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Tredennis is a large property enjoying an elevated position overlooking the beach at Trebarwith Strand. The views are beautiful and the beach itself just a few yards away. The house is about 100 years old and offers spacious, light accommodation for up to eight people. There is a good sized garden in front of the house enjoying views over the beach and sea. The garden is not suitable though for unaccompanied very small children as there is a steep slope to one side of the lawn. The property will comfortably sleep eight people in four bedrooms. Two have King sized beds, one being en-suite with bath, shower over, basin and WC . The third bedroom has two single beds (2' 6" wide) and the fourth has bunk beds (2' 6" wide).
In addition to the en-suite bathroom there is a family bathroom (bath with shower over, basin and WC) and a downstairs cloakroom with shower, basin and WC.
The kitchen has the usual facilities plus dishwasher and microwave and there is a separate utility room with fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Outside there is a lawn with BBQ and outside furniture. There is a private parking space for two large cars.
Flat TV with all free Sky channels and DVD player.
Broadband internet with WiFi throughout the house included. (Usual speed around 4Mbps)
Bed linen provided.
There is oil-fired central heating throughout the house which is available and included in the rental charge from the first Saturday in October through to the last Saturday in April. At other times of the year the central heating can be operated via a £1 coin meter.
PLEASE NOTE>>>>No pets accepted.
This property is let to non-smokers and family groups only.
The small village of Trebarwith Strand is about 3 miles from Tintagel by road and connected by the South West Coast Path, which surrounds Cornwall. The coast path is easily accessible offering lovely walks with beautiful cliff scenery. Trebarwith is a valley with one road leading to a sandy beach. At high tide, the beach is completely covered ensuring up to a mile of clean sand at low tide. The Port William public house overlooks the bay and is situated just beyond the house.