Holiday Cottages in St Minver are perfect accommodation options for visitors who want to explore the mysterious moors and spectacular coast of North Cornwall. With the River Camel estuary on one side and a rugged stretch of coast on the other, this rural parish is an excellent base from which to discover the region. St Minver lies in the district of Bodmin, and is divided in two, with St Minver Lowlands to the west and St Minver Highlands to the south and east. Its communities include St Minver, Polzeath, Rock, Trebetherick, Pityme, Tredizzick and Penmean. The village of St Minver lies on a small square, at the crossroads of two minor roads, three miles north of the market town of Wadebridge.

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On the doorstep of your St Minver holiday cottage, you will discover one of the most beautiful sections of the Southwest Coast Path. Walking a few miles of this renowned route is highly recommended, with towering cliffs, sandy beaches, rocky coves and the chance to spot passing dolphins, seals and basking sharking. The area’s beaches are also among the region’s best. A short drive north from St Minver, Polzeath is a sandy beach which is a popular spot for learning to surf. There are several surf schools at the beach, as well as shops where you can hire equipment, and a scattering of places to eat and drink overlooking the waves. 

A few miles east along the coast, Lundy Bay is a secluded cove where low tide reveals an expanse of sand. Daymer Bay is a vast, sandy shore where windsurfing is popular. It faces south and east, across the River Camel.

During the summer months, a ferry runs between the bay and the fishing port of Padstow. There are several interesting historic landmarks to look out for on self-catering holidays in St Minver, including St Enodoc Church, where the poet John Betjeman is buried. St Michael’s Church stands on the shores of Porthilly Cove, near Rock