Elmar - Cubert, Nr Newquay, North Cornwall, England - Sleeps 4
Elmar is a four hundred year old period cottage complete with a massive Inglenook fireplace and bread oven situated in a quiet village location tucked away next to the ancient parish church just a mile away from the sea. Whilst the cottage comfortably sleeps four guests in two bedrooms, its character features, wood burning stove and coastal location make it an ideal romantic retreat for couples, including those who want to bring their dog away with them.
The Cornish village of Cubert offers a choice of pubs, restaurants and a general store and is ideally placed within walking distance of Crantock beach, Holywell Bay and Polly Joke. Holywell Bay and Crantock Beach are beautiful huge golden bays with caves, dunes and rock pools that the children (and adults!) will love exploring. Polly Joke sits between the two and is a magnificent natural beach ideally placed with National Trust land and a stunning rugged coastline surrounding it.
There are two village pubs including the picturesque Smugglers Den Inn (a delightful 16th Century thatched inn) and two restaurants including Off Shore which is fast attracting National attention being carved into the hillside and offering unparalleled views of the North Cornish coastline as far as St Ives.
Attractions and days out are plentiful with the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lands End all top of the list and within easy driving distance. There are also pretty fishing villages and harbour towns to explore along the coast and great days out for the little ones including Dairlyland Farmworld for some fun down on the farm and The Lappa Valley Steam Railway with its miniature linked railways, boating lake, crazy golf and play areas.
The surf capital of Britain, Newquay, is only five miles away with its world famous facilities but for those who are looking for a quieter more tranquil seaside holiday, Cubert is an ideal choice with its lovely walks to beaches such as Polly Joke which was voted one of the country's top secret beaches.
For walkers, join the South West coastal path which meanders through the three local beaches before rising up the magnificent headlands on its spectacular journey on this section of the coast. Good shore fishing locally, with charter boats available at Newquay.
- Log Burner
- Pub/Restaurant Nearby
- Beach Nearby
- Garden/Outside Area
- Golf Nearby
- Off-Road Parking
- Washing Machine
- CD Player
- Horse Riding Nearby
- Accessible via Public Transport
Elmar is an ancient holiday cottage offering character accommodation for up to four guests. Retaining much character, one of the cottage's loveliest features is the Inglenook fireplace complete with a bread oven dating back to the 16th Century which now houses a wood burning stove.
- Two upstairs bedrooms, one double and one twin
- Superb open plan living room with Inglenook and additional period fireplace
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Feature Ground floor Shower room and WC
- Good sized garden with table and chairs
- Allocated parking
- Pet friendly
Additional information: Electricity and oil central heating and hot water is included although heating not often used as the cottage walls are so thick! Fully double glazed. Newly installed wood burning stove for cosy winter holidays.
Prices: Low season is just £345 per week. For full prices for each week please view the owner’s availability calendar on this site.
Low Season from £495
Mid Season from £595
High Season from £795
Peak Season £1095
Star Rating: 3 Star
Pets: Yes, 2 dogs allowed
Changeover Day: Saturday
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Sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms (1 Double, 1 Twin)
Owner: Stephen Franklin, click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.
Elmar joined Independent Cottages in Sep 2008
Short breaks available NOW. Pets welcome. Massive Inglenook for cosy evenings in. POLDARK filmed locally ! BOOK NOW FOR 2017 Phone 07918 742030
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Calendar last updated: 30th September 2016