Top of the range refurbished two bedroom house with stunning views over Fistral Beach from the large balcony. Access to a private outdoor heated pool and accompanying children's pool included (summer). Enjoy the seascape of Fistral from this luxury home.
Chacewater, Fistral Court sleeps 4 and has spectacularly stunning views across the sea to Fistral Beach and the Headland Peninsula on to The Rumps and Trevose Lighthouse beyond. One wall, upstairs and downstairs, wall to wall, floor to ceiling is glass allowing you to enjoy the panoramic ever changing seascape of Fistral, Great Britain's premier surfing beach. There is a glass door leading from the sitting room to a very large sea-facing balcony equipped with a black wicker settee and table and chairs. This excellently equipped house allows you to have the perfect holiday whether it be summer, winter, autumn or spring! See the sea up close in all its moods... Brilliant for storm watching in winter, perfect for a surfing break or beach holiday with family.
Guests have the run of the property plus access to the private heated outdoor pool and the adjacent children's pool.
PARKING - available in marked bays on the road and just round the corner from the house.
Interaction with guests
We are based near London so will not be able to meet guests. We do have a contact locally who can deal with any issues that might arise.
No Smoking - The property has a no Smoking Policy.
Booking - You must be over 18 years of age or over at the time of making your booking.
Cancellation - Payments are non-refundable and guests are liable for the full cost if cancelling a confirmed booking.
Behaviour - The property is in a residential area. We would politely ask that our guests act and behave in a way as not to cause nuisance or offence to neighbouring properties. Please note that we are entitled to ask you to leave the holiday property, without refund if in our opinion your behaviour is unacceptable.
Pets - Pets are allowed by prior arrangement only.
Your Responsibilities - You must look after the property. This means you must keep all furniture, fittings and effects, (inside or outside the property) in the same state of repair and condition as at the start of the holiday - You must leave the property in the same state of general order in which you found it - If you break these conditions the Owner/Caretaker can make an additional cleaning charge and/or make a claim against you for repair or loss as a result of damage caused.
Insurance - we recommend that you have holiday insurance. We cannot be responsible or liable for any loss of property, or for accidents/injuries sustained at our property. Please ensure that you lock all doors and shut all windows when not at the property. It is advised that you ensure that your holiday insurance covers the loss/theft or your personal possessions as we cannot be responsible for the compensation of any loss or theft on the property.
Gardens – You are responsible for your children, they must be supervised, or use gardens at their own risk.
Dissatisfaction – Your stay is very important to us, as are your recommendations to others so if there is a problem, please inform us while you are here. Please do not wait until you return home.
Disability Discrimination Act and Caring for your Safety. - It is the guest’s responsibility (particularly parents with young children) to inspect the property and grounds immediately on arrival and note any possible hazards. Check the layout of your holiday property so that in an emergency you can get out quickly and easily. Please note and respect any warning/hazard/restriction notices that the owners have placed in the property and its grounds.
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