Cornwall Live Cam

A beautiful county on England’s rugged southwestern tip

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  • St. Enodoc Golf Club
  • Rock - Wadebridge
  • Cornwall PL27 6LD - United Kingdom
  • 01208 863216
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  • https://www.st-enodoc.co.uk/

Cornish Riviera

The breathtaking coastal path is just a short walk from Tremallow, for lovers of rugged coastal walking and perfect for wildlife lovers and bird watchers. Or, you could go inland to Bodmin Moor, where there are many places of interest including Rough Tor and Cornwall's highest point at Brown Willy. There are many fantastic places to eat out around Tremallow, but here are a few suggestions. The nearest pub is a 5 minute walk down hill - the 18th century Mill House serves excellent food and Cornish Ale.

Or you can walk to the Port William pub at Trebarwith Strand, which serves good food with views over the Atlantic. Drive south 15 minutes to the charming harbour village of Port Isaac with its excellent cafes and restaurants. Or push the boat out and visit the renowned Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant in Padstow.

Golf courses are plentiful and those nearby include St Enodoc, Bude, Bowood, Roserrow and Trevose. Crowdy Reservoir near Camelford offers excellent trout fishing. Alternatively you could take part in any of the activities offered by Cornish Rock Tors; climbing, abseiling, coasteering and sea kayaking.

From Tremallow you can take a 15 minute walk downhill across footpaths to the unspoilt surfing beach of Trebarwith Strand. At low tide the beach is very wide and sandy with rock pools and caves. Life guards are present during the main holiday season. Or you can visit the beautiful sandy beaches of the Camel Estuary, Daymer Bay and Rock, as well as the bustling surfing beach of Polzeath.

At Bude you will find Widemouth Bay which is a long sandy beach looking out towards Lundy Island. Surfing at Widemouth Bay is fantastic as it is gets some of the best waves without the crowds you will get at Newquay and Polzeath, lots of surf schools to choose.

The legendary birthplace of St Arthur and the Arthurian Legend and one of the best known places in Cornwall. The dramatic 12th/13th century castle ruins, built by the Earls of Cornwall, sit perched high above the sea with wonderful views over the coastline.

Walk, cycle or horse ride along the Camel Trail which runs along the Camel Estuary, all the way from Padstow to Wadebridge and on right to Bodmin Moor. There are lots of outlets to hire bikes in Wadebridge and Padstow.

Port Isaac is a charming harbour village which is well known for the Doc Martin series. It has white washed cottages which crowd the narrow streets and alley ways (one is so narrow that it is affectionately called Squeezeebelly Alley!) Fishing and scenic trips can be taken from the harbour.

The picturesque village of Boscastle with its distinctive harbour is one of the most romantic places in Cornwall. It is steeped in history and has inspired many with its ruggedness and unspoilt beauty. Drive to Rock and you can take a ferry ride to the busy fishing harbour at Padstow. Enjoy the beautiful views, or indulge in a bit of retail therapy. Eat a pasty overlooking the harbour or have a fine dining experience at one of Rick Stein's eateries.



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