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I don't know what the joke is about. However there is an inn here with food. The beach changes tremendously. High tide stops you getting anywhere near. We went at low tide and there are more rock pools full of life than any other beach.
This beach is a wonderful find, it was a five minute walk from where we were staying and we visited it everyday. Great for the dogs as it was very quiet most of the time and they would get the whole beach to themselves. The...More
I first visited in 1976 and just keep coming back. It’s a beach for all ages with a stream to dam, pools for little ones to enjoy, waves for body surfing, mussels to pick and lovely clean sand. The surrounding headlands have wild flowers in...More
This place is not far from Newquay, just follow signs for Crantock,then go through the village & you will see signs to this beach. There is a lovely golden sandy beach there where the children can make sand castles etc & have picnics & have...More
No lifeguards, quiet and small beach. Nice little find. Not easily accessible for families. Closest pay and display car park is West Pentire near Bowgie Inn or National Trust members can park for free at either Holywell (TR8 5PF) or Crantock (TR8 5RN) car parks.
We visited last month to see the beautiful display of poppies, and beautiful they were. Lovely walk down to the beach, it was early evening when we visited and it was very peaceful. Car parking is not cheap!
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Me and the family have been there several times. We parked up in a little car park to the left of the Bowgie inn, its more of a field but there’s usually plenty of space. Walking back out of the carpar turn left which turns... More
Me and the family have been there several times. We parked up in a little car park to the left of the Bowgie inn, its more of a field but there’s usually plenty of space. Walking back out of the carpar turn left which turns more of a dirt track and about 200yards further down is the track to the beach down the side of a field. Its a 10 to 15min walk with young children I don’t know exactly how far. There are no Toilets so best go before you start your way down. Hope this helps