Trebetherick — Cornwall, England
Trebetherick is a village on the Northwestern bank of the River Camel in Cornwall.
The village extends from Trebetherick Point, a rocky, windswept cliff outcrop, south towards the town of Rock. Trebetherick's large, sandy beach, Daymer Bay is sheltered from the Atlantic usually offering calm swimming in summer. South of Daymer Bay is Brea Hill, known for its ancient tumuli the ancient gravesites consisting of a large mound of earth over the remains of the dead. The National Trust owns part of the Point where fossilized submerged forests exist. Trebetherick also has a rocky coastline that still harbors the remains of shipwrecks caught on the jagged rocks.
St Enodoc Church is curiously located below ground level, behind Daymer Bay, having been excavated in 1863 after being completely buried in sand. The church graveyard is noted as being the resting place of Poet Laureate John Betjeman who died in his Trebetherick home. Strangely, the Church is set in the middle of the golf course which rises above the dunes.
There are several attractions near Trebetherick that offer rare bird sightings. Treswarrow Park Farm approximately a mile from Trebetherick offers several footpaths where rare birds and small mammals can be sighted, in addition to the scenic walks. There are grain fields here that provide a habitat and a food source for birds as well as grass margins for the insects and mammals. Stepper Point is another area that offers bird watching, and only footpaths allowed by the Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs are permissible. Rare birds nest here, and the grassland here and on other parts of the farm are managed for birds, hare, wild flowers and butterflies.
For those looking for tourist attractions, Presingoll Barns in St Agnes is an all weather favourite as it uniquely consists of Cornish barns that have been converted into a lovely shopping mall with many 'made in Cornwall' outlets.Where is Trebetherick?
Trebetherick is located in north-west Cornwall between Polzeath and Rock. The nearest populated area includes Wadebridge to the south-east.Have you ever visited Trebetherick?
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