Close to the Beach
Woodburner / Open Fire
Truly stunning sea view property in the heart of Padstow
Watch the boats float into Padstow Harbour at this hugely desirable property in the heart of Cornwall’s fishing town. This vibrant glass-fronted property offers unrivalled views of Padstow, offering a truly unique place to stay for your Cornish holiday.
While nothing can compare with the view, The Grain Store boasts cool sophistication, with its original features, stylish but comfortable furniture along with a warming gas wood-effect burner.
The open-plan kitchen and living area is flooded by natural light from the floor to ceiling bi-folding doors and Juliet balcony. Both glass windows have integrated variable blinds in the glass to block out sunlight or if you fancy some privacy. The contemporary fully-fitted kitchen is a wonderful space to cook and includes a full range of Neff appliances, including a double oven with plate warmer and microwave and an induction hob. Guests will also appreciate the Miele built-in dishwasher and Dualit toaster. The kitchen is complete with breakfast bar area and Scandi-style bar stools, and there’s a separate dining table that comfortably seats six people.
In the spacious living area guests can enjoy high-end comforts with a wall-mounted 55” Panasonic SmartTV,Sonos Sound System and modern gas wood-effect burner. The large l-shaped sumptuous sofa is the perfect place to relax and immerse in the stunning Padstow scenery.
The Grain Store comprises of three bedrooms, all wonderfully bright and airy. The glass-fronted en-suite master bedroom is the crème de la crème with its charming beamed ceiling. Rest in style in your luxury king-sized bed and appreciate the breathtaking harbour views, while the contemporary ensuite boasts a large walk-in shower.
The second bedroom is also a king size, while the third room has a slightly smaller 4ft bed; both bedrooms boast beamed ceilings and are wonderfully light. The modern family bathroom has a bath with shower overhead.
There’s a separate utility room which has a W/C, LG washing machine and LG tumble dryer.
This beautifully-designed house is the perfect destination for foodies, as Padstow is renowned for gourmet easting, while sandy Rock is a stone’s throw away. This location is also handy for Poldark country and Port Isaac, and it is right on the eighteen mile Camel Trail, ideal for cycling and walking. The path from Rock to Polzeath is utterly beautiful.
This property has an allocated parking space close by, in The Shipwrights pub car park on North Quay.
Padstow sits on the Camel Estuary, opposite its neighbouring village, Rock. Both are connected by a short ferry ride and each has its own unique identity.
A holiday 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 and the Cally Oyster Bar & Grill. 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, The Mariners, where you can take in the view of the twinkling Padstow lights across the water.
No holiday is complete without a spot of shopping and Padstow has plenty of galleries, clothes shops, gift shops and more. A particularly nice shop to visit is Whistlefish, which stocks pretty illustrations of Padstow and the surrounding area.
If you would like to explore further afield, then Padstow is 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!
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Booking fee: There is a non-refundable booking fee of £28 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.
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Sleeping 5 in 3 bedrooms
2 King Size rooms, 1 room with 4ft bed
Incredible location in the heart of Padstow
Charming character features
Glass fronted property with views of Padstow Harbour
Children over 8 years of age only
Master King-Sized bedroom with sea view and large en-suite
One private allocated parking space nearby
Modern kitchen complete with high-spec appliances
Gas wood-effect burner
55-inch wall-mounted Samsung SmartTV
Separate utility room with W/C, LG washing machine and LG tumble dryer
Modern family bathroom with a bath and shower overhead