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Facilities available for this trail

Parking - Parking at the start in village car park

Picnic areas - all along the trail are places for picnics

Eating and shopping - village store

Public houses - The Portreath Arms, The Waterfront Inn, The Atlantic Cafe Bar, Tehidy Cafe

WCs - at the car park in village and at Tehidy Cafe


Family and children friendly - good trail but some rough sections

Cycle trail - good trail but some rough sections

Bridleway trail - trail is suitable

Walking trail - a gentle to moderate trail

Disability access - not suitable for wheelchairs or scooters

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The Atlantic Cafe Bar


We at The Atlantic should count our blessings. We are truly lucky to have our business in such a beautiful location right on the coast. There are some truly breathtaking sunrises and sunsets over Gull Rock and amazing landscape open to all walkers and cyclists alike. Oh, and not to mention the amazing music evenings and parties we host here!
Address: The Atlantic Cafe Bar, The Seafront, Portreath, Redruth, Cornwall, TR16 4NN
Tel: +44 1209 843490
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Website: http://www.atlanticcafebar.co.uk

Portreath Arms Hotel


Only a few paces from the sea and open to everyone. This is not an Olde Worlde pub with low oak beams on which to bump your head but it is traditional. Built in 1856, it is solid, sunny and spacious. The decorations are light and bright and the rooms are well proportioned and comfortable.

The beer is good, carefully kept and carefully served, while the freshly cooked meals more than satisfies the most ravenous of holiday appetites. In both the public bar and cosy lounge you can rub shoulders with the native Cornishman and enjoy the experience.

Holidays should provide an escape from restrictions and routine. Here, within obvious bounds, you may do as you please in an atmosphere which is friendly, unhurried and relaxing.
Address: Portreath Arms Hotel, The Square, Portreath, Cornwall, TR16 4LA
Tel: +44 1209 842259
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Website: www.portreath-arms-hotel.co.uk

The Waterfront Inn


The waterfront has a Lounge Bar Beach Bar and Restaurant. We can cater for weddings functions and has a wonderful beach outside the door. Food is served daily at lunch and dinner times and a variety of local fish are usually available daily specials as well as a good pub snack menu. Ample car parking and full disabled facilities.
Address: Forth an Nance, Portreath, Cornwall, TR16 4NQ
Tel: +44 1209 842777
Website: http://thewaterfrontinn.webs.com

Beachside Bed & Breakfast


Beachside Bed and Breakfast is steps away from the sandy beach in the small village of Portreath in Cornwall.

With a handful of rooms available and as a family run business we aim to make everyone feel at home.

Whether you are looking for a holiday or staying for business we are sure to be able to accommodate you.
Address: Beachside B & B, 24 Chynance, Portreath, Cornwall, TR16 4NL
Tel: +44 1209 843859
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Website: www.beachside.eu

Cliff House Bed and Breakfast


We are a small and friendly Bed and Breakfast in Portreath, Cornwall. 2 minutes walk from a sandy beach and situated on the coast path. With it's historic harbour and beautiful coastline Portreath offers everything for families and couples alike.

The rooms are clean and un-fussy, with fluffy towels and quality linen provided. Our location is ideal for travel throughout South West Cornwall. Being only 20 miles from The Lizzard and approximately 30 minutes from Newquay and St Ives.

We believe in going that extra mile to make your stay with us a special and memorable one.
Address: Simon and Viv Haywood, Cliff House, Cliff Terrace, Portreath, Cornwall, TR16 4LE
Tel: +44 1209 843847
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Website: www.cliffhouseportreath.com

Tehidy Cafe

The Tehidy Country Park visitor centre and cafe can be found by the South Drive entrance.

Opens 7 days a week 10am - 5.00pm All Year Round [4.00pm in Winter months]

Serving great coffee, freshly made soup, sandwiches, lunchtime specials and home-baked cakes and treats
Website: Tehidy Cafe


Address: Portreath village car park

Lat: N 50° 15' 39.72"

Long: W 5° 17' 29.41"

OS Grid Ref: SW 65415 45323

Distance: 5.74 miles

Terrain: Challenging

Portreath - Trail 3 - Cliff & woodland Trail

This trail extends Trail Two further along the Coastal Path giving you much more chance to enjoy the views. On a good day you'll be able to see from Godrevy lighthouse in the south-west up to St Agnes head in the north-east.

You then cut back on yourself down a lane leading to a delightful hamlet called Combe. From here you cut into Oak Wood and through Tehidy Woods.

In the northern part of the woods there is an ancient earthwork whilst in Oak Wood, earth banks that were once field boundaries can still be seen. The Basset family obtained the manor house in the middle of the 12th century. Converted later to Tehidy Hospital (sometimes referred to as Tehidy Sanatorium), it was an isolation hospital for patients with tuberculosis, but in later years also dealt with patients who had strokes, head injuries and various respiratory disorders.

Over the years most of the wards closed and finally the hospital shut completely in April 1988, and has now been converted into luxury apartments. Several new luxury houses have also been built around the former hospital buildings. There is no public right of way through this section of the park.

The trail takes you back to Portreath alongside the golf course and then down into the village itself.