Welcome to  SPINDRIFT


5 Rooms (sleeps 10)

Grade II Listed

Beach Access

Pet Friendly

Situated in the heart of the historic twin fishing villages of Kingsand/Cawsand on the beautiful Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall is Spindrift beach house, a five bed-roomed Grade II listed, roomy, Georgian ‘house on the beach’.

This beach-styled holiday home is perfectly placed in a shoreline location, and embodies the private beach house concept. The layout of the house takes advantage of the exceptional sea views, while the interiors and décor feel sumptuous, exuding tones and elements of luxury and comfort.

The ground floor plays host to the warm and enticing living areas which are bold in space for a property of this age and character built c.1740. The main living area is refined with a whitewashed beach-feel, boasting large and comfortable sofas as well a wide screen Smart TV and ceiling mounted speakers.

An intimate dining room features a large dining table which comfortably seats up to 10, with a large original stone fireplace. Our kitchen is fully equipped and offers a large breakfast table complete with a high chair for the little ones.

Spindrift provides a unique blend of space for a large group, luxury and comfort, with just the right amount of practicality you would expect in a property that has direct access to a beautiful pebbly and sandy beach (an outside shower, sensible flooring and resilient soft furnishings).

This is coastal living at its best.

Exceptional sea views, a large outdoor socialising area, room for the children to play and a large boatshed (complete with table tennis table) for storing all that beach paraphernalia – buckets, spades, fishing nets, flippers, snorkels, surf boards …

If you want to relax at home, Spindrift has everything you need for a ‘duvet day’ – comfy beds (some with a sea view), ensuite bathrooms and plenty of entertainment technology for lazy or rainy days, including high speed fibre broadband Wi-Fi, a Sonos music system and full Sky TV package.

The Living |Room

The Dining Room

The Kitchen

Sea view



Private courtyard


Boatshed/games room




Full Sky TV


Coffee machine


En-suite master room


Linen and bath towels




Washing machine


Tumble dryer


Travel cots








Central heating


The Area

The charming and unspoilt fishing village of Kingsand (along with its twin village of Cawsand) with its multi-coloured houses has an infamous smuggling past and is located on the Rame Peninsula in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

Today, the village still retains its original cultural traditions and architecture, whilst keeping up with the modern, making this destination perfect for those wishing to enjoy the character and history of the area.

There are many extensive coastline walks available in the area, and also a number of renowned surfing beaches a surf school and golf courses in close proximity should you wish to partake in some sports. Well behaved dogs are also welcome in the house.


Whitsand Bay Beach offers three miles of stunning beach from Rame Head to Portwrinkle and is considered one of Cornwall’s hidden gems. Four golden sand beaches backed by sheer cliffs combine to create stunning scenery.

The secluded beaches of Kingsand itself are south east facing, boasting views across the Plymouth Sound and the passing yachts and sailboats. Extensive rock pools are revealed during low tide, making this a perfect holiday spot for families.

Within a few minutes stroll you will be able to visit any of several pubs and restaurants which serve excellent cuisine, as well as a raft of proudly locally made beers. The beachside area is car–free so adults can take a relaxing lunch in the excellent sea front Inn overlooking the beach, and the little ones can play in a very safe environment.


The Rame Peninsula also hosts part of the “Cornish Discovery Time Trail” inc. Mt Edgcumbe House as well as the famed South West Coastal Path (630 Miles long) which runs past our front door. Heading west will take you to Penlee Point, Rame Head and Whitsand Bay. You can return direct via downhill road to Cawsand (1 mile) or return via the coastal path.

Heading east will take you through via many paths along the coast line to the grounds of Mount Edgcumbe House & their formal gardens (4 miles).