Crantock Bay Cafe
Located on West Pentire headland overlooking Crantock beach, serving food and drinks throughout the day, with brilliant views over the beach.
19 May-30 September
Yes – Dogs are allowed on Crantock Beach all yearView dog friendly beaches
Situated on the outskirts of Newquay, Crantock beach’s out of town location makes it a ideal place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the Newquay’s more crowded beaches so you can spend a relaxing day by the sea.
Crantock beach has plenty of activities / amenities for the whole family to enjoy. An array of Watersports, including a surf school and kayak hire offer you a chance to ride the waves or explore the hidden creaks of the River Gannel estuary, while for the walkers in the family the pretty village of Crantock on the approach to the beach is a pleasant stroll.
The South West Coast Path runs adjacent to Crantock beach, and out along Pentire headland with views across Newquay Bay and to neighbouring Fistral Beach. Crantock beach is dog friendly all year round.
A large National trust car park (free to members) sits right behind Crantock beach. A privately owned car park also operates close by on the same approach road to the beach.
Crantock beach has public toilets that are located in the National Trust car park. These are free to use, open seasonally.
National trust car park has level access to Crantock beach.
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