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From its elevated position, high above the beautiful beach of Gerrans Bay, Tredeanne enjoys unrivalled sea and coastal views.

At a Glance

From £1,604 for a long weekend or mid week break.
Al Fresco eating Autumnal escapes Fabulous restaurants and bars nearby Rolling gardens Sandy beach nearby Coastal Sea views Wood Burner Parking Super King Bed
Newly-built but in the traditional Cornish style, this stunningly-located house is equipped to meet the needs of the most discerning visitors. Floor to ceiling windows and doors span the whole of the sea-facing front of the house, giving on to a scene of almost unimaginable beauty. Glimmering waters and a sky that goes on forever are combined with peaceful, idyllic surroundings, making this a gorgeously grown up getaway. You're also perfectly located to explore the beauty of the Roseland Peninsula, the surrounding countryside and the beautifully clean and sandy beaches of this area. It's also just a short walk to join the path down to the beach - perfect.
Living and eating

Spanning the whole of the front of the house, this incredible open-plan space is magnificent with jaw-dropping sea views through the floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open out onto the sunny terrace. Light and bright throughout, at the far end of the room lies the stylish seating area with two comfy three-seater sofas and two swivel chairs with matching pouffes. For cooler nights and days, there's a Stovax wood burning stove - ideal for snuggling up next to after a bracing clifftop walk - and a Smart TV for relaxation.

The kitchen has been designed to accommodate the needs of even the most ambitious cooks complete with everything you'll need to create culinary masterpieces, including a Neff hob, Neff built-in oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, second fridge, Magimix and the all-important Nespresso coffee machine. In addition, there's a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer, iron and ironing board.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a dining area which features a large oak table that seats up to eight on comfortable, upholstered chairs. Pendant lights above allow visitors to create an intimate, after-dark atmosphere in which food and wine will be celebrated and conversation thrive.

Sleeping

Tredeanne sleeps eight in four well-appointed bedrooms. Upstairs are three bedrooms; the master en suite bedroom with super king size bed, a twin bedroom and a third bedroom with a king size bed. All these bedrooms have sea views. Downstairs there's a fourth bedroom with a zip-and-link bed which can either be twins or a large double bed. Each bedroom benefits from underfloor heating, sumptuous bedding and Egyptian cotton bed linens.

Bathing

The en suite to the master bedroom is a pretty shower room, whilst there is a family bathroom with bath and shower. Downstairs, there's a shower room. Each have a heated rail to keep towels warm and fluffy and have underfloor heating.

Outdoor space

Just wow - open the glass doors and step onto the expansive stone terrace with just the most astounding 180-degree sea views across to Carne Beach and along the Roseland coastline. Here you'll find a table and chairs for a spot of alfresco dining, and a plethora of sun loungers and reclining chairs for sunny afternoons. Steps lead down to a lawned garden which wraps around the whole property.

Babies and children

Please note, Tredeanne is suitable for children over 10 years only.

Dogs

This is one of our pet-free properties.

WiFi

Tredeanne has WiFi so if you need to stay in touch with the outside world you can.

Parking

There is private parking for up to three cars.

In the Area

One of the prettiest parts of Cornwall, you'll be spoilt for choice for things to do and places to eat. Close by you'll find The New Inn in Veryan - a great pub - and The Nare Hotel at Carne Beach for fabulous dining. Make sure to try the culinary delights of The Hidden Hut at Portcurnick beach, whist if you carry on, you'll find Portscatho, a lovely seaside village, and St Mawes - a great spot for some lunch at either The Idle Rocks or the Tresanton, both of which are excellent with views over the harbour. From here you can catch the ferry across to the bustling seaside town of Falmouth for great shops and the must-visit Maritime Museum. Garden-lovers will enjoy Trelissick Gardens near the King Harry Ferry or The Lost Gardens of Heligan, whilst if you need a spot of city life, head to Truro with its wide selection of independent shops, lovely cathedral and great restaurants.

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Pricing

2018
2019
Weekly rates:
  • 1 Jan - 8 Feb £2138
  • 8 Feb - 22 Feb £2520
  • 22 Feb - 29 Mar £2138
  • 29 Mar - 19 Apr £4816
  • 19 Apr - 24 May £2865
  • 24 May - 31 May £4766
  • 31 May - 5 Jul £2865
  • 5 Jul - 26 Jul £4816
  • 26 Jul - 6 Sep £5350
  • 6 Sep - 4 Oct £2865
  • 4 Oct - 25 Oct £2138
  • 25 Oct - 1 Nov £2520
  • 1 Nov - 20 Dec £2138
  • 20 Dec - 31 Dec £5350
Short breaks:
  • Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.
Payments:
  • A 13 deposit & £30 booking fee secures your dates.
  • Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
  • There is a charge of £30 per pet per week or short break
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