Morwynsow offers a modern, spacious holiday home. Once you open the door on the ground floor you are immediately greeted by a stretching corridor and a staircase that is filled with natural light.
On the ground floor there is a total of four bedrooms. One of these has bunkbeds, making it the perfect room for children. Another has two twin beds which makes it more suited towards older children or adults alike. There are also two spacious double rooms, in which the master features a modern ensuite. The ground floor also boasts a laundry room and large bathroom. In both double bedrooms there are double doors which open the reveal the large garden area. This open green space has a patio with outdoor table and chairs, meaning you can enjoy dining outside in the fresh air.
Up the stairs you’ll find a stunning open living area that is filled with natural light, from the skylights and stretching windows. The stylish kitchen offers everything you’ll need for your holiday, in Cornwall. The lounge provides a great place to relax in the evenings whilst watching the sunset through the glass doors. These doors open to provide access to balcony which provides stunning views across miles of green countryside, making it the perfect place to spend your evening.
The village of St Merryn is perfectly located between a series of beautiful beaches: Harlyn (2 miles), Treyarnon Bay (2 miles), Porthcothan (2 miles) and Mother Ivy’s Bay (2 miles). Every beach offers something for everyone, whether you’re learning to surf at Harlyn or enjoying the sun at the picturesque Mother Ivy’s Bay. The village itself offers many amenities that include a pub, restaurant, convenience store and bakery. The pub (The Cornish Arms) belongs to Rick Stein and offers a wide variety of his take on “pub food”. As well as this the award winning Trevose Golf Club is just a mile away, for those seeking the opportunity to use one of England’s most prestigious golf courses.
A short, five minutes, drive away is Padstow; a picturesque harbour town, that’s winding streets hide a plentiful number of pleasant surprises. This bustling town offers a vast variety of food from Rick Stein’s fine dining restaurants to fresh homemade pasties. If you’re feeling adventurous you could catch a sea life safari from the harbour or enjoy scenic views of the estuary cycling to Wadebridge for lunch along the flat Camel Trial.
A luxury and spacious holiday home close to the village centre and several sandy beaches.