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Tristram Caravan & Camping Park
"Went down in my VW camper with my wife and young daughter. The peoplle were very helpfull and everything about the site was fantastic. I look forward to this years ..." More

Tristram Caravan & Camping Park
"We have had the most enjoyable and relaxed camping holiday here. we have 3 children the youngest was 2 the first year we went,and they all love polzeath beach for ..." More

Tristram Caravan & Camping Park
"Tristram caravan and camping park is situated right next to Polzeath bay and has great views of the sea. It's a great place to watch the surfers and boogie boarders. ..." More

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Polzeath is a small village on the north Cornish coast, a haven for surfers riding the Atlantic swells. The large sandy beach with safe sands and rock pools wait to be discovered. With a Marine Wildlife Reserve and plenty of activities and events, or perhaps a stunning cliff walk with unrivalled views of the rugged coast. A perfect place to visit is Prideaux Place only a couple of miles away an historic house that stands beside The Rive Camel, built in 1592, with mellow ivy clad stone walls has many a treasure, outside the pleasing Italian style garden and mesmerising Deer park. Perhaps the impressive stark white Trevose Lighthouse standing tall against the brilliant blue sea, or the close proximity of Merlinís Cave and mystical 13th Century Tintagel Castle set in a dramatic and picturesque landscape joined to the mainland by a slim slither of land, The headland has been linked with tales of King Arthur since 1136. Why not follow the South West Coastal path to Pentire Point, jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean, with sheer 80 foot cliffs to the sea and several rock climbing routes. Whether you visit for surfing, walking or relaxing Polzeath is worth it. A small holiday village on a super strecth of North Cornish Coast Polzeath is a charming place to base your self for a break or longer holiday. It is over the estuary from Padstow and next to the hooray henry but hip village of Rock. Climb up to the headland and watch the atlantic rollers sweeping in or better still don a wet suit, plunge in and surf the afternoon away.

Attraction

Polzeath Beach
Tebarwith Sands

Camping

SouthWinds Campsite
Tristram Caravan & Camping Park

Doctor

Dr Davison & Partners

Pub and Bar

Carpenters Arms
The Oystercatcher

Self-Catering

Mesmear

Taxi

Polzeath Taxi Service

Shops

Souvenirs of Cornwall
The Galleon Cafe
Surfside
Anns Cottage
TJs Surf Shop

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Seascape Hotel and Restaurant (0.13 miles)

Seascape Hotel and Restaurant

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Seascape Hotel is a family run hotel occupying a commanding position overlooking Polzeath Beach - just three minutes walk away. It enjoys spectacular views of the Cornish coastline up to ... More

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St Moritz Hotel (0.43 miles)

St Moritz Hotel
A multitalented modernist resort overlooking the Camel Estuary, the St Moritz Hotel has more can-do attitude than a team of cheerleaders, giving it a fantastic reputation among families of all ages. Whether you book into ... More | visit website
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Pentire (0.84 miles)

Pentire

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Roserrow Golf and Country Club is situated between Rock and Polzeath. New for 2008 are a small number of luxury suites offering king sized or twin bedded bedrooms, bathrooms, fully ... More

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Mesmear (1.57 miles)

Mesmear
This stretch of north Cornwall is nature in the raw Ė a wild coastline of bright sunshine, crashing surf and rugged cliffs. When Alan and Tessa Rose bought these 18th-century barns made from Cornish slate ... More | visit website
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St.Agnes Flat 2 at Lundy House (1.60 miles)

St.Agnes Flat 2 at Lundy House
This stunning apartment is very comfortable and will delight all couples wishing to be based in Rock,on the North Cornish coast .

Rock is a busy little village bustling with life in summer whilst in ... More | visit website
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Seafood Restaurant (2.42 miles)

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Padstow Breaks (2.43 miles)

Padstow Breaks
Padstow breaks has two boutiques flats suitable for couples. Both apartments are fully equipped to a high standard and have flat screen TVs with DVD players as well as ipod/CD players in each. Each apartment ... More | visit website
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Cross House Hotel (2.46 miles)

Cross House Hotel

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Charming Georgian house with Grade II listing set in the Cornish harbour town of Padstow. Recently refurbished and beautifully furnished to a very high standard. Our aim is to combine the ... More

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The Metropole Hotel (2.48 miles)

The Metropole Hotel

More often than not, the 4 star Metropole hotel is the first sight you notice on entering the vibrant town of Padstow, aka the sea food capital of Great Britain (thanks in the main to ... More | visit website

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Old Custom House (2.54 miles)

Old Custom House

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Standing in an imposing position on the quayside, the Customs and Excise building was well respected by the smugglers in the 1800ís. After refurbishment itís still one of the finest ... More

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