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CRACKINGTON HAVEN HOLIDAYS

Dramatic cliff tops, coastal walks and geology

Visit Crackington Haven

If you want to experience captivating surroundings and a relaxing secluded location, Crackington Haven holidays are the perfect choice. A pretty cove sandwiched between towering cliffs that zig-zag down, the village oozes tranquillity and serenity. This peaceful spot offers a perfect place for families to paddle, for active holidaymakers to climb Cornwall’s highest cliff and for food lovers to sample local cuisine.

Crackington Haven Cottages

Ideally placed for a break in North Cornwall, our Crackington Haven holiday cottages provide a relaxing base from which to explore the area, surrounded by idyllic beaches and dramatic cliffs.

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Widemouth Bay Caravan Park

Widemouth Bay Caravan Park is situated amidst beautiful Cornish countryside overlooking the sea and famous beauty spot of Widemouth Bay and its expanse of sand, good bathing and wondering surfing.

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A Local's Guide to Crackington Haven

What makes the tiny coastal village of Crackington Haven so special? It might be the remarkable views, the unique geology, or the tasty food down at the beachfront cafe.

The ultimate Cornwall beach guide

All the way along the three coastlines of Cornwall, you will find inlets and coves used by smugglers to store their loot many years ago, as well as the many sweeping beaches that Cornwall is famous for. If you’re looking for dog friendly beaches dog-friendly somewhere to take the family during your holiday, or the best surfing beaches in the UK, you will find it with our guide to Cornwall beaches.

A coastal delight

Found in a beautiful cove on the north coast of Cornwall, Crackington Haven’s sandy shores offer perfect seaside conditions for gentle body-boarding, a paddle in the sea, or some rockpool exploration.

If you’re searching for a challenge, be sure to pack your walking boots and set off for a climb to the peak of Cornwall’s highest cliff: Pencarrow Point. For a gentler ramble though, head south to the wooded valleys for total serenity.

Either side of the sand you’ll find striking rock formations with lots of intriguing tales sewn within the stone of the cliff face, from years of shipwrecks and geological changes.

For some seriously scrumptious cuisine, the Coombe Barton Inn looks out across the bay and provides food to tantalise everyone’s taste buds.

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