We choose 5 houses that will help you make the most of your holiday home with alfresco dining, sun seeking, relaxing and more. How will you spend time on your holiday terrace?
First up is Trethvor (meaning seaside in Cornish), a sleek coastal pad offering sweeping sea views across Fistral bay. What is it we love best about Trethvor? You guessed it, the stunning private ‘wrap-around’ terrace and its stunning 180 degree views of the coast. Look out to Trevose headland and lighthouse, out to sea and inland over Newquay; perfect for both alfresco dining.
Trethvor is one of the last buildings on the Pentire headland, with coastal walks and inspiring sea views on your doorstep. Throughout the summer, keep your eyes peeled for dolphins jumping in the bay.
Next up is The Penthouse at Coast, where you couldn’t get closer to the beach even if you tried. Situated where the land meets the sea, guests can walk through gardens and a gate, directly onto the family-friendly Porth beach. There are no roads to cross, just a wide expanse of golden sand on your doorstep.
This large private terrace comes with spectacular sea views and the chance to dine outside whilst the sun sets on the horizon.
Perfectly located just 800 metres from Mawgan Porth beach, Panorama fuses haute design and stylish interiors with beach inspired features to create a majestic luxury bolthole for families, small groups and design-aficionados.
Tucked away on a private road, the stunning terrace is the perfect setting for family and friends to sit back and relax whilst enjoying a Cornish sunset like no other.
With a beach just 10 metres away, No 1 The Beach is perfectly positioned on the edge of Porthtowan, where the village has a lovely relaxed, off-the-beaten-path feel, with a very pretty sandy beach backed by dunes.
Listen to the sound of rolling waves, smell the sea air and watch the daily sun seekers, surfers and families on the beach pass you by. What’s not to love?
Last but by no means least, we have The Tower in Praa Sands. The Tower is a large duplex apartment, occupying the top two floors of Acton Castle with a stunning roof terrace dating back to the 18th century. Views consist of the immaculate communal gardens, Mounts Bay and the famous St Michael’s Mount in Marazion.
Here you’ll find plenty of space for alfresco dining, loungers and a coffee table set.