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POLZEATH

Polzeath is a small village situated between Port Isaac to the north and  Rock and Padstow to The south, home to a fantastic “Blue Flag” beach and one of the world’s most renowned surfing destinations. With on beach parking it hosts surf schools, coasteering, paddle boarding, shops and restaurants.
Reasons to visit Polzeath include:  fantastic beach with lifeguard cover, haven for surfers, nature reserve, with dolphins, bird watching, South West Coast path with views of the rugged coastline, waterfront restaurants and coffee shops

Wavehunters Surfing in Polzeath and Rock for Boat trips, surfing and SUPs
Surfs up Surf School.
Cornish Rock Tors for Coasteering and kayaking

The Point at Polzeath, gym, swim, tennis, restaurant and golf.

 

ROCK

Is situated in the sheltered tidal Camel Estuary, opposite Padstow connected by a 5 minute ferry ride that runs daily throughout the year.
Considered now to be one of the most sought after holiday property destinations in the UK, it offers sailing, waterskiing, fishing and wildlife seas safari trips. At low tide, It boasts 3 miles of unbroken sandy beach, stretching from Daymer bay to Rock

Camel Ski School , Rock for SUP, water skiing, kayaking, boat driving courses
Wavehunters
Fishing trips from Rock .Rock Fishing Trips

Camel sailing in Rock.  Camel Sailing

 

Padstow

A charming working fishing port and famous foodie destination, surrounded by glorious sandy beaches and is the start/end point of the Camel Trail.
Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant, Deli, Cafe
Prawn on the Lawn
Barnabys Bistro
No 6 ,Paul Ainsworth
Lobster hatchery

 

Daymer Bay

Situated between Polzeath and Rock, Daymer bay is a stunning family and dog friendly sandy beach, with parking.  Out of season it is a popular Kitesurfing and windsurfing destination
Wind Guru
Kite surfing, windsurfing, beaches

 

Port Isaac

Is a traditional fishing village with a vibrant local community, home to the TV series Doc Martin under the pseudonym starring Martin Clunes and the sea shanty singers the “Fisherman’s friends”

Nathan Outlaw Michelin star restaurant & Outlaws Fish Kitchen

 

Golf 

Trevose Golf and Country club
Outstanding Links Golf course 30 minutes by car
Trevose
St Enodoc Golf Club  Undulating links Golf course overlooking the Camel estuary. 5 Minutes by car
St Enodoc
The Point at Polzeath: Golf, gym, swimming pool, tennis courts and airstrip
2 Minutes drive

 

Eating Out

Rick Stein

Nathan Outlaw
No.6
Jamie Oliver’s 15 Cornwall
Nathan Outlaw
St Kew Inn
St Tudy Inn

Eating In

Home cooked freezer meals are available delivered to your accommodation, these are prepared by our sister-in-law Fee Turner, using predominantly locally sourced ingredients.
To see all her delicious menus and to order online, please view her website, or you can now buy her freshly made meals in her shop in Rock
 www.feesfood.co.uk
 


Things to Do

The Eden project is a popular visitor attraction in Cornwall. Inside the two Biomes are plants that are collected from diverse climates all over the world. 
 

Poldark Country, Poldark is the BBC’s brooding popular drama series filmed in Cornwall

We are minutes from the South West Coast path
Go to the beach anywhere near us turn left or right and you will be on the South West Coast path and on the edge of an amazing experience, walking a section of the 650 miles of coast path which is a part of the longest National trail in the UK.

Why not bring your own bikes or hire them from Wadebridge or Padstow and set off down The Camel Trail .Running through both a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) the Camel Trail is an 18 mile largely traffic free, surfaced and virtually level multi use trail which passes through some of the most spectacular countryside in the south west.

 
 checking the surf on Polzeath Beach

checking the surf on Polzeath Beach