Port Quin

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

A peaceful sheltered inlet on an outstanding stretch of unspoilt coast

Planning your visit

Upcoming events

Scrub 'n spuds at Pentire Head, near Polzeath

Sat 25 Jan 2020
Spend a few hours on the coast helping National Trust rangers cut back gorse and blackthorn scrub to encourage wildlife at this valuable coastal habitat.

Scrub and spuds at Pentire Head near Polzeath

Wed 19 Feb 2020
Bonfires, jacket potatoes and marshmallows. Are you tempted yet? Be a National Trust ranger for a few hours and help us with some scrub bashing

Polzeath Mega Beach Clean

Sat 14 Mar 2020
Help Polzeath Beachcare, National Trust and the Polzeath Marine Conservation Group volunteers clean the beautiful beaches at Polzeath.

Marine Discovery Day

Thu 28 May 2020
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.

Bat Night at Pentire Head, near Polzeath

Thu 30 Jul 2020
Join National Trust rangers for an evening all about bats.
Port Quin

Places to stay

The exterior of Doyden Castle, Port Isaac, Cornwall

Holidays in Port Quin 

Port Quin is located just along the coast from Port Isaac and a stone's throw from the breathtaking Pentire headland. There is a variety of accommodation in the surrounding area. Choose from cosy cottages with wonderful sea views, comfortable apartments or the picturesque Doyden Castle.

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Our work

Purple foxglove growing along the coastal path on the Rumps at Pentire, Cornwall Purple foxglove growing along the coastal path on the Rumps at Pentire, Cornwall

Pentire headland 

Pentire headland is the focus of a drive by the Trust to farm areas of land in a way that benefits wildlife; as well as encouraging and enabling more visitors to enjoy exceptionally beautiful outdoor spaces.

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Get involved

Volunteers repairing a Cornish wall

Ranger taster days 

There are regular opportunities to spend a day with our ranger teams in North Cornwall. You'll be helping to play a part in caring for our remarkable coastline.