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** Save £50 on Sykes holidays for arrivals after 1st April 2021 with a total price of £600 or more. Holidays over £600 is based on the rental and booking fee only. Only one voucher code may be applied to each booking, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be applied to existing bookings. Please refer to T&Cs for full details.

Why visit North Cornwall?

Stretching along the Atlantic coast running from the town of Padstow to Bude, North Cornwall is a varied landscape of dramatic cliffs, rocky coves and lush, green moorland. The swell of the waves from the Atlantic Ocean creates some of the best surfing spots in the UK, including beaches at Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay. The South West Coast Path runs all the way along this route, providing walkers with miles and miles of headland to explore and stunning scenery to view. Keen cyclists can tackle the 18 mile route of two former railway lines that runs from Padstow to Bodmin. 

There is no shortage of amazing places to eat out, none more so than the foodie haven of Cornwall, Padstow. Sample exquisite local seafood at one of Rock Stein’s restaurants or book a fine-dining experience like no other at Paul Ainsworth’s No.6.