Places to Stay
Museum of Witchcraft
About Crackington Haven Beach
Small, but popular beach in a deep bay surrounded by dramatic tall cliffs (good shelter from winds). Mainly pebbles with sand at low tide. Dog ban in place during the summer months. Lifeguards during July and August. Facilities close to the beach. Surfing ok for all abilities.
Closest town: Bude
- Family beach, suitable for all ages
- Dogs not allowed here
- Public toilets nearby
- Lifeguards on duty
- Car parking close by
- Good surfing here
- Easy access, no climbing or narrow paths
Places to stay near Crackington Haven Beach:
Trelay Farm Cottages (Self Catering) Bude (0.54 miles)
Trewartha-by-chy (Cottage) Widemouth Bay (0.62 miles)
Lambs Barton Cottage (Holiday Park) Widemouth Bay (0.71 miles)
Hallagather Farmhouse (Bed and Breakfast) Boscastle (0.95 miles)
Nans-tek (Holiday Park) Widemouth Bay (1.01 miles)
Roskear (Cottage) Boscastle (1.08 miles)
Trevigue Cottage (Holiday Park) Boscastle (1.11 miles)
Crackington Vean (Holiday Park) Boscastle (1.16 miles)
Kiberick Cottage@mineshop, Crackington Haven, Cornwall (Holiday Park) Widemouth Bay (1.19 miles)
Lower Tresmorn Farmhouse (Bed and Breakfast) Widemouth Bay (1.25 miles)
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Museum of Witchcraft (4.36 miles) The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia. The museum...
St Nectan's Glen and Waterfall (6.28 miles) St Nectans Glen is a an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walk to the Waterfall & Hermitage through an ancient...
Bude Castle and Museum (7.12 miles) Now a Heritage Centre with galleries & tourist facilities. Houses the Bude-Stratton Museum.
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Arthurian Centre (7.38 miles) Explore the legend.... Everything about Arthur including an exhibition, video presentation, plus a gift shop, nature trail and small children...
KIng Arthurs Great Halls (7.39 miles) Indoor attraction dedicated to the Arthurian legends and open from March to October. The Hall was first opened in 1933...
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Millook Haven (3.49 miles) A quiet, remote, difficult to get to beach that is great if you are happy with no facilities. In the...
Widemouth (4.83 miles) One mile of flat sand, close to Bude. In the summer dogs are allowed on the rocky (north) end of...
Bossiney Haven (6.50 miles) A sandy beach with difficult access. Dogs fine, pushchairs not! The cove is completely covered at high tide, so low...
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