Carnewas at Bedruthan

Carnewas at Bedruthan cliffs at dusk

Important notice -

Our countryside space is open. We ask all visitors to follow government guidance on travel and social distancing to keep everyone safe. There is a footpath diversion due to a cliff fall on neighbouring land above Bedruthan beach.

Dramatic coastline with views over huge rock stacks

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Carnewas at Bedruthan

Eating and shopping

Cornish cream tea

Tasty treats and more

Carnewas Tea-room (National Trust tenant) is open offering a takeaway service as well as some outdoor seating. The shop remains closed and will re-open in May 2021.

Carnewas at Bedruthan

Places to stay

Carnewas at Bedruthan

History

View from Park Head towards Carnewas

Discover the past 

Learn about the history of Carnewas at Bedruthan, from its mining industry, and emergence as a Victorian resort right up to the ever-changing coastline enjoyed today.

Carnewas at Bedruthan

Wildlife

Porth Mear near Park Head, Carnewas

Find out about Park Head 

Near Carnewas is Park Head and the Porth Mear valley. Places rich in archaeology and home to a wealth of wildlife.