Port Quin

Doyden Cottage at Doyden Point, Port Quin, overlooking Padstow Bay

A peaceful sheltered inlet on an outstanding stretch of unspoilt coast

Port Quin

Things to see and do

Planning your visit

Port Quin

What's on

Upcoming events

Coastal challenge series 2016 - Pentire Head

Tue 10 May 2016
19:00-21:30
Whether you're a seasoned trail runner or someone who last saw their trainers down the back of the sofa, you're welcome to join us and make the most of the beautiful coastline in North Cornwall. We'll guide you on a 10k or 5k run.

Discover Rough Tor

Wed 01 Jun 2016
11:00-13:00
Interpret the landscape from a different perspective. Local geology expert Jane Anderson will guide us through the geological history of the area.

Marine Discovery Day

Thu 02 Jun 2016
10:00-16:00
The National Trust, Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Polzeath Marine Conservation Group among many others are joining forces to bring you a Marine Day you will never forget.

Coastal wildflowers of Pentire

Sat 04 Jun 2016
10:00-14:00
Join one of the National Trust rangers, for a walk around the spectacular Pentire headland, just a few miles west of Port Quin.

Marvel at moths

Thu 09 Jun 2016
21:30-23:00
Fascinated about moths? We're hosting an evening of moth hunting and discovery in our allotment near New Polzeath.

Ranger day at Pentire

Sat 11 Jun 2016
10:00-14:00
Join the rangers for a few hours improving access on Pentire Head.
Port Quin

Places to stay

Doyden Castle, Port Quin

Accommodation  

Much of our accommodation around Polzeath and Port Quin is within beautiful listed buildings. Find out about our places to stay.