Based on 8 reviews
The cottage is set in a courtyard of 4 old stone Cornish cottages, all with modern kitchens and facilities, tastefully double glazed to blend in and keep this cottage warm all year
On entering this Cottage, you will notice
the large, Art Deco window, featuring the artwork from
where the cottage gets its name.
You enter into a small hallway, with room for coats and shoes and a curved staircase leading up.
Open plan into spacious lounge, open beams throughout, with comfortable leather 3 piece suite, side tables and lamps, coffee table and 42" LCD Screen TV with Freeview, and DVD player. Lovely exposed stone work on one wall, a Pine cupboard with books, DVDs, board games. Large cupboard under the stairs with vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board and cleaning items. Dual aspect windows and patio doors leading to patio, own barbecue, table and chairs and out to gardens beyond.
From entrance hallway, curved stairway leads up to:
A fantastic, spacious Gallery bedroom, beautifully furnished with 5ft Sleigh bed and memory foam mattress. Table and dressing table to each side with table lamps. Walnut wardrobe and chest of drawers. LCD TV with Freeview. A cot will easily fit in this room.
Lovely large window overlooking the gardens. Door leads off to:
En Suite Bathroom
This is a recently built addition to this lovely bedroom. It has a bath with shower mixer taps, toilet and washbasin. Lovely old stained glass windows let the light flood in from the stairwell.
Back downstairs. Three steps lead down from the lounge to:
Kitchen / Dining Room
This is a lofty room, high ceilinged in part, with original beams on show. Beautifully equipped and has a washing machine, dishwasher, gas cooker, microwave and all the cutlery, china, glassware, oven and tableware for up to 4 people. In a corner of this lovely room is a pretty Oak settle, with Oak dining table and chairs. The window looks out over the gardens.
Leading off from a corner of the kitchen is a small hallway, with door to:
A good sized family bathroom, recently refurbished with a P shaped shower/ bath, toilet and wash basin. Beautifully tiled and the window looks out over the courtyard.
From the small hallway, down four curved, slate steps with a rope handrail, are:
Bedroom 2 ( Please note that Bedroom 2 and 3 are away from the Main bedroom 1 )
Bedroom 2 is a very pretty room with a pair of 3ft Single beds, chest of drawers, wardrobe and bedside lamps. Window looks out over the gardens.
Also from the hallway, door to:
This is very cute and small, with a 2' 6" single bed suitable for a child or a small adult. It has a small chest of drawers, with clothes hooks on the wall. A small window faces the courtyard.
Full Oil Fired Central heating now installed throughout.
This holiday cottage is equipped with the following great features:
Internal area: 81m2
Your holiday cottage in Newquay will be your base in the nation’s favourite seaside resort. The surfing capital of Europe exudes a laid back vibe and is popular with surfers, travelers and holidaymakers from all over the world. Newquay meets the Atlantic coast of Cornwall with 7 miles of stunning sandy beaches and dramatic cliff-laden vistas. Everything you could ever want to find in a seaside rental cottage holiday is available in Newquay Cornwall. With more cottages to rent than most other places in Cornwall, you’re sure to find your perfect holiday lettings accommodation.
Catering to everyone from stag-dos to young families, Newquay has so much to see and do it’s hard to list it all in one page. From its 11 beaches all within walking distance of your cottage in Newquay and the pumping surf at many of them, to a golf course, stunning gardens, an incredible selection of food and nightlife for all tastes, and plenty to keep the kids entertained. After dark in Newquay is a great time to catch local and international bands and DJs perform and if it’s your thing, you can find a really wild party in Newquay town.
From your Newquay cottage you can head out for surf lessons at one of the many surf schools in town down at Fistral beach, Towan beach, or wherever else the surf is working that day. Newquay has grown a reputation for coasteering in recent years also, which is where groups of adventure seekers scale the cliffs and coves of the stunning headlands and leap from rocky heights into the deep Atlantic Ocean. Rock climbing, quad biking and abseiling are also on offer.
For a more relaxed outing or family day in the sun away from your holiday cottage, there is a beautiful, tranquil boating lake in the 26 acre Trenance gardens, complete with rowing boats, pedalos and crazy golf on the side. Then there is the Gannel estuary; vast, dune-laden beach picnic spot popular with young families and couples. Pirate’s Quest (Buccaneer Bay / Tunnels Through Time) is a great family day out with many special events on during the summer and many independent organisations run great kids events in town and on the beaches during the summer holiday weeks, including sand sculpting, treasure hunts and team games.
There are many festivals and events throughout the year, from the town-wide fancy dress party at New Year complete with epic firework display over the harbor, to the annual Boardmasters festival in summer, with hundreds of other events I between. You can find real ale, Cornish cyder, live music and entertainment in town on any night of the week and you won’t have any problem staying truly entertained if you’re planning on getting back to your Newquay holiday cottage late at night or early in the morning.
The harbor in Newquay is one of the most photographed in the country and houses a wide variety of tourist and working fishing boats. Sea fishing charters can be booked easily in many of the numerous tourist / gift shops in town and for those not eager to catch their own dinner, the harbor hosts many fine dining seafood restaurants that do all the hard work for you in spectacularly tasty style.
Newquay cottages also offer nearby attractions including Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium - great days out for the family. A visit to nearby DairyLand Farmworld provides a day's entertainment for all ages in an all-weather environment and the Cornish Cyder Farm, home of the notorious Rattler Cyder is also close by and great family fun (of course, perhaps more fun for the over 18s amongst us). The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre has the largest collection of birds of prey in the Westcountry and it is possible to fly and handle one of these magnificent birds under supervision.
Our holiday lettings and cottages in Newquay allow you to experience the most popular resort in the country from its very heart. Those looking to experience all that Newquay has to offer, but also a quiet place to escape may also want to look at cottages in Mawgan Porth or cottages in Perranporth, both nearby.View more about Newquay
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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay over may halfterm. The Cottage was lovely, with everything that we needed and a lot more inside. The garden and surrounding area was beautiful and peaceful. Close to ammentities in Newquay but equally close to do me beautiful, unspoilt beaches, our favourites being Crantock and Holywell beaches, both National Trust. The owners were friendly and helpful and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend this cottage! None of us wanted to leave!
We stayed in this beautiful cottage for a week over Easter. It is close to Newquay and ideally situated to the airport, road links etc. The lovely people that own it were really helpful. The views are stunning from the cottage and we even had a little visit from the chickens. We loved it so much we are going to book again for next year.
The owners are very welcoming and helpful and this makes the stay at Spiders Web very comfortable.
It is in a great place for exploring the area of Cornwall around Newquay, and further afield.
The cottage itself is lovely and comfortable and is very cosy.
we have missed chairs to sit in the garden. Property was beautiful and location superb.
Lovely cottage peaceful location, car essential as nowhere within walkable distance but we was aware of that. Good value for money .
Good value for money in a nice quiet spot but close enough to some very nice beaches.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here in this stunning cottage, went to Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant twice at Watergate bay, only 5 minutes by car away, so why not! will be returning again.
We stayed in this cottage in August and were blown away by its peaceful yet pristine surroundings. The horse yard is a couple of minute walk away and is perfect for the kids to pet horses and see them jumping in the sand school. The cottage it's self is a traditional stone building with plenty of interesting features, it has a circular large stained glass window half way up the stairs. Facilities are modern with two bathrooms (one handy en-suite) Large gardens with swings and slide. We walked to Porth Beach twice during our weeks stay, stuning country walk which took around 20 minutes. We will be booking next year!