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Cornish Coastline

Fishing Ports & Beaches

Cornwall is famed for its incredible coastline; with more than 420 miles stretching around the north and south coast, there are plenty of fantastic places to visit. Glynn Bull Pen is ideally located for exploring both coastlines and enjoying sandy beaches with the family, walking around sedate fishing villages, enjoying some of the county’s best food and enjoying retail therapy in some fantastic shops.

20 minutes / 13 miles


Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the historic town of Fowey remains a vibrant seaport to this day. Shops, restaurants and great views — what else do you need?

30 Minutes / 13 Miles


Charlestown is a pristine example of a working Georgian port. It remains unspoiled and retains much of its historic character, with a museum dedicated to its maritime history.

35 Minutes / 16 miles


With a jumble of fisherman’s cottages standing in its sheltered cove, Polperro is a magnificent example of a traditional Cornish fishing village, with traffic-free streets and a pretty harbour.

35 Minutes / 24 Miles

Mawgan Porth

Looking for a relaxing family trip to the beach? The golden sands of Mawgan Porth are midway between Newquay and Padstow, so you’ll have less problems with crowds.

40 Minutes / 18 Miles

Port Isaac

Made famous as the home of ITV’s Doc Martin, this picturesque village has interesting shops and an 18th century pub, The Golden Lion, which has beautiful views of the port.

40 Minutes / 27 Miles


This town has become synonymous with the famous chef Rick Stein, who owns four eateries here, but it also had an attractive harbour, offers boat trips and has some great shops.