Tregonhawke is part of the stunning three-mile stretch of coast which makes up Whitsand Bay in South East Cornwall. There is a maze of paths down to the beaches often past the many quirky beach huts that are scattered along the cliffs.
Explore Tregonhawke in South East Cornwall Popular with surfers, the beach at Tregonhawke is also the location for Whitsand Bay Surf Lifesaving Club. Tregonhawke is a breath-taking 2.5kms stretch of beach which starts at Captain Blake’s Point north of Polhawn Cove all the way to Freathy. There is a cafe at Tregonhawke and a restaurant on the coast road at Wiggle providing good honest food to refresh hungry walkers! When on holiday in Tregonhawke in South East Cornwall, don't miss a visit to the nearby twin towns of Cawsand and Kingsand to sample the finest local seafood landed on the harbour just that morning, it doesn't get much fresher. The cobbled quirky backstreets whisper of a maritime history rich with intrigue!
Luxury Holidays in Whitsand Bay From the 865 acres of parkland that comprise Mount Edgcumbe County Park, to the riverside setting of Anthony House and the woodland walks at Cothele, there are a whole host of interesting gardens and historic houses to explore in South East Cornwall. Enjoy the stunning coastal walk from Kingsand and Cawsand to visit Mount Edgcumbe County Park where you can enjoy afternoon tea in the orangery. From here you can catch the Cawsand ferry to historic Plymouth which counts high-profile chefs Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Mitch Tonks among its newly generated waterfront foodie area. Tregonhawke is the perfect base for your luxury holiday in South East Cornwall.