Our guide to Rock and The Camel Estuary.

You can find the town of Rock nestled on the banks of the Camel Estuary opposite the foodie, fishing village of Padstow.

Probably most famous for its celebrity fan base, Rock offers numerous water sports activities that include sailing, water skiing, kayaking and paddle boarding. Gorgeous beaches surround this part of Cornwall and the expansive sandy beach at Rock runs along the Camel all the way round to the beautiful beach of Daymer Bay, whilst the famous surf spot of Polzeath is just a short drive away.

Rock and Padstow sit on either side of the Camel Estuary and a foot ferry runs throughout the year between the two, this part of Cornwall is as well known for its amazing gastronomic delights as it is for its beaches; with Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth’s restaurants in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw in Rock to name just a few. If golf is your thing, then there are fabulous courses nearby including the world-renowned St Enodoc and The Point at Polzeath, which also offers excellent fitness facilities, swimming pool, spa and restaurant.

If you’d like to know more about Padstow you can see our area guide here>




The Point at Polzeath – Golf course & Country club


Situated a stones throw from the Cornish coast and a short walk from Polzeath, the award-winning, The Point, well worth a visit if you’re in the area and a must for keen Golfers. Read more about it here > 


We tend to visit restaurants because of the irresistible dishes on their menus, and the drinks are usually just an afterthought. But what if the liquid element of your meal is your priority? Well, worry no more, because we’ve compiled a list of our favourite places in and around North Cornwall where the drinks are just as, if not more, important than the food >

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