A new year and a brand new website with a selection of self catering chalets (including Sea Field View). There are pages for local attractions and places to eat along the bay and in the local villages. It also has a newsletter which you can sign up for and a tide times, so you can check when’s best to arrive. It’s easy to use, has fantastic photographs and a good selection of chalets sleeping from 2 to 8 people. I think the site is great and just what the bay needs; we all know it is the Forgotten Corner of Cornwall and it’s just that charm and ‘forgotten-ness’ that people love. Forget the agencies and companies that charge a fortune for a ’boutique’ style bedroom with a glass of champagne as a hidden extra. Look here at the real self catering options and come enjoy the bay, whatever time of year- there’s something for everyone.
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