Welcome to Rocksea, located on a quiet development.
The fabulous kitchen.
The open plan dining area is light and bright.
Sink into the chairs and enjoy a pre dinner cocktail or two.
You will most definitely feel the Good Vibes if you holiday here.
The open plan kitchen area is the perfect place to enjoy long chilled evenings.
The kitchen is very well-equipped.
Open up the French doors and let the outside in...
You have all the mod-cons you need.
Sink into the cosy sofas and instantly switch off from the bustle of busy lives.
Holywell Bay is just along the coast.
There is plenty of comfy seating for the whole family.
How cool is this table-tennis table!
Rocksea has been planted with local shrubs all chosen to resemble plants you will stumble across on the coast paths.
The master bedroom has a super-comfy king-size bed.
The en suite shower-room.
Breakfast in bed? You are on holiday after all.
Come prepared for our Cornish weather! Sun hats and bobble hats are a must.
Pretty bedroom number 2 can be made up to be either a super-king or twins, you choose.
Lovely little touches throughout.
Beautiful linens await you.
Rocksea is an oasis of calm and tranquility.
Bedroom 3 overlooks the fields, and you may even spot the local donkey grazing away.
Choose from three beautiful bedrooms, each one dressed to impress.
The family bathroom, perfect place to start and end the day.
Newquay is a short drive away, and is full of lovely shops and fabulous cafes.
The family bathroom with the finest fixtures and fittings. Perfect for that post beach shower.
Fern Pit cafe has the most fabulous view, overlooking The River Gannel.
Rocksea is just as perfect in the cooler months for windswept beach walks and hearty long suppers.
Crantock beach is a short walk away
Take your four-legged friend along, enjoy long beach walks and discover hidden coves.

Rocksea

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Cornishman (350 yards)

A traditional locals pub in the heart of Crantock. Dogs are welcome and there's a popular quiz night on the last Saturday of every month.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Townsend September 2020

Now changed owner and called Saltwater and Sand

lovely restaurant/pub. Lovely Sunday roast.

Nearest beach

Crantock Beach (¾ mile)

Looked after by the National Trust, Crantock Beach takes in sweeping views of the Pentire headlands and the endless horizon. Enjoying huge swathes of golden sand and hugged by banks of sand dunes, Crantock Beach is a truly magical spot. Whether you love to surf, paddle or simply relax, find your own little corner of Crantock and take in the spectacular scenery.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Hutchins June 2011

Lovely beach fab boarding

Fab beach, has got the best walk to a beach ever. Take the road opposite the cottage, not the main road. A lovely walk past some beautiful houses and through the dunes beats taking the car and dogs can go on the beach, hooray !!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2009

Fistral's relaxed neighbour

Separated from the surfing Mecca of Fistral by Pentire Headland and the Gannel River, Crantock is a little less high profile than its neighbour, but still draws the crowds in summer. A lovely, big, wide flat expanse of sand backed by sand dunes, it's popular with families, and long-boarders when surf conditions are right. At low tide you can cross the Gannel River at the eastern end of the beach to the Fern Pit cafe where you can try some of the sweetest crab meat in the world. At high tide the Fern Pit ferry runs the short distance across the Gannel between Crantock and Pentire.

Nearest walk

Newquay to Watergate Bay (1 ¾ miles)

It is best to park in the area around The Great Western Hotel and pick up the coastal path heading north all the way to Watergate Bay. The views of the Atlantic are terrific, backed up by some dramatic high cliffs and sandy beaches. Dogs are allowed on the paths but do take care as the cliffs are high. Beach access is limited for dogs during summer but some do allow them during the winter months. Further details about dog friendly beaches can be found on the Cornwall-beaches.co.uk website and it is recommended that you check this before you set off. Watergate Bay is a two mile stretch of golden sands and you can stop over at Jamie Olivers Fifteen Restaurant before the return leg. This walk is a 6 mile round trip. Take a look at the i.walk.cornwall website for a detailed route and other great scenic walks in the area.

