BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EAST CORNER OF CORNWALL
Whitsand Bay Fort
Millbrook, Cornwall, PL10 1JZ
The Rame Peninsula is a quiet forgotten backwater of Cornwall, a hidden gem of unspoiled beauty and breath taking surroundings. The more discerning visitor will find a serene part of the West Country unchanged and untouched. Welcome to the Rame Peninsula!
As well as breathtaking sea views across a 4 mile sweep of coastline you are also treated to spectacular countryside views across the Tamar Estuary. As you sweep around there are also fantastic views of the City of Plymouth with its world famous waterfront area boasting Plymouth Hoe and historic Barbican. As with most cities, Plymouth provides a stunning backdrop at night.
The area is particularly attractive to families who love outdoor life. All year round you’ll find people coming to the area to sample the very best of what Mother Nature has offered us.
The bay is usually populated with surfers at all times of the year. From the beach below you can hire boards and wetsuits, and lessons are available, from beginners to experts. For more information on all things surf, click here
Sea fishing is popular all year either from the beach, or off the rocks on Rame, or from fishing boat hire available from Looe and Plymouth.
You will see surfers of all ages and experience in the water, people fishing at Rame, walkers exploring the coastal paths and cyclists taking in the beautiful surroundings. Additionally, divers come to explore the two famous wrecks that we have on our shoreline, HMS Scylla and James Egan Layne.
With a series of beautiful Cornish beaches situated locally as well, we truly believe that if you love the outdoor life, this is the perfect location for your holiday.
Welcome to Poldark country!
Take the A38 to Plymouth and follow on to the Devonport turn off just before the Tamar bridge. Turn left at the Devonport turn and follow the signs to the ferry. Take the ferry (7 minutes) and drive through Torpoint on the A374 to the village of Antony (3 miles). Bear left in village towards Millbrook. At the T junction turn left towards Millbrook and take a right turning (after approx. 1 mile) along the coast road. Drive for 2 miles through Freathy and turn left and left again into the fort (well signposted).
SAT NAV. PL10 1JZ
Take the A38 to Plymouth and follow on across the Tamar bridge. Drive onward via the A38 to Trerulefoot roundabout. Turn left sign posted Torpoint/Looe and follow road through Polbathic. After approx 3 miles turn right to Crafthole. At the mini-roundabout in village turn left towards Millbrook. After 3 miles (just after the turning left to Antony) take a right turning (after approx. 1 mile) along the coast road. Drive for 2 miles through Freathy and turn left and left again into the holiday park (well signposted).
PLEASE NOTE: Sat Nav’s can give more complicated routes through narrow lanes.