6 months ago

Rockpooling in North Cornwall

There’s a fascinating world below the shoreline, just waiting to be discovered. With minimal equipment required, plenty of amazing creatures to find, and very little damage to your wallet, rockpooling is a great way to keep the kids entertained this summer.   How to rockpool Check the tides – rockpooling is best done at low… Read more »

6 months ago

Life’s a beach: Essential guide to North Cornwall’s best beaches

Wondering which beaches to visit during this year’s summer holidays? Here are some of our favourites in North Cornwall with some helpful information about the facilities at each. All within a stones throw of The Point… Polzeath Great for families and surfers alike, Polzeath is a beautiful sandy beach just north of the Camel Estuary. One… Read more »

6 months ago

Your Guide to Wild Flowers in Cornwall

Cornwall is in bloom and the multitude of colours that currently grace the coast paths and many parts of the county’s inland areas are spectacular. Below we have put together a guide of some of the stunning flowers to look out for. Recent visitors this May 2019 have shared these magnificent photographs from their visit… Read more »

7 months ago

Whitsun late availability

Whitsun Late availability Now only 1 week left for Whitsun, plus a few short breaks The beautiful weather lately has led to a rush on last minute bookings and we now have only one full week left this coming Whitsun school holiday. Whitsun is traditionally one of the most popular times to come on holiday… Read more »

7 months ago

Destination Cornwall

When thinking about booking a holiday the time it takes you to get to your destination can often make your decision. Driving or taking the train to Cornwall can take a considerable amount of time, especially if coming from anywhere North of the M4. This becomes even more true if you only have a short… Read more »

7 months ago

Padstow May Day Explained

A Brief History of Padstow May Day Padstow’s Obby Oss celebration is one of the oldest surviving festivals in the UK, famous for both its age and its uniqueness. The custom has been carried out by Padstonians over centuries has not been allowed to die out. The exact origin of the tradition is unknown, and have… Read more »

7 months ago

Top 10 Days Out from The Point

Those who have ever stayed with us will know that we have a load of things on offer here at The Point. From an 18 hole golf course and driving range, a well equipped Health Club, tennis courts and pool, to a Bar and Restaurant with ocean views, we have enough to keep most entertained…. Read more »

9 months ago

2019 Easter activities in Cornwall

Spring is a beautiful time to visit Cornwall – the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and there is nowhere better for enjoying a blustery clifftop walk topped off with a pub lunch or afternoon cream tea. If you are considering bringing the family for an Easter break there are plenty of activities to… Read more »

10 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’s a few tips to help you see it through and become one of the 20%, a winner. Ask yourself – What is motivating me to set… Read more »