Sleeps 8 in 3+ bedrooms. Feature gardens. WiFi. 2 Dogs Welcome.

Hazeldene is a fabulous family home with stunning gardens and outdoor space.  It’s elevated position offers far reaching sea views and is located in the sought after cove of Crackington Haven.

Newly refurbished, this delightful family home offers light and spacious open plan living with spectacular views. A particular highlight is the large enclosed garden with its array of beautiful Cornish shrubs and stunning tropical specimens.  It’s a gardeners dream! Furthermore, this lovely space is a joy for children with a myriad of paths and dens for games of hide and seek. Comfortable seating dotted throughout the garden provide quiet corners to soak up the views and take in the splendor of the plants.

A short 10 minute stroll down to the unspoiled village of Crackington Haven, with its the lovely beach, cafes and pub and access to wonderful walks and the SW Coast Path.


Nestling at the end of a private lane Hazeldene is deceptively spacious.  From almost anywhere within the house and gardens there are wonderful views of the valley, surrounding countryside and sea. The gardens are totally enclosed and safe  Perfect for children and dogs. The brick built BBQ and patio table and chairs make outdoor entertaining a breeze.

Bright and spacious L shaped kitchen, dining and living room leading onto the balcony offering stunning views across the valley to the sea. The kitchen is attractive and carefully laid out with top quality appliances from Miele and Neff highlighted by the instant boiling water tap! There is a sociable breakfast bar with bar stools and a large dining table and chairs. The corner sofa in the living room provides a wonderful place to relax and take in the beautiful sea views.

Furthermore, there is a separate lounge offering extra space and with the addition of the lovely wood burning stove it’s perfect for creating a cosy feel on chillier evenings. The sofa can also be converted into a comfortable double bed.  Patio doors lead out onto another balcony offering further panoramic views to sea.

Accessed from the kitchen is a useful utility room and cloakroom with toilet.  Miele washing machine and tumble dryer, freezer and large Belfast sink, along with handy storage space for shoes and wellies plus plenty of coat hooks!  There is also an outside tap on the garage for washing off sand and rinsing wetsuits.

The master bedroom and second bedroom have double beds, ample storage space and sea views.  The third bedroom has bunk beds, ample storage space and overlooks the patio.

There is a stylish family bathroom with bath tub, corner shower, basin and toilet and a further, separate, contemporary shower room with a large shower enclosure, basin and toilet. The showers are all high quality power showers with excellent pressure.

The house has been decorated with style using high quality furnishings that have been tastefully chosen by the owners to create a relaxed home with comfort at its heart.


Crackington Haven is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  It was once a small harbour importing coal and limestone and it has managed to escape any development and is now a small unspoiled, secret, cove.

When the conditions are right it is a great surfing spot and during the summer holiday weeks two life guards are on duty from 10am to 6pm each day. In the spring the cliffs are covered in heather and it is a wonderful place to see the wild flowers and hear the birdsong.

The gently sloping beach is perfect for exploring or for relaxing and, although pebbly when the tide is in, there is plenty of sand for building castles when the tide is out.  Crackington Haven really is a special place and perfect for a family holiday away from the crowds.

For convenience there is a cafe in the village across the road from the beach serving lovely local food, including home made pasties, cream teas and cakes, and the ever popular ice creams. During the summer months it sells beach essentials, wet suits, body boards and also rents wet suits.  The family pub, The Coombe Barton Inn, serves delicious food and has a wonderful terrace to watch the sun going down over the bay.

The area has many walks on the doorstop, woodland and coastal, to enjoy breathtaking scenery and wildlife, including the South West Coastal Path. A particular highlight is the walk up to Pencarrow Point and climb up to Cornwall’s highest cliff at 735 feet.

Locally, discover the inspiring parish of St Gennys: churches, ancient farms, historical sites & buildings and tales of shipwrecks.

Property details:

  • Master bedroom – double bed with sea view
  • Bedroom 2 – double bed with sea view
  • Bedroom 3 – bunk room overlooking the patio
  • Family bathroom with bath tub, separate shower, basin and toilet
  • Shower room with basin and toilet
  • Large kitchen, dining, living room with corner sofa, balcony and sea views
  • Second living room with double sofa bed, wood burner, balcony and sea views
  • Well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, oven, microwave/combi oven, built-in fridge, instant boiling hot water tap.  Ample crockery, cutlery, glassware and cookware.
  • Utility room with washing machine & tumble drier, freezer & Belfast sink
  • Cloakroom with toilet
  • Garden room for children’s play space
  • Patio and gardens with outdoor tables, chairs, bench and BBQ
  • WiFi
  • TV’s in both sitting rooms
  • Cot and highchair
  • Central heating, electricity and all services
  • Bed linen, bedding, hand and bath towels provided.  Please bring your own beach towels
  • Private off road parking for 3 cars
  • 2 well-behaved dog welcome (charges apply)
  • No smoking
  • No hen or stag parties