Nearest town

Crantock (350 yards)

The village of Crantock is surrounded by miles of coastal paths and stunning beaches. With picturesque thatched cottages, an art gallery, an antique shop and tea rooms the village itself is delightful. The River Gannel flows out at Crantock Beach from a mile-long estuary. An important site for native and migrating birds the area is a haven for wildlife.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Smallman November 2020

Crantock beach and village

Absolutely fabulous part of the country
We go here ever year at Easter the children love it the two pubs in the village do a great meal after a long day of exploring you relax
And enjoy the food


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

October 2012

Also nearby

The Hidden Hut (17 miles)

A beach cafe in the most rustic sense - a beachside shed with some outdoor seating. It is a National Trust-owned hut, but run by a local couple who provide 'Feast Nights' - now made famous by their appearance on ITV's 'Cornwall with Caroline Quentin'. You need to buy tickets, but the hut is generally open to everyone, except during the winter, so check times on their Web site.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Scott October 2020

Hidden

What a surprise . Very popular so be prepared to queue but you can enjoy the view of Porthcurnick beach and headland.
Excellent customer service.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Stewart September 2020

Very interesting

Worth a little walk.
Very enterprising!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Gaunt November 2019

A little gem

What a wonderful beachside find. It is super popular now so expect to queue, but it's is completely worth it with exceptional food, and a great beachside location. You won't regret a day out here. Check the website for opening times/days.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Gannon September 2019

Great food overlooking the beach

Not just another beach front cafe. This place is possibly the best beach cafe/restaurant going. Great food and atmosphere. Really hits the spot. You will not be disappointed and worth the effort.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2019

Mrs Jarvis

Really fantastic food, great service (despite the length of the queue). You must visit!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Professor Elton June 2019

Perfect situation and great food

If you didn’t already know it, this a now a justly famous spit just above a lovely Cornish beach.
Splendid food - some fusion inspired and some more typical local Cornish. Great atmosphere. Also they have now a great Hidden Hut cookbook. Such a happy mix of photos and recipes!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2019

lush nosh

definitely recommend for a yummy beachside lunch


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2017

Being relatively local to the area, we felt it was time to see if this often-mentioned beach cafe lived up to it's reputation....and it did! On a sunny August Sunday, the beach was busy and so was the Hidden Hut. Be prepared to queue - for quite a while - but once you've selected which of the mouthwatering options to go for, you've plenty of choice of places to sit and enjoy the really well cooked food and the amazing location. No doubt this will be the first of many visits to come!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2016

Wonderful location

Perfect for coffee and cake, overlooking Porthcurnick beach.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Geoff and Rebecca November 2016

Stunning place for a delicious lunch! Pricey but great quality. Locally sourced and freshly made. Busy on Bank holidays but worth the queue. Soups are always fabulous as are the pasties, pulled pork baps and sausage rolls. We were lucky enough to get tickets for a feast night once and it was a most memorable and special event. Check out their Facebook page https://en-gb.facebook.com/thehiddenhut/

Lewinnick Lodge (1 mile)

A lot more chic than your average pub, the Lewinnick Lodge has a cool, modern interior, a contemporary menu and breathtaking views across Fistral beach.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

January 2011

Fab location!

Although technically in Newquay this pub occupies a spectacular cliff top position and is well away from the hustle and bustle of Newquay. On a clear day you can see across Fistral to Trevose Point light house. Dog friendly so a good stop off point if you are walking the coast path. Be aware that it can get quite busy during peak times - best time of the year to visit it is away from the main summer when the fire will be lit and you'll have a choice of where to sit. Great restuarant too and don't forget to visit its sister pub The Plume of Feathers at Mitchell which may not have the same spectacular location but is just as good - great food in stylish surroundings.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

November 2009

Stunning Views

The Lewinnick occupies a great position on its own out on Pentire Headland, which sticks out between Fistral and Crantock beaches. It makes a welcome respite from the hectic town centre and the views are superb, looking back across to Fistral beach and the striking, Gothic, Headland Hotel (if the hotel looks familiar it's probably because it was featured in the film of Roald Dahl's The Witches) and on up Cornwall's rugged north coast toward Watergate Bay.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Ludnow July 2009

Evening Drinks

Very good pub, out of the town so escapes the rat race. Has a large balcony with good views over Fistral and for watching the summer sun set. Good food from bar snacks to 3 course meals. My pub of choice whenever I'm in Newquay.

