Complimentary Welcome Hamper
A complimentary welcome hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.
2 Kitts Hill is a superb renovated and extended 1840s Victorian semi-detached house built of local stone with a large private enclosed garden, sun deck and lawn. Located at the heart of the north Cornwall coast and Camel Estuary close to Padstow and Rock providing the dramatic backdrop for much of the filming of the latest BBC adaptation of Poldark.
Sleeps seven guests.
King-size master bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
Bedroom with double bed and bedroom with zip and link twin beds that can be converted to a double bed on request.
Bedroom with small double for single occupancy and a family shower room.
Wood burning stoves in sitting room and in kitchen/dining room.
Sun deck with spectacular views across rolling countryside to the Camel estuary and north Cornish coast.
Children over 3 years old welcome.
Sorry, no dogs.
Parking area at the rear of the property for up to four vehicles.
Minimum stay of three nights.
2 Kitts Hill is situated on the edge of the tranquil hamlet of Trewethern, half a mile from pretty Chapel Amble village with the popular Malsters Arms pub on the village green. This amazing location is perfectly positioned for exploring Padstow (9 miles), Rock (4 miles) Port Issac (3 miles), Polzeath (5 miles), Poldark Country and the beauty and variety of the Camel Estuary and surrounding coast.
Whether it is the great outdoors with fabulous beaches, surfing and water sports, walking the spectacular rugged coast, enjoying a gastronomic dining experience at a top chef’s restaurant, the award winning Eden Project and it’s biomes, exploring quaint fishing villages and harbours, or shopping in the independent shops and galleries, 2 Kitts Hill provides the perfect home from home to discover the fabulous variety of things to do.
This holiday at a glance
Additional featuresOne of the twin beds has a pull out divan suitable for a child.
Spacious Neptune kitchen/dining area with panoramic bi-fold doors.
smeg range electric cooker with double oven and electric hob in kitchen.
Multi-function microwave, small fridge, small freezer and dishwasher.
Three televisions with Freeview and digital radio function.
Garden table and chairs.
Attractions and nearby amenitiesSome of the best beaches in Cornwall are on the doorstep with fabulous golden sandy beaches close by at Rock, Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Harlyn Bay with surf schools, sailing and water sports available or to just enjoy the beauty of the unspoilt scenery and rugged coastline.
Head west to the lighthouse at Trevose Head, then beyond to Trevone with its fabulous Beach Cafe, the National Trusts’ Bedruthan Steps and Watergate Bay, the location for Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall restaurant. A little further on find Newquay and Fistral Beach, the internationally renowned world surf venue.
The beautiful fishing village of Port Issac with its quintessential Cornish fishing harbour, fish market, shops and cafes is just 4 miles away, providing the setting for the Doc Martin TV series and is home to Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen (awarded the UK’s Best Restaurant award in the Waitrose Good Food Guide 2018).
Padstow with its pretty and vibrant harbour, shops, galleries and Rick Stein’s Café, Seafood Restaurant and Fish and Chip Restaurant is 9 miles away by road or 4 miles via the passenger ferry from Rock. Make sure to visit the Lobster Hatchery providing conservation for lobsters in local sea waters.
The Camel Cycle Trail along the Camel Estuary provides outstanding views with cycle hire available at Padstow Quay and Wadebridge.
Prideaux Place, a beautiful Elizabethan manor house, overlooks Padstow harbour. Much of the filming of Poldark takes place against the backdrop of North Cornwall’s breath taking coastline. In the latest BBC adaptation the spectacular headland at Stepper Point, at the mouth of the Camel Estuary and part of the Prideaux Estate was used for some of the most dramatic cliff scenes.
Wadebridge at the head of the estuary provides an eclectic mix of independent and antique shops along with its lovely unique cinema.
The County city of Truro and the Eden Project, the unique eco botanical gardens in Bodelva, on the south coast are in easy reach just 30 minutes’ drive away.
For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here