Come sun or rain there is every watersport you can imagine, from wake surfing in Rock to surfing in Polzeath. Out of the water you can swing a club, roll back the years with some crazy golf (when you see the course you’ll understand).
For the ramblers and dog walkers amongst you, the coastal paths will get the heart pumping and the eyes gazing. Days trip to Padstow for fish & chips and ice-cream are a family favourite.
“Having been lucky enough to spend a fair chunk of my life down in Cornwall, I can assure you it’s a fantastic place.” – Rory Hoddell
Camel Ski School
Activities from £20 per session
Since 1977, Camel Ski School has been teaching people of all ages how to waterski.
We’re proud to be the UK’s largest waterski centre now specialising in wakeboarding, wake surfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, inflatable rides and of course waterskiing.
Surfing at Polzeath Beach
Lessons from £15 pp
No matter the weather you will always find a surfer in the water at Polzeath, I admire British surfers dedication! There are a number of great schools on the beach offering both private and group lessons.
Get to the beach early, book the kids in for back to back lesson and enjoy the sunshine. You will need to have a love of windbreaks, kites and ball games on those nice sunny days…
BBQ on 'The Island'
Picture this, a still Cornish evening with the sun setting over the water down the estuary the Big Green egg fired up, boat ready to take you for a ski …. enjoy some food with your friends and a speed boat ride home.
Does this sound like something you are interested in ? Get in touch we can organise you a bespoke package for any occasion.
Enjoy a round of golf on the Church Course
from £75 pp
A golfing challenge with conditions ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous. Be prepared to donate a number of golf balls to the sea if you don’t have the straightest drive!
Because of its popularity, it’s not the easiest course to find a tee time, so get in touch and we’ll do our best to help.
Kitesurfing at Daymer Bay
No rental kit available
Our home kite spot, outside of the school holidays on windy days expect to see a small flotilla of kites. There is a ban throughout the day between 10am and 6pm in July & August.
Daymer Bay is is relatively safe, but watch out for the rocks at the most northerly part of the beach and the odd rock strewn across the beach, they can lurk just beneath the surface waiting to snag your board.
Walk the dog along the Rumps
The Cornish coastline offers some of the most beautiful walks in the UK, with stunning views out into the Atlantic (if you are lucky you may see a pod of Dolphins). The Rumps are a favourite of ours for a proper dog walk, though be sure to prepare, a picnic half way round is never a bad option.
Day trip to Padstow
Padstow some say put the Cornish north coast on the map, some would say it was because of a seafood chef.
Take the ferry from Rock and enjoy some fish and chips and proper Cornish ice cream (be wary of the pesky seagulls). There are a number of quirky shops and what may seem like a bakery on every corner. For the best lunch or dinner visit our friends at Prawn on the Lawn – https://prawnonthelawn.com/.
Cycle the Camel Trail
Stretching from Padstow to Bodmin the Camel Trail offers a great cycling route for the whole family, you can rent bikes / tandems / trailers from 3 spots along the trail; Bodmin, Wadebridge or Padstow.
For the family take on the Wadebridge to Padstow stretch and finish with Ice Cream, for the adults head towards Bodmin and enjoy some wine-tasting at the Camel Valley.
If you would like more recommendations on what to do in North Cornwall, get in touch or give Rory a call today.
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