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We visited the church whilst doing a walk from Rock. The guide recommended visiting the church and the place is a real gem. A piece of history with a chapel that is a wonderful example of style of architecture that has often been removed or...More
We didn't do the whole walk from Rock to Polzeath but went from Rock to Daymer Bay and then up to St Enodoc Church to see Sir John Betjeman's grave. It is a lovely walk through sand dunes with views over stunning Rock Beach. The...More
My wife and I parked on the beach in Polzeath and took the coastal path along to Daymer bay. It was a stunning walk along an excellent path and was easy on the feet. From Daymer Bay we took the path to St Enedoc's church...More
Got the ferry over from Padstow and walked across the beach to find the tiny church snuggled in the sand dunes. Saw Sir John Betjeman's gravestone near the entrance and sat on a bench in the graveyard admiring the stunning view. Walked back through the...More
We walked it from Polzeath to Rock, opposite direction to suggestion. It is a truly stunning walk, taking in Polzeath Beach, Daymer Bay and with a small detour St Enodoc Church on the way to Rock. Once there you can take a ferry to Padstow....More
Starting from the main car park in Polzeath we reversed this walk to Rock via. St Endonoc's Church where John Betjemen lays beneath a beautifully carved headstone and on to The Mariners in Rock. There were still children swimming in the sea in October, even...More