Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends.
Tregreen, near Wadebridge, Cornwall, sleeps 14 in 6 bedrooms.
Tregreen, which was built around 1970 and subsequently extended and improved, is situated at the top of the cliff above Greenaway Beach, Trebetherick on the North Cornish coast.
It is an exceptionally well situated and appointed holiday home, with extensive views out to sea, of Pentire Point and Stepper, and also up the River Camel estuary past Brae Hill on the near side and Padstow on the far side.
It can sleep 12/14 people. The house has a broadband connection with internal wi-fi.
The grass area round the house provides space for play and privacy, and is bordered on two sides by traditional Cornish walls. For children there is a wooden climbing-frame with two swings and a slide.
Polzeath Beach, which is excellent for surfing when the sea conditions are right, is a ten minute walk to the north, whilst Daymer Bay, which is renowned as a safe sandy family beach, is rather closer in the opposite direction.
Greenaway Beach, which has wonderful rock pools at low tide and which is a paradise for boys with their crabbing nets, is immediately below the house and is approached by steps down the cliff below Tregreen.
There is a large living room with comfortable sofas and armchairs, and a dining table that seats 12 people (or more). There is a television, DVD, video and hi-fi.
From the sitting room, sliding doors lead out onto a balcony which stretches all along the front of the house and faces west looking out over the sea.
From 1,750 per week.