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Self cater Holiday promotion Newquay Cornwall UK.

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Published on Mar 14, 2010

http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk. Exciting luxury self catering Holiday Flats in Newquay Cornwall. The accommodation has 2 bedrooms sleeps 6. Fantastic sea views.Surfing. Golf course, sea fishing. Fistral beach Elderly friendly with lifts to all floors. Balcony. Tourist attractions. * A two bedroom apartment, sleeps 4. * Fantastic views across Newquay Golf Course and Fistral Bay. * Balcony with views across the golf course and out to sea. * Perfectly situated for a golf or beach holiday. * Lift access and designated parking for one car.

29 Bredon Court enjoys a desirable and central location within Newquay. It benefits from a large semi-circular balcony directly overlooking the golf course, down to Fistral beach and The Headland.

Newquay Golf Course and Fistral beach are literally on your doorstep making it the perfect choice for a golfing holiday or a beach holiday. The harbour and town centre of Newquay are within a 5 - 10 minute walk way, while the rest of Cornwall is within easy driving distance for any explorers.
Living * Spacious open plan living area with patio doors leading out onto the balcony. * Stunning views across the golf course and out to sea. * Furnished with a stylish 'L' shaped 4 seater sofa, a chair and coffee table. * Flat screen TV with Free view and DVD player. * Dining table with seating for 4.

Kitchen * Modern kitchen with electric oven and grill, gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer. * Full utensils and accessories including a kettle, toaster and cafetiere.

Sleeping
Bedroom one with en-suite * Patio doors leading out onto the balcony with views across the golf course and out to sea. * Furnished with a double bed, two bedside tables both with lamps and a 13 drawer unit. * There is a small dressing area with a dressing table, mirror, shelving units and 3 single wardrobes. * En-suite with shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c., and heated towel rail.

Bedroom two * Views across the golf course and out to sea. * Furnished with a twin beds, two bedside tables both with lamps and a 4 drawer chest.

Bathroom * Main bathroom comprises a bath with shower over, wash basin, w.c., and heated towel rail. * En-suite with shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c., and heated towel rail.

Outside * Large semi-circular balcony with furniture and access from the living area and master bedroom. * Spectacular views over Newquay golf course and down to Fistral beach. * 5-10 minute walk into town. * Video entry phone system. * Lift access to all floors. * Allocated parking for one car. Parking passes will be provided and must be displayed at all times.
family holiday attractions.
Exploring the beaches and rockpools along the coastline is a great (and free) way for children of all ages to enjoy Newquay. Step off the sand and there are a number of places to visit in the town, such as Newquay Zoo in Trenance Park, a 20 minute walk from the seafront, The Blue Reef Aquarium on Town Beach in the centre and Tunnels through Time.

Further afield there are many attractions within a short drive, such Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Dairyland Farm World all of which are within a 10 mile drive. Further afield, The Eden Project, The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Flambards in Helston and Land's End make for great days out.

Newquay's history is influenced by Cornwall's mining trades where the town became a port for the transportation of tin lead and clay during the industrial revolution. The area rich in stories of smuggling and shipwrecks as the Atlantic takes its toll on the coastline. This can be explored at the heritage coast centres and tourist information centres dotted along the coastline.

Other notable sites in Cornwall include Tintagel Castle (25 miles), the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre (20 miles), Geevor Tin Mine (35 miles) in West Cornwall, The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (10 miles), Poldark Mine (20 miles) and Pendennis Castle (25 miles).

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