Rediscover the simple life at this secluded iconic Cornish beach hut in Millook. First built in the 1920s for use as a genteel tearoom, The Beach Hut is the ultimate beach house hideaway. This unique beach shack in North Cornwall occupies an enviable nook on the edge of a stunning coastal 52 acre estate, making it an idyllic location to inspire writers, artists and lovers alike.
Combining stripped floors with white-washed walls and duck-egg blue clapperboard exteriors to bring about a special rustic charm, The Beach Hut brings whole new meaning to the term seaside chic. This unique property is a popular choice for film and photo shoots, with guests such as Titantic star Kate Winslet enjoying time spent at The Beach Hut on her Cornish holidays. When the sun melts into the dramatic ocean, the awe-inspiring landscape provides the backdrop for the real stars, as millions of them pinprick the velvety blanket of dark night sky.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
The lofty open-plan room at The Beach Hut boasts a cloud-soft king-size double bed adorned with fake furs and the finest of linens to ensure a blissful night's sleep. The small separate wet room with shower, sink and WC is perfect for washing off sandy bodies after a day at the beach (and has just enough room for two...).
Perched on a grassy knoll right on the beachfront, The Beach Hut is set in the small valley of Millook between popular harbour towns of Bude and Boscastle. This secret surf spot (when the conditions are just right) is one of the finest left hand point breaks in the whole of Europe; sit out on the salt-weathered veranda and watch the surfers gather far out at sea as they ride the Atlantic waves using a heady combination of fearless skill and cat-like dexterity.
By day, there are several golf courses, coastal walks and woodland rambles for explorers of any ability. As night falls, lovebirds can enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner alongside the toasty woodburner; or snuggle up under a blanket on the rocking chair outside to stargaze from the veranda. Lovebirds will be soothed to sleep by the lullaby of the sea outside the window after an active day spent exploring this beautiful corner of Cornwall.
There is off road parking for one car. In true back-to-basics style there is no washing machine, but there is a microwave, induction oven, dishwasher and Smeg fridge. Guests are kept cosy with the log burner and electric heating.
- SleepsUp to 2 guests
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- Personally VisitedYes
- BedroomsDoubles: One king-size double
- BathroomsOne wet room with shower, WC and sink
- FamilyChildren: Babes-in-arms onlyCots: No cot availableHighchairs: No highchair available
- BBQA charcoal BBQ is provided
- PetsTwo dogs are welcome
Each pet is charged at £60.00 per week or part thereof
- Mod ConsTV/DVD playerInternet & Communications:Wi-Fi internet (please note phone reception can be patchy)Mobile Signal: Check reception maps
- Arrivals & DeparturesArrival Day: FridayArrival Time: Arrival is at 3pmDeparture Time: Departure is 10am
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AROUND THE PROPERTY
Style: Simple seaside chic at its best. "Rough-luxe" best describes the winning combination of shabby-chic and fabulous interior finds. Stripped floorboards and simple furnishings make this the perfect retreat.
Marketing Manager Francesca says
The Beach Hut is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the perfect location for truly getting away from it all. The peace and seclusion on offer at this simple Cornish beach hut is such a rare find in these modern times- a true secret hideaway perfect for those who long for romance!
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FOOD AND DRINK
The charmingly simple rustic kitchen area might be small but it has all the basics including an induction hob and oven. You can self-cater and enjoy a romantic dinner at the rustic dining table that overlooks the pebble beach and watch the waves crashing against the shoreline.
If you'd rather spend your beach break indulging in the little luxuries, let an in-house chef prepare a mouth-watering meal for you and your party (on prior request and subject to an additional cost).
You probably won’t want to leave The Beach Hut behind once you've arrived, but if you do want a change of scenery, there’s a really great fish restaurant called Life's a Beach which overlooks Summerleaze Beach in Bude, and The Bay View Inn at Widemouth Bay is a good pub in a great location.
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