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County - Cornwall | Map
Tel code: 01637 | code search
Postcode: TR8 | code search
Population: 750
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Treago Farm Caravan Site
"I would like to thank you for a very pleasant holiday for my wife and self the first week and for our son and his partner the second, the ..." More

Cosy Nook Tea Gardens & Restaurant
"Can get a nice cream TEA here, but not at TEA time. The cosy bit of cosy nook closes at 4 pm TEA time and you might have to ..." More

Treago Farm Caravan Site
"what a lovely place to stay for your hols. friendly ,accomodating, genuine people. we have been camping on treago every year and great time had by all,met many friends year ..." More

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Fantastic little village, beautiful beach and the people are very ...More

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A pretty coastal village on the North Cornish Coast, it was once the centre of religious activity before the Norman Conquest. The Norman church still survives and has impressive wood carvings and stained glass windows. At the centre of the village is ’The Round Garden’ owned by the National Trust, was once the sight where one of seven Celtic churches stood, today an orchard and a pleasing place to dwell. When thirst or hunger strikes, why not try the Tea garden for a ‘cream tea’, or one of the two pubs for a bite or something stronger. The village boasts it’s own craft shop, and Picture Gallery that has many fine watercolours of local views and wildlife. Or see for yourself at West Pentire Headland, a site of special scientific interest with many wild flowers and rare plants. To enjoy the great outdoors is not difficult here whether you chose one of the many walks through beautiful countryside or inspiring coastal paths, or maybe Crantock Beach, with wide sandy beach to an impressive range of sand dunes and steep cliffs. For the curious there are always the rock pools to investigate or the sandy bottomed caves to explore.

Camping

Treago Farm Caravan Site
Trevella Tourist Park

Caravan Park

Crantock Plains Touring Park
Treago Farm Caravan Site

Pub and Bar

Bowgie Inn
Cornishman
Crantock Bay Hotel
Old Albion Inn

Restaurant

Bowgie Inn
Cornishman
Cosy Nook Tea Gardens & Restaurant
Crantock Bay Hotel

School

Wheelgate House School

Shops

Crantock Gallery
Crantock Beach Cafe

Places to Stay near Crantock

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Ravensbury Hotel (0.77 miles)

Ravensbury Hotel
Ravensbury is a warm and friendly family run hotel offering a great location on the Pentire peninsular Fistral beach to the front of the hotel and the Gannel river and Crantock beach to the rear ... More | visit website
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Bay Hotel (0.84 miles)

Bay Hotel

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Situated at the very tip of the southern end of the world famous surfing beach, Fistral, this hotel offers superb coastal views from the restaurant, lounge areas and many of the ... More

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Surfside Hotel (0.85 miles)

Surfside Hotel

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Surfside Hotel, with its growing reputation for a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Come and be our guests and see why people return year after year.

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Esplanade Hotel (0.87 miles)

Esplanade Hotel

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Situated overlooking the world-famous surfing venue of Fistral Beach, this family-orientated hotel offers all the action and excitement associated with a visit to Newquay, but without the crowds. A modern hotel, The ... More

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Crantock Bay Hotel (0.88 miles)

Crantock Bay Hotel

The privately owned and family run Crantock Bay Hotel is located in a spectacular coastal location on a National Trust Headland, overlooking Crantock beach. The hotel gardens lead to the coastal path and footpaths down ... More

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Kirribilli Guest House (1.14 miles)

A very warm welcome awaits you here at the Kirribilli Guest House, Newquay, Cornwall, where guests can enjoy clean and bright accommodation. Just 3 minutes walk from Newquay Town, 5 minutes walk away from Towan ... More | visit website
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Gratton Lodge (1.19 miles)

Gratton Lodge
Gratton Lodge is a large detached building set in almost an acre of gardens, offering comfort combined with friendly service. Family run with 5 modern bedrooms all of which are en-suite. Gratton Lodge is ideally ... More | visit website
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Meadow View (1.19 miles)

Meadow View
Meadow View is a friendly family run non- smoking establishment. We endeavour to maintain a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere - a holiday without worries. We welcome families and couples and aim to make your holiday as ... More | visit website
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Eton Court Apartments (1.30 miles)

Eton Court Apartments
Eton Court Apartments are a selection of two and three bedroom apartments. Ideally located, being only a five minute walk from Newquay Town Centre with its array of shops, bars, bistros, restaurant, ... More | visit website
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Quies Hotel (1.32 miles)

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Alex & Will extend a warm welcome to the Quies which is a 3 star accommodation This is a 2 minutes walk from the town centre, ... More | visit website

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