Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Polzeath (Hayle Bay)
Small village on the headland opposite Padstow with a great surfing/family beach.
Family Accommodation near Polzeath centre:
Valley Caravan Park (Family Accommodation) Wadebridge (0.11 miles)
Westward14 (Family Accommodation) Polzeath (0.14 miles)
Oystercatcher Apartments (Family Accommodation) Polzeath (0.14 miles)
Tidewood (Family Accommodation) Polzeath (0.15 miles)
Godolphin (Family Accommodation) Polzeath (0.16 miles)
Linkside (Family Accommodation) Polzeath (0.73 miles)
Lellizzick Bed And Breakfast (Family Accommodation) Padstow (1.73 miles)
The St Enodoc Hotel (Family Accommodation) Rock (1.87 miles)
Grooms Cottage (Family Accommodation) Rock (2.09 miles)
Cornwall Caravan Holidays (Family Accommodation) Rock (2.14 miles)
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Polzeath (Hayle Bay) (0.26 miles) One of Cornwall's 5 designated Blue Flag beaches. A large sandy beach, great for families and surfers alike. No dogs...
Daymer Bay (1.00 miles) A large sandy beach just inside the mouth of the Camel estuary. very shelterred here, good swimming! Facilities close by...
Lundy Bay (1.49 miles) A smallish rocky/sandy beach that connects with the bay next door (Epphaven) at low tide (the only time to be...
Hawkers Cove (Padstow) (1.71 miles) Part of the long sandy beach, along with Harbour Cove and St Georges Cove, that makes up the south side...
Padstow Museum (2.41 miles) This small but interesting museum is situated just 50 metres from the harbour side in the port of Padstow on...
Prideaux Place (2.49 miles) Elizabethan manor house and the home of the Prideaux family since its completion in 1592. The house, gardens and deer...
Long Cross Victorian Garden (3.29 miles) Unusual Victorian gardens situated on Cornwall's north coast. Retaining their original layout, the gardens are designed to survive the local...
Trevanion Culver House (5.55 miles) ...originally served nearby Trevanion Manor
Southern outskirts of Wadebridge (OS Map 200; ref SW 999716)
This well preserved 13th to 14th century...