New England-style lodge on exclusive resort, moments from Constantine Bay
A ten-minute drive outside of Padstow, Constantine Bay is one of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches and is in walking distance of The Towans. An exclusive resort, The Towans is situated in a secluded and peaceful position, within a secure gated development offering extensive landscaped grounds amidst Cornwall’s luscious open countryside.
No 2 The Towans is a light and spacious New-England style lodge that sleeps four. The contemporary furnishings throughout the lodge will ensure you have a comfortable stay to remember.
The open-plan living space is bright and modern, boasting a warm and welcoming feel. Flooded with light thanks to the three sets of large French doors, with direct access onto the raised terrace, the living area features two large sofas a modern flame-effect fire and a TV.
The kitchen comes well equipped with everything you could need, including electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, an integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher, plus a handy washer/dryer. There’s a wooden dining table which comfortably seats four guests.
With two well-appointed bedrooms, the master bedroom is a double in size with a walk-in wardrobe, chest of drawers with the luxury of a modern ensuite with freestanding shower. The light and airy second bedroom is a twin with plenty of storage featuring a double wardrobe. There’s also a further family bathroom with a bath and shower over, and heated towel rail.
Outside you will find dual aspect decking areas with outdoor furniture for four guests, providing the ideal place to enjoy the views over the Cornish countryside.
The location of The Towans is rather special, with some of Cornwall’s best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine Bay and unspoilt Harlyn Bay right on your doorstep. You’re also well located for a spot of golf at the world class Trevose Golf Club, Padstow for its idyllic harbour and seafood restaurants, and surfing capital Newquay is also within easy reach.
High-quality bed linen and towels are provided at all of Cornish Secrets properties.
Padstow itself is more known for its harbour than beaches. However, being on the wild north coast, beautiful sandy spots are not very far away at all. Here at The Towans, Constantine Bay, Harlyn Bay and the hidden cove of Treyarnon are all in easy reach, plus lesser known Mother Ivey’s Bay and Booby’s Bay are certainly worth a visit. Two miles from The Towans, Porthcothan Bay is a large sandy beach which is popular with families and surfers alike.
Time spent in Padstow will be filled with fun and food! Every foodie in the UK knows Padstow is the place to come to experience the best fresh locally sourced ingredients and in particular, seafood! Celebrity chef, Rick Stein, has a number of businesses here including a cafe, a delicatessen, a bakery, a restaurant and his famous fish and chips. Rick isn’t the only move and shaker in town though and Padstow has many strings to its bow, including No.6 by Paul Ainsworth. There is a good mix of foods here too and a pasty from the Chough’s bakery is just as well advised, followed by a famous Roskilly’s ice cream.
Whilst the food at Padstow is definitely a highlight, it is not all that Padstow and Rock have to offer. Why not catch a Sealife Safari to see local seals, dolphins and if you are lucky, a basking shark. It’s a great way to experience the coast.
For those who enjoy jumping in feet first, there is always plenty of fun to be had with Ocean High, who offer lessons in stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking and kite-surfing in Rock. Brea Beach at Rock has soft golden expanses of sand that are a perfect place to relax with the family and take a dip in the water. If you want to take it inland then why not cycle the Camel Trail which provides an easy route to cycle to Bodmin.
If you enjoy a heated pool to relax in, Rock’s luxury spa Cowshed might be more up your street. Cowshed is part of the St Moritz Spa and Hotel, where you can indulge in some serious pampering and relaxation. Perfect for getting ready before a night out at local restaurant, Paul Ainsworth’s The Mariners, where you can take in the view of the twinkling Padstow lights across the water.
This property is also just over five miles from family favourite Camel Creek – the perfect place to head when the Cornish weather isn’t up to scratch.
The Towans resort is well placed to explore further afield, you’re positioned close enough to the A39 to make day trips to Bude, St Ives and the south coast easy to reach. There is so much to explore in this area, that you will never be bored!
No 2 The Towans is available weekly from a Saturday.
Other arrival dates and short breaks are also available out of peak times.
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Dog stays: £35/dog/week – 1 dog welcome with prior permission.
Booking fee: There is a non-refundable booking fee of £35 per booking
Damage deposit: A refundable damage deposit of £300 is payable. This will be held until the end of the occupancy and will be returned to the guest within 2 weeks of departure, subject to deductions for any damage to property caused during the occupancy.
NB. All bookings are subject to our Terms and Conditions.
Modern lodge sleeping four
Exclusive collection of self-catering accommodation
Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite
Dual aspect terrace with outdoor seating
Moments from Constantine Bay
Open-plan living space
Surrounded by Cornish countryside
Private parking for one car
One dog welcome