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Beach Head Bunkhouse


Bunk House
Park Head, St Eval, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7UU
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Accommodation Info

Beach Head Bunkhouse is a converted barn giving comfortable accommodation for up to 14 people in a stunning coastal location, 8 miles from Newquay and 5 from Padstow. Perfect as a base for many outdoor activities with beautiful scenery, high cliffs, glorious sandy beaches and nearby moorland areas.The South West Coast Path is just a few hundred yards away.

Two dormitories each sleep 6 in bunkbeds, both with adjoining single-bedded leaders rooms. Mattresses are provided but visitors must bring sleeping bags, blanket (if required) and pillows. Below each dormitory is a washroom with showers, toilets and hand basins. There’s a large common room on the ground floor for eating and relaxing, with a multi-fuel stove (logs not provided) and comfortable seating. There is a fully equipped kitchen with cooker, fridge and freezer, and a laundry with washing machine and drying racks. It has night storage heaters throughout the building.


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Paths within 5 Km of this accommodation:

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