Porth cottage has a porch way and stable door that leads into an open plan lounge kitchen/diner with wooden flooring, beautiful exposed beams and thick old stone Cornish walls.
In the lounge you will find a sofa, a flat screen TV, free view and DVD player. The open plan kitchen is fully equipped with built in appliances a microwave, washing machine, fridge and freezer.
One steps leads you to a carpeted hallway with two good size double bedrooms.
Bedroom one offers a zip & link which can be made up as either a double or a twin. please request at the time of booking.
The second bedroom offers a double bed. Porth cottage has one main shower room.
There is also a spare single put up bed available which allows this cottage to sleep up to five people. Please request at the time of booking if you would like to add this on.
Wifi is available through a dongle, however please note signal can be intermittent. Please ask for a Dongle if needed when booking.
Parking is shared with the other barns and located to the front of the property.
During your stay you will have unlimited access to our facilities, including an outdoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and play area which are all shard with the other cottages and yurts at Carnebo.
*Outdoor swimming pool is open from 1st April until 30th September
Shared outdoor heated swimming pool which is open from 1st April - 30th Sept
Shared sauna open all year
Shared hot tub open all year
Dog friendly all year
Perfect for families with children
Children's Play Area
A place for the kids to play while you relax
Short drive to the beach
Golf course within a 15 minute drive
A free wi-fi dongle can be supplied upon request
- Central Heating
- Cot Available
- Double Bed
- DVD Player
- Flatscreen TV (Freeview)
- Highchair Available
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Linen Provided
- Main Bathroom
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- Zip and Link
Our holiday cottages on the north Cornwall coast are the ideal location for exploring some of Cornwall’s most cherished locations. The wildly beautiful landscapes and rugged cliff walks are worth a visit in itself, along with the 70 miles of soft golden sandy beaches.
Take a visit to the famous surfing town of Newquay and experience the exciting atmosphere where surfers and holiday makers combine, with many top class eateries, vibrant nightlife and eight beaches within walking distance from the town centre.
There's lots of family attractions in the area too including a trip to Newquay Zoo where you can meet the lions, penguins and monkeys, you will be spoilt for choice on where to spend your days.
You will find the small seaside resort of Perranporth just 10 minutes away from the cottages, giving you plenty of choice when planning a great day out. Lounge on the long stretch of beach, get wet and wild with a surf lesson, or take a visit to the golf course with amazing views across the bay.
If you get a little peckish then head for a bite to eat at ‘The Watering Hole’ a popular restaurant actually situated right on the beach!
Want fresh bedding and towels daily? Messy kids? We can provide additional cleaning and laundry services on request
Want some space to yourselves on your holiday? Take a look at how we can help make your stay with the kids as stress free as possible!
Food shopping is what you do when you’re not on holiday, why not treat yourself to food deliveries direct to your accommodation
Getting here…. Going there… If you need transport services during your stay, take a look at some of our recommendations
The picturesque surroundings of our cottages provide the perfect backdrop for a stunning Cornish wedding reception or family event
Out & About
What are you waiting for? The award winning Newquay Activity Centre guarantees grin-inducing fun for all!….
Aboard the well equipped Atlantis these fishing trips offer breathtaking views of the Newquay Bay….
One of the finest courses on the North Cornwall coast that offers a challenging round with stunning views….
Enjoy a trek across the beach and through the water of the peaceful Gannel estuary & take in the beauty of Newquay’s scenery….
Get close to over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and endangered animals at Newquay Zoo!
Take the ultimate undersea safari at the award-winning Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay….
Whether want to Discover Scuba or further your experience, Dive Newquay will provide you with an exhilarating underwater experience….
Two miles of golden sands set just 3 miles outside of Newquay….
Part of the National Trust this stretch of golden sands sits against the mouth of the Gannel estuary alongside backdrop of dunes….
The Elizabethan manor house Trerice with fine interiors & delightful garden’s is part of the National Trust and set just outside of Newquay….
A 9 hole course with tree lined fairways and wonderful views across the Cornish countryside….
A fantastic day full of adventure for the kids with train rides, children’s play areas, crazy golf and canoeing….
One of the backdrops for the BAFTA-winning series Poldark, this huge beach is backed by grass tufted dunes….
Gwinear Lakes is a hidden gem just a few minutes away from Carnebo Barns near Newquay….
The surfing mecca of Cornwall, Fistral Beach is the place to learn to surf….
Poldark Mine is the only complete tin mine open for underground guided tours and is regarded as one of Cornwall’s most historic locations….
A visit to this fun farm promises a great value family day out!
A great family day out in Cornwall with a large selection of fun rides and indoor attractions to suit everyone….
With three miles of beautiful, golden sands, Perranporth beach is a spectacular playground for the whole family….
A challenging championship golf course that boasts breathtaking views up and down the coast….
Porth Joke, known locally as Polly Joke, is a small cove nestled between Holywell and Crantock….
Trek around the scenic countryside on local bridleways & beautiful beach rides with Reen Manor horse riding….
One of Cornwall’s most iconic mines, perched high on the sheer red cliffs above Chapel Porth….
Where else in the world can you trek through steamy jungles and experience the largest rain forest in captivity, and meander through the fragrant Mediterranean? Only at Eden….
A challenging par 66 course set amongst exquisite countryside with superb views of the City of Truro….
This world renowned garden’s history dates back to the end of the 19th century is now internationally acclaimed with plenty to see and do….
Explore the amazing island world of St Michael’s Mount and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of incredible history…..
Cornwall’s world famous open-air theatre, carved into the granite cliff overlooks the spectacular panorama of Porthcurno Bay….
Situated on the breathtaking North Cornwall coast and rumoured to be the birthplace of King Arthur, Tintagel Castle is well worth a visit….