We have been very busy this Spring hand crafting a unique Finnish style wood fired sauna cabin, which is now in […]
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Cornish Coast Adventures Office Hours: 8am – 6pm July-August.
Outside of peak season 9am-5pm
When we are at Port Quin harbour we have limited phone signal, we do have email access so please email rather than leaving a voicemail wherever possible. You can try the phone but if unable to reach us we will respond quickly to email.
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Port Quin has a National trust carpark. You will need some small change for the fee unless you are a NT member. We also have extra parking if needed in a nearby field (200 metres away) when the carpark is full. Generaly the car park will be fine in the morning but quite often full nearer lunchtime so allow a bit more time if after mid morning.
From Polzeath: Follow the road towards Port Isaac; go past the Porteath Bee Centre and take the next left (on the tight right-hand bend) sign posted Port Quin.
From Port Isaac: It is not recommended to come through the old part of the village, best to go up past the Co-Op and turn right onto the B3314, then turn right again in 2 miles at St Endellion, then right after 1.5 miles on the corner beside the Longcross hotel signposted Port Quin, follow the road down the hill to the harbour carpark, or if in the pm please ask us for field parking directions.
From Wadebridge: Follow the B3314 past the secondary school, follow this road until you reach St Endellion (approx 8 miles) turn left just past the church then directions are as from Port Isaac main road route.
From Padstow: Head for Wadebridge then follow above directions.
From Bude: Follow the Atlantic Highway, South towards Camelford, approx 2 miles from Camelford take a right following signs for Port Isaac/Delabole, you will go over a small humpback bridge then come up to a cross roads, go straight across heading for Delabole on the B3314, from Delabole carry on B3314 until you reach St Endellion turn right here just before the church and just past the Trevathan strawberry farm.
From Newquay: Follow the A39 to Wadebridge, bypass the town and take the fourth exit on Ball roundabout, turn rgt on to the b3314 then directions are as from Wadebridge.