The Beach

Trebarwith Beach

Trebarwith Strand is approx. a mile from the house and can be reached by road or on foot via road and the coast path or across the fields. Whichever option you choose, distinctive Gull Rock is never far from view.

Trebarwith Strand is one of the best beaches in North Cornwall. A superb expanse of sandy beach with rock pools, caves and exhilarating surf, it is a dramatic sight throughout the year. The Atlantic coastline is great for swimming, body boarding and of course, surfing. Beginners can have lessons at the surf school situated here.

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But Trebarwith beach offers much more than simply the sea. Indulge your creativity by making spectacular sandcastles or try your hand at crabbing in the rock pools. At low tide, the vast stretch of beach is perfect for a stroll or walking the dog (who are welcome on the beach). Scrabbling over rocks or exploring the caves, there is lots to do.

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When refreshment is needed, there is the Port William pub on the cliff edge overlooking the beach. Or the two cafes which serve drinks, good food and delicious doughnuts. In addition, there are three shops for gifts, ice-creams and everything you need for the beach.

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Other nearby beaches are Polzeath, Daymar Bay and Widemouth Bay.