Pentowan Penthouse, Newquay, Cornwall
Pentowan Penthouse stands above Newquay's headland and offers some spectacular views across the harbour, Newquay bay and along the coast as far as Trevose Head. Originally built in 1880 as a gentleman's residence today if blends its historic past with a contemporary feel.
Refurbishment, with the accent on quality and comfort, has been designed to a high standard and was completed in 2008. Sleeping six, the penthouse has an open plan lounge/diner/kitchen fitted with all the modern comforts one would expect. One double (en-suite) and one twin bedroom, a lavish bathroom and a separate reading room provide ample space for the whole family.
With its excellent location, Pentowan Penthouse provides an excellent base for a holiday in Cornwall. Newquay is well connected with the rest of Cornwall by road with a wide range of activities and attractions within reach.
Information for Walkers
Cornwall's coast offers some of the finest walking in the British Isles. The key to its appeal is the South West Coast Path, which was formerly used by the Coastguard to check on wrecks and shipping along the coast. Today the coast path offers a wide variety of walks from easy short strolls to some very demanding sections of path. The path offers some spectacular weather from golden sunsets to stormy seas. In addition there is always the chance to see some interesting wildlife.