This cottage welcomes up to two dogs. The Brambles is a charming mid-terrace Cornish stone cottage packed with charm and offers a wonderful holiday atmosphere. Arrive into a welcoming hallway with ample space for all of your weekend wear from sun hats and beach bags to winter coats and wellies.
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Lead straight into the hub of the cottage, the open plan living, dining and kitchen space. The chunky wooden dining table can be dressed to impress for celebrations or simply gather as a group to eat, drink and catch up. After a busy day of exploring the coastline, sink back into the comfortable corner sofa and dig out the board games or pop on a film and unwind. The kitchen is fully fitted with all the modern appliances you need to create your holiday menu from hearty breakfasts to slap up suppers. From the hallway, follow the staircase to the first floor with two beautifully styled bedrooms each with considered decor.
The family bathroom with deep bath and separate shower completes the first floor. The third bedroom is located in the eaves of The Brambles, a spacious master bedroom with ensuite shower room.
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From the moment you arrive, this extra special cottage ensures a home from home atmosphere and sets the scene for a luxury holiday beside the sea. An outside paved terrace with dining table and chairs is accessed from the double patio doors or kitchen door to the rear of The Brambles, enjoy al fresco dining in this sunny spot. Steps lead up to a small lawned space where children and dogs can safely play. Make the golden sands of Crantock Beach an extension to your garden space as you dip in the sea before breakfast or wile away an afternoon in the surf.
The walk down to the beach is approx 5 minutes from your holiday door.
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Crantock Beach is one of Cornwall's most beautiful as you dip over the soft sand dunes and arrive to the wonderful seascapes, attractive cliffs and River Gannel. The River Gannel offers calmer waters away from the surf where locals master their paddle boarding skills and children paddle. A ferryboat shuttles to and fro at high tide leading beachgoers over to the Newquay side and the popular Fern Pit Cafe for a cream tea, one of Cornwall's best kept secrets.
The local pubs in Crantock are well worth a visit for the Cornish ales and atmosphere. We have stayed in many lovely Cottages in Crantock over the years but this has to be the best yet. So clean, comfortable, beautifully decorated throughout and so well equipped. Very well equipped especially for small children and dogs!
We had two of each. The location was great for us too.
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Being able to walk to the beach was a massive bonus. Step Inside The Brambles is a charming mid-terrace Cornish stone cottage packed with charm and offers a wonderful holiday atmosphere.
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The Brambles offers the perfect coastal location in all seasons. Choose from 3 cottage bedrooms set over the first and second floors Bedroom one : first floor. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Return to Book Page. Artist Rose Trevelyan lives a peaceful life in her cottage overlooking Mount's Bay in Cornwall, sketching on the beach at Mousehole when the weather is fine, or taking photographs of the harbour at Newlyn to be sold as postcards in the local gift shops in towns dotted around the coast. Always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need, Rose often finds herself drawn i Artist Rose Trevelyan lives a peaceful life in her cottage overlooking Mount's Bay in Cornwall, sketching on the beach at Mousehole when the weather is fine, or taking photographs of the harbour at Newlyn to be sold as postcards in the local gift shops in towns dotted around the coast.
Always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need, Rose often finds herself drawn into the oddest situations.
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