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Pentowan House, Newquay, Cornwall

Pentowan House
King Edward Crescent

TR7 1HJ | View map

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Penthouse & First Floor Apartments with Stunning Sea and Harbour ViewsPentowan House stands proud above Newquay's headland, enjoying fantastic, far-reaching views over Newquay harbour, Newquay bay and along the North Cornish cost to Trevose head. Minutes walking to Newquay's main town and beaches. 5 mins to golf club.In its enviable position, Pentowan House is as close or distant as you choose to Newquay's fine array of attractions. Set on the coastal path, a short walk will take you to any one of Newquay's fabulous beaches, the harbour, the headland or the town centre. Originally built as a gentleman’s residence in the 1800's Pentowan House has been recently converted into several high quality apartments, each having stunning views out across Newquay bay and Harbour. Pentowan House is a wonderful place to experience sun soaked summer days or the power and beauty of the Atlantic ocean in winter. And after a day filled with discovery, your only dilemma will be whether to watch TV, read a book or simply sit back and watch the world go by.

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