Casa Piedra is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the converted stables of the original Roserrow Farm. The open plan living area with double ceiling height and structural feature beams is light and bright with French doors to the west-facing garden. The adjoining spacious kitchen/dining area sits under a mezzanine level and benefits from the morning sun.

Cada Piedra is just a short walk from the restaurant, bar, tennis courts, golf course and health club at The Point. Polzeath and the beach is only a 15-minute walk along public footpaths.

Self-catering offer PolzeathGround floor

  • spacious entrance hall with tiled floor
  • utility room with washing/tumble dryer, walk in shower and WC
  • master bedroom: zip link bed/Super King, en-suite bathroom
  • open plan-living area with double doors to the garden, freeview TV, DVD player and music system
  • open plan kitchen/dining area with electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and Nespresso Machine

First floor

  • bedroom 2: twin beds, en-suite bathroom with walk in shower
  • mezzanine level with king size bed, desk and sofa


  • west facing, lawned private garden with patio and garden furniture
  • coal BBQ
  • parking for two family vehicles at the front

Important Information

  • Wifi (high speed/infinity broadband)
  • Leisure membership included
  • Linen and towels included (please bring beach towels)
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • No pets

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What people are saying
Simply brilliant...all of it
“We booked 4 nights in an apartment last minute in an attempt to squeeze in some family time to our crazy lives. We had not visited The Point before but the apartments seemed perfect for us. Despite the weather we had an absolutely magical time all thanks to the team at The Point. The apartment was immaculate but not stuffy or intimidating for a family with children prone to breaking anything remotely precious. The balconies were safe for the kids and had amazing views across the wildflower area to the sea and Pentire Point. Super cosy with very comfortable beds meant we all slept very well and spent our mornings lazily curled up on the sofas absorbing the views before braving the elements and going beach hopping. See trip advisor to read more.”

Sun kissed family bliss
“We booked a family week at one of four very large new build family houses well set out just off the road up to The Point golf. The site is well off the beaten track so it is a safe place for young children to play. The house is accessed from a modern exterior wooden stairway to a landing and once inside offers a huge sun terrace right off the main lounge which is furnished with modern loungers enough for twelve. Brilliant service throughout and they can’t do enough to help you enjoy your stay. Overall this is an exceptional service as it has the exclusivity and peace supported by a staff team who know their jobs. The overall family conclusion was “This environment enabled a very memorable holiday for each and every one. Can’t praise it enough! See trip advisor to read more

Get to The Point
“This was our third visit to The Point at Polzeith and yet again we were delighted. There really is something for everyone from the exceptional choice of accommodation to gym classes golf tennis indoor pool bar and restaurant. We stayed in one of the new apartments this time- luxurious is a fitting description. Every night we all sat on the upper balcony looking out over rolling hills down to the sea- perfect.”

Great week at The Point
“The 10 of us had a great week at the point. Accommodation was good. Everything worked and the kitchen was well used. The bar and restaurant did us proud. Staff very helpful. We played a lot of tennis and the lads also played quite a bit on the soccer pitch. I even got grandchildren out on the driving range and 8 of us the next day played 9 holes. We did some coastal walks and the young amongst us spent many hours surfing at Polzeath. All in all it was worth the long drive from the North West. So I obtained many accolades from the children and grandchildren for booking the week”