Nestled at the bottom of a private lane, the house is just a 2 minute drive off the A30 and the nearest village is Mitchell. The house is perfectly placed with easy access to both the beaches and within easy reach of all that Cornwall has to offer. It is just 8 miles from the centre of Newquay and 8 miles from the centre of Truro. The closest beach is just a short drive away and there are some fantastic walks just a short distance from the house.
You will need a car to get here and the country lane to reach our house has a number of potholes and can get rather muddy in the winter. We also share it with our neighbours who have young children and animals and the farmer. From time to time, you may spot a family of deer who also like to take a wander up and down the lane.
Mitchell Village is a 2 minute drive away, there is a lovely pub called the Plume of Feathers and also a small playground. There’s a Pick Your Own farm that does the most amazing strawberries and a beautiful rose grower that sells the most amazing roses.
Summercourt Village is a five minute drive away – there is a small corner shop that does great pasties and has a post office, where you can also withdraw cash. There’s a small children’s playground in the village.
Porth, Watergate Bay, Fistral and all the other Newquay beaches are a short drive away. Further to the North we love Mawgan Porth, Bedruthan Steps, Constantine Bay, Treyanon. Past Newquay to the South, Crantock, Holywell Bay, Polly Joke are close by too.
Closest Shops & Other Amenities
Premier Stores Summer Court Village, a corner shop with Post Office
Quintrell Downs Spar Shop, a small shop with post office.
Trevilley Farm Stores on the outskirts of Newquay, a wonderful local farm shop with lots of Cornish treats.
M&S, Boots Chemist, Mountain Warehouse, Starbucks and Next at Fraddon are just a short drive up the road off the A30.
Da Bara Bakery, an amazing bakery with the best cinnamon buns and yummy pasties and other savoury goodies.
In Newquay, you’ll find a large Morrisons with petrol station (it does get busy in the summer months) a small Aldi, small Lidl and smaller Asda, Tescos, Sainsbury’s can all be found in town. Some of our favourite local independent shops include Sprout Health Foods and the Good Lyfe a plastic free shop.
In Truro, you’ll find a Waitrose with a very nice but a little pricey Cornish Food Market (the cafe is currently closed), a big Sainsbury’s which has a cafe, pharmacy and petrol station, a large Tescos, Iceland, an M&S and a small Co-op in town, and an Aldi on the outskirts of town.
We are spoilt for choice with two lovely pubs located just a short distance from us The Plume of Feathers in Mitchell and the Fox’s Revenge. (We tend to drive but if you can brave the country lanes you could walk).