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The Weather in Crantock
Above is a climate diagram for Crantock. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 4°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is March.
Holiday cottages in the picturesque coastal village of Crantock
The village of Crantock is a small friendly community on the Cornish coast. Much of the village is owned by the National Trust and its two beaches, Crantock Beach and Polly Joke, are pristine. Accommodation in the village ranges from cosy stone cottages to more spacious lettings with sea views.
Celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Rick Stein both have popular restaurants located near Crantock, which concentrate on the outstanding seafood for which Cornwall is famous. Another speciality of the region is the Cornish pasty, a baked pastry filled with meat, turnip and potato which makes a great portable lunch to eat on the beach. Another treat is the Cornish cream tea: a scone topped with jam and Cornish clotted cream, served with a pot of tea. Pop into Crantock tearoom for an authentic experience, or buy the ingredients from the local shop and make your own at your cottage!
Fun for kids
As well as the two beaches which are perfect for sand castle building, Crantock has a wealth of nearby attractions for children, in particular some great destinations for animal lovers. Newquay Zoo is surrounded by a tropical garden where kids can run wild while observing over 130 different species of animals, from lions to lizards. The Blue Reef Aquarium is only a short drive or bus ride away, and has over 40 different habitats for a diverse variety of sea-creatures. The main highlight is the underwater walk-through tunnel running through a coral reef. Many of the holiday lettings in Crantock are pet-friendly, so the whole family will be able to enjoy the holiday.
What to see in and around Crantock
Sitting at the mouth of the Gannel Estuary, Crantock Beach's long golden sands are backed by high dunes which are covered in colourful wildflowers in the early summer. Perfect for picnics!
Long associated with the legend of King Arthur, Tintagel castle is a medieval fortification on the North Cornwall Coast. Managed by English Heritage, you can visit the castle itself as well as the informative visitor centre, which is located in Tintagel town.
Crealy Great Adventure Park
With animal attractions, exhilarating rides and an indoor play area, visitors to Crealy will have lots to see and do. A fun day out for all ages!
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Now one of the UK's most popular botanical gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan were rediscovered in 1990 after nearly a century of neglect had led to jungle-like overgrowth.
Healy's Cornish Cyder Farm
Visit Healy's Cornish Cyder Farm to find out how to make make cider, juice and jams all of which you can take back to your holiday cottage, for a real taste of Cornwall. Kids will love the farm animals!
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