March 13, 2005

Daymer Lane House For Rent

To rent this house please use the John Bray website for bookings.

Take that long weekend you’ve been putting off…no more excuses…bring your laptop, plug in to our broadband connection, and keep in touch with the office in between walks on the beach, surfing at Polzeath, golf at St. Enodoc, or dinner at Rick Stein’s.

House on Daymer Lane. Lovely old Cornish ship captain's house, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 8 comfortably.
House and garden
The Garden. Large garden with room for badminton and football.
Garden
View towards Stepper Point (across from Polzeath). From the cliffs at Daymer Beach.
View towards Stepper Point (beyond Polzeath)
Daymer Beach towards Rock and Padstow. Fantastic beach for swimming, rock pooling, wind surfing, and walking.
Daymer Beach towards Rock and Padstow

Master bedroom with bath

View of St. Enodoc Church from Master bedroom

2nd bedroom with separate bath
(3rd bedroom with single bed and bunk-beds not shown)

Living room

Eat in kitchen

Eat in kitchen

Daymer Lane House For Rent

A traditional Cornish house, built in the 1860s, stands in its own large secluded, sheltered garden, very close to the sea.which is just 200 yards down a beautiful lane at Daymer Bay; where youll find a stunning sandy beach at the mouth of an estuary, thats ideal for swimming, sandcastles and rock pooling adventures.

From there, it is just a mile across low grassy cliffs to Polzeath with its famous surfing; then on to the traditional fishing cove of Port Isaac over high craggy cliffs.

Or, walk a mile and a half in the other direction to Rock, with its great sailing and challenging links golf course. From there, take a ferry to Padstow, for easy cycling along the camel estuary and its magnificent birdlife; then back to dinner at Rick Steins famous seafood restaurants and great value fish & chip shop.

From the upstairs windows you can see Daymer Bay and the estuary on one side, and St. Enodoc Church and the golf course on the other.

The house has four bedrooms, and sleeps eight (8) comfortably. It includes two double bedrooms (one with ensuite bathroom), a single bedroom, and a bunk bedroom that sleeps 3. There is also a travel cot for infants and lots of childrens books. There are two bathrooms upstairs, and a downstairs loo.

Other rooms downstairs include:

  • Kitchen/dining room, with woodburning stove, gas cooker, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, large selection of plates and serving dishes, and many other cooking utensils.
  • Sitting room with open fire, sofa chairs, colour TV, VCR/DVD, stereo CD player, upright piano and board games.
  • Study with single sofa bed, chairs, telephone/broadband internet connection and a wide selection of books.
  • Rear hall/utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and high chair.

Pillows, blankets and duvets are provided. Linen and towels are not.

Posted by: Frank @ 8:43 am — Filed under:

13 Comments »

  1. do you have availability in August 2005
    thanks

    Comment by Ian Downie — March 21, 2005 @ 10:08 pm

  2. Is the house available for the week 11th - 18th June?

    Comment by Stephan Ludwig — May 15, 2005 @ 4:03 pm

  3. Hi

    Just checking if the last 2 weeks of July are free.
    Thanks
    Jeremy

    Comment by Jeremy Sice — October 1, 2005 @ 5:05 pm

  4. hi, is this beautiful house avalible from the 7th-14th June 06.

    Comment by Katie White — November 30, 2005 @ 2:59 pm

  5. optimistic question - is it available May half term 2006? (may 28 - June 2ish)

    Comment by Fiona Tchen — January 20, 2006 @ 10:49 am

  6. Hi, is the house free from 18th March for one week?
    Thanks
    Ian

    Comment by Ian Vickery — March 7, 2006 @ 10:11 am

  7. Dear Jonathan, Having spent another glorious week nr Daymer Bay, we’d love to book your house for a week next year; May half term, or a bank holiday week - or even the week after Easter next year; sorry we couldn’t book with you this year; are any of those dates available next year? claire Ferrer

    Comment by claire ferrer — April 23, 2006 @ 6:06 pm

  8. Hi There
    Do you except well behavioured dogs? Do you have any availibility from the last week of July to the 2nd week of August 2007 and how much will each week cost? Thanks Leanda

    Comment by Leanda — December 5, 2006 @ 9:14 am

  9. Is your house available from 12/7/07 for one week?

    Comment by debbie adams — January 12, 2007 @ 5:23 pm

  10. We are wondering if you have any availability for July this year?

    Comment by Nicky Laird — January 16, 2007 @ 7:40 pm

  11. Is the house free for one week from 4th July 2008? If so, how much? Thanks

    Comment by Amelia Harris — January 29, 2008 @ 6:45 pm

  12. do you have any vacancies for 2010 please?

    Comment by jayne mason — February 27, 2010 @ 10:37 am

  13. We were wondering what the avaiablility and rates would for May 27th 2011 to June 3rd. We also were wondering how far the home is from Falmouth? My mum lives in falmouth and we are getting married May 21st 2011 and plan on spending our honey moon for one week in London then the second in Cornwall. We live in the US now and are very excited about finding a quiet place for a visit. Look very forward to hearing back from you, Kerry Kelly

    Comment by Kerry Kelly — September 8, 2010 @ 3:18 pm

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