Windwhistle Chalet

Your Whitsand Bay Bucket List

Whitsand Bay is famously known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner! Tick off some of the activities below when you visit Windwhistle Chalet.

Visit the Sandy Beaches

Explore the 4 miles of stunning sandy beaches at Whitsand Bay. Build a sand castle, take the dog for a walk or just relax on the golden sand.

Walk the Coastal Path

Whether your a seasoned rambler or just after a Sunday stroll, the Whitsand Bay section of the South West Coastal Path is a must! 

Go Surfing

Take to the waves at the unspoiled Whitsand Bay. Lessons and equipment hire are available on Tregonhawke Beach.

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Windwhistle Chalet

Whitsand Bay Self Catering Holiday Rental Accommodation

Windwhistle chalet is a beautiful two bedroom chalet located on Tregonhawke Cliff at Whitsand Bay Cornwall. Windwhistle has beautiful views overlooking the sea and the sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay. To the east is Rame Head and to the west you have views along the coast to the holiday town of Looe in the distance.

The chalet is about 200 metres from the Coastal Path which runs all the way round the coast of Cornwall and offers a paradise for walkers to enjoy scenic views. Polhawn Fort is a short walk away down the coastal path. Whitsand Bay and the surrounding area is often known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner as it is off the beaten track followed many holidaymakers to Cornwall and as such is a haven of tranquillity.

From Windwhistle it is a short walk down the cliff to the sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay which is a delight for children and adults alike. There are beautiful walks along the Coastal path to Rame Head and round the coast beyond to the pretty seaside villages of Cawsand and Kingsand with their pubs and places to eat. Beyond Kingsand the Coastal path takes you through the Mount Edgcumbe park with its beautiful tree lined paths and sea views.

At Mount Edgcumbe House there are formal gardens that are open to the public, the Orangery which is run as a café and the landing at Cremyll where you can board a ferry to Plymouth.

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