Walking in Cornwall and exploring the local countryside
Treworgie Barton self-catering holiday cottages are located within easy reach of some stunning North Cornwall Heritage Coast footpaths, much of which are within areas of outstanding natural beauty. Whether you are an experienced walker or just looking for a leisurely stroll, there are walks to suit everyone.
Crackington Haven, the local beach, is just two miles down the road – a wonderful bay surrounded by some lovely scenery and 400ft cliffs.
There is a nice stroll from the car park along the canal to breakwater and up to Compass Point, a hexagonal tower on the cliff edge to the left of the Canal. Car parks in Bude will only set you back £5 for 24 hours.
Clovelly is a quaint fishing village, with steep cobbled streets leading to the port. Certainly worth a visit, but it’s not for the faint hearted!
The moor is home to the Cheesewring, a granite tor, and the Hurlers, three ancient stone circles.