Godrevy Beach (Godrevey, Peter's Point) - North Cornish Coast, Cornwall Beaches
The northen-most tip of Hayle's '3 miles of golden sand' and probably the most dramatic. Owing to it's position Godrevy takes the brunt of the Atlantic swell and is one of the more exposed beaches of the North coast. It is a place of moods ranging from buckets and spades on a sunny summers day to classic rugged Cornish splendour on a stormy winter's day.
5 of the Best Restaurants in Bodmin Moor & Tamar Valley - Sykes Cottages
Tantilise the tastebuds on your next visit to Bodmin or the Tamar Valley at any of the 5 restaurants we have selected as some of our favourites in the area.
Inn on the Shore - Downderry. A nice easy stroll along the beach from Seaton. Dogs are allowed in the bar and outside, but not in the restaurant. You can eat in the bar, but best to reserve a table if the weather is iffy, as there are only 3 tables.
Crows Nest, Liskeard. A 16th Century inn in the hamlet of Crows Nest on the Eastern edge of Bodmin moor, surrounded by old mine engine houses, Ancient relics such as Trethevy Quoite, The Cheese Wring and the Hurlers are nearby. There are many lovely walks around the village and surrounding moor lands.