The beach at Trevone

Cliff House is on West View, a quiet lane past the sandy and rocky beaches of Trevone, with far reaching views out over the Atlantic. The house is located just 30yds from Rocky Beach and 100yds from Sandy Beach. There is a large, gated parking bay in front of the house that can accommodate two to three cars.

The beach at Trevone

Trevone is a delightful village with two beaches, a general store, beach car parks, a pub and a surf store. The main sandy beach is a beautiful cove which is life guarded (and dog prohibited) during the summer months. Around the bay is Rocky Beach, perfect for rock pooling, shell collecting and also featuring a natural swimming pool. Surfing and body boarding are very popular in Trevone and nearby Harlyn Bay. There are many local surf schools that teach all age groups. A further 20 minutes south towards Newquay, Watergate Bay provides the Extreme Academy where kite surfing as well as competitive surfing are all the rage.

The sea at Trevone The Camel Trail

The fishing port of Padstow is less than two miles away and a similar distance away is the Trevose Golf and Country Club. The North Cornwall coast is a Designated Area of Outstanding Beauty and the coastal path is at the end of the lane. The coastal path links all the bays with superb coastal scenery, dramatic cliffs, quiet coves and stretches of sandy beach.

The Camel Trail is close by - a great cycle ride for all ages and abilities and a wonderful day out. The Padstow to Wadebridge section, with a stop for lunch is just right if you have children with you. Bicycles can be hired from Bridge Bike Hire. For a wet day or any day when you do not necessarily want to be on the beach Crealy Adventure Park is a 15 minute drive away and perfect for children of all ages. Further afield but most certainly worth a trip is the famous Eden Project.

Fishing port of Padstow Sunset

There are a plethora of restaurants, pubs and cafes within a short distance of Trevone, ranging from the world famous Rick Steins seafood restaurant to the National Trust tea rooms at Bedruthan Steps.