“It felt really homely, and the countryside and beaches around it were beautiful. Padstow is just 5 minutes away ... would highly recommend staying here!”
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Local Area
The Towans are located in a secluded position on a beautiful stretch of the North Cornish coast. Some of the county’s best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine bay and the unspoilt Harlyn are right on the doorstep. The famous fishing village of Padstow is just a few miles away. Find unique shopping, art galleries and renowned restaurants down cobbled streets. This area was made for relaxation and you’ll find unwinding here blissfully easy.

Constantine Bay
You’ll find Constantine Bay so close to The Towans that you’ll be able to walk to it with everything you need for a day on the beach, and as it’s one of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches it’s the perfect place to embrace the county’s favourite pastime!

Every inch the dune-dotted sandy beach we all expect on our doorsteps during a stay in Cornwall, Constantine Bay has it all – from safe, shallow waters with awards for their cleanliness to easy access and handy amenities. The beach is so close to The Towans that you’ll be able to enjoy a wander along the shore as the sun rises or just spend your days soaking up the sun with the rest of your clan.

The Camel Trail
The Camel Trail runs for 18 gorgeous miles between Padstow, Wadebridge, Bodmin and Wenfordbridge, and as it follows a disused railway line it’s nice and flat for cyclists. The Camel Trail is one of the most unique ways to experience Cornwall’s scenery, and it runs right through a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation.

Don’t worry if you’re not planning on taking the bikes with you on holiday, you’ll find cycle hire shops within Padstow (just a few minutes’ drive from The Towans), and as the route’s pretty much level for the whole way this is one of the most accessible cycling trails in Cornwall.

And More..
Find surfer’s beaches, hidden coves, award winning food and drink and breath-taking scenery. Coastline protected by the National Trust and views to inspire are all along this stretch of Cornish coast. With a surprising array of attractions both close and further afield, you can explore this ancient county at your leisure.