The local area around polzeath
With its glorious position at the mouth of the Camel estuary and the long sandy Hayle Bay famed for its surfing.
The vast Atlantic rollers pound this safe beach making ideal sport for surfers, kite flyers and Windsurfers.
It has a magical atmosphere that draws people back here year after year.
Padstow itself lies on the Camel Estuary, about seven miles from Wadebridge. The area is one of considerable natural beauty with beautiful bays, golden beaches and many interesting walks, particularly along the Coastal Footpath.
Port Isaac is a fishing village on the North Cornish coast that is so charming that everyone falls in love with the place. Port Isaac surrounds a picturesque harbour and nestles in a narrow sheltered valley, with whitewashed cottages crowding the narrow streets and alleyways.
For a fantastic day out with the family, take everyone to Tintagel Castle North Cornwall
Tintagel Castle is steeped in legend and mystery; said to be the birthplace of King Arthur.
What we like to do
For the brave people, why not walk from Padstow to Bedruthan Steps and back.
Port Gaverne to Port Isaac around 2 miles
Port Quin to Lundy Bay around 3 miles.
If you need any more information about fantastic walks ask Louise.
Trevose Golf Course. Looking over Constantine and Boobies Bay.
The Point Polzeath Golf and Country Club, St Minver. Tel: 01208 86300.
St Enodoc ranked 55th best in the world 2009. Outside of the U.S.A.
St Mellion International course
Molesworth Arms in Wadebridge a famous 16th century coaching Inn.
The Pityme Rock serves quality homemade food at very reasonable prices.
St Enodoc Hotel for a sun day Lunch
Combines the very best Cornish produce and breathtaking scenery to create a memorable dining experience.