"Good coffee, very tasty lunch and fantastic staff everywhere" Ms Lucas

The Beach

Trebah's sheltered and secluded beach at the bottom of the garden, Polgwidden Cove, provides the perfect place to while away an hour or two.

The views of the Helford River and Falmouth Bay beyond, are quite stunning. The Helford is a delightful unspoilt estuary with ancient oak forests lining the banks. During the Napoleonic Wars, pirates and free traders populated the reaches of the river. Frenchman's Creek is situated just across the river from Polgwidden Cove.

Skim stones, paddle, rockpool rambles and much more....

Trebah Beach Facts

  • In 1944 a concrete apron was built over the beach for the D-Day embarkations
  • 7,500 US Infantrymen boarded ten landing craft from Trebah beach to take part in the assault on Omaha Beach
  • Donald Healey, the racing car driver, owned Trebah in the 1960's and removed the infrastructure and concrete on the beach
  • The beach is SE facing with fine shingle and rocks