Christmas at Pentire
- 16 November 2023
Join us for some festive cheer at Pentire. There will be live music and wreath making workshops. Make friends with our wooden reindeer on a trail and why not combine with a bracing coastal walk before enjoying a hot chocolate in front of the fire. You’ll find the activities in the main visitor hub by the car park, toilets and café at Pentireglaze.
Wreath making workshops
Fri 1 and Sat 2 Dec at 11am. Tickets are £55 per person.
Get ready for the festive season by making your own Christmas wreath to take away with you. Guided by Charlotte Speculo, no experience is necessary. Refreshments available from the café.
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Fri 1 Dec–Sun 7 Jan
Our popular wooden reindeer are back and with a fun new trail in the orchard.
We’re delighted to welcome three musical acts who’ll be performing festive tunes during the run up to Christmas. Performances start at 1pm.
Sun 10, Arundel Consort - The group will present seasonal songs and tunes from across the centuries, using recorders, guitar, voice and various percussion.
Sat 16, The Rowan Tree - Performing traditional music, predominantly from Cornwall, and original tunes with a Celtic feel.
Sun 17, Washaway Gallery - The choir formed in 2001 to sing the music of the churches and chapels in the 18th & 19th centuries. They sing traditional Cornish carols, mainly unique to Cornwall.
Coming up.... Wassail
Sun 7 Jan
Join us at Pentire for a wassail to toast the orchard in and awake the apple tree spirits. Please check back for more information nearer the time.
Pentire is the perfect place to enjoy a winter's walk, with footpaths criss-crossing the headland. Enjoy some fresh sea air and then why not treat yourself to a sweet treat in front of the wood burning stove.
The café, toilets and barn with indoor seating will be open weekends in December (Fri-Sun) until Sun 17 Dec, 10.30am-3pm.
Then from Wed 27 Dec until Sun 7 Jan, 10.30am-3pm. Every purchase made helps to fund our work.
Discover this dramatic stretch of Cornish coastline just north of Polzeath, whether you want to get active outdoors, or simply sit and soak up the views.
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.
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).