Find places to stay around Treyarnon on the North Cornwall coast. With an amazing selection of beaches, the area's superb for family holidays.
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Small coastal village around deep, sandy beach
On the north coast of Cornwall, close to the River Camel and Estuary, Treyarnon is a small coastal village developed around the deep, sandy Treyarnon Bay Beach.

To the north, beyond Treyarnon Point, is the wonderful Constantine Bay Beach. Connected by a rocky shoreline, which is great for rockpooling, if you're in the area for a long weekend break of holiday, these beaches are both on your doorstep.

There are fine views looking north from the coastline by Treyarnon Island across Treyarnon Bay Beach and Constantine Bay Beach. The views south from Trevose Head are equally as impressive. From these viewpoints, you'll see waves rolling in from the Atlantic towards the coastline. As these waves suggest, the area's popular with surfers.

Coastal walking
One of the many joys of this area is the coastal walking. The South West Coast Path runs north and then east around Trevose Head and Trevose Head Lighthouse to the glorious beaches of Mother Ivey's Bay, Harlyn Bay Beach and Trevone Bay Beach. North east of those is the magnificent Harbour Cove and Hawker's Cove Beach. Padstow is close and across the River Camel and Estuary are Rock and Rock Beach and Dunes.

To the south of Treyarnon Bay, the South West Coast Path passes through Porthcothan Bay on its way to the National Trust's Bedruthan Steps. South of that are Mawgan Porth and Watergate Beach/Tregurrian Beach, the beaches of Newquay and the sublime Perran or Ligger Bay.

Local area
Away from the beaches around Treyarnon, there's plenty to do in the local area. For kids, we'd recommend Cornwall's Crealy Great Adventure Park and Dairyland Farm World. Try Newquay Bluereef Aquarium and The Camel Trail. Padstow Harbour is a must, visit Port Isaac Harbour & Beach, too.

The National Trust's Lanhydrock House and Gardens is wonderful. The Eden Project is a little further east.

Day trips
If you're into walking, we'd suggest a day on Bodmin Moor. Summit Rough Tor (Bodmin) for great views. In the Bodmin Moor area, visit Tintagel Castle and Boscastle Harbour.

Further afield, St. Ives is within easy reach by car as are St Michael's Mount and Land's End.

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The Harlyn Inn, Near Padstow
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Approximately 1.4 miles away.

Total Rooms: 11; Rates: 43 - 200 Per Night

Situated almost on the beautiful sandy beach, this inn is the ideal place for an enjoyable Cornish holiday with 2 bars, and 2 restaurants catering for the whole family Room are of a high standard and most of them are en...

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Approximately 1.8 miles away.

Rates: 419 - 953 Per Week

This very comfortable property sits only a few minutes' drive from the attractive fishing harbour at Padstow Rick Stein's famous restaurants and numerous fine sandy beaches. One of a group of privately owned holi...

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Trevone, Bay Retreat Villas
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Approximately 1.8 miles away.

Total Bedrooms: 2; Maximum Occupants: 5; Rates: 500 - 1,200 Per Week

A stylish property ideally situated to explore the dramatic North Cornwall coastline. Bay Retreat Villas are situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of St. Merryn, just 3 miles from Padstow....

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