'Seabrookview' is a privately owned modern chalet,
maintained to the highest standard. It is equipped with all modern amenities
and sleeps 4 adults comfortably. The chalet has one double bedroom and
a comfortable double sofa bed in the lounge area. The kitchen is modern
with a full size cooker, fridge and microwave. Off the bedroom is the
bathroom, with electric shower. Outside there are two patio areas, one
being decked, with outstanding views of the Cornish coastline and sea.
The beach is about five minutes walk from the chalet.
It is very safe for bathing and at low tide there is a large expanse
of sand with rock pools to keep the children happy for hours searching
for crabs and shrimps.
Cedar Park is set in a quiet, secluded location close
to the coastal path. This is easily accessed directly from the site
where you can relax and enjoy easy walks with panoramic views over Plymouth
Sound and towards Cornwall. For the more active walkers there are over
thirty more rural footpaths in the immediate locality for you to discover.
Guests enjoy the peace and tranquillity and appreciate the quality environment.
Bovisand and the Plymouth area appeal to visitors who
love places with historical interest, so relax and be inspired, whether
it's golf, fishing, walking, water sports or just enjoying the simple
things in life..
Cedar Park is only five minutes drive from the Mount
Batten Centre - 2 miles away, where you can arrange almost any water
sport including sailing and diving. From here it only takes 4 minutes
by Water Taxi to the Barbican in Plymouth. Boat trips around the Sound
and up the River Tamar to the Naval Dockyards can also be arranged from
the Barbican. Within 1 mile of the chalet is Staddon Heights golf club
with panoramic views of Plymouth Sound, open to non-residents. If you
enjoy riding, the nearest stables are at Wembury, 5 miles away.
Plymouth City centre by road is only six miles away.
Here you will find a wide variety of excellent tourist attractions including
the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Pavilions with a fabulous leisure
pool and ice rink and The Theatre Royal where regularly London West
End Shows start their life. If you are feeling adventurous, try the
dry ski slope or toboggan run, which is open all year round.
The historical site of the Hoe should not be missed where
Sir Francis Drake played his famous game of Bowls whilst the Spanish
Armada approached, nor should the Barbican where you will find an assortment
of cobbled streets with small rustic shops and fashionable restaurants
- in this area you will also find the Plymouth Gin factory which arranges
regular factory tours.