Copper Cottage sits just over a mile from Portreath, a peaceful seaside retreat boasting a secluded sandy beach and a picturesque harbour. The beach finds itself at the heart of the Cornwall surf and bodyboard culture, home to surf shops with equipment to rent, as well as offering lessons for any brave enough to ride the waves. The Atlantic Beach cafe is well-known for its excellent food and atmosphere. The village also offers a renowned bakery, several pubs and a village store. Portreath also has three pubs - one of which overlooks the harbour and a smaller, sandy beach. On the north side of the beach the harbour wall provides shelter and warmth for a fine tidal swimming pool. Set amidst rocks and rockpools here children can also spend happy hours exploring marine life. The wild and rugged beauty of the local cliffs provides another dimension for those on holiday. Here you can walk and find solitude away from crowded beaches. Buzzards circle, ravens soar and kittiwakes nest in their hundreds above blue seas where Atlantic seals sport in secluded coves. The dramatic North cliffs, with distant views to Godrevy Lighthouse and St Ives are particularly attractive. Tehidy Country Park is located just outside the village, comprising of 250 acres of beautiful woodlands, lakes and miles of cycle paths together with a caf
FREE Wi-Fi, washer-dryer, wood burning stove. Please note there is no freezer or icebox in the fridge. Towels, bed linen and electric central heating included.