A mile down the road to Porthcothan beach, driving is advised.
The coastal interiors that are fused with a rustic and contemporary twist.
Porthcothan is one of Cornwall's secret bays, a deep inlet surrounded by rocky headlands with a big expanse of sand at low tide. This tiny coastal village has a lovely hidden quality; it has remained largely undeveloped and provides an 'away from it all' feel perfect for those wanting to get away from it all.
As featured in Coast Magazine and The Times, Strand Line is just one mile inland, a short drive from the village of St Merryn where guests will find a handful of Cornish pubs and restaurants, perfect for an evening tipple and bite to eat with the locals.
There are eleven beaches all within a 5-20 minute drive from the cabin, including your local beach, Porthcothan. You'll find this beach is quieter than many of the better-known beaches with a focus on playing on the sand and in the sea. Around the corner is the more popular Treyarnon Bay, a beautiful golden sanded beach with a coast path leading to panoramic views over Constantine Bay.
Just a short drive from Strand Line is Padstow, with its picturesque harbour and Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant. Watergate Bay and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall Restaurant are just 15 minutes away by car and Newquay a little further, with great shopping, beach activities and all kinds of cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Read what Lowenna got up to during her weekend break at Strand Line.