Around The Area

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Great Places to Eat

Around The Area

Here are our recommendations for local places to eat, visit and explore!

Here are a few of our favourite…

Places to Eat

Lewtrenchard Manor
In the restaurant at Lewtrenchard, diners are treated to a dining experience that is without equal in the South West. Food is always meticulously prepared and beautifully presented by their team of chefs headed by Tom Browning.
https://www.lewtrenchard.co.uk/

Hotel Endsleigh
One for its perfect position and views of the Cornish sea, the other for its extraordinary architecture deep in the secluded Devon countryside.
https://hotelendsleigh.com/

The Horn of Plenty
With 2 AA Rosettes, a passion for local produce and a team of helpful and attentive staff, The Horn of Plenty restaurant near Tavistock has been renowned as one of the very best restaurants in Devon for over 50 years.
https://www.thehornofplenty.co.uk/

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Great Places to Visit

Visiting The Area

Here are a few of our favourite…

Places to Visit

Cotehele
The National Trust’s Cotehele, Cornwall, is a Tudor house with superb collections, garden, quay and estate.
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele

Lanhydrock
A magnificent late Victorian country house with gardens and wooded estate.
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lanhydrock

Lydford Gorge
The deepest river gorge in the South West, with spectacular 30m waterfall.
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lydford-gorge

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Great Beaches to Explore

Exploring The Area

Here are a few of our favourite…

Beaches

Bude
Bude is Cornwall’s most northern town and a popular resort.

Widemouth Bay is a long sandy beach, looking out towards Lundy Island. Surfers tend to prefer the less popular beach of Crackington Haven. Back along the coombe here can be found the old church of St Gennys, which affords a wonderful coastal panorama from its churchyard. The coastal scenery surrounding the beaches in the Bude area is quite stunning. There is plenty of interesting bird life for the dedicated twitcher and many lovely walks along the cliff tops. Along the coast is Sandy Mouth, an ideal family spot with lovely sands and plenty of rock pools. A little further towards Devon is Morwenstow, south of Henna Cliff. The cliff is a sheer drop down to the sea, the highest in Cornwall, and gives spectacular views across to South Wales.
https://www.cornwall-beaches.co.uk/north-cornwall/bude-town

 

Trebarwith Strand

Trebarwith Strand is just over two miles from Tintagel along the north Cornwall heritage coastline landmarked by Gull Rock.  The sandy beach becomes completely covered at high tide and is accessed over rocks when approched from the pretty village of Treknow down a picturesque valley.
Nearest beaches Bude & my favourite Trebarwith strand.
https://www.visitcornwall.com/beaches/lifeguards-seasonal/north-coast/tintagel/trebarwith-strand-beach