Best Things to See & Do in St-Gennys

  • The Strangles from High Cliff

    The section between Bude and Boscastle, another stretch of around sixteen miles, is one of the more remote sections of the path. Fascinating geology, ancient seaside settlements and far-reaching views characterise a walk that is demanding but...

  • Coombe Barton Inn

    The Coombe Barton Inn / Bude

    Looking for a restaurant with a beach view? Well, you won't do much better than the Coombe Barton Inn. The Inn offers a popular pub, restaurant and rooms right on the beach at Crackington Haven.

    Seasonal local produce features high on the menu, with each dish carefully crafted by cuisine artists Glyn and Celi. This means the menu varies according to the time of year and ingredient...

  • High Cliff - Cornwall

    The literal pinnacle of the rocky coastline between the villages of Boscastle and Crackington Haven, aptly-named High Cliff takes the prize for the tallest cliff anywhere...

  • Penhallam Manor

    The low, grass-covered ruins of a medieval manor house, surrounded by a protective moat

  • Bay View Inn - Widemouth

    The Bay View Inn / Bude

    The Bay View Inn refers to itself as North Cornwall's worst kept secret because of its obvious and growing popularity. If you enjoy fresh local seafood and beautiful sea views, the Bayview Inn will not disappoint. The menu features a plethora of options and a choice of gins so good that some might call them "ginspiring."

    The Bay View Inn's trendy, upmarket d├ęcor and appeal match the...

  • Museum in Boscastle, housing the largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts in the world

  • Napoleon Inn - Boscastle

    The Napoleon Inn / Boscastle

    The Napoleon Inn is a delightful family-run historic pub. Found snugly nestled in Boscastle village, a little way off from the busy centre on the old High Street. The Inn is full of 16th-century charm with the original bar and fireplace still intact. The scene is perfected with era-appropriate low beams and romantic lighting.

    In true Cornish style, the pub offers traditional cask ale,...

  • Segwaying is very easy to pick up and absolutely no experience is needed. A complete novice can master the controls in just a few mins.

    You will be greeted by one of our fully trained and friendly instructors who will talk you through the...

  • Bude Canal

    The Bude Canal was built in 1823 to enable the transportation of unusually mineral-rich sand from beaches in and around Bude to the hilly interior of Devon and Cornwall's border country, where soil was poor and farmers in...