Polzeath is a picturesque village found on the North Cornwall coast near Padstow. Although the village is fairly small there is lots to do to entertain all ages, if you enjoy being in the water the beach is a haven for surfers but if you prefer to be on dry land then you can explore the spectacular coastline and take a walk along the coastal path to Port Quin. In the village there are number of great pubs, restaurants and cafes serving local produce.
Just outside of Polzeath is our three holiday cottages, which are all just a five minute drive into Polzeath and only a 10 mintute stroll down a bridle path to the sandy Pentireglaze beach. West Cottage, sleeping 4,is a pretty Victorian farm-labourer's cottage with traditional features and enviable views across the open countryside and down to Polzeath beach. The Old Farmhouse, sleeping 5, and Overhaven, sleeping 6, are great for famillies wanting to go away together as they can be interconnecting on the ground floor. From the cottages you can set off on two wheels and explore the traffic-free Camel Trail, with plenty of places to stop on route for ice creams, cream teas or fish and chips.