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Welcome to St Teath


Holidays in St Teath

Located on the north coast, between Port Isaac and Camelford, St Teath offers the best of both worlds with easy access to both the coast and countryside, as well as being close to Bodmin Moor. Walkers will delight in the plethora of places to explore, so be sure to pack your walking boots!

Traditional cottages, a historic church, and a memorial clock tower add character and charm to St Teath, while the post office, café and pub enrich the community of the village. Regardless of when you visit, take the time to explore the neighbourhood with its characteristic features. 

Did you know...

in 1781, the first ever game of cricket played in Cornwall was held in St Teath?


St Teath is an ideal location for a walking holiday, whether you like to ramble along the South West Coast Path, explore the wilderness of Bodmin Moor, or scramble over stiles on a country stomp.

If you want to stay close by, simply step out your front door and enjoy a gentle circular walk, first to Newhall Green where you’ll see the horse statues, then through a stretch of woods and along a river that leads to a waterfall. Follow the path towards Helland Barton, where you can either turn around, or follow the road along to Delabole, Westdowns and back to St Teath.  

If you'd rather explore the nearby coastal villages, located just a short drive from St Teath you’ll find Port Isaac, Port Gaverne and Port Quin; simply park up and head off on foot to discover the delights of these quaint villages.

For those looking for a more adventurous hike, head to Bodmin Moor to wander the wilderness and soak up the sounds and sights of nature all around. 


Trebarwith Strand:

From St Teath, drive along the Tintagle road, and turn off to Trebarwith Strand where you’ll find a rocky cove that opens to a sandy beach, as well as a café and pub.

Tregardock Beach:

Head from St Teath towards Treligga and take the turning for Tregardock Beach. There’s quite a climb down to the cove, but the seclusion is worth it! At low tide, this cove links with Trebarwith Strand. 

Food and Drink

Take a gentle stroll through the village and enjoy a cup of tea and some fresh cake at the charming Churchtown café, in the heart of the square. Alternatively, venture slightly further afield to the lovely Sea View Farm Shop, where you’ll find a restaurant and café, not to mention spectacular views across Port Isaac. As a working farm, you’ll also be able to admire the lovely animals roaming the fields. 

Of course, nothing says village life quite like a drink at the local pub! And what could be better after an energetic hike than a wholesome homecooked meal at the 18th-century pub, the White Hart Inn? Your four-legged friends are welcome here too!


Book a holiday in St Teath during the festive period and you’ll be rewarded with a dazzling display of lights illuminating the village square. You can even expect a visit from Santa at his cute grotto that magically appears in the lead-up to Christmas. 

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