Awel-Y-Mor is a charming, detached property on a residential road that runs down to Crooklets Beach, close to the centre of Bude, on Cornwall's north coast.
Awel-Y-Mor is a wonderful base for a family or group of six wanting to enjoy a coastal Cornish escape, with several sandy beaches in walking distance, offering fantastic swimming and surfing opportunities.
Step inside the property to find a contemporary, well-equipped kitchen, housing all of the necessary appliances to cook up delicious family meals, which can be enjoyed at the dining table, before retreat to the sofas in the living/dining room and relaxing beside the electric fire while enjoying your favourite shows on the TV.
There is a shower/utility room with a walk-in shower, basin, WC and a handy washing machine, while upstairs is a second shower room, which should limit queues for the bathroom in the mornings.
Upstairs, you will also find three bright and airy bedrooms, comprising a double, a twin with zip/link beds and dual aspect windows, plus a single with truckle bed that's perfect for children.
Outside, you will find off-road parking for three cars, as well as a large garden with patio areas for seating, which is perfect for dining alfresco in the sunshine, along with an immaculate lawn.
The property is well-placed for exploring Bude, and is within walking distance of a host of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants, as well as a lake and a golf course.
You will be spoilt for choice by three picturesque beaches, including Crooklets Beach, which offers excellent surfing and Summerleaze Beach, which has rockpools to explore and beach huts, while Bude Sea Pool is a semi-natural sea pool that's popular for swimming and paddleboarding.
Enjoy visiting Bude's attractions, which includes a 19th century castle with a history museum, art gallery & cafe, and the magnificent South West Coast Path runs right through the town, ideal for walkers wanting to explore the coastline in either direction.
Head north along the Hartland Cornwall Heritage Coast to find a collection of unspoiled, cliff-backed beaches, and continue towards Devon's Hertiage Coast and the picturesque village of Clovelly, with its museums, stunning waterfall, idyllic harbour and family-friendly beach.
Venture south towards Pentire Point, and along the way you will discover Boscastle and its waterfall, plus the fascinating Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, along with the National Trust's Rocky Valley, St Nectan's Glen nature reserve, along with Tintagel's legendary castle, which was the birthplace of King Arthur, Merlin's Cave and the National Trust's Glebe Cliff.
Awel-Y-Mor is a wonderful, family-friendly base from which to discover North Cornwall's stunning coastline.