Sea Gem sits in an area of outstanding natural beauty protected as a World Heritage Site and is situated off Beacon Drive near Chapel Porth.
Sustainable building materials and finishing touches have been carefully selected for the construction of this environmentally friendly home. The timber framed buildings are supplemented with cedar cladding, stone walling and also sedum roofs which provide additional insulation as well as a rooftop habitat for plant and wildlife.
Double aspect bi-fold doors open onto a large wooden decking which encompass two sides of this stunning holiday home. The glass balustrade allows uninterrupted views towards the sea and beautiful countryside and the timber decking area is perfect for summer breakfasts, lazy lunches and relaxing evenings. The property has a parking space and access to the communal gardens which have been landscaped by local specialists to ensure a perfect complement to the wild, rugged and beautiful countryside.
Just a 15 minute walk away from Sea Gem, down a winding road lies the National Trust beach at Chapel Porth. Recognised as one of the most exquisite beaches in Cornwall, Chapel Porth Beach is popular with surfers, walkers and holiday makers all drawn to its beauty, golden sands, rock pools and crashing waves.
St Agnes is a charming little town full of Cornish character. Lively, welcoming and community spirited, St Agnes has many really good places to eat and drink including several excellent pubs often playing live music. There are surf shops, craft boutiques as well as a wealth of art galleries displaying local art.
Further afield, the Cathedral City of Truro is only 9 miles away and Newquay/Cornwall Airport 14 miles along the coast. You can also discover world class attractions such as the Tate St Ives and the dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes; the Eden Project – both within an hour of Sea Gem.
Over the last few years, Cornwall has seen a significant rise in imaginative and award-winning producers springing up throughout the county and with nowhere very far away, local products mean exactly that. This has resulted in an eclectic selection of fine food and drink making its way onto the tables of the best chefs in Cornwall, creating a food lovers paradise.
Magnificent sandy beaches, wild green countryside, huge craggy cliffs – and of course the ocean itself gives those with a spirit of adventure and a love of the outdoors, one big, beautiful playground. The local beaches are renowned for surfing and other forms of wave riding. Other popular activities include walking, cycling and coasteering. Travel less than forty minutes and you can experience sailing and many more activities on the South Coast of the county.
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