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Spindrift on the Greenaway

50° 34′ 2.631″N -4° 55′ 28.370″W

A rolling lawn melts into the coastal path below at this spacious family home perched above the turquoise waters of Greenaway cove, with uninterrupted sea views forming your holiday backdrop.

Occupying one of the most sought-after positions on the Greenaway, this spacious family home is perched right above Greenaway Beach and is just a gentle stroll from Polzeath in one direction, and Daymer Bay in the other.

Sitting in generous private gardens, you may never want to leave the grounds of Spindrift. As the soft sands and turquoise waters call, you will be spoilt for choice for beautiful beaches within walking distance. Your closest is Greenaway, a longer walk for most so remains quieter in summer months. Here, you can enjoy walks, beach picnics, rock pooling and hunting for cowrie shells.

The famous white rollers of Polzeath Beach are an easy walk away along the softly undulating coastal path. Watched over by lifeguards in summer months, this beach is family friendly and perfect for beach days and bodyboarding. Here, you can hire everything you need for watersports and choose from one of the fantastic local surf schools based right on the beach. In Polzeath you can easily pick up some holiday essentials and enjoy breakfast, lunch or supper in one of the vibrant cafes or restaurants.

In the other direction, discover the soft golden sands of Daymer Bay. Here you can enjoy a spot of wild swimming in the calm waters. On windier days, this is a kite and wind surfer's paradise. Behind the beach is the famous St Enodoc golf course and the crooked spire of St Enodoc Church. Challenge the family to a race up Brea Hill where you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Camel Estuary and beyond.

At low tide the beach at Daymer Bay joins up with Rock Beach. Here, you can enjoy family beach days or head to the sailing club or watersports centre and try everything from wakeboarding to wake surfing and paddleboarding to sea safaris. In Rock you can browse the independent shops and enjoy lunch with a view at The Mariners. You can catch the ferry from the beach which takes you across the estuary to the harbour town of Padstow, home to Rick Stein's array of fantastic seafood restaurants.

To see the exact location of Spindrift, take a look at the map below.

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Walk to the beach

Simply head to the bottom of the garden, out of the wooden garden gate down the path to the South West Coastal Path. Take a left and it will lead you along to the stone steps that take you down to Greenaway Beach. Door to sand is less than five-minutes. For Polzeath Beach, turn right down the coast path and you will be there in fifteen-minutes. Take a left and keep going along the coastal path for Daymer Bay, which is also a ten-minute stroll.

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Spindrift on the Greenaway

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