AN IDEAL FAMILY HOUSE FOR LET IN NORTH CORNWALL

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Activities

There are many pursuits for all ages in Cornwall. Rock, which is 2 miles away and sheltered by its position up the Camel Estuary, is well-known for its sailing, water-skiing, wind-surfing and sea fishing. Padstow, which has a particularly attractive old harbour, can be visited by taking a modern ferry for the short distance from Rock. A popular excursion is to hire bicycles in Wadebridge and ride along the old railway line to Padstow (or vice versa). There are two 18 hole golf courses at St. Enodoc Golf Club, which is situated between Trebetherick and Rock. There is also another 18 hole golf course and sports complex at Roserrow, just outside Polzeath.

There is a wealth of excellent walks, particularly along the cliff path and round Pentire Point, a tract of land owned by the National Trust. There is a wide variety of bird life in the estuary and beyond Pentire, with an abundance of waterfowl and seabirds, both resident and migratory. Most summers dolphins are sighted in the bay; seals are regular visitors throughout the year. Slightly further away are the villages of Port Quin, Port Isaac, St. Endellion, Tintagel and Boscastle. There is also much to discover in the hinterland leading to Bodmin Moor, an area which was the inspiration for many of the books and poems of John Betjeman, who is buried in Trebetherick in the churchyard of St. Enodoc. On the other side of the estuary, Padstow is the base of Rick Stein's restaurant business, whilst Newquay is an international surfing centre. The rest of Cornwall is within a day's reach, including the Eden Project, close to St. Austell, the mini Tate Gallery at St. Ives, as well as, of course, many famous Cornish gardens.

Surfing

Surfing

Polzeath Beach is a wonderful beach for both types of surfing (Malibu boarding and ‘belly’boarding) by surfers of all ages. It is regarded as one of the safest surfing beaches...

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Beach

Beach

There are separate and distinct beaches within easy walking distance of Tregreen to cater for many of the traditional beach pursuits. Daymer Bay is ideal for young children...

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Walking

Walking

The main coastal path round the whole of Cornwall passes within 100 yards of Tregreen. Either side of the Camel Estuary there are beautiful and interesting sections...

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Sailing

Sailing

Rock, situated opposite Padstow and protected from the open sea, is the centre for dingy sailing and racing organised by the sailing club. There is also a sailing school...

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Golf

Golf

There are two golf clubs within one mile of Tregreen, St. Enodoc and The Point at Polzeath (formerly Roserrow). St. Enodoc, which was established over 100 years ago...

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Fishing

Fishing

Mackerel fishing boats for day trips are also based in Rock and expeditions can be booked when conditions are suitable. Other boats go further out to sea...

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Windsurfing

Windsurfing

Daymer Bay is a favoured spot for windsurfers. Beginners can book lessons n Rock.

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Kitesurfing

Kitesurfing

In recent years kitesurfing has also become popular at Daymer Bay.

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