Signage and focus points across the site to help remind and clarify More space between seating in our shared areas and restaurant Markers to help you keep your distance and find your way around Just like guests, we ask that visitors follow the Government’s rule of six people only in a group, when using our spaces or making reservations.
Read forehead IMS Health and hygiene have always been a top priority for us, and since reopening we’ve pushed standards even further. Alongside this, technology minimizes paperwork, we’ve taken cash out of the equation and have sanitizer points across the hotel.
Read forehead lessee’re following guidance from Surf England to keep our Extreme Academy activities safe, so you can get out in the great outdoors. Book your lessons with the app All wetsuits are sterilized after each use Equipment hire is available from the Extreme Academy Paper-less online forms for lessons and hire reducing contact Due to current restrictions, the changing rooms remain closed.
We are currently working with town and parish councils to open as many public toilets as we can in order to cope with demand and help with washing hands during the pandemic. Those that are open will be cleaned and re-stocked three times a day, but if you are using these facilities please remember to stay alert and ensure you follow social distancing measures as best you can.
In order to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the public and staff the toilets will close for cleaning and repairs. Use our short online form to report an issue with a public toilet.
Would you send a friend who is visiting for the first time to this place or activity? YesNoUnsure We take pride in the cleanliness of our rooms, and all bedding is provided.
Our largest rooms sleep 7 – 8 people and our family rooms sleep 4 – 5 people comfortably There are plenty of hot showers and toilet located throughout the building for your comfort.
The gardens are a bit of a sun trap on a lovely summers day if you’d like to escape the beach for a few hours. BBQ AREA: We have 2 BBQ areas located in the gardens, free to use for all lodge guests.
At low tide the beach at Watergate becomes a vast expanse of unbroken golden sand backed by high cliffs. The bonus is with its size and distance from the town (2 miles) you can still find a quiet piece of sand to yourself.
The beach is set between the cliffs Travelogue Head to the south and Stem Point in the north and the coast path here is well worth exploring. Combined with its size and location this has made it very popular with local surf schools and perhaps best known the Extreme Academy.
Cornwall with 300 miles of coastline has beaches that meet every need. From a quiet safe family beach with gentle slopes and rock pools to pounding adrenaline sports waves that come thundering in across the Atlantic.
Look at and understand the flags and make sure you do not go swimming amongst the jet skis or vice versa! At low tide as there is lots to explore; caves, rock pools and dry sand for sheltered sun bathing if the wind is blowing offshore.
In comparison to many beaches in north Cornwall, the beach at Wide mouth Bay consists of a mile of flat sand backed by low cliffs and grassy fields. The beach is rocky in places providing many rock pools harboring marine wildlife.
This gently shelving, sandy beach is surrounded by cliffs and situated in an area of great geological interest. The beach has golden sand and little alcoves to sit and watch away the day.
Good size of sand and rock, popular with both surfers and families. Town Beach, Cocaine and Great Western Beach in New quay join together at low tide to form a great expanse of sand.
The beach offers soft sand, easy swimming, fun family surfing, exciting rock pools to explore at low tide, sea fishing and the unique ‘Cocaine wedge’ for boogie boarding. There is level access to the beach via adjacent car park across the road.
The beach is surrounded by dunes on one side and the town’s canal on the other. The beach has a wide expanse of good fine sand at low tide.
Walk down a winding path to beach from car park. Amenities: National Trust owned car park, café and toilets on the entrance to the beach.
Famous as the home of the Carter family, smugglers in the 18th century, one of whom was known as the King of Prussia. No lifeguard cover, but surf rescue equipment located on the beach.
The harbor wall and “rocky” is popular with surfers for its “vortex” surf break. A sheltered north facing crescent of golden sands with views across St Ives Bay to Gorey lighthouse.
Access from the National Trust Car Park, short decent on road to beach. Amenities: National Trust owned car park close by with toilets and a caravan-cafe open during holiday season only.
The beach gently slopes and has shallow water which is great for children. Surfing, rock pools, beach activities, parking, good food, Reached either by walking along the sands northward from the town center or from a path on the cliff top.
Favored with Penance locals as it is the most easily accessible stretch of sandy beach from town. Swimming here is particularly safe as it takes a lot of walking to get into even waist deep water.
Great start to the Penrose circular walk around the estate and Love Pool. 20-minute walk down an unmade track, possible, but not easy with pushchairs.
The cove is on the South West Coast Path between Porthcurno and Mouse hole. There is pay car park on the quay, and a small café.
A shallow stream runs down the beach, perfect for paddling. Access Easy level walk from car park Services Refreshment and toilets Seaside Award 2006 Disabled access All year dog friendly beach.
Small beach accessible at low tide beside the very popular Ferry Boat Inn. Sit back with a cool drink and watch the children play safely on the beach just yards away.
Large areas of rock pools, which are great for kids to explore, some caves too. Access to the beach is along a path, through the sand dunes, from the car park.
Owing to its position Gorey takes the brunt of the Atlantic swell and is one of the more exposed beaches of the North coast. Small areas of fine sand with scenic views across the water to Falmouth.
To get to the beach, drive right through the village of Flushing and park by the roadside. Excellent surfing conditions, a large beach, west facing with fine golden sand.
International surfing events regularly take place here. A sand chair is available for hire at Mistral, call 01637 850584 to book in advance, or call in at the beach hire shop or main surf center.
The center of the beach is home to all the facilities, car park and the Carbs Bay Hotel which has extensive grounds leading down to the edge of the beach. There is a limited stone beach here, however the walk around the Cape has some of the best scenery and is perfect for picnics.
The main beach is home to many fishing boats and consists of gray shingle. A beautiful hidden gem, bossing cove beach is a large sandy beach is accessible only via a footpath over farm land and steep man-made steps down the cliffs.
Battery Rock beach is right by the art deco open air Jubilee swimming pool, which is open to the public for a small charge.