Cornwall’s Beaches

We are perfectly situated to enjoy the best of the beautiful beaches that Cornwall is so famous for.

Golden sands, crystal clear waters and stunning scenery will surround you. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding which of our local beaches to visit.

Porthtowan Beach <br/>(1 mile away)

Porthtowan Beach
(1 mile away)

Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this Blue Flag award winning beach with its dramatic cliffs is right on our door step. As well as being one of Cornwall’s most popular surfing beaches it is great for families too, with its large expanse of soft golden sand, rock pools and caves to explore.

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Portreath Beach <br/>(4 miles away)

Portreath Beach
(4 miles away)

This large beach has soft fine sand, with shingle below the shoreline. Set within a valley this once busy port which was used to import coal and export copper is now home to fishing boats. It is also a surfer and body boarder’s paradise. Off the coast Gull Rock is an impressive site, it is a haven for all kinds of seabirds.

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Chapel Porth Beach <br/>(4 miles away)

Chapel Porth Beach
(4 miles away)

Set in a mining valley between dramatic cliffs is where you will find the ruins of the famous Wheal Coates engine house. This is one of the most exposed beaches on the North Coast. At low tide the sand stretches all the way from St Agnes head to Lushingtons at the far end of Porthtowan beach.

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Trevaunance Cove <br/>(5 Miles)

Trevaunance Cove
(5 Miles)

Trevaunance Cove is the main beach in St Agnes, it is another great choice for surfers. This sand and shingle beach is great for families. At low tide large areas of rocks and rock pools are revealed and there are plenty of caves to explore.

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Perranporth <br/>(9 Miles)

(9 Miles)

Perranporth is one of Cornwall’s best known beaches. At low tide this golden sand beach joins with neighbouring Penhale Sands and extends to over 2 miles long. At the southern side there are impressive rock formations.

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Hayle Beach <br/>(12 miles)

Hayle Beach
(12 miles)

Hayle is known for its 'three miles of golden sand'. The beaches start at the mouth of the estuary, popular with bird watchers. Hayle Towans is nearly 2 miles long, the well-known Gwithian beach can be found next to this. Well worth a visit!

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Holywell Bay <br/>(16 Miles)

Holywell Bay
(16 Miles)

This large sandy beach is backed by numerous sand dunes. A great place for surfers, swimmers and families to relax and have some fun at this mile-long beach, exposes rock pools and shallow streams at low tide.

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