Endless waves of luxury

Above the Atlantic surf, the luxury comes in endless breaking waves. But Seascape is much more than fancy furnishings. It’s a beachcomber’s delight, a wild-food walk with Rick Stein’s son and a barbie above the Atlantic breakers

Five star self-catering above the Cornish breakers

Set between Trevose Head golf course and Booby’s Bay, Seascape invites you to choose between club and tee and surfboard and sea. Or maybe you’ll just settle for the best beach house in Cornwall. The views of white-foam breakers, granite cliffs and the lighthouse can be enjoyed from balcony, bed and baths.

Inside Seascape, it’s a tale of endless waves of luxury. Self-catering just went five-star. Jill, Rick Stein’s ex-wife, spent £750,000 on a Gaggenau kitchen, while Cherner, Ralph Lauren, Andrianna Shamaris, Sempre and Roche Bobois supply the other hard goods.

There’s softer indulgence here, too, with a personal concierge service, home cinema and hire-in chef. The ultimate takeaway comes in the form of a wild-food walk with Rick Stein’s son, Jack. Hunt, gather, then consume your sea lettuce and red mullet.

In the wild blue yonder, there’s a beach that’s practically your own, thanks to a dearth of local parking, and an acre of garden landscaped with Cornish flora. Surf the waves, walk the coast, roam the rock pools. Then fire up the barbie on the terrace above the Atlantic breakers. Heaven.

Beach, Gardens and Grounds

Outside, there is a large south west facing terrace, with a dining table and chairs for al fresco dining or for watching the sunset over the sea, cocktail in hand.

The large garden is sheltered from the wind by Trevose Head, and is a fabulous sun trap for topping up the tan on the comfortable sun loungers.

A mature hedge guarantees privacy for the few people that walk along the beach, yet there is direct access from the gardens onto the path leading to the beach on your doorstep.

Outdoor dining furniture, sun loungers and a BBQ are provided. There is direct access from the property to the pathway that leads down to the beach below.

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Living Spaces

The beautiful living room, features a cosy woodburner with a beautiful rustic Yew mantle and a striking feature wall of Cornish slate. Sumptuous sofas and luxurious armchairs are the perfect place to relax and enjoy the stunning views through the panoramic windows and folding doors to the garden terrace.

An oversized leather corner sofa, modern film artwork, beanbags, coffee tables, feature wall of American Walnut with inbuilt 50” television and surround sound system, all come together to make the perfect cinema experience for the whole family.

Also on the ground floor is the office, tucked away off the entrance hall to provide a tranquil space in which to catch up on emails or make important phone calls.


Cooking and Dining

The vast open plan dining room has a gorgeous rustic table and a stunning bespoke light made from driftwood and hand blown glass. Locally sourced artwork and sculpture help to create a luxurious and relaxing space, with echoes of the coastal location throughout.

To the right of the dining room a doorway leads through to the bespoke kitchen, a glorious contemporary concoction of brushed steel, granite and glass with the latest technology innovations at your disposal, again with folding doors to the terrace and beautiful sea views.

Of course if you’d rather leave the cooking to the professionals, we can arrange anything from a special meal one evening to full catering throughout your stay.


Seascape has five luxurious bedroom suites sleeping ten guests in comfort and style.

The five spacious bedrooms each have their own sumptuous en suite bathrooms, and all feature balconies with breathtaking views of the sea and golf course.

The Master Bedroom also offers a dressing room for you to pick the perfect outfit for your day exploring the Cornish Coast.

What people say

What people say

"It was billed as one of the best beach house locations in Cornwall... does it live up to it? The answer is yes, yes and another yes!" - Cornwall Life
"Guests at Seascape can claim the creamy crescent of sand they overlook as their own" - Sunday Times
"How you can get a taste of an A-lister's celeb lifestyle" - Western Morning News

Pirates, parties and Padstow

Summon up a chef and get the party started. To clear the head, pedal the Camel Trail, fish the harbour at Padstow, surf the breakers, sail the estuary or walk the coastal path. Dine at Rick Stein’s, sup in a piratical pub or just dig out the buckets and spades.