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Highlights in Polzeath
- Family beaches
- Surfing central
- Hikes and walks
- Natural beauty
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Polzeath is a Cornish town with a wide, sandy beach and great surf, perfect for beach holidays. The town’s main street runs parallel with the seafront, and offers the visitor all they’ll need, with a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants. Holiday lettings are available close by all the local amenities and visitor attractions, as well as in the delightful countryside which surrounds the town.Experience Polzeath’s beautiful rentals
Traditional Cornish styled lettings feature heavily in the options of properties awaiting you in Polzeath. Holiday rentals boast attractive stone or brightly painted buildings, large, sweeping windows to take in the incredible views, and ample space. Look out for lettings with large, airy conservatories, or pretty patio spaces, often with BBQ facilities for an outdoor family meal. Surrounded by beauty, they make for the perfect place to relax, take in some sun, and enjoy the fine activities and attractions that Polzeath offers.
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Glorious hiking and birdwatching
Take one of the many hiking routes around the hills which rise high above the coast around Polzeath, and look out for corn buntings and puffins, and other rare birds. Polzeath’s main beach is in a protected cove surrounded by green cliffs and rock pools to explore. Coastal paths take you across headlands with incredible sea views to one side and stunning hilly landscapes to the other. Break up your walk with a stop at the Oystercatcher Bar where you can enjoy alfresco dining or simply a pint or a glass of wine and soak in the vistas!
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Cornwall is synonymous with surfing – Polzeath doubly so. Regular, reliable surfing all year round makes this the top destination in the UK for surfers from beginners to advanced. The gentle slope of the beach creates waves which are perfect for those who are finding their surfing feet. Beginners will appreciate the excellent surf schools – try Surf’s up, or George’s, who will supply you with all you need to know to start to catch those waves. Wave riders can be reassured of lifeguard coverage during the summer, making this a safe and fun place to build up your confidence.Polzeath for photographers and artists
Polzeath’s natural beauty has so much to offer, varying from rolling hills to sweeping beaches to open countryside. Whether you prefer to capture the ecological and environmental magnificence on canvas or on camera, artists abound in Polzeath, endeavouring to seize a moment to share with others. Look also for the fascinating man-made structures which feature strongly in the images of Polzeath. St. Enodoc church, for instance, which is almost hidden below the brow of a hill other than its spire which gently rises as though to guide the visitor to its ancient chapel, offers exquisite artistic opportunities. Or for a more modern twist, the famous Padstow Harbour, just a couple of miles away, is perfect for the artist with nautical interests.
Polzeath was loved by England’s favourite children’s writer Enid Blyton, whose Famous Five characters Dick, Anne and Julian were regular holidaymakers to the town.
Top 5 travel tips in Polzeath
Tarquin’s Cornish Gin handcraft traditional gin and pastis and offer a welcome tour of the distillery to visitors, followed by a cheeky tasting session. This is one trip you don’t want to be the designated driver for…2. Learn the lifecycle of a lobster
The National Lobster Hatchery offers you the opportunity to learn more about these interesting creatures, and the importance of managing our marine environment. See lobsters in all the periods of their life cycle. A great day out for all the family.3. Kick back at the local golf course
St. Enodoc’s golf club will treat you to some of the best views in the area. A great course, extremely well maintained and highly recommended.4. Take the kids on a Camel Creek Adventure
Just a few miles down the road from Polzeath discover the Camel Creek Adventure. Classic roller coasters, fun for smalls and plenty for the thrill seeker, the whole family will have a day out to remember at this great theme park.5. Visit the stunning Prideaux Place Manor
Prideaux Place is an Elizabethan manor house in Padstow, just a few minutes’ drive from the centre of Polzeath. Delightfully adorned, the interior of the house competes with the exceptional gardens and estate for beauty and grandeur.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Polzeath
With an annual average price of £198.87, Polzeath is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should travel to Polzeath in January, February, and March which are the months that offer the best prices, with average prices of £112.16, £116.91, and £132.51 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of June (£286.64), October (£278.29), and July (£272.43).
If you decide to discover Polzeath, we suggest organising your holiday in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 75% in the year 2020.
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Polzeath were January, February, and April with average availabilities of 52%, 46.4% and 42.75%, respectively.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is July (only 1% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by August (1.6%), and September (5%).
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