What's nearby


Bude, Widemouth Bay, and Polzeath are popular with families and several surf schools operate from the beaches. Dedicated lifeguard service.

Other local beaches... Crackington Haven, Rock, Hayle, Porthkidney Sands, Carbis Bay, St Ives, Newquay's Fistral beach and Lusty Glaze.

Coastal and Moors walks

Spectacular walks for all abilities along the Coastal Path.

Explore Bodmin Moor, Rough Tor, Minions and the surrounding area and discover old mines, stone circles and fantastic views. 


On the flat.... Rent a bike at Bodmin or Wadebridge and cycle the traffic-free Camel Trail all the way to Padstow. Enjoy fish and chips or an ice-cream on the harbour before cycling back.

For the more adventurous... Why not try the mountain bike trails at Lanhydrock House in Bodmin? Trails are suitable for all abilities of cyclist, set in the woods around the country estate. Cycle hire is on site.

Canoe and Kayaking/Coasteering

Groups and private tuition available locally. 


Trethorne Golf Club, Kennards House, Launceston

Launceston Golf Club, St Stephens, Launceston

Places to visit……

Tintagel castle

The remains of the castle and grounds on a rocky outcrop, alleged to be King Arthur’s birthplace and surrounded by legends and myths.


Pretty fishing village and small harbour.

Trebarwith Strand

Famous for its dramatic sunsets.

Port Isaac

Fishing village made famous for the TV series Doc Martin.


Picturesque harbour surrounded by local shops and art galleries. 

St Ives

Lovely beach and harbour. For those interested in the arts, Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth museum and the many art galleries around the town are well worth a visit.

Eden Project

Dramatic Global garden housed in tropical biomes, with England's longest zip wire.