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Eating out is a popular activity...
This area of north Cornwall is famed for its world-class restaurants. These include several owned by Rick Stein, including his famous Seafood Restaurant in Padstow and the Cornish Arms in St Merryn, the next door village to Trevone (www.rickstein.com).Try No 6 in Padstow (http://number6inpadstow.co.uk/) where the chef is Paul Ainsworth, who trained with Gary Rhodes and Gordon Ramsay.
Cycle on the Camel Trail...
This spectacular track runs from Padstow through Wadebridge to Bodmin, and Poley's Bridge. At fifteen miles, this offers a great day's ride with excellent local pubs and restaurants along the way.
Surfing and body boarding...
is very popular in Trevone and you can Learn to surf at Harlyn. Local surf schools can help you get started, teaching individuals and families wanting to improve their surfing skills.
The famous Trevone hole
A hole in the field next to the sea, with a cave linking the bottom of the hole to the sea.
Hillside, Trevone is available throughout the year, whether its for a short weekend break or for a longer holiday by the sea. Perfect for large gatherings of family and friends, with something in the area for everyone.
Trevone is on the south west coast path. Turn left at the beach shop for a gentle stroll to Harlyn Bay, a large family beach with pub and mobile café. Further on, Mother Ivey¹s Bay is a glorious sandy bay where you can sometimes see dolphins and seals basking (you have to walk along the beach at Harlyn Bay as the cliff path is discontinuous here). For the energetic, carry on, either round windswept Trevose Head with its lifeboat station (visible from the top window at Hillside), or via the shortcut across the bottom of the peninsula. Then on to Constantine, Treyarnon (café in the youth hostel) or Porthcothan (where there is a bus every two hours from the beach shop, back to the turning at the top of Trevone). Another hour or so beyond Porthcothan is the National Trust tea shop at Bedruthan Steps, a couple of miles beyond that is Mawgan Porth, where the Padstow-bound bus leaves from a side road close to the garage (not from the shelter on the main road).