This detached, beachside holiday home is only a 25 yards away from the beautiful Porth beach and coastal path.

Being only a 50-yard stroll to the beautiful sandy beach at Porth on a private road Beachside is all that it promises to be - a detached beachside holiday home on one of Cornwall’s best family beaches.\nThe stone-built cottage is set back from a private road with its own parking space a short walk to the front door through lovely gardens. A master bedroom a twin bedroom and a double bedroom allow the cottage to easily sleep 6 people with a large living room and a kitchendining room. The cottage has Sky TV basic package and fast internet as well as a washing machine dishwasher and microwave making it comfortable to live in.\nYou will be spoilt for things to do each day from cliff walks along the coastal path to rock pooling for crabs and fishing in the river that flows into the sea along one side of the beach. The surf is often up with the shallow waters and lifeguards on duty making it great for all the family to body board and play in the waves.\nWalks from here are fantastic and at low-tide you can make your way between Porth Island and the headland through to Watergate Bay or stroll atop the cliff path to watch the sunset from the end of the Island – all just a short walk from the cottage.\nA local tearoom is just yards from Beachside’s front door - the perfect spot to start the day with a proper Cornish coffee or breakfast before you head out for the day. The very family friendly beach has its own pub serving good food and is found right on the sand with a terrace that overlooks the beach - a perfect spot to enjoy the evening sun with a drink whilst the kids play nearby. Or you can join in the famous pub quiz\nLusty Glaze is a private beach next door to Porth accessed via a 5-minute walk over the cliffs where you can take surf lessons or even go on a jet ski safari. Porth is a 20-minute walk or 5-minute drive from Newquay which sits to the west with its surf culture shopping golf club night-life zoo cafés and restaurants. Newquay’s bustling harbour with its resident seals is a great place to book a sea fishing trip on one of the day boats that will take you to catch mackerel deep sea fish and even sharks. Who knows you may even catch the evening supper for the barbecue back at Beachside.\nWatergate Bay lies 5 minutes’ drive to the east or a bracing 30-minute walk with peeling world class waves a favourite with more experienced surfers and home to Jamie Oliver’s ‘Fifteen’ restaurant beach cafés surf schools and a kite surfing centre. Another beach at Whipsiderry sitting between Porth and Watergate Bay is a dog friendly beach all year round accessible by its own steps from the cliff top. A walk to the end of Porth Island is also a perfect place for dogs to run off the lead all just minutes away from Beachside.\nPadstow is a 25-minute drive away with its high quality foodie haunts including Rick Stein’s various restaurants. It is also the start of an off road cycle or walking trail that hugs the shore of the Camel Estuary from Wadebridge - a must if even for the fish and chips on the quayside. Truro Eden near St Austell St Ives and Fowey are also easily reached from this part of Cornwall and a must for visitors who want to experience the diversity of the Duchy. Beach 50 yards. Shop ½ mile pub 150 yards restaurant 25 yards.