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

Upcoming events

Marine Discovery Day

Thu 01 Jun 2017
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.

Wildflower walk at Pentire

Sat 03 Jun 2017
10:00-14:00
Join a National Trust ranger for a walk around the spectacular Pentire headland, just a few miles west of Port Quin.

Lundy Bay bracken bash

Sat 10 Jun 2017
10:00-15:00
Come and join the rangers for a few hours controlling the spread of bracken whilst enjoying coastal views overlooking the beach at Lundy Bay (near New Polzeath). All tools and equipment will be provided. No experience necessary.

Archaeology of Rough Tor

Sun 23 Jul 2017
10:00-13:00
Join us for a walk across iconic Rough Tor.

Bat night at Pentire

Wed 02 Aug 2017
20:30-22:30
Join the National Trust rangers for an evening all about bats.

Polzeath butterfly walk

Sun 06 Aug 2017
13:30-15:30
This lovely walk tracks one of the National Trust's butterfly survey routes.
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.