Pirates, parties and Padstow

Summon up a chef and get the party started. To clear the head, pedal the Camel Trail, fish the harbour at Padstow, surf the breakers, sail the estuary or walk the coastal path. Dine at Rick Stein’s, sup in a piratical pub or just dig out the buckets and spades.

Cornish Coast

Low tide reveals a sandy beach with rock pools to explore at Booby’s Bay; at high tide the beach is completely reclaimed by the sea. Constantine Bay beach lies to its immediate south.

The South West Coast Path provides good cliff walking opportunities, linking Booby’s Bay to nearby beaches such as those in Mother Ivey’s Bay and Treyarnon Bay, and around Trevose Head, all of which form part of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Constantine Bay beach is a long, sandy beach only a few miles from one of Cornwall’s most popular holiday resorts – Padstow. Located on Cornwall’s rugged north, Atlantic coast, it is a popular destination for surfers and walkers alike.

Treyarnon Bay is a popular spot for families and often provides good surfing conditions. It sits in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As it enters the Atlantic, at either side of the beach are rocky areas with rock pools to explore at low tides.

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Kids Ahoy!

Cornwall’s largest theme park, Crealy Great Adventure Park, lose yourself in the Dragon’s Lair with mini mazes, aerial walkways, drop slides and especially for young explorers, there’s your own special playhouse.

Cornwall is the surfing capital of England – you really need to have a go! Constantine Bay Surf School will give you individual, family or group lessons in an atmosphere far more personal than on the major beaches. You’ll be amazed at how quickly even a beginner can stand up on a board and surf into the beach.

Head off to the Adventure Centre at Lusty Glaze for abseiling, rock climbing and coasteering or try the Extreme Academy at Watergate Bay for kite surfing, paddle boarding and mountain boarding.

Explore the beaches of North Cornwall with your children, build sandcastles and splash in the surf.

For the Grown Ups

Light lunches, relaxed dinners, breakfasts, coffees, cakes and more served in our relaxed and informal café at Rick Steins in Padstow.

Wow factor doesn’t even begin to cover it. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps is one of the most popular places to visit on the North Cornish coast and is an absolute must-see.

With dramatic views over the Sandy beaches of Booby’s Bay and the rugged coastline of Trevose Head, it’s sheer drama on the golf course at Trevose Head golf course.

Relax, indulge and enjoy our Spa at Treglos Hotel. We offer a range of specialist beauty treatments, pamper days and spa breaks to ensure that all stresses and strains simply flow away.