Guest Information – Advice from Visit Cornwall: Think, Plan, Book & Enjoy

We are delighted to welcome you to Cornwall for that long-waited day out, holiday or break. Cornwall is as wonderful as ever, but some things have changed. Most importantly, we all have to abide by the Government guidelines to ensure we are all safe and able to enjoy all that Cornwall has to make life fun, fulfilling and create those life-long memories.

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The Strangles Beach – North Cornwall Coast

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We finally explored The Strangles Beach in February and it was amazing. Such a beautiful, rugged and wild expanse of coastline. It is one of those places we have been meaning to go to for ages, but the tide was never doing what is needs to do doing. The tide should be low to make the most of your visit.

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Best North Cornish Beaches For …

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With 80% of Cornwall surrounded by sea, Cornwall boasts the most coastline in Britain, coming in at a whopping 476km. With it’s beaches being rated amoung some of the best in the world, there is a great variety of types of beaches. Of course you can’t really go wrong wherever you go, but do check the tides. Here are our thoughts on what our local beaches are each best for.

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Coombe Farm’s Top Six Beaches in North Cornwall

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Cornwall offers over a hundred beaches, between them they offer all the activities you could want – sandy beaches for sunbathing and sandcastles, rock pools, surfing. Many of the beaches are dog friendly, and the coastal paths above the beaches provide stunning views.

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Join us for some Cornish Christmas Traditions

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Go for an Invigorating Winter Swim. Crooklets Beach Splash in Bude is an annual event, taking place every Christmas morning. With around 600 people this year expected to brave the elements, many people love to watch the madness from the surrounding cliffs.

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