Where is it?
Heron House is an impressive detached waterfront house with direct access to the Gannel estuary. It showcases coastal glamour across seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an outdoor pool, hot tub, games room and private gym.
The Gannel is a turquoise tidal river lined with rich greenery which runs down to the much-loved Crantock beach, a family friendly beach which calls out for days of adventure. Enjoy crabbing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding along the river or simply sit beside the gentle water flow and watch an abundance of wildlife roam about. At high tide during the summer months, catch the small boat from the Ferry Boathouse which takes you across to Crantock's sandy shores, or wait for low tide and take the walk along the river banks to the steep sand dunes and foaming seas.
On the other side of the headland, just a few minutes walk away, sits Fistral beach. World famous for its epic surf and spirit, Fistral invites you to dive headfirst into the action - just grab a board and get amongst the swell, before peeling some fire-pit flamed king prawns and sampling a cocktail at the iconic beachside restaurant complex.
Across the cliff top path towards Little Fistral and its surrounding coves, you'll discover a more leisurely feel. Sand and shingle spill out between barnacle-dotted pools, perfect for carving out a secret space which feels like it belongs only to you, away from the busy chatter of the main bay.
Fancy stretching your legs? Wait for low tide and take a stroll around the headland, past Newquay's historical Huer's Hut and across the town's seven beaches, rewarding yourself with an ice cream when you're done. Watergate Bay is just a 10-minute drive away with its rolling surf and eateries, or Perranporth and its quirky shops can also be reached by car.