Carnewas at Bedruthan

Carnewas at Bedruthan cliffs at dusk

Important notice -

Carnewas at Bedruthan car park is open. You don't need to book but if the car park is full please come back another time. The tea-room will be open from Sunday 5 July. Toilets are open but the shop remains closed.

Dramatic coastline with views over huge rock stacks

The cliff stairs at Carnewas at Bedruthan

Steps to beach closed 

Following a major rock fall over the winter the cliff steps leading down to Bedruthan beach are deemed too dangerous to be used. From February 2020 these cliff steps to the beach will be closed until further notice. The cliff tops and footpaths remain open for views and refreshing walks.


No overnight camping and parking 

No overnight camping or parking is allowed at the places we care for. More information on why we don’t permit visitors to stay overnight at our car parks can be found here.

Carnewas at Bedruthan

Eating and shopping

Cornish cream tea

Tasty treats and more

The popular tea-room (not National Trust) will be open from Sunday 5 July. The tea garden will be open and there is a take-away option which includes light lunches, hot and cold drinks, cakes and cream teas. The shop remains closed at the current time.

Carnewas at Bedruthan

Places to stay

Carnewas at Bedruthan


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


Porth Mear near Park Head, Carnewas

Find out about Park Head 

Near Carnewas is Park Head. A place rich in archaeology and home to a wealth of wildlife.