Settled on the edge of New Polzeath alongside a lush green valley, Tregarthen offers a tranquil haven just moments from the soft sands and white rollers of Polzeath Beach.
Tucked away down a peaceful no-through road, Tregarthen provides the perfect base from which to explore Polzeath and beyond. Here, with plentiful parking and everything within easy reach, you can come and go with ease, avoiding the hustle and bustle of central Polzeath.
Polzeath Beach is just a short stroll away and here you can enjoy family beach days and adrenaline fuelled surf sessions, watched over by lifeguards during the main season. You will also delight in discovering the quiet inlet of Baby Bay, just around the corner and perfect for a morning swim or sunset barbecue.
At Tregarthen you will also be spoilt for choice for walks with acres of rolling National Trust land to explore located just up the road. Discover the secluded beach of Lundy Bay, the rugged rock formation of The Rumps and take in the breathtaking views from Pentire Point. You can also walk in the other direction to the beautiful beaches of Greenaway, Daymer Bay and Rock.
For a holiday supper with a front row seat to a Polzeath sunset, stroll down to The Atlantic located right on the headland. Here, you can enjoy their famous sharing pizzas and an array of little plates as you watch the sun melt into the ocean. Central Polzeath also has a fantastic range of restaurants within walking distance from Tregarthen including Surfside and the Oyster Catcher.
For a family day out, the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac is just a fifteen-minute drive away. Here you can explore the cobbled streets and watch the fishing boats bob in and out of the harbour. Next door, discover the lesser known inlet of Port Gaverne, home to the picture perfect pub The Port Gaverne Restaurant and Cornish Rock Tors who offer wild swimming, coasteering and kayaking.