Perched above golden sands and turquoise waters, Drum Fish enjoys blissful sea views, close by to everything Polzeath has to offer.
Drum Fish is a hidden gem, tucked back from the main road that winds down into Polzeath and skirts the grass fields of Tristram Campsite. Here you're merely a pebble's throw from the South West Coast Path and Polzeath Beach.
Enjoy all the delights of Polzeath without having to reach for the car keys. At this fantastically central base you can be in the surf in minutes, or enjoy a family beach day with all the comforts of home within easy reach.
The surfers of the group will be in paradise at Drum Fish. Merely look out the window for the surf forecast and pop home for a mid-session break before heading out again. There's a range of fantastic surf schools right on the beach should you fancy a lesson or need to hire equipment. On a calmer day, try your hand at paddleboarding, the perfect way to explore the coastline.
With many wonderful places to eat, drink and relax, you'll be spoilt for choice. Just across the field you'll find the Cracking Crab, famous for its magnificent views. For a vibrant evening out, head up the hill to the Oystercatcher, popular with locals and visitors alike. Here you can watch live sport, catch live music or simply enjoy a game of pool. For something extra special, head across the sand to Surfside where you can enjoy a range of wonderfully creative dishes and the most delicious surf and turf.
If you fancy a day trip head over to the estuary village of Rock, less than ten minutes away, for a beach day, sailing lesson or to catch the ferry across to the harbour town of Padstow. In 15 minutes you can be strolling down the narrow streets of the historic fishing village of Port Isaac, where the popular TV series Doc Martin is filmed.
To see the exact location of Drum Fish, take a look at the map below.
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