Out & About
Whitsand bay is popular for surfing, and has the Adventure bay surf school right down on the beach next to the Eddystone cafe. Dan who runs the school also offers Aqua zorbing-sometimes on the beach and sometimes up in the pool in the holiday park depending on the weather. Also on offer for the more adventurous is coasteering around Rame head. The beach is clean and safe for bathers with a flag system in force and a lifeguard station which operates from May to September.
Based at the foot of the cliff less than 5 minutes away Adventure Bay offer plenty of activities for the whole family.
- Surfboards, Kayaks & More available for hire.
- Beginners & Improvers Surf Lessons from £35 per person.
- Explore the coast with experienced guides will take you on a coastal thrill that you’ll be sure to remember for years to come.
The Surrounding Area
- Walking the South West Coastal path
- Visiting Plymouth – with the new Drake Circus shopping mall, the old world charm of the Barbican, the famous Plymouth Hoe or the renown Plymouth Marine Aquarium-complete with sharks! And now also a state of the art Cinema!
- Exploring Dartmoor on foot or horseback
- Golf – Whitsand Bay Golf Club
- Bass and Mackerel fishing on the beach
- Day and evening cruises on the river Tamar
The chalet overlooks the famous HMS Scylla diving wreck, a former naval frigate which was scuttled in Whitsand Bay in 2004.
The village of Millbrook is about 2 miles away where you can find a Coop, Spar, Chemist and Newsagents. There is a wonderful fish and chip shop and a couple of good local pubs.
The more picturesque fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are also about 2 miles away in the opposite direction; here you could catch a foot ferry to Plymouth or just check out the numberous local pubs.
The Whitsand Bay Holiday Park- email@example.com – is just at the top of our cliff. It is open to non residents and for a small charge gives you access to their indoor heated pool. They also run kids club activities and have a clubhouse with a bar and a disco.If you feel you want to explore the holiday park it may be worth taking a wander up there to see what’s on during your stay.
Food & Drink
The chalet is a real retreat but if you are feeling a bit lazy and in need of a treat the Cliff Top Café which is situated above the chalet is a fabulous place owned and run by Ben and Lou. They have a reasonably priced home cooked menu on offer, and a warm and friendly welcome, it is well worth a visit.
There is another cafe right on the beach, The Eddystone Café, owned and run by the ‘Bold man of the sea’ Jim Shekdar- the mad man who rowed the Pacific ocean a few years ago single handed in a wooden rowing boat built my my husband David- he is a definite character- ask him all about his adventures and you may get a free coffee from his new coffee machine or one of his mammoth portions of chips!
The View Restaurant
For more formal dining The View restaurant with TV celebrity chef Mat Corner is about a 5 minute walk away. It provides fabulous locally sourced food that people travel miles for. Visit there website for the latest info.
Closed Monday & Tuesday.
Lunch: 12.00-2.00 (last orders) Wednesday through to Sunday
Dinner: 7.00-8.30 (last orders) Wednesday through to Saturday.