Ala Moana

Situated on the Pentire Headland in Newquay, and surrounded by the sea, this is an ideal location for a perfect family holiday. Ala Moana which means ‘Path to the Sea’ in Hawaiian, is a spacious contemporary detached house that sits in a private lush garden on the Pentire Headland, almost surrounded by water. Most notably, the world renowned Fistral Beach is pretty much over the road, and the Gannel estuary, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a short stroll away. Fistral Beach, with its beachside café, pizzeria, surf schools and shops, along with its ¾ mile of golden sand and world class surf, is a jewel in Newquay’s crown, a perfect way to spend a day. The Gannel estuary is a haven for birdlife, and the perfect place to enjoy a stroll, and maybe have a go at stand up paddle boarding. The centre of bustling Newquay is very close by, but the headland is in a very peaceful part of the town. There are several excellent restaurants and café bars nearby, and superb walks along the picturesque coastal path. Newquay is home to some of the best surfing beaches in Europe, and there are many surf schools in the town providing qualified tutors. Other activities include coasteering, kite surfing at nearby Watergate Bay and kayaking from the picturesque harbour in the town. Newquay also has a working harbour, tropical gardens, a Sea Life Centre, a zoo, a links golf course, (within walking distance), horse riding, bicycle hire, sea going trips for fishing, and two leisure centres. There are also many places to visit nearby, including, Camel Creek Adventure Park, Dairyland, the Japanese Garden and Trerice Manor, a National Trust house and garden. There are many beaches and fishing villages along the coast, from St Agnes in the south to Padstow in the north, and many excellent restaurants, including those of the TV Chef Rick Stein. Padstow provides an enjoyable day out for the whole family. You can wander through the narrow streets, and enjoy the evening by the working harbour, or hire a bike and cycle along the famous Camel Trail, a flat off road trail that hugs the shore of the estuary. At Watergate Bay, 2 miles from Newquay, you can dine in Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, Fifteen Cornwall, and then take a stroll on the wide beach, which is home to the British Kite Surfing centre. Truro, Fowey, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are all easily reached from this perfectly positioned holiday home. Beach 300 yards. Shop 300 yards, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.

Ground Floor:Open plan living space: With wooden floor.

Living area: With wood burner, 55" Sky TV, DVD player and Blu-ray player.

Dining area.

Kitchen area: With breakfast area, electric oven, gas hob, microwave, American style fridge/freezer and dishwasher.

Utility room: With washing machine.

Bedroom 1: With zip and link 2ft 6in twin beds (can be kingsize on request).

Bedroom 2: With double bed and Freeview TV.

Wet room: With shower and toilet.

First Floor:Bedroom 3: With super kingsize bed, Freeview TV and en-suite with bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

Bedroom 4: With twin beds.

Bedroom 5: With double bed.

Shower room: With shower cubicle and heated towel rail. Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included, remainder at £5 per basket. Travel cot and stairgate. Welcome pack. Enclosed lawned garden with patio, garden furniture and BBQ. Bike store. Private parking for 6 cars. No smoking. Please note: Couples and family bookings only. There is a pond in the garden. This property has a security deposit of £500.

Ala Moana which means ‘Path to the Sea’ in Hawaiian, is a spacious contemporary detached house that sits in a private lush garden on the Pentire Headland, almost surrounded by water. Most notably, the world renowned Fistral Beach is pretty much over the road, and the Gannel estuary, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a short stroll away. Fistral Beach, with its beachside café, pizzeria, surf schools and shops, along with its ¾ mile of golden sand and world class surf, is a jewel in Newquay’s crown, a perfect way to spend a day. The Gannel estuary is a haven for birdlife, and the perfect place to enjoy a stroll, and maybe have a go at stand up paddle boarding. The centre of bustling Newquay is very close by, but the headland is in a very peaceful part of the town. There are several excellent restaurants and café bars nearby, and superb walks along the picturesque coastal path. Newquay is home to some of the best surfing beaches in Europe, and there are many surf schools in the town providing qualified tutors. Other activities include coasteering, kite surfing at nearby Watergate Bay and kayaking from the picturesque harbour in the town. Newquay also has a working harbour, tropical gardens, a Sea Life Centre, a zoo, a links golf course, (within walking distance), horse riding, bicycle hire, sea going trips for fishing, and two leisure centres. There are also many places to visit nearby, including, Camel Creek Adventure Park, Dairyland, the Japanese Garden and Trerice Manor, a National Trust house and garden. There are many beaches and fishing villages along the coast, from St Agnes in the south to Padstow in the north, and many excellent restaurants, including those of the TV Chef Rick Stein. Padstow provides an enjoyable day out for the whole family. You can wander through the narrow streets, and enjoy the evening by the working harbour, or hire a bike and cycle along the famous Camel Trail, a flat off road trail that hugs the shore of the estuary. At Watergate Bay, 2 miles from Newquay, you can dine in Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, Fifteen Cornwall, and then take a stroll on the wide beach, which is home to the British Kite Surfing centre. Truro, Fowey, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are all easily reached from this perfectly positioned holiday home. Beach 300 yards. Shop 300 yards, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.