Port Gaverne No.1

Port Gaverne



Courses: St. Enodoc – Bowood Park

St. Enodoc has two courses; the Church course is the James Braid designed Championship course which in September 2005 hosted the English County Finals and in July 2014 the English Women’s Amateur Championship again. This stunning and very highly rated course enjoys a justified reputation as one of the West Country’s finest links layouts. It may not look it but the par 5 1st is one of the easier holes even if you have to thread your way carefully between the sand dunes. Pars are harder to come by on the long par 4 2nd and 3rd holes. The shorter Holywell course is an ideal course for those wanting slightly less of a challenge but which features some typical links terrain.

Set in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland, Bowood Park’s front nine holes allow you the opportunity to build a score while the back nine holes offer a much sterner test for all levels of golfer. Holes 11, 12, and 13 are arguably the most aesthetically pleasing holes you will play and have been likened to Amen Corner at Augusta National.

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Property Description

Beautiful views along the Cornish coast greet visitors to this single-storey, light and spacious property. Totally renovated, the property features a split level, open plan living and dining area, each with bi-fold doors opening out onto patio areas, affording stunning sea views, with gardens front and back. It is tastefully furnished and comfortable all year round with an inglenook fireplace and central heating. The state of the art kitchen is great for catering and cooking the wonderful local fish and seafood. There are two excellent fish shops in Port Isaac that sell their daily catch. Dog friendly, this is the perfect place from which to explore this unique part of Cornwall.
Standing on the headland above the picturesque village of Port Gaverne, the house is a few steps from the north Cornwall coastal path. The beach at Port Gaverne is a 5-6 minute walk away and a little further is Port Isaac, with its huddle of slate houses and narrow alleyways. Famous now as the setting for the TV series ‘Doc Martin’, Port Isaac is a working fishing village with shops, bars and several top quality restaurants.
The area is very well served by a variety of foodie places. Close by is a pub that was listed as pub of the year and the bistro next door has indoor and outdoor dining. For those who want to spend a bit more, there are two Michelin starred restaurants in Port Isaac run by Nathan Outlaw. Nearby in Padstow is Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred restaurant, No. 6, and Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Cookery School. Rick Stein also has a number of other restaurants with varying price ranges. The Cracking Crab in Polzeath is right by the beach and inland the St Kew Inn is also a favourite.

Watch the sun rise and set over the sea, stroll along the coastal path and make St Illex the place where family memories are made.

This is an ideal spot for those who enjoy coastal walks, bird watching, golf, fishing, surfing, cycling or just lazing on the beach. Polzeath’s famous surf attracts all comers and its glorious sandy beach is just a short drive away. The cliffs, caves and rock pools are a children’s paradise. A water sports centre, Cornish Rock Tors, is based on the beach at Port Gaverne and offers kayaking, paddle boarding and coasteering for individuals and groups. Polzeath’s famous surf attracts all comers, and its glorious sandy beach is just a short drive away. The cliffs, caves and rock pools are a children’s paradise. Water sports can be enjoyed at Rock, from where a passenger ferry crosses the Camel Estuary to the town of Padstow. Daymer Bay has another glorious sandy beach, and the golf course at St Enedoc is open to the public. John Betjeman, the late Poet Laureate, is buried at St Endeoc Church with its twisted spire.
Nearby Wadebridge hosts one end of the Camel Trail, with a 5-mile dedicated cycle ride to Padstow on the old railway track, alongside the picturesque Camel Estuary. To the north stands Tintagel’s medieval castle and the quaint fishing village of Boscastle, with Crackington Haven and Bude a little further on. Inland lies Jamaica Inn and Bodmin Moor, the setting for the ’Poldark’ stories. This is truly a great spot for families to enjoy with plenty of local attractions and fun. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 0.5 miles.

All on the ground floor.
Entrance hall: With storage for boots.
Living area: With open fire, Freeview TV, DVD player with a selection of DVDs, iPod dock, CD player, oak floor and bi-fold doors leading to patio. Step up to…
Dining area: With oak floor and bi-fold doors leading to patio.
Kitchen: With double electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Utility/drying room: With washing machine and tumble dryer.
3 steps down to…
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bedroom 3: With zip and link twin beds (can be super kingsize on request).
Bedroom 4: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower over bath and toilet.
Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Separate toilet.

Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Fuel for open fire available locally. Travel cot and highchair. Large, lawned front and rear gardens with three patios, garden furniture and barbecue. Raised terrace and garden furniture at front. Parking for 3 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 3 steps from the terrace to the garden.

  • Features
    BBQ – Garden/Patio – Sea View – Wifi – Washing Machine – Detached Property – Open Fire – Coastal Within 1 Mile – Pub Within 1 Mile – Pets Allowed – Parking Onsite