My Dad and I spent 4 days at Dormy House B&B. We had a fantastic stay, the breakfast, which included fresh local produce, was the best we've ever tasted. The rooms were to a very high standard with an excellent shower and were very comfortable. We were also made extremely welcome by Anders and Trudie.
Lovely place with the highest standards. Friendly service. Short walk down to the shore-line. Easy to combine with Padstow. Nice restaurant down by the water. A slight Swedish touch adds to the flavour
Spent 3 nights based on Trip advisor reviews, and wasn't disappointed. Comfortable rooms, beautifully furnished living areas, clean and functioning bathrooms. Breakfasts were superb, despite us being a party of nine hungry golfers. Warm and welcoming hosts who really made an effort.
Rock Is a wonderful scenic area of North Cornwall, with the Camel Estuary meandering in from the Atlantic Ocean and has excellent walking possibilities along coastal paths. It is home to golf, sailing, ski-ing, wind surfing and all are In walking distance from Dormy House.
St Enodoc is one of the finest Links Golf Courses in the South West Of England with everything you would expect from a James Braid Design; Undulating Fairways, Firm Greens, Some blind Shots and all with the added bonus of some of The Greatest Sea and Estuary Views on any Course In The World. Any visitor who plays to their handicap here can leave feeling that they have done Really Well. Come and Play The Courses and we guarantee that you will want to come back again.
St. Enodoc Church stands, enigmatically, among the sand dunes above Daymer Bay. It is overshadowed by Brea Hill and Is nowadays surrounded by the fairways of The St. Enodoc Golf Course. Why this Charming Church is here is a mystery, that it is an Ancient Place Of Worship is without doubt, some of the architecture can be traced back to the 12th Century. Since its renovation in 1864 this Church has found a particular place in the affections of countless people, both visitors and residents alike. Sir John Betjeman the poet laureate was particularly fond of it, and is buried there.
Known for sailing, ski-ing and windsurfing. Also the connecting ferry and water taxi to Padstow is all in walking distance from Dormy Houose.
Renowned for bathing, windsurfing and sand kiting.
Is a picturesque fishing village with lively traditional pubs, with good local food or you can experience Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant, Bistro, or Café.
From Dormy House
(All in close proximity one can visit)
Port Isaac, Port Gaverne, and Tintagel Castle where the Legend Of King Arthur lies. The Eden Project is just 30 min's drive.
St Ives, renowned for beautiful Art and of course The Tate Gallery. The Historical Lost Gardens of Helligan and of course many more National Trust places.