From dinner at a Rick Stein restaurant to a first-light dog-walk, where your feet and your dog's paws have made the only marks in the sea-swept sand. From the exhilaration of the wind pulling your kite-buggy fast across flat sands to a leisurely round of golf at a beautiful links. There are so many things to do in North Cornwall, appealing to so many tastes, temperaments and ages, we couldn't possibly fit them under one heading, so please have a good look through these pages.
There really is something here for everyone.
Whatever you're looking for, you can go from lively surf to a sheltered, windless cove, to rock-pools, to dunes, to dog-friendly, to boat-friendly and back again to typical Atlantic in just a hundred metres in North Cornwall.
Why not hire a bicycle and ride the 18-mile, flat, surfaced Camel Trail between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow which passes through some of the south west's loveliest countryside, offering the chance for a rewarding cycling holiday in Cornwall.
As far as wining and dining goes, there is great quality, as well as quantity, of choice, and this applies to the whole spectrum of restaurants, from gastronomic treats (with prices to match) through to more value-for-money, family-oriented places, to cater whatever your needs.
Wide open sands, clifftops, dunes and unrestricted beaches: North Cornwall is heaven on earth for your four legged friend.
Frequent driving and fishing trips can be arranged hunting for mackerel, bass and even shark. Many people also enjoy rod fishing from the cliffs at the mouth of the estuary and from the beaches during the rising tides.
Seamist is walking distance to the renound St Enodoc Golf Club. St Enodoc has 2 links courses; The Championship Church Course and the smaller Holywell Course.
Seamist is also a 10 minute drive from the Roserrow Country Golf club and a 40 minutes drive from Trevose Golf Club
For a memorable sailing holiday in Cornwall, you can choose to hire or sail your own boat in the excellent waters off the North Cornwall coast. Every summer the Rock Sailing Club hosts daily sailing races during the two weeks of Camel Week and Junior Camel Week; and the Camel School of Seamanship - which you can find on the Pontoon at Rock - will hire you a boat or teach you to sail in some of the best waters for sailing in Cornwall.
In Rock and Padstow you can choose from high-end shops selling an unlikely array of anything from black truffles to white jeans via specialist cheeses and aspirational lifestyle brand clothing.
The humble walking boot's a fantastic mode of transport to take if it you're keen to seek out the best of walking holiday in Cornwall. These routes offer some of the finest walking in Cornwall you could find on north coast or south and offers not only glimpses of seals, kestrels, puffins and peregrines but insights, too, into Cornwall's past of smuggling and shipwrecks.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the water, depending on whether you're an adrenaline junkie or a gentle row is more what you have in mind, there is something for everyone. Sailing, surfing and watersking are all easily organised and available.