The stunning beaches of Rock, Daymer Bay and Polzeath – known as surfer’s paradise, are all within a five minutes drive.
As well as the glorious beaches, Rock has several top restaurants and is a haven for dinghy sailors. A regular ferry connects you to the other side of the bay and the popular harbour of Padstow.
Padstow is still a working harbour with fresh fish available each day from quay side shops. As well as offering fantastic shopping the town is also home to word famous chef Rick Stein. If you want to eat in one of his many restaurants then we suggest you book in advance. If you aren't fortunate to get a table then you can always purchase food, drink and trinkets from one of the many "Stein" shops in Padstow.
If you don't want to take the passenger ferry from Rock then Padstow is about 15 minutes by car.
A few miles North of Chapel Amble are the quaint fishing villages of Port Isaac and Port Quin. The scenery here is typical of the dramatic North Cornwall coast.
Within a hundred yards is our famous local "The Maltster's Arms". A 300 year old Pub with Restaurant, imaginative cooking, specialising in fish and local produce where possible. Interesting wine list with several available by the glass. Recommended by the Good Pub Guide and a British cheese recommended pub. (Cornish Good Pub Guide "Dining" Pub of the Year 1996).