Nohens is tucked away on a quiet street, about 500 yards above the bustling harbour of Padstow on Cornwall’s north coast.
A stunning period house recently transformed by the owner into a super stylish and contemporary home over three floors, perfect for friends or family looking for a spacious and comfortable stay in this highly desirable destination.
Five steps lead up to small paved area and entrance into a lovely modern hallway with oak floors and sweeping glazed staircase.
A comfy living room is a place to relax, furnished with modern soft settee and chairs, a wall mounted Smart TV and lovely bay window allowing light to flood the room.
The hallway leads through into the light and airy open-plan kitchen/diner.
Gloss white units, stone worktops and smart kitchen appliances will provide ample space and opportunity to rustle up family meals.
Relax on the sofa, a wall mounted Smart TV allows you to catch up with your favourite shows whilst enjoying your morning coffee at the breakfast bar.
Patio doors lead out into a suntrap, whitewashed courtyard garden.
Coastal planters and a patio table and chairs making this a lovely spot to enjoy alfresco meals.
A ground floor wet room with drench shower is great to dive into after a day swimming or surfing, and there is also a ground floor cloakroom.
Take the stylish open-tread staircase to the first floor where you will find 3 beautifully presented bedrooms.
A double, twin and super-king double that splits to twin beds providing plenty of sleeping choice.
A bathroom on this floor comes with a bath and drench shower over.
A further king-size bedroom, positioned on the top floor is set into the eaves with low sloping ceilings.
Here you can gaze across the rooftops and soak up the magnificent views of the beach and estuary.
Just a short stroll to the multitude of shops, restaurants and cafes that line the streets of this every popular seaside destination made famous as the base for TV chef Rick Steins.
Padstow sits on the sandy estuary of the River Camel and is close to many magnificent beaches that can be reached in ten minutes from the harbour.
The village of Rock is a trip across the estuary by ferry, made famous for its popularity with the rich and famous, often referred to as the St Tropez of Cornwall and a haven for watersports of all kind.
Whether you are coming to enjoy the beautiful soft sands and azure waters of this alluring destination, a fine dining meal in one of the many excellent restaurants or simply relax and unwind in one of the most desirable Cornish destinations, a stay at Nohens is a perfect choice.
Padstow: very attractive old small harbour town (excellent restaurants, Rick Steins base) on the River Camels sandy estuary.
Many fine beaches very close and headlands for walking; sea birds.
Pedestrian ferry to Rock (watersports, sailing school) and very good golf course (St Enodoc).