Lusty Glaze Beach Accommodation
The self-catered holiday accommodation at Lusty Glaze Beach in Newquay, Cornwall, offers a unique experience whether you are on a romantic break or a family holiday.
Imagine opening the doors of your holiday cottage and stepping straight out onto a soft, sandy beach. The Cottage and The Chalet are situated just yards away from the sand and sea at this small, privately-owned cove. Take a dip in the ocean when no one else is around or watch the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean from your own beach terrace. This, and much more, awaits you at Lusty Glaze Beach in Newquay, Cornwall.
Locations for self-catered accommodation don’t get much better than this. In the early mornings and evenings you will practically have the beach to yourself. Then, when you go to bed at night, your natural lullaby will be the gentle sound of the lapping waves.
During your stay, you can go surfing or take part in one of the many activities available at The Adventure Centre. Why not also book a table and savour the delicious food at Lusty Glaze Beach Bar & Restaurant. You’re also just a ten-minute stroll from Newquay town centre with its surf shops, art galleries, pubs, restaurants, and harbour.
The Cottage -
Our lovely beach cottage can sleep six guests in total. There is a double room that overlooks the golden sand, a twin room with two single beds (or one double), and a comfortable double sofa bed in the lounge that offers the best view of all!
The Cottage has a decked beach terrace and a courtyard for al fresco dining or BBQs.
There plenty of modern amenities to enjoy such as a flat screen television, a DVD player, dishwasher, microwave, gas central heating and a wood burner to cosy up by at night.
The Chalet -
Our chalet sleeps six guests via a double room and two rooms with bunk beds. The Chalet is set in an elevated position, just behind The Cottage but still with incredible beach and sunset views. It has a decked courtyard garden.
There is also a flat screen television, DVD player and microwave.
Photographs from Keith Riley Photography