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Pentire is an exceptionally beautiful headland with far reaching views and managed for wildlife.

Pentire, near Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 6QY

View of the Rumps at Pentire headland in Cornwall

Planning your visit

Two adults and a child play on a balance beam in the woodland play area at Clandon Park, Surrey

Summer of Play at Pentire 

Find out what's planned for a great Summer of Play at Pentire.

A group, including a visitor using a Tramper mobility scooter, looking at the view of the Rumps at Pentire, Cornwall

Hiring mobility scooters at Pentire 

Visitors with limited mobility can now explore more coastline at Pentire headland. Find out how you can hire a Tramper mobility scooter at Pentire headland to enable you to roam further and enjoy more of its coastal scenery.

Pentyr Café at Pentire, Cornwall.

Eating at Pentire 

Whether you're grabbing some refreshments from Pentyr Café or bringing a picnic to enjoy, there are lots of options on where you can eat at Pentire.

Little dog sat with tongue out looking excited to try the tub of Scoop's Ice Cream for Dogs being held by a girl at Dunster Castle, Somerset

Visiting Pentire with your dog 

Pentire is a two pawprint rated place. Bring your dog to this stretch of Cornish coastline for fresh-air fun, with lots of walks to choose from, perfect for four paws (and two legs). 

A visitor carrying a backpack and walking along a footpath at Divis and the Black Mountain with stone walls either side, the countryside visible in the background.

Follow the Countryside Code 

Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.

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