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John Bray Cornish Holidays – Rock Office

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Pavilion Building, Rock, Cornwall, PL27 6JS
Phone: 01208 863206

John Bray Cornish Holidays have over 300 of the best-located self-catering Cornwall holiday cottages and holiday homes. These are located in Rock, Daymer Bay, Polzeath and Port Isaac on the North Cornwall coast. 

With over 45 years experience and two offices within 5 minutes of every property that we let, our friendly team is on hand 24/7 to answer any questions you may have and ensure you have a stress free holiday. North Cornwall’s holiday hotspots offer a plethora of activities for visitors of all ages. Everything is on offer from swimming and surfing, sailing and waterskiing, cycling and golf to scenic coastal walks, golden sandy beaches and clear turquoise seas. 

Stay in Rock:

With its south facing aspect on the protected Camel Estuary directly opposite Padstow, Rock enjoys an enviable location. It is a much sought after as a holiday destination. The village of Rock could hardly be less appropriately named, famous for the long stretches of fine sandy beaches and clear blue water.

Stay in Daymer Bay:

A plum location, Daymer Bay is the quintessential Cornish holiday destination on the North Cornwall coast, which families have been enjoying for generations. Nestled on the protected Camel Estuary, this gently shelving sandy beach was voted one of the best beaches in the world and is popular for its safe bathing waters and sunbathing.  Daymer is at once peaceful, exhilarating and magnificent, with wide, open spaces in which to be at one with nature.

Stay in Polzeath:

Polzeath is a stunning beach and a superb location for those who love the Cornish coast. There is truly something for everyone, whether young or young-at-heart with surfing and swimming to sandcastle building, rock-pooling and exploring the cliff paths of the Rumps and Pentire Point.

Stay in Port Isaac:

One of the treasures of north Cornwall, Port Isaac is a vibrant and picturesque fishing village nestling in a steep-sided valley. It retains its charm by remaining unchanged from its days of fishing, slate export, and smuggling in the previous century. 

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