Nestled between Rock and St Minver in the peaceful hamlet of Tredrizzick, Hughenden offers a tranquil and convenient base for exploring North Cornwall.
At Hughenden, you can fully immerse yourself in the Cornish lifestyle whilst avoiding the hustle and bustle of central Rock and Polzeath. Hughenden is equidistant from both, so you can come and go with ease and make the most of your time on the North Cornish coast.
Head into Rock for family beach days, a multitude of watersports and lazy afternoons taking in the view whilst sipping local tipples. Enjoy a round of golf at the St Enodoc Golf Course where you can pay and play. Hop on the ferry across the estuary to Padstow where you can explore the shops and cafés that line the pretty harbour. In the other direction, discover Polzeath with its fantastic surf conditions, golden sandy beach and vibrant restaurants and bars.
At Hughenden you are within walking distance from the village pub. In just five minutes, you can reach the Pityme Inn, a pretty pub decorated with colourful blooms and offering a Sunday carvery, popular with locals. In the other direction, The Wild Hop is just a ten to fifteen-minute walk away and is nestled within the cricket grounds in the village of St Minver. St Minver is also home to St Menefreda's Church, boasting a magnificently tall and slightly crooked spire.
Hop in the car and in ten-minutes you will be in the beautiful market town of Wadebridge. Here you can do a spot of holiday shopping, hire bikes and cycle the Camel Trail or catch a film in the cinema there. The fishing village of Port Isaac also makes for a fantastic day out and is just a fifteen-minute drive away. Here you can spot filming locations made famous by Doc Martin and the Fisherman's Friends movie and sample the best in local seafood at Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen.
To see the exact location of Hughenden, take a look at the map below.
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