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50° 34′ 10.160″N -4° 55′ 0.191″W

Occupying a hilltop setting minutes from Polzeath Beach, this light and airy beach house boasts a generous garden peppered with palm trees, sprawling social spaces and a stylish balcony for al fresco dining.

Set back from the road that takes you straight down to the golden sands of Polzeath Beach in just minutes, Tradewinds is the ultimate base for a holiday filled with sand, surf and sunsets.

Start your day with a relaxing stroll down to the beach where you can enjoy an exhilarating surf session. With an array of fantastic surf schools based on the beach, you can hire everything you need and be standing up in no time at all. Refuel with a hearty brunch in one of the vibrant surf cafés overlooking the beach.

It's easy to join the South West Coast Path from Tradewinds and you will be spoilt for choice with breathtaking coastal walks. In one direction, stroll on the path that hugs the cliff along to Greenaway Beach, Daymer Bay and Rock. In the other direction, enjoy a ramble up to Pentire Point where you will be rewarded with panoramic views. For a longer adventure, head on to discover The Rumps rock formation and the hidden beaches of Lundy Bay and Epphaven.

For a day out, hop in the car and head to the beautiful estuary-side village of Rock, taking under ten-minutes. Here you can partake in a whole host of watersports in the calm waters of the Camel Estuary. Browse the shops, enjoy a spot of lunch in Paul Ainsworth's pub The Mariners and explore the rolling sand dunes. From Rock you can catch the ferry across the water to the pretty harbour town of Padstow.

The famous fishing village of Port Isaac is also within easy reach (a fifteen-minute drive). Here you can explore the narrow, cobbled streets and spot all the locations made famous by Doc Martin and the Fisherman's Friends film. Sample the best in fresh, locally caught seafood at Restaurant Nathan Outlaw or The Fish Kitchen.

All Polzeath's restaurants and bars are within walking distance of Tradewinds. The popular Oyster Catcher pub is just a two-minutes' walk away and here you can enjoy classic pub food and soak up the vibrant atmosphere. Head along the coast path to The Cracking Crab and enjoy a cold local tipple in the large garden. Head to Surfside on the beach for the best in local surf and turf with a cocktail at the Rum Bar to wash it down. You can also walk in the other direction into Trebetherick and enjoy a delicious meal at the colourful restaurant The Mowhay.

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

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Walk to the beach

Simply head out of the driveway, take a left and walk along the road that meanders down through Polzeath to the beach. Door to sand takes just five-minutes. Alternatively, head right up the hill and take the first right which will lead up and around to the left and down to join the South West Coast Path. Here, you can easily access Greenaway Beach and walk along to Daymer Bay.

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