Crantock is a
coastal civil parish and a village in Cornwall, England, United
Kingdom. The village is approximately two miles (3 km) southwest of
Crantock dates back to 460 AD when a group of Irish hermits founded
an oratory there. The village lies to the south of the River Gannel
which forms a natural boundary between the parishes of Newquay and
Crantock. The River Gannel is tidal and ferries operate on a
seasonal basis from Fern Pit to Crantock Beach. The River Gannel
runs along Crantock Beach and joins the Atlantic Ocean. The village
can be reached from the A3075 road via the junction at Trevemper.
The hamlets of Treninnick and West Pentire are in the parish.
Large parts of the parish are now in the ownership of the National
Trust, including West Pentire headland which is a Site of Special
Scientific Interest noted for its wild flowers and rare plants.
Like several other sandy beaches in the Newquay area, Crantock Beach
is popular for surfing. There are car parks at Crantock Beach and
West Pentire. The beach is backed by sand dunes.
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Tregoona is a 4-bedroom bungalow set in a secluded location. The
front door leads straight into the dining-room area which can seat 8
people comfortably. Next door you will find the spacious lounge,
with feature stone fireplace, equipped with a widescreen TV and
DVD/Video player and a CD system. Sliding doors open on to a large
patio area with garden furniture and a barbecue.
bungalow has a large well-equipped kitchen and utility room with
washing machine, cooker, fridge, microwave and dish-washer. There is
a Breakfast seating area for more informal meals as well as
additional seating outside the kitchen door with scenic views
Double bedroom and twin bedded room with adjacent shower room/WC,
and second double bedroom and twin bedded room with adjacent
bathroom/WC, are located in separate wings making it ideal for two
Unlimited Parking is available at the front of the property.
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