a village on the north coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
It is situated on the east side of the River Camel estuary
approximately six miles (10 km) north of Wadebridge and half-a-mile
(800 metres) south of Polzeath.
Trebetherick straddles the Polzeath to Wadebridge road and extends
west to Daymer Bay and northwest to Trebetherick Point, a rocky
headland in the estuary, where the remains of shipwrecks can be seen
on the foreshore. The National Trust owns land adjacent to
South of Trebetherick Point is Daymer Bay with a sandy beach
sheltered from the Atlantic. The beach provides safe bathing for
holidaying families and is also popular with windsurfers.
At the south end of Daymer Bay Brea Hill rises to 62 metres (203
feet) with several tumuli at the summit.
Behind Daymer Bay's
sand dunes and south of Trebetherick is the St Enodoc Golf Club's
golf course. Between its fairways is St Enodoc Church, a small
church with a bent steeple. It lies considerably below the current
surrounding ground level, having been excavated in 1863 after being
completely buried by drifting sand.
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Little Tredowan is a modern 'Cottage
Style' annex to the main house but is completely self-contained,
with its' own entrance, garden and patio.
It is situated in Church Lane, leading off Daymer Lane within 300
metres of Daymer Bay beach and St.Enodoc Golf Course and in close
proximity to Rock, ideal for sailing, and Polzeath, renowned for
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