A collection of nine sea view apartments, sleeping up to six...
The Seaview Apartments at Polzeath Beach House have been designed to maximise its location, overlooking Polzeath beach on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall. A unique beachfront property with nine luxury ocean-view apartments, the two- and three-bedroom apartments, sleep up to six guests, offering spectacular views, from Juliet balconies and sky decks.
Fully equipped, all apartments benefit from open-plan living and dining areas, alongside modern kitchens, and contemporary furnishings. The apartments have all been attentively named after local points of interest, such as Lundy, Daymer and Pentire, but what they all have in common is luxury living with sumptuous Hypnos beds, unrivalled views and faultless attention to detail.
Polzeath Beach House stands on the former Atlantic House Hotel site in New Polzeath and has been part of a multi-million pound rebuild. Guests can enjoy the best of both worlds with the Beach House’s Atlantic Bar & Kitchen, located on the ground floor of the building, with a fresh and seasonal menu if you decide to take a night off from cooking.
From Polzeath Beach House the village of Polzeath is a short walk along the clifftop path or beach and offers plenty of dining, drinking and shopping opportunities.
The pretty little surfer beach village of Polzeath is nestled on the north coast of Cornwall, just to the east of Padstow and is the perfect setting for your holiday home. With a scattering of cute little shops and cafes sitting at the top of it’s large sandy beach, it’s no wonder that Polzeath is well loved with those that like to spend their time catching the waves. So, why not hire some surf gear and take a lesson from one of the local surf schools to improve your skills? Or just pack a picnic and spend the day lazing on the sand and soaking up the sun, or have lunch in one of the beach bars.
Polzeath is also close to the luxury golf course at the St Enodoc. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a round of golf here comes with stunning scenery followed by post game drinks in their beautiful clubhouse. This course is one of the best in Cornwall and it is easy to see why it is a favoured fairway.
If all this sounds like too much exertion though and you are in search of complete relaxation instead, then the Cowshed Spa at the St Moritz Hotel is the ideal place to indulge yourself. With six treatment rooms, manicure stations, pedicure stations and a relaxation room, you will completely blissed out in your white fluffy towelling robe. There are a range of treatment packages available for men and women and a well earned massage will leave you feeling well rested and refreshed.
While you are in the area, a trip to Padstow is essential. Renowned for its culinary delights and favoured by some of the UK’s top chefs, Padstow crams a lot in. Traditional fish and chips on the harbour, pasties and cream teas are all high on the foodies hit list. For a special meal out many people will book a table at Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant. Opened in 1975, this foodie hotspot has been serving fresh local fish for decades and still receives rave reviews.
There is also lots of shopping and the backstreets of Padstow play host to many gift shops, galleries, book shops, bakeries and places to pick up local produce. Spend time browsing and picking up mementos before heading back to your holiday home to plan your activities.
North of Polzeath is Port Isaac, a filming location for ITV’s Doc Martin and the recent movie ‘Fishermans Friends’. In fact, the Fisherman’s Friends still perform regularly throughout the summer and attract large audiences, look out on Facebook for their latest dates. Port Isaac is a harbour village and the harbour beach is a great spot for beach combing. If you enjoy searching for sea glass you will find plenty to add to your collection. On your way off the beach, stop by the fishmongers to pick up the catch of the day…
Walkers booking a holiday home here will not be disappointed when visiting this area. Why not stroll the Sir John Betjeman Walk, a 4 mile route that takes in the golden beaches on the River Camel and St Enedoc Church. There are plenty more walks in the area though and the southwest coast path has some breathtaking views.
Polzeath is close to the A39, giving easy access to the whole north coast of Cornwall and its towns and villages, making it a great place from which to explore this fabulous county.
Polzeath Beach House is available weekly from a Saturday.
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Nine luxury apartments sleeping between four and six guests
Polzeath Beach House overlooks Polzeath beach
Each apartment boasts stunning sea views
Enjoy either Juliet balconies or sun decks
Modern fully-fitted kitchens
Master suite in each apartment with super king Hypnos bed
Polzeath Beach House is a multi-million pound rebuild