Perranporth Beach (4 ¼ miles)

Say Perranporth to anyone from Cornwall and they will immediately know where you mean. A popular family-friendly beach on the edge of Perranporth town, Perranporth Beach is a huge three-mile belt of golden sand meeting an expanse of blue sea. A hit amongst all ages, Perranporth appeals to all, from sports enthusiasts looking to hit the waves to sun-lovers ready to kick back in the sand. A natural sea pool by Chapel Rock means that everyone of all abilities can enjoy the water and lifeguards are on duty in the summer. Dogs on leads are allowed year-round and all facilities are available nearby.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Huddleston June 2015

Family Beach

Lovely beach, if you walk a bit further round its less busy and loads of room for the kids to run around. The only problem we occurred was some people not controlling their dogs, mind the majority were well behaved.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2012

A good sandy beach and great for body boarding. Has all the amenities and we were able to hire wetsuits and body boards which was very handy.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

July 2012

Superb Beach

This beach s a wonderful place for all ages. Kids have lots of beach to run and play , adults will love the surf and there is also a volley ball court. The Watering Hole is a must for good food and drink and is right on the beach! Thoroughly recommend it.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

July 2012

Family Beach

Great Beach. Good access. Kids loved it.Ended the day with Nacho's and beers at The Watering Hole


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

July 2011

Golden sands

Beautiful beach. Wide open spaces. Perfect for walking, horse riding and watching watersports.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

April 2009

Amazing Beach!

This beach and the surrounding area are great! If you don't fancy getting your feet covered in sand then the benches and grass areas overlooking the beach are great to sit and have a picnic. Would definitely recommend a visit!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Henthorn April 2009

Superb for the Family

This is a great beach the whole family can enjoy. Three miles of sand. Great for surfing, sandcastle building, lifeguarded swimming areas and easy access to nearby facilities including plenty of places to hire or buy a wetsuit. Can get crowded on sunny days in the summer.
On windy days the nearby Trevaunance Cove (South) or Holywell (North) can often be more sheltered.
Dogs can be walked on the beach here year round.
Nudists from Army Camp lurk at the far North End.

Boardmasters Newquay (1 ¼ miles)

Fistral Beach is where the action sports take place, including ASP World Tour Surfing. Further along the coast Watergate Bay plays host to the festival. These events are certainly for the young or young at heart, take a look at their Web site for further details and to buy tickets.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Nick Webb August 2015

I went to the 2015 Boardmasters and it was fantastic. Brilliantly organised, The line up was varied and interesting with some classics like Faithless and Reef together with and up and comers like the stunning Rag and Bone man. I love the little View stage perched on the cliff over looking Watergate Bay beneath you. Its a breathtaking way to watch live music. I saw a young singer songwriter called Josh Mac from Brighton who was simply brilliant . The festival is starting to feel like a real festival now with its own personality created by fab venues like The Keg and Pasty, a pub Filled to the roof with pasties and cider... perfect.

Trerice (3 ¼ miles)

An Elizabethan manor house with beautiful gardens and many restored rooms to explore inside. Highlights include the ornate fireplaces and ceilings and the traditional orchard containing rare ‘heritage’ varieties of apples and pears.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ms Hudson March 2013

Trerice by Candlelight

An idea the National Trust should adopt for every area!
Friday nights in March and October Trerice is lit by flickering candles (not real ones obviously, health and safety would have a fit) and open from 6pm. Such a great idea, and very atmospheric. Gardens quite spooky which is good. Highly recommended.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Dernie April 2012

Trerice, National Trust historic house & garden, near Newquay - 5 stars. Fascinating historic house and garden, very visitor friendly (especially for families/children) - not as well known as other NT properties in the area but should not be overlooked!

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