12 months ago

Keep the kids busy in Cornwall this October

Love stomping around the coast path in wellies by day and curling up in front of a cosy log fire by night? October is a great time to visit Cornwall, and with the kids off school for half term there are plenty of fun family-friendly activities going on. Here are some of our top picks…. Read more »

12 months ago

How to use a wood burning stove

When the autumnal nip in the air turns into an icy chill and the sun begins to disappear just as you’re finishing afternoon tea, there’s no better way to spend an evening than curled up in front of a real log fire. But how do you light one without losing your eyebrows? Here’s a handy… Read more »

1 year ago

Yoga and Mindfulness Retreats

With the autumn drawing in it is time to take a bit of time for yourself – time out from the stresses of day to day life. The Point has been chosen as the ideal venue for both a Yoga and a Mindfulness retreat this autumn. Staying in our beautiful eco apartments you have views… Read more »

1 year ago

Yoga Break

Equinox & Full moon Women’s YogaVenture at The Point September 21st -24th with Sandra & Sofia Barnes ‘Soothe your mind, energise your body & reconnect with your spirit’    We are excited to welcome Sandra and Sofia to run their yoga break here at The Point. They have had a couple of cancellations which has… Read more »

1 year ago

Best autumn walks in North Cornwall

With the leaves beginning to change colour and the hint of an autumnal chill in the air, it’s a great time to throw a couple of extra layers on and enjoy the beautiful scenery North Cornwall has to offer at this time of year. Here are some of our favourite autumn walks… Pentire Headland A… Read more »

1 year ago

How to read a Surf forecast

Beach Tips – How to Read a Surf forecast Surf Reports can give a beach user all the information needed about the current surf conditions in a particular area. This is really important for staying safe whilst enjoying Cornwall’s beaches. One of the main questions most beach users have is; “How big are the waves… Read more »

1 year ago

Women and Girls Golf Week 2018

This week is Women and Girls Golf Week with England Golf focussing on the ladies side of the game. Some people are lucky enough to be surrounded by golf courses dotted all over the country, but surprisingly few try the game held back by the stigma that this is a sport for old people, with… Read more »

1 year ago

Polzeath Beer Festival 2018

The raffle was drawn Sunday morning 10 am, we raised £531 for our chosen charities: The Cornwall Community Foundation and Anaphylaxis Campaign. Please follow this link for the winners: Beer Festival Raffle Winners Another year has gone by so quickly and we are only a few days away from our 6th annual Beer and Music… Read more »

1 year ago

Think you know Cornwall? An essential visitor’s guide

Planning on visiting Cornwall this summer? If you’re heading across the Tamar for the first time and don’t know your saffron buns from your stargazy pies, read on to find out everything you need to know about England’s stunning southwestern peninsula. Geography With more than 300 beaches to explore across 422 miles of stunning coastline,… Read more »