Stay at Polsted and be the envy of Polzeath. After a day on the beach, there will be no hiking up hills with surfboards and windbreaks in hand, as your sand to doorstep journey takes just seconds.
This super chic surf pad occupies one of the most sought-after positions in Polzeath. From here you can enjoy total and utter convenience, allowing you to slip into holiday mode in no time at all. Polsted has been built to maximise the panoramic views across the golden sand and out to sea. With an undercover, dedicated parking area, you can come and go from Polsted with ease.
Whether its long family beach days complete with sandcastle building, rock pooling and ice cream eating or invigorating surf and bodyboarding sessions amongst the waves, Polsted's position allows you to make the most of your precious time on the coast. Pick up surf essentials from the trendy surf shop next door and join one of the fantastic local surf schools, based right on the beach.
With Polzeath's vibrant cafés and restaurants all within walking distance from Polsted, you won't have to reach for the car keys. For delicious breakfasts to set you up for the day head to TJ's Surf Café or the Tubestation, just seconds away. For lunch with a view stroll up to The Cracking Crab that sits above the beach and children and dogs can play in the large, colourful garden.
Foodies will love Surfside on the beach whose creative dishes include the famous surf and turf. For a local tipple, head to the secret Rum Bar behind Surfside or up to The Oyster Catcher pub, popular with locals and visitors alike.
Polsted is the perfect base for coastal exploration. With the South West Coast Path on your doorstep, you will be spoilt for choice for scenic coastal rambles. In one direction you can walk up to the dizzying heights of Pentire Headland and be rewarded with breathtaking views and if you are lucky, spot seals and dolphins along the way. Stroll onto The Rumps, an impressive rock formation and along to the hidden beach of Lundy Bay.
In the other direction you can discover the lesser-known beach of Greenaway, the golden sands of Daymer Bay and the popular estuary village of Rock. Here you can hop on the ferry which will take you across the Camel Estuary to the harbour town of Padstow.
To see the exact location of Polsted, take a look at the map below.
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