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Camel Quarry House

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£4450- 9240 per week - Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season as of 9/8/23

COOL CORNISH HOUSE - Camel Quarry House is a glittering jewel in North Cornwall's crown. With panoramic views of the sea and high-end, designer interiors you'll live in the lap of luxury when you stay. Bask in the sun on the cool roof terrace, take long soaks in the hot tub or relax with a film in the media room. Feeling a bit more active? Enjoy getting sweaty with a workout in the gym or take out the SUP boards and kayaks for a splash in the surf! Sleeps 16 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay

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