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Contact Numbers for Local Services



Cubert Taxis

01637 830819

Cosy Nook Tea Gardens

01637 830324

The Bowgie Inn

01637 830363

Crantock Post Office & Spar Grocery

01637 830235

The Albion Inn

01637 830243

Crantock Dairy & Pet Supplies

01637 830639


Local Info


In this area lying one side of the Gannel Estuary, it is almost as if time has stood still, and although modern additions have been made for the benefit of holidaymakers, the natural surroundings are quite charming, and mostly unspoilt. Golden sands and dunes are vast, whilst small coves are around every corner The coast path allows walkers and strollers to enjoy wonderful scenery complemented with colour variations according to the season. Spring to summer is certainly the best time, but for birdwatchers there is always much to see Porth Joke was once the haunt of Choughs, medium-sized birds related to the Jackdaw The Jackdaw is still very much in evidence, and a programme to re-introduce the Chough to Cornwall is in progress The National Trust headland, The Kelseys, is very popular. Old churches of ancient value are delightful Crantock (St. Carantock) c.1224 stands on the site of an oratory founded in the 5th century. The ruined oratory of St. Piran (AD 550) lies in the sandhills of Penhale Bones of a "Cornish Giant" were found here He would have been 7ft 6in in height This. is very much smuggling country of bygone years due to the numerous caves and rocky inlets The "Poldark" stories by Winston Graham have been inspired by these surroundings He lived close-by at Perranporth