St Mawgan/Mawgan Porth
St Mawgan in Pydar
is a civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village
of St Mawgan is situated four miles northeast of Newquay.
The nearby Royal Air Force station, RAF St. Mawgan, takes its name
from the village and is next to Newquay Cornwall Airport.
The River Menalhyl runs through St Mawgan village and the valley is
known as The Vale of Lanherne. It was the subject of a poem by poet
Henry Sewell Stokes.
Mawgan Porth is a beach and small settlement in north
Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated north of Watergate
Bay approximately four miles (6 km) north of Newquay, on the
Atlantic Ocean coast.
Mawgan Porth is in the civil parish of Mawgan-in-Pydar at the
seaward end of the Vale of Lanherne (or Vale of Mawgan) where the
River Menalhyldischarges into the sea. The hamlet consists of a pub,
a general store, and several hotels, guest houses and caravan parks.
The sandy beach, backed by dunes with cliffs at each end, is
quality-assessed and supervised by lifeguards during the summer. It
is a popular surfinglocation. The South West Coast Path passes
behind the beach and the area attracts holiday-makers
Commanding glorious views across the Vale of Lanherne towards the
sea at Mawgan Porth, Dalswinton House is a Victorian stone built
former farmhouse now regarded as one of Cornwall's finest dog
Midway between Padstow and Newquay, with easy access to dog friendly
beaches at Watergate Bay and Mawgan Porth as well as the South West
Coastal Path we offer the ideal base from which to explore
Overlooking the village of St.Mawgan, family-run Dalswinton House is
approached over its own private drive and offers comfortable rooms
and a friendly atmosphere together with a bar and a restaurant
serving an award winning breakfast and 3 course dinner freshly
prepared to order.
The Inn at Bedruthan
Inn at Bedruthan is a freehouse set close to the cliff top at the
world renowned Bedruthan Steps beach. We are positioned on the North
Cornish Coast, 5 miles from Padstow and Newquay, and close to
Fifteen at Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth and only 30 minutes from
the Eden Project. Newquay airport is just over two miles away.
enjoy an enviable location overlooking the North Cornish Coast which
attracts visitors to the area for its unspoilt, rugged and historic
landscape. The views are stunning, both out to sea over Bedruthan
Steps and inland beyond St Eval Church to Bodmin Moor.
Family owned and operated, we offer great home-made food based on
local and seasonal produce, 8 guest bedrooms, all with stunning
views, two of which have superb disabled facilities, a three bedroom
apartment and 12 caravan/camping pitches. The rooms with disabled
facilities are equipped with pressalit bathroom fittings, meaning
that people with all types of disability will be more than
rooms are fresh, impeccably clean and comfortable. They all have
great views, most of which are straight out to sea over Bedruthan
Steps. They have some extra touches like fresh ground coffee, fresh
milk and Faith in Nature toiletries.
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