Beach Head Bunkhouse, Park Head, St Eval, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7UU
Call Beach Head Bunkhouse at National Trust Holidays on 03443 351296
OverviewBeach Head Bunkhouse offers basic accommodation with fantastic views out to sea and along the north Cornish coast to Trevose Head. Only 1.5 miles from the beach at Porthcothan and located close to the South West Coast path, it is the perfect base for family holidays and walking groups alike. Within easy driving distance of Padstow and close to the iconic Bedruthan Steps. Perfect for walkers, surfers, families (though not those with very young children due to external stairs and stair rails), extended family groups, activity and educational groups. A large open plan sitting and dining area, with wood burning stove, cosy sofas and chairs for guests and a large dining table with bench seats, is on the ground floor. Off this is a well equipped large kitchen. Access to the shower rooms, w.c.'s and drying room with a washing machine is outside. Two dormitories and two single rooms are on the first floor accessed by an external staircase. Outside there is an unenclosed grassed area with stunning sea views over the Cornish hedges with wooden benches and a fixed brick barbecue. No stag/hen groups please. Photos: ©National Trust/Ross Hoddinott, ©National Trust/Joe Cornish This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:14: 2x1 2x6
Open:All year. All day
Price per night:2 nights from £340.
Booking:2 nights minimum stay. Book via National Trust. No stag or hen parties.
Directions:From A39 take A389 Padstow. Before Padstow bare left onto B3276. After about 6 miles turn right at National Trust sign for Park Head. Parking for 7 cars.
Public Transport:Newquay train station is 8 miles away.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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The Iconic Bedruthan Steps Beach
February 8th 2018
Discover the ancient stepping stones laid by a giant!
One of the country’s most dramatic beaches, named by the ancient myth of a giant, Bedruthan, who laid the huge slate outcrops that are unmissably scattered along the sheltered sands of Bedruthan Steps Beach! Legend says, the steps were used as stepping stones for the giant, why he needed them we don’t know.. why not take a trip, walk in his footsteps, and find out for yourself!