St Enodoc Hotel   Rock   North Cornwall That's the ethos behind St. Enodoc Hotel in Rock with its emphasis on comfort, design and great food. Positioned above the Camel estuary with sweeping views across the water, it is the perfect place to relax by the sea. Leave the car and walk the few minutes to surrounding sandy beaches and the foot-ferry to Padstow.
The Rock page is sponsored by  The St Enodoc Hotel
For bookings please call 01208 863394 or visit our website St Enodoc Hotel A classic seaside hotel re-invented.
Award - winning chef Nathan Outlaw is in charge of food. There are two restaurants, the Nathan Outlaw Seafood and Grill and Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, awarded 2 Michelin Stars in January 2011 and currently named as Best Seafood Restaurant in the UK, by Good Food Guide.
Rock & The Camel Estuary
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Rock in North Cornwall

Rock is a boating paradise well served by the Camel Estuary. The protection of the headland and Braey Hill make it a safe haven for all manner of small craft. Rock is situated just inside the Camel Estuary opposite Padstow and is alive with the to and fro-ing of all manner of sea going craft. Favoured by Royalty, the rich and famous and significantly heeled others, Rock offers quality dining and accommodation and excellent local amenities. Things to do here include Sea Angling, Sailing, Windsurfing or for landlubbers there is swimming, sunbathing or the exploration of the Camel Estuary. Rock is popular with sailors of all kinds of vessels from dinghies to yachts to cruisers. Wind surfers and land yachters and water skiers also find this spot appealing. If you are fortunate enough to find space in the Quarry Car park then the Sand dunes of the Camel Estuary offer walks across to Braey hill and beyond to St Enodoc Church (The last resting place of Sir John Betjemen "poet laureate") with superb views across to the Doom Bar and Stepper Point or further on to Daymer Bay. If you wish you can catch the foot ferry across to bustling Padstow, which is still a working port, but still very popular with tourists, and the camel trail begins and ends here depending on your point of view. A mile or so up the coast is the surf beach at Polzeath. Beyond that are largely unspoilt fishing villages such as Port Isaac,  Port Gaverne and Port Quin and some of the most rugged and breathtaking coastline in Cornwall. St Enodoc is a church situated a mile north of Rock . It was almost buried by the sand but apparently someone stubbed their toe on the tip of the spire and thus the church was rediscovered and subsequently uncovered.St Minver parish contains St Minefreda's church and St Michaels at Porthilly. Self catering accommodation at Rock in north Cornwall is ideally suited to those whom wish to enjoy the delights of the Camel Estuary. All types of water sports are practised on the River Camel. Water skiing and Windsurfing prove very popular in Summer and Winter. Boat Charter is available for those who do not own a craft and moorings are in abundance for those who do. Rock has a mild climate all year due to its location and self catered properties are in high demand. The stunning views across the estuary to Padstow and Padstow Harbour, which is a working port, and inland to the iron railway bridge that now forms part of the link between Padstow and Wadebridge that is the Camel Trail,  are worth the premium. Watching the sun set across the water creates some of the most spectacular skylines any where, and it is easy to see why this locale is so highly prized has a holiday destination. If you are fortunate enough to find self catering apartments or houses that overlook the river, you can lose hours just watching the estuary wild life and Human activity.
The Rock page is sponsored by  The St Enodoc Hotel
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Rock in North Cornwall

