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If you are looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Portreath then Sea Spray and Gulls Roost are the perfect self catering cottages for you. These are adjoining properties on Battery Hill, Portreath and located just yards from the beach. If you want a holiday at the seaside then you want to be near the sea and beach – and you probably couldn’t get much nearer than these.
Gulls Roost and Sea Spray are in an elevated position that really maximises those stunning sea views. Even if the weather is poor, the views are fantastic – you are just 50 yards from the beach. Our properties are approached by steps which make them unsuitable for the disabled or elderly. The properties are adjoining so they are ideal for families who want to holiday together. Sorry but the properties are non smoking and are not pet friendly. Free reserved parking for one vehicle per property is provided at the Basset Arms pub for your convenience.
Portreath itself is a small former fishing village nestled in a stream valley between Perranporth and Hayle on the north coast of Cornwall. Portreath is located between the towns of Redruth and Camborne, and is probably about 5 kilometres north of Redruth and lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural.
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The holiday industry is now the main income in Portreath as it is a beautiful retreat that retains the narrow harbour. West of the harbour entrance and breakwater are two fine sandy beaches which are popular with surfers and holidaymakers alike, body boarders turn up in force at high tide on big swells to surf the harbour wall, or vortex, as it is known, watched over by the local Surf and Life Saving Club.
The beach is well looked after and cleaned daily during the main holiday season, as is common on Cornwall beaches, dogs are not permitted on the beach from Easter day to 1st October each year.
Portreath is an ideal base as it has the balance of the sea and countryside with beautiful views, spectacular cliffs and walking trails. Portreath is great for walkers, with spectacular views to enjoy from the cliffs. Try the walk to Bassets Cove, it is approximately 5 miles there and back. The walk is strenuous in parts, but there are lovely views, lots of wild flowers and various sea birds. For a longer walk then is northwards to Porthtowan, it is about 8 miles there and back. The cliffs in the area are made of slate and sandstone and therefore subject to erosion – therefore great care should be taken when walking the coast paths. The coast path is just minutes from both properties.
There are several shops, cafes and pubs in Portreath. The village has a very friendly atmosphere and caters for most needs of the tourists, whilst not being spoiled by being over commercialised.
There are various sports and leisure facilities within a short drive of Portreath. These include indoor swimming pools, squash badminton and outdoor bowls. There are six golf courses locally, the closest within a mile of Portreath, and several centres for horse riding, two with indoor facilities.