3 months ago

Is the “New You” Achievable?

January is panic season in gyms across the country. Millions of us set ourselves new years resolutions and by March around 80% of us have already given up so here are a few tips to help you see it through and become one of the 20%, a winner. Ask yourself – What is motivating me to… Read more »

4 months ago

Top Things to Look Forward to in 2020

New Year’s Eve 2019 will see the end of the Twenty-Tens era and welcome in the roaring ’20s of the 21st century. We’ve selected some exciting things to look forward to in 2020. A Whole Extra Day Every four years in the Gregorian calendar, an extra day is added to the calendar in order to… Read more »

Pacific Links

5 months ago

New Membership Benefits – Pacific Links Golf Network

We are thrilled to announce that we are now an Affiliate member of the Pacific Links Golf Network, a global reciprocal program, offering valuable benefits to participating clubs and their members. Pacific Links offers members access to the finest collection of high-quality golf clubs in the world. Pacific Links Affiliate Clubs are part of a… Read more »

Beef Bourgignon

5 months ago

Winter Warming Food for the Soul

Our great team of chefs have put together a new winter menu with winter warming comfort foods to warm the soul and body. With October comes colder, shorter days and darker evenings. Our cravings for comfort foods, hot soups and winter stews make summer salads a distant memory. This autumn our chefs have taken inspiration… Read more »

Polzeath Sunset Jump

5 months ago

Exciting New Holiday Offers

New offers introduced with winter in mind… Fresh air, great coastal vista’s and great tasting comfort food – Cornwall is Britains answer to the mountains so dust off the woolly hat and scarf. Things are taking a cooler turn. The Point is an ideal base for self-catering holidays near the coast. With a heated indoor… Read more »

Camel Estuary from Rock

6 months ago

The Doom Bar – Stories and Shipwrecks

For centuries the Camel Estuary has provided a means of trade and prosperity for the local area due to its position and geography along the coast for trading and refuge. Despite this, at its mouth lies historically one of the most unforgiving maritime areas in the South West, if not the country. In this blog,… Read more »

6 months ago

How to Use a Wood Burning Stove – The Basics

It is once again the time of year when the autumnal nip in the air is slowly but surely turning into an icy chill. Day by day the sun begins to disappear earlier and we believe there’s no better way to spend an evening than curled up in front of a real log fire. But… Read more »

New 7th Green The Point

6 months ago

New Par 3 Updates

New 7th Hole Updates As many of you will be aware, Tom and his team have been busy amongst the trees to the right of the current 7th hole over the spring and summer months constructing what will form a brand new par 3. The hole will be an exciting new addition to the course… Read more »

St Enodoc Church

7 months ago

St Enodoc – A Chapel Buried Under Sand

Just a short walk over the public footpaths from The Point is the fascinating Chapel of St Enodoc at Trebetherick. An unlikely location for a place of worship set behind the dunes at Daymer bay on St Enodoc Golf Course. The 12th-century chapel has an interesting history which saw it at one point nearly buried… Read more »