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Tregurrian Villas, Newquay, Cornwall

Tregurrian Villas
Watrgate Bay
Newquay
Cornwall

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Tregurrian Villas are a superb and exclusive development, situated just 100 yards from the beautiful sands at Watergate Bay, only 2 miles from Newquay airport and 4 miles from Newquay town centre. There are bars/restaurants within walking distance including "Fifteen Cornwall", the Jamie Oliver inspired restaurant, which opened in 2006. Tregurrian Villas offer two bedroom (twin and double) units over two floors. All villas are furnished and equipped to a high standard throughout. * Lounge/diner with widescreen satellite tv (selected channels), plus dvd player and a convertible double bed-settee * Well equipped kitchen area with cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer plus an extensive range of utensils, crockery and cutlery * Iron and ironing board * De luxe bathroom with shower unit, washbasin, toilet, hairdryer and shaving point * Separate toilet and washbasin * All bedding comprising pillows, duvets and linen included * Full central heating, double glazing and wall safe * Private parking space (for one car per villa) with public car park nearby * Gas and electric included.

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