Harbour Holidays Adds New Padstow Properties for Summer 2019

Harbour Holidays bolsters its property portfolio with the addition of six new holiday homes in and around Padstow on the north coast of Cornwall.

Padstow, United Kingdom - May 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Cornish holiday company Harbour Holidays is excited to announce the addition of six new properties available for visitors to hire in the Padstow area this summer season.

The Padstow holiday specialist recently added the new homes to its website, where potential holidaymakers can check availability and book online.

All six properties are privately owned cottages, houses and apartments in Padstow and the surrounding villages. They all have their own distinct characteristics and range from bijou boltholes to large family residences.

Several of the new accommodation options are located close to the centre of Padstow, where visitors can enjoy spectacular views from the historic fishing harbour, as well as access to first-class shops, pubs and restaurants.

The new Padstow houses to rent are The Pad, Bumblebee and Holly Cottage. All three offer the best of both worlds, as they are near to the town with all its facilities while also being close to stunning Cornish beaches, coastline and countryside.

The latest properties also include peaceful locations in the nearby villages of St Merryn, Trevone and Tregonce near St Issey. Attractive features of these properties include large lawned gardens and spacious interiors, and one has views over open countryside to the Camel Estuary.

Nicky Stanley from Harbour Holidays commented: “We’re really proud to welcome these fantastic new properties to our collection. They are all lovely in their own right and are handily located for memorable holidays in Cornwall.”

The holiday letting agency now promotes a total 174 homes in and around Padstow, making it the largest local agency in this part of Cornwall.

Nicky Stanley added: “It’s great that these holiday home owners have entrusted these special properties to us to manage and promote on their behalf. We look forward to delivering bookings for the owners and welcoming guests into these amazing holiday lets this summer.”

Alongside these six new holiday homes, visitors to harbourholidays.co.uk have a wide and varied range of accommodation to choose from. The wider collection features harbourside cottages, rural retreats, modern apartments and beachside cottages.

Contact Info:
Name: Nicky Stanley
Organization: Harbour Holidays
Address: 1 North Quay, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8AF, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1841-533402
Website: https://harbourholidays.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516830

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