Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Calling all thrill-seekers! If you are interested in sea kayaking, coasteering, climbing and wild swimming, you need to get down to Port Gaverne – just a stone’s throw from the Beach House.
Outdoor activities provider Cornish Rock Tors has announced they are moving to a new home – the Old Fish Cellar in Port Gaverne. The company has been operating from Polzeath since 2006, but their gaining popularity means they need a new home.
Working in partnership with the National Trust, the new base is up and running for the 2016 season. As managing director Ben Spicer explains, Port Gaverne is the perfect place to be:
“Moving our north coast base is a great opportunity for Cornish Rock Tors, and we’re very grateful to the National Trust for helping us to make the move a reality”, he said.
“Customers will now be able to collect their kit, and then simply walk down to the beach to the sea, whereas up until now everybody’s had to drive in convoy the seven miles from Polzeath to Port Gaverne.”
“Taking away that travel time means that we can spend more time out on the water each session, sharing more of this incredible stretch of beautiful and unspoiled coastline with our customers.”
As any adventurer knows, a bracing session in the Atlantic Ocean should be followed by a good brew. The good news is that St Austell Brewery has purchased the old café in Port Gaverne and plan to re-open it following a complete refurbishment.
Beach House near Port Gaverne
The Beach House overlooks Port Gaverne bay, offering stunning views across the beach and clifftops. If you’re looking for a holiday that combines luxury accommodation with the delights of the North Cornish coast, the Beach House is for you!
For more information, take a look at our availability page or get in touch with Colin.