Seadrift is a cool and comfortable high-end holiday home created with a seaside lifestyle in mind. It’s ideally situated just moments from Falmouth’s beautiful beaches and a short stroll away from the shops, restaurants, galleries and museums of this historic maritime town. The property sleeps six in comfort, has private off-road parking with EV charging.
If you love to wake up by the sea, meander to the beach for your morning coffee, and explore coves and creeks by foot, on a paddleboard or boat, then Seadrift is for you. You’ll be staying in an attractive and quiet residential area with Falmouth’s seafront just 100m away.
The property is on two floors and has a large open-plan living, dining and kitchen space, ideal for a coastal lifestyle. You have a super-comfortable corner sofa and large smart TV for streaming your favourites, a luxury kitchen complete with 90cm induction hob, two ovens, a Quooker boiling tap and a large dining table. This all opens out into the generously sized rear garden which catches sun from morning to evening. You also have an informal snug for those who want to escape the rest of the family.
Sleeping arrangements comprise two super king-sized bedrooms upstairs, each with its own en-suite (one has double shower and basins), and a nice twin room on the ground floor. Adjacent to this is the family bathroom, so all bedrooms have bathroom facilities on hand. Finally you have a useful utility room with washing machine and tumble drier, and a hot & cold outdoor shower for sandy people.
Outside and nearby
There is plenty of garden space around this detached house, and various places to chill out. You have a wildflower garden to the front and a conventional lawn behind as well as paved areas and a goldfish pond. Head out of the front door and in two minutes you are walking along the sea front. You can turn left to little Castle Beach, get a coffee or ice cream, or have a barbecue. This is a great place for wild swimming especially at high tide — and it’s so close you can have a dip before breakfast without being missed. Head right and you come to Gyllyngvase beach. This is one of only a few beaches in Cornwall to have Blue Flag status, recognising that the beach is clean, with the highest quality of water, well managed and safe. Here you’ll find the excellent Gyllyngvase Beach Café with great locally sourced bites and dishes and its own bakery right on the beach. There are lots of other beaches in the area including Swanpool and Maenporth and numerous other small ones. We highly recommend that you get a map or the OS app and enjoy exploring. Falmouth town is an easy walk away. There are countless places to eat and it’s a great place to just wander and soak up the atmosphere. Must-see attractions include King Henry the VIII’s Pendennis castle and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Both these are a short walk from Seadrift.
Things we love…
Our perfect Seadrift day would have to start with a stroll to Gyllyngvase, one of Falmouth’s sandy beaches for a rejuvenating early swim – getting coffee from the great little pop-up van called Tidal (it parks behind the stunning Queen Mary Gardens), picking us a fresh sourdough from the bakery on the beach and back for breakfast. Then a car-free adventure to the Roseland Peninsula by taking the passenger foot ferry to St Mawes across the bay, and then the amazing little Place Creek ferry. Another world awaits, with quiet footpaths, pure sandy beaches and the famous St Anthony lighthouse. We’d return ‘home’, possibly stopping off at the Seafood Bar, to fire up the barbecue and talk the evening away with a favourite Cornish gin to sip — perhaps from our favourite local distillery. Letting the day drift away, at Seadrift.