Situated just 750 yards from Newquay’s popular Fistral Beach. This apartment sleeps 6 with 3 bathrooms and has views of the north Cornwall coast, Gannel Estuary and beautiful Cornish countryside.
Jack Harry’s Light sleeps six and is a bright, light, spacious, three-bedroomed upper-floor duplex with far reaching views of the north Cornwall coast, Gannel Estuary and beautiful Cornish countryside.
Situated just 750 yards from Newquay’s popular Fistral Beach Jack Harrys offers self catering accommodation.
The apartment offers a large bright open plan kitchen diner on the first floor, complete with Bosch electric double oven/grill, gas hob, extractor, fridge freezer, a wine cooler, washing machine and dishwasher.
On the same floor you will find three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Patio doors lead from the dining room onto a south-facing balcony that overlooks the large communal gardens and is perfect for eating out, sunbathing on loungers or simply relaxing with a beer or a glass of wine after a busy day exploring.
The kids can safely burn off excess energy in the gardens while you relax!
Wanting to relax then there is no better place than the oversized lounge on the floor above with Seating for 12 with large corner unit, two double sofas, two single easy chairs, a rocking chair, vintage cane swinging chair and 2 large matching bean bags.
Plenty of seating to enjoy the Wireless broadband, 42” HD TV with Freeview and surround sound, DVD/CD player, IPod connection, Wii, card table, bookshelf and board games.
From the lounge there are some views of Fistral Beach from the window and of course extra large patio doors leading on to another balcony again south facing with beautiful views of the countryside.
This laid-back apartment is situated just outside the centre of Newquay on the scenic Pentire headland that is flanked by Fistral Beach, Crantock Beach (National Trust), the beautiful, tidal, Gannel River. It is perfectly placed for touring Cornwall and enjoying Newquay’s own outdoor lifestyle: surfing, kite riding, sailing, canoeing, fishing, bird watching, horse riding, cycling and, of course, walking.
There is parking for two vehicles so pack up and walk to the beach or the lively town with its shops, restaurants and bars.
There are several restaurants and family attractions, including: the Blue Reef Aquarium, The Harbour, Trenance Stables, Trenance Boating Lake and Leisure Park with its tennis courts, and Newquay Zoo, with easy reach.