The Sail Loft

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£418-643 per night - Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights as of 5/8/23

Spacious, light-filled holiday home with direct beach access just north of Newquay in Cornwall, perfect for family holidays to the seaside.

This beautifully converted building is spacious and full of natural light, thanks to the large windows and glass doors that help you make the most of the beautiful sea views.
Snuggle up in the living room in front of the wood-burning stove or throw open the glass doors onto the terrace, this house is kitted out for trips at any time of the year.
The terrace overlooks the beach, features outdoor dining furniture and has direct access down to the sand.
Provides a great base for exploring Cornwall, with some of the best beaches on your doorstep and Newquay, Padstow, St Ives and the Eden Project all within reach.

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