We cover a small and very special area on the spectacular North Cornish Coast. With just a five-mile radius, it runs from the Eastern bank of the Camel Estuary, at Rock, and includes Daymer Bay (Trebetherick and the Greenaway), Polzeath and Port Isaac.
Other locations you will see us advertise are all within the same North Cornish patch; St Minver, Tredrizzick, Pityme, Penmayne, Porthilly, Port Quin, Port Gaverne, Trebarwith, Chapel Amble and an occasional prime property in Wadebridge.
In fact the village of Rock could hardly be less appropriately named, being famous for the long stretches of fine sandy beaches and clear blue water. With Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth over the water in Padstow, James Nathan and Fred Beedles in Rock, and Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac - you certainly won't go hungry!
Fine dining aside, Rock has a thriving community full of great independent cafes, pubs, restaurants and even a fish and chip shop! For a small village we are spoilt having fresh local produce available from a Bakery, a Butcher, a Fishmonger, a delicatessen and a general store, along with art galleries and retail shops. There is also a garage and a post office and the local primary school is one of the best in North Cornwall.
Along the coast as it east runs from Daymer Bay is The Greenaway, an area situated between Trebetherick and Polzeath. With its spectacular panoramic views, The Greenaway beach and small cove is popular for its many rock pools. The St Moritz hotel is situated here offering restaurants, leisure and spa facilities to both residents and non-residents.
From Polzeath, the coastal path skirts New Polzeath high on the cliffs overlooking Hayle Bay, Stepper Point and then leads you on to Pentire - a National Trust Reserve and an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Next along the coast is Port Quin, also National Trust, and the backdrop to many a film and the television series including Poldark, Saving Grace & Doc Martin. Protected, clear waters have made this a popular coasteering and kayak destination
We could go on, but it's not necessary, this area has long been "the" prime Cornish location for more reasons than we can ever précis. There is nowhere quite like north Cornwall - so come and discover it for yourself!