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Newquay Cornwall UK Self Cater Holiday Promotion

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Published on Apr 18, 2010

http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk.Luxury 2 bedroom ground floor self cater holiday flat.
To include 32 inch flat screen TV DVD and Music Centre. Patio for Barbecues. Close to Gannel Estuary, perfect for walks.Canoeing.Fishing.Cycling. Bird Watching.

Situated on the desirable, quieter Pentire peninsula, Golden Bay is close to the character and delights of Newquay. Overlooking a beautiful coastal area and with coastal walks close by, what could be nicer than soaking up the sun and watching the world go by...

Guests can enjoy the stunning views from the cliff tops and many coastal paths Newquay has to offer. To the rear of the property is the Gannel Estuary, a superb place for canoeing, walking, fishing, bird watching and horse riding -- the perfect place to unwind.

Number 1 Golden Bay is an apartment located on the ground floor where you can enjoy a close proximity to Fistral Beach. It has been designed to the highest specification with a light and open plan feel. There is intercom security access with a designated parking space for the apartment.
Living * Excellent sea views across Fistral Beach. * Spacious open plan living area. * Doors leading to a large patio area which is great for barbeques. * Large leather corner sofa. * Entertainment is provided by a 32" Sony flat screen TV, DVD player and music centre.

Kitchen * Designed to a very high standard with modern units and equipment. * Features include a built-in oven with hob, fridge, freezer and washer/dryer. * Island unit provided seating for great entertaining. * Coffee maker, water filter and microwave provided.

Dining * The open plan living room over looks the terrace with views of Fistral Bay.

Sleeping
Bedroom one with en-suite * Large patio doors lead onto the terrace and enjoy views over Fistral Bay. * Designed to a excellent standard with a double bed, dressing table, built in wardrobe and bedside tables with lighting. * En-suite bathroom comprises a shower cubicle, WC and wash basin.

Bedroom two * More enjoyable views from the bedroom with access to the terrace. * Twin beds with bedside tables and lighting. * Walk in wardrobe.

Bathroom
Main Bathroom * The family bathroom features a bath with shower, wash basin, w.c, heated towel rail and storage.

En-suite to bedroom one * Featuring a shower cubicle, w.c and wash basin.

Outside * Terrace with views overlooking Fistral Bay. * Apartment in convenient yet peaceful location. * Intercom security access into the apartment. * Designated car parking. * A well designed 2 bedroom ground floor apartment, sleeps 4. * Great location close to Crantock and Fistral beaches, yet away from the hustle and bustle of the centre. * Contemporary open plan design. * En-suite master bedroom. * Allocated Parking.

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 Cornish tin 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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