About the Area
Treligga is a historic hamlet sitting in a designated “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” overlooking the sea, the fields, and the coastline from Tintagel to Port Isaac.
The Treligga Cliffs, at the bottom of the garden, are among the highest in Britain, and the footpath leads to the beaches of Tregardock and Trebarwith. The walks here are breathtaking.
The Idyllic ancient fishing village of Port Isaac is 2 miles away, with it’s famous slipway where sea shanties are sung on Friday Evenings. Port Isaac has 2 Michelin Starred restaurants and one of the best seafood shops in Britain. Port Gaverne, next door, is another stunning little inlet and the perfect swimming spot.
Treligga is 25 minutes from Polzeath, Padstow and Rock… if you like that sort of thing.