Surrounded by beautiful countryside, The Point is only a mile from The Camel Estuary with stunning beaches for surfing and watersports.

We are blessed to be at the heart of the vibrant North Cornish coast. The area offers unrivalled opportunities for adventure seekers, foodies, golfers or even families looking to make memories.

Situated on the Eastern side of the Camel Estuary, The Point is within touching distance of Polzeath, Rock, Daymer Bay as well as  the much loved Padstow, Port Isaac and Tintagel.

The local area has also become a “gastro-tourism” destination. Nathan Outlaw’s Two Star Michelin restaurant is only a 10 minute drive from The Point and Rick Stein’s famous Seafood restaurant in Padstow is a short drive (or a good walk!) and ferry ride. Also in Padstow try Paul Ainsworth at No 6 or his laid back Mariners in Rock.

For those interested in cycling; The Camel Trail, (a disused railway line and former final leg of the Atlantic Coast Express journey from Waterloo) between Bodmin and Padstow, is on many people’s “to do” list when they visit the area. The Wadebridge to Padstow leg runs along the Camel Estuary and offers stunning views.

Explore the different areas in more detail below along with some recommendations to get the most out of your time in this beautiful part of the world.