Freathy in Cornwall's "forgotten" corner is a wild dramatic backdrop of breathtaking clifftop vistas and miles and miles of golden sand and clear blue skies...
Exploring Freathy in South East Cornwall A beach hut holiday hot spot for years, Freathy on the Rame Peninsula of Cornwall remains a vibrant yet unassuming spot of coastal beauty perfect for family holidays. Part of the four cliffs which comprise Whitsand Bay, Freathy beach runs from Polhawn Cove in the south east, to Finnygook Beach at Portwrinkle. The three-mile expanse of golden beach is certainly spectacular, but the real treasures lie in the hidden gem coves dotted all around this designated Area of Outstanding Beauty. Freathy is accessible by the coast road along which runs the South West Coast Path; walking in this ‘forgotten corner’ of Cornwall is something very special indeed and the dramatic cliff paths provide no end to its beauty.
Freathy Beach Holidays Access to the beach is down one of two coastal cliff paths past a mixture of holiday beach huts in Whitsand Bay. Freathy Beach merges into Tregonhawke Beach on one side and is separated from Sharrow Beach by Sharrow Point (except at low water). The main area of beach is between the main access (with the lifeguard lookout) and Sharrow Point. Here in this forgotten corner of Cornwall you can hide away from everyday stresses and strains and experience a much slower pace of life; a pace of life which encourages you to surrender to the simplicity of salty sea air and golden sands. A place in which you can’t help but feel rejuvenated. Once you have enjoyed a holiday in South East Cornwall, you won’t want to go anywhere else.