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“Entering one of the penthouses at Hawke’s Point in Carbis Bay, it felt as if we had walked into a suite at a top hotel, albeit one with all the comforts of home including full kitchen, Bose stereo, WiFi and widescreen TV.” Read more
“Decorated in cream tones throughout, the apartment was spotlessly clean and had a very calm and relaxing feel to it and the furnishings, as stated on the website, did have a very french boutique style to them but with elements of Cornish charm such as the beach house cushions, and wooden feature lamps” Read more
“What really impresses is the attention to detail. There’s a picnic hamper and rug for impromptu beach outings and a stack of DVDs and board games for wet days. The apartment is stuffed with technology, from Wii to WiFi while the soap and shower gels are all [Molton Brown] products. Hawke’s Point is an exercise in sea with style.” Read more
Yorkshire Evening Post
“The plush apartments are just a couple of minutes’ walk from the beach and very reasonably priced. Choose from one, two or three bedrooms, a garden, balcony or penthouse, and soak up the vivid views.” Read more
More than a beach
Carbis Bay is far more than a Blue Flag beach, it really has become a destination of it’s own. Restaurants, spas, watersports and luxury accommodation make this the perfect base to explore West Cornwall. The likes of the Minack, Godrevy, St Ives and St Michaels Mount are all in striking distance, but if relaxing in your holiday home is more your thing, then all the essentials are here for you.
Easy access and facilities in walking distance make Carbis Bay the choice of many, but what’s great is even in the height of the season on a hot sunny day you can still find your own space, be it a bench with a view, a sandy spot on Porthkidney with no one around or just admiring the bay from your balcony.