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ROCK HOLIDAYS

White sands, Prince Harry and trendy pubs

Rock cottages

Visit Rock

Found in North Cornwall and across the Camel Estuary from Padstow lies Rock - a wonderful holiday destination that attracts a myriad of visitors to the county. In recent years, the town has become known as a trendy destination with the likes of Prince Harry and Hugh Grant holidaying here. This coupled with the stunning scenery sees the town often referred to as ‘Britain’s St Tropez’ or the ‘Kensington of Cornwall’.

Rock Cottages

The trendy town of Rock is best-explored under your own steam - and there’s nowhere better to base yourself than one of our holiday cottages. Take a look at our extensive selection today.

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A Local's Guide to Rock

The upmarket seaside resort town of Rock sits across the Camel Estuary from the fishing port of Padstow on the north coast of Cornwall. Just miles from a plethora of delightful coastal villages and beaches, it’s known for its fabulous sandy beach and atmosphere.

A local's guide to Portreath

Portreath is a hidden gem of a village tucked into the North Cornwall Coast. It lies 4 miles south of Porthtowan and 4.5 miles from Redruth inland.  It’s a quiet haven away from busier resorts across the Duchy, but it still has many handy amenities, including a few pubs and shops for visitors without making it feel overly commercialised. The beach is wide, sandy and popular with bodybo

A trendy town

Despite the town’s name, Rock beach is a beautiful, fine, white sand beach that stretches for a mile from the edge of the River Camel around to Daymer Bay.

The town is home to some fantastic pubs and restaurants. Here you are able to experience some of the finest dining that the county has to offer, including Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw’s contemporary pub The Mariners. There are plenty of shops in the town, too, including the popular Rock Bakery where you can buy freshly baked bread, cakes and Cornish pasties.

For a day trip, take the ferry across the river from Rock to Padstow where you can sample everything from traditional pasties to freshly caught seafood at Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant. Other nearby attractions include the Eden Project, Prideaux Place and Polzeath Beach.

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