Gorgeous Grazing - An equine retreat in the Heart of Cornwall.
View from the local pub garden - Porth Cothan, near Padstow in Cornwall.
Padstow Harbour
Fistral Beach Newquay
Seals can be seen all along the cornish coastline.
The coast path is the longest in the UK - it runs from Devon, around the whole of Cornwall and as far as Dorset on the south coast.
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Gorgeous Grazing- is situated in the small Cornish village of Treburrick, on a quiet country lane just off the main Newquay to Padstow coast road. Just down the hill is Porth Cothan Bay, a quite and secluded sandy beach Cove.

The Camel trail bridle way runs from Bodmin to Padstow passing through Wadebridge.
7 miles long, the trail follows the route of the old Wadebridge to Padstow railway line along the Camel estuary to the Atlantic ocean. Gorgeous Grazing is five miles from Padstow and eight miles from Wadebridge.

Nearby Wadebridge hosts the annual "Royal Cornwall Show" and the Eden Project is only fifteen miles away. The old fishing village of Padstow, and home to TV Chef Rick Stein, is a short drive up the coast road. Take a diversion down the many side lanes and discover the hidden beaches and villages of Treyarnon & Constantine.

Two miles West is the National Trust owned Carnewas, where the mythical Giant "Bedruthan" walked the amazing spread of granite islands as stepping stones;

Follow the coast road west to discover the Newquay "Coast of Dreams". From Mawgan Porth Bay, the road winds up and over the steep cliffs and coves until you reach Watergate Bay, the kite surf centre of the UK and soon to be home to Jamie Oliver's next "Fifteen" restaurant. Three miles on and you arrive at Porth Beach and Island, the first of Newquay's Seven great surfing Beaches. Newquay is the holiday capital of Cornwall - Family beaches and attractions blend with a vibrant party atmosphere; an Old working harbour, Zoo, deep sea aquarium and fresh seafood.

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