Solid stone buildings and pretty old fishermen’s cottages huddle around the harbour, whilst further up the hill you will find classic high-ceilinged Victorian and Georgian villas enjoying breathtaking views across the estuary. Fine sandy beaches are a joy, perfect for families with numerous water-sport activities to enjoy. You will be spoilt for choice by the abundance of fine restaurants and fantastic eateries, which include the renowned Rick Stein restaurants and cafes and Paul Ainsworth Michelin Starred, No 6 . The Camel Trail is a wonderful way to enjoy the views over the estuary and river with a dedicated foot and cycle trail that runs along its banks and links the town to Wadebridge and in turn on to Bodmin.
If you’d like to know more about Rock & the Camel Estuary you can see our area guide here>