The rugged landscape along the coast of North Cornwall has a unique charm and offers a wide range of activities to suit both the young and the young at heart.

Cornwall has long been seen as one of the UKs most desirable places to visit and its magnificent coastline and beaches have been drawing people for hundreds of years. Holiday Makers return year on year to take in the views and walks in our stunning county.

The coast also offers magnificent geological features including the collapsed inland sea cave at Trevone Bay and the Marble cliffs towards Tregudda Gorge, this area has even been surveyed by Cambridge University.

Southwest Coast Path – is a National Trail which leads you via Acorn Markers around the entire Southwest Coast.  Although there are sections of the SW coast path which are not for the faint hearted, there are accessible areas with short and level routes in our area also: Accessible Coast Path Routes North Cornwall

The villages along the coastline to Padstow boast some of the most spectacular beaches in North Cornwall. St. Merryn’s slogan “7 bays for 7 days” illustrates the multitude of coves available.

Beach Safety

Many of the main beaches are patrolled by Lifeguards during the school holidays – please ensure you adhere to their instructions regarding safe use of the sea. More information can be found via the RNLI website link: RNLI Beaches

As well as the glorious coast –  why not plan a visit to the local towns and villages here in Cornwall, or sample one of Cornwall’s visitor attractions. There is so much to see and do whilst staying in the area.

Towns, Villages and Bays

Food and Drink

Days out

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