Rock is a boating paradise well served by the Camel Estuary. The protection of the headland and Braey Hill make it a safe haven for all manner of small craft. Rock is situated just inside the Camel Estuary opposite Padstow and is alive with the to and fro-ing of all manner of sea going craft. Favoured by Royalty, the rich and famous and significantly heeled others, Rock offers quality dining and accommodation and excellent local amenities. Things to do here include Sea Angling, Sailing, Windsurfing or for landlubbers there is swimming, sunbathing or the exploration of the Camel Estuary. Rock is popular with sailors of all kinds of vessels from dinghies to yachts to cruisers. Wind surfers and land yachters and water skiers also find this spot appealing. If you are fortunate enough to find space in the Quarry Car park then the Sand dunes of the Camel Estuary offer walks across to Braey hill and beyond to St Enodoc Church (The last resting place of Sir John Betjemen "poet laureate") with superb views across to the Doom Bar and Stepper Point or further on to Daymer Bay. If you wish you can catch the foot ferry across to bustling Padstow, which is still a working port, but still very popular with tourists, and the camel trail begins and ends here depending on your point of view. A mile or so up the coast is the surf beach at Polzeath. Beyond that are largely unspoilt fishing villages such as Port Isaac,  Port Gaverne and Port Quin and some of the most rugged and breathtaking coastline in Cornwall. St Enodoc is a church situated a mile north of Rock . It was almost buried by the sand but apparently someone stubbed their toe on the tip of the spire and thus the church was rediscovered and subsequently uncovered.St Minver parish contains St Minefreda's church and St Michaels at Porthilly. Self catering accommodation at Rock in north Cornwall is ideally suited to those whom wish to enjoy the delights of the Camel Estuary. All types of water sports are practised on the River Camel. Water skiing and Windsurfing prove very popular in Summer and Winter. Boat Charter is available for those who do not own a craft and moorings are in abundance for those who do. Rock has a mild climate all year due to its location and self catered properties are in high demand. The stunning views across the estuary to Padstow and Padstow Harbour, which is a working port, and inland to the iron railway bridge that now forms part of the link between Padstow and Wadebridge that is the Camel Trail,  are worth the premium. Watching the sun set across the water creates some of the most spectacular skylines any where, and it is easy to see why this locale is so highly prized has a holiday destination. If you are fortunate enough to find self catering apartments or houses that overlook the river, you can lose hours just watching the estuary wild life and Human activity.
St Enodoc Hotel   Rock   North Cornwall That's the ethos behind St. Enodoc Hotel in Rock with its emphasis on comfort, design and great food. Positioned above the Camel estuary with sweeping views across the water, it is the perfect place to relax by the sea. Leave the car and walk the few minutes to surrounding sandy beaches and the foot-ferry to Padstow.
Award - winning chef Nathan Outlaw is in charge of food. There are two restaurants, the Nathan Outlaw Seafood and Grill and Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, awarded 2 Michelin Stars in January 2011 and currently named as Best Seafood Restaurant in the UK, by Good Food Guide.
For bookings please call 01208 863394 or visit our website St Enodoc Hotel A classic seaside hotel re-invented.
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The Rock page is sponsored The St Enodoc Hotel
Rock in Cornwall
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Rock

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Rock in North Cornwall

Rock is a boating paradise well served by the Camel Estuary. The protection of the headland and Braey Hill make it a safe haven for all manner of small craft. Rock is situated just inside the Camel Estuary opposite Padstow and is alive with the to and fro-ing of all manner of sea going craft. Favoured by Royalty, the rich and famous and significantly heeled others, Rock offers quality dining and accommodation and excellent local amenities. Things to do here include Sea Angling, Sailing, Windsurfing or for landlubbers there is swimming, sunbathing or the exploration of the Camel Estuary. Rock is popular with sailors of all kinds of vessels from dinghies to yachts to cruisers. Wind surfers and land yachters and water skiers also find this spot appealing. If you are fortunate enough to find space in the Quarry Car park then the Sand dunes of the Camel Estuary offer walks across to Braey hill and beyond to St Enodoc Church (The last resting place of Sir John Betjemen "poet laureate") with superb views across to the Doom Bar and Stepper Point or further on to Daymer Bay. If you wish you can catch the foot ferry across to bustling Padstow, which is still a working port, but still very popular with tourists, and the camel trail begins and ends here depending on your point of view. A mile or so up the coast is the surf beach at Polzeath. Beyond that are largely unspoilt fishing villages such as Port Isaac,  Port Gaverne and Port Quin and some of the most rugged and breathtaking coastline in Cornwall. St Enodoc is a church situated a mile north of Rock . It was almost buried by the sand but apparently someone stubbed their toe on the tip of the spire and thus the church was rediscovered and subsequently uncovered.St Minver parish contains St Minefreda's church and St Michaels at Porthilly. Self catering accommodation at Rock in north Cornwall is ideally suited to those whom wish to enjoy the delights of the Camel Estuary. All types of water sports are practised on the River Camel. Water skiing and Windsurfing prove very popular in Summer and Winter. Boat Charter is available for those who do not own a craft and moorings are in abundance for those who do. Rock has a mild climate all year due to its location and self catered properties are in high demand. The stunning views across the estuary to Padstow and Padstow Harbour, which is a working port, and inland to the iron railway bridge that now forms part of the link between Padstow and Wadebridge that is the Camel Trail,  are worth the premium. Watching the sun set across the water creates some of the most spectacular skylines any where, and it is easy to see why this locale is so highly prized has a holiday destination. If you are fortunate enough to find self catering apartments or houses that overlook the river, you can lose hours just watching the estuary wild life and Human activity.
The Rock page is sponsored by  The St Enodoc Hotel
St Enodoc Hotel   Rock   North Cornwall That's the ethos behind St. Enodoc Hotel in Rock with its emphasis on comfort, design and great food. Positioned above the Camel estuary with sweeping views across the water, it is the perfect place to relax by the sea. Leave the car and walk the few minutes to surrounding sandy beaches and the foot- ferry to Padstow.
Award - winning chef Nathan Outlaw is in charge of food. There are two restaurants, the Nathan Outlaw Seafood and Grill and Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, awarded 2 Michelin Stars in January 2011 and currently named as Best Seafood Restaurant in the UK, by Good Food Guide.
For bookings please call 01208 863394 or visit our website St Enodoc Hotel A classic seaside hotel re-invented.
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