You can feel the joy of past meals, family occasions and jovial times emanating through this house. Dine next to the floor to ceiling, living room windows. The jaw-dropping sea views and warmth from the comfortable interior encompasses you and the holiday vibe flows.
Carrick Treath is an idyllic holiday home by the beach for a large family or group – even the family dog is welcome. The accommodation is well-planned, spacious and furnished to a high standard throughout.
The established, south-facing, enclosed gardens enjoy fabulous uninterrupted views of the water. A more divine spot for those who love water-sports – being just meters from the beach – is hard to imagine. There is a wet room for storage of wet weather gear, sailing accessories, wetsuits, etc. as well as a double shower.
Loe Beach is for swimming, sailing, kayaking and paddle-boarding – Loe Beach Water-sports Centre and (seasonal) Cafe supports with their friendly tuition, equipment hire and good food. If you prefer to observe the deep blue from a gentler incline, put your feet up at Carrick Treath and enjoy from the terrace, as the sea birds dip and dive and you breathe in the ‘Vitamin Sea’.
If you can bear to tear yourself away, Falmouth is approximately 10 miles and Truro 6; both offer good shopping facilities, restaurants and entertainment in the forms of museums, cinemas, play parks and art galleries.
Due to its huge popularity, we advise booking well in advance for this marvellous, self-catering holiday home.
entrance vestibule with coat storage and space to kick off your shoes. Be prepared to be wowed by the view!
five zoned induction hob, grill, multi-function oven, fan oven, slow oven, microwave, dishwasher, extractor fan, fridge/freezer, kitchen table and 6 chairs.
Large open plan living area
with huge floor to ceiling windows enabling you to take in that gorgeous view. The furnishings include a dining table and chairs for 8, open fire, comfortable sofas and recliner, flat screen television, digital Freeview box, radio/cd player and a selection of books, games and magazines.
king-size double bed, wardrobe with drawers, bedside tables, lamps and breathtaking views from bed!
king-size double bed, large wardrobe, bedside lighting, chair, recessed shelving and those wonderful water views again.
gorgeous new (April 2017) en-suite bathroom, with bath, hair washing attachment, stunning illuminated wall panel, separate shower, two basins and a heated towel rail. Open from bedroom and down one step. Separate wc.
with twin beds, large built in cupboards, bedside table and lamp. French doors to garden and small patio area.
with twin beds, wardrobe with shelving, bedside table, light, chair and basin.
with bath, basin and wc.
with large shower enclosure, basin and wc.
for warm weather use, with tiled floor, double shower and plenty of wetsuit & wet weather gear storage.
with washing machine, freezer, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board, sink and clothes airer.
First floor sitting room
set up as a teenager’s entertainment area with a comfortable, reclining sofa, TV and DVD player.
landscaped, well established, colourful, secure/enclosed garden, with terraced patio area, charcoal BBQ, large lawn, secluded spots, driveway providing parking for two/three cars, outside foot washing area, hooks for hanging and cleaning wet weather gear and wetsuits.
ample parking for up to three cars. Please note that the owners boat is often stored on the driveway.
Location and Surrounding Area
Feock, home to the King Harry Ferry and the National Trust’s Trelissick Garden is surrounded by wood fringed creeks and enjoys the calm and serenity of the River Fal. The nearby Punchbowl and Ladle at Penelewy serves excellent food, or take the King Harry (car and passenger) Ferry across the river to St. Mawes and explore all that this picturesque village has to offer.
Carrick Treath is moments away from the tidal Loe Beach. A host of beaches lie just a short distance away, from the surf-spots on the north coast (45 mins) to blue-flag beaches and quite sandy coves in Falmouth ad the Helford River.
Truro and Falmouth in opposite directions offer good shopping facilities and opportunities to eat out are aplenty. Although once settled into life at Carrick Treath, you’ll be forgiven if you never want to leave.
- November 2021