Located between Rock and Polzeath, Daymer Bay (Trebetherick) is a coastal haven that offers plenty of fun for all ages who come to enjoy the sandy beach and clear blue bathing waters. A popular destination for scenic walks the beach and coastal paths remain dog-friendly all year round. Water sport enthusiasts flock to Daymer for wind or kite surfing when the conditions allow, otherwise its sheltered position and gently shelving beach provides the perfect spot for bucket and spade days on the beach. Just over the golden sand dunes and a short walk across the golf course, lies St Enodoc Church, a pretty little church that was once entirely buried in the sand and is now a much loved venue for weddings. The picturesque beach is approached via Daymer Lane with good facilities such as beachside parking, public toilets and a shop/cafe, while at the top of the road, Flo's Kitchen & Deli provides most everyday grocery shopping.



A firm favourite, Daymer Bay is enjoyed by generations of families who flock to this sheltered sandy beach located just inside the mouth of the Camel Estuary. The area around the beach is known as Trebetherick and its unspoilt and relatively underdeveloped nature, means that houses for sale in this highly desirable location are scarce. Property tends to be larger, exclusive detached residences set on generous plots providing good privacy and easy access to Daymer or Greenaway beaches. The development immediately surrounding St Moritz villas and apartments, and Highcliffe along with a broader variety of properties at the top of the hill, provide more accessible opportunities with fewer properties coming to market as you move closer towards the beach.

The civil parish of St Minver is divided into St Minver Highlands (to the north and east) and St Minver Lowlands (to the west). The combined parish is bounded on the south and west by the estuary of the River Camel, on the north by the Atlantic coast, and on the east by the parishes of St Endellion and St Kew. The principal villages in St Minver Lowlands are Rock, Trebetherick and Polzeath, while St Minver Highlands encompasses the main villages of St Minver, Tredrizzick, part of Polzeath and New Polzeath. Both parishes benefit from a Neigbourhood Development Plan that serves to enable both a desirable second home market to flourish, whilst also preserving the balance of a vibrant main residence community.

According to Right Move, property sales in Trebetherick had an overall average price of £2,161,111 last year, significantly higher than nearby Rock (£1,040,583), Polzeath (£871,909) and Port Isaac (£616,818). Only a handful of properties come to the market in Trebetherick each year, so house prices do tend to hold their value in this highly sought after area. The majority of sales in Trebetherick during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £2,573,571. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £655,000, with apartments fetching £780,000. Overall, sold prices in Trebetherick over the last year were 30% up on the previous year and 41% up on the 2020 peak of £1,535,417.



Surrounded by farmland and rolling golf courses, with scenic views across the mouth of the Camel Estuary, it is no suprise that Trebetherick has such enduring appeal.


Rock Heliport (2.3 miles)

Point at Polzeath Heliport (2.9)

Bodmin Parkway Station (17.4 miles)

Cornwall Airport Newquay (21 miles)


St. Minver Pre-School

Happy Days Nursery & Preschool

St Minver Primary School

Wadebridge Secondary School

St Josephs, Launceston

Truro Prep School

Truro Senior School

Truro High School for Girls


Daymer Bay Beach


Rock Beach

Porthilly Cove



Children of all ages are keen to explore the many rock pools, build dams and splash in sun warmed shallow waters and on sunny days, the little coves and dunes are sprinkled with families enjoying boules, cricket matches and tucking into seaside BBQs. There is nothing like lingering on Daymer beach to catch one of the glorious sunsets. On calm days, its sheltered position makes Daymer Bay a popular spot for swimming, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. When the breeze gets up, wind surfers and water sports enthusiasts flock here, and the infamous sand 'Doom Bar' that has claimed many and unsuspecting ship, can create a great wave for surfing. The area is fantastic for walking; follow the cliff top paths towards Polzeath stopping along the way at secluded pebbly Greenaway beach for a quick dip, or set out barefoot along the beach at low tide to Rock. The late poet laureate Sir John Betjeman famously loved this area, spending his later life in a house overlooking the dunes and is buried at nearby St Enodoc Church. 

Eating & Drinking


The Mowhay

Trebetherick, Wadebridge PL27 6SE

An art gallery and restaurant combined, The Mowhay offers fun and happy vibes with great food.

St Moritz Hotel Restaurant

St Moritz Ct, Trebetherick, Wadebridge PL27 6SD

Located within the St Moritz Hotel, The Shorecrest restaurant and bar serves fresh and local produce within a cool and trendy environment. Also offering weekly deals such as swim and lunch Sundays and fish and chip Fridays.

Daymer Bay Cafe

Daymer Lane, Wadebridge PL27 6SA

A beach-style café situated at the bottom of Daymer Lane, within the car park of Daymer Bay. The optimal place to get a drink after a swim in the sea or a walk on the sandy beach.  

Sea Side Cafe

St Moritz Ct, Trebetherick, Wadebridge PL27 6SD

The Sea Side café is located by the St Moritz’s outdoor pool, with views of the Atlantic Ocean. The ideal spot to enjoy a coffee, lunch or cream tea.

Flo's Deli & Café

Tregawne, Wadebridge PL27 6SB

Flo's Deli & Cafe is newly opened at the old Trebetherick Stores site. Operated by Flo's Kitchen based in Polzeath. Flo's Deli & Cafe offers an array of produce with a Deli bar as well as freshly baked pasteries and coffee. Perfect for stocking up for the week or a quick pit stop. 

Things to do


Kite Surfing

With Daymer Bay being a popular flat-water spot whilst being exposed to the incoming swell which can provide small waves, it makes it perfect for kitesurfing. Please note kitesurfing is not allowed between 10am – 6pm.

Wind Surfing

Daymer Bay sees to be a popular destination for windsurfing. This beach can provide flat water to choppy waves due to tidal currents being strong in this part of the estuary.

Coastal Walks

Daymer Bay offers the chance to absorb the idyllic coastline by walking to Polzeath or up Brea Hill where you get to see the stunning panoramic views of North Cornwall.

St Enodoc Church

Daymer Lane, Trebetherick PL27 6LD

A small chapel that stands among the sand dunes at Daymer Bay. Overshadowed by Brea Hill and surrounded by the St Enodoc Golf Club, this Chapel holds get mystery with it's stature and location.

St Moritz Hotel Spa

Trebetherick, Polzeath PL27 6SD

Within the St Moritz Hotel is the Cowshed Spa. Here you can indulge in various spa treatments and relax alone or with friends as you enjoy a glass of champagne.