Golden Burn Cottage Caravan, Porthcothan Bay, North Cornwall
Situated in an ever-popular location in the heart of Poldark country, this 6 berth caravan offers comfortable accommodation and breathtaking scenery
Situated in a quiet secluded location with superb uninterrupted views over the North Coast of Cornwall from Trevose Head in the north to Park Head in the south. Golden Burn Cottage Caravan is less than 5oom’s walk from Porthcothan Bay which is one of Cornwall’s finest un-spoilt beaches. Both spacious and comfortable, this accommodation is ideal for both families and couples looking to get away from it all and relax in a stunning coastal location.
Sleeps Max: 6
Parking Spaces: 2
Dogs Not Allowed
At A Glance
- 2016 Victory Super Torino 32ft x 12ft model
- 6 Berth: 1 Double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and 1 double pull out bed in lounge
- Double glazed and central heating
- Fully equipped kitchen – fridge, microwave, gas cooker
- Secluded area of the garden
- Free use of surfboards and wind-breaks
- Located close to the South West Coast Path
2016 Victory Super Torino 32ft x 12ft model.
6 Berth: 1 Double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and 1 double pull out bed in lounge.
Full central heating.
Full equipped kitchen – fridge, microwave, gas cooker.
All bedlinen provided.
All utilities included.
parking for max. 2 cars.
Secluded area of the garden.
Free use of surfboards and wind-breaks
Laundry service available.
Unfortunately we cannot accept pets.
The caravan does not have Wi-Fi.
Towels are not included.
What we like about this property...
What we love about the area...
Nestled between Newquay and Padstow, Porthcothan Beach is a beautiful North West facing cove backed by grassy dunes. Featured in the Marine Conservation Society Good Beach Guide for 2014 you may also recognise it from BBC’s Poldark as it features as Nampara cove. Like many in Cornwall, this peaceful cove oozes atmosphere and history, even now it is easy to imagine smugglers from those Poldark days coming ashore with their ill gotten goods.
At low tide the beach opens out to connect with smaller coves leaving plenty of wide open spaces for families to take full advantage of. At high tide, it is sheltered by the surrounding cliffs giving it a much more private, secluded feel.
With the South West Coast Path running through Porthcothan Bay, the surrounding area is easily accessible, where you can enjoy the spectacular panoramic views. The beach has its own small shop with a reasonable sized council carpark right opposite the beach. However if you fancied stretching your legs a bit further, National Trust’s Bedruthan Steps offering stunning clifftop views, is approx. 45min walk (2.1 miles).
Padstow is just a 16min drive away offering a plethora of restaurants, cafe’s, pubs and many wonderful boutique shops. Rick Stein has his infamous restaurant, café and cookery school whilst also available during the summer months are boat trips, sea life tours and guided walks.
In the opposite direction is Newquay (8.7 miles away). Larger than Padstow, Newquay is the surfer’s mecca during the summer. Even if you’re not into catching the waves, you can always chill out on the beach or paddle in the shallows. With plenty of shops and eateries it’s the perfect place to while away a day taking in the sea air.