodoc Hotel. From Rock, the ferry runs daily to the fishing port of Padstow, where Rick Steins’s internationally acclaimed Seafood Restaurant is just one of the places to eat.