Location and Surrounding Area
Dreemskerry rests at the edge of the Helford River area of outstanding natural beauty, equidistant from the tucked-away hamlets and creeks of the Helford and the bustling harbourside town of Falmouth.
At the end of the garden, while away hours beside the waves on your private patch of water access.
The golden sands of Maenporth beach await, just half a kilometre or so along the coast path. Walk the coast path and meander through wildflower meadows until you reach it. Your local sheltered beach has everything you might need for a day beside the water. A lovely little cafe and handy public conveniences, plus plenty of space at low tide to spread out.
Come the evening, there’s even an opportunity for fine dining in Maenporth at The Cove, a restaurant overlooking the beach.
Falmouth, with its historic harbour is a hotspot for all things nautical. Here you’ll find the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and boat trips can be taken to and fro across the water. Falmouth is bursting with independent shops, coffee houses, and places to eat.
There are few places further from the madding crowd than the Helford River, where grade A waters lap against quiet beaches. Sailing opportunities are rife here, and the twin gardens of National Trust Glendurgan and Trebah make this little corner of Cornwall a must-visit.
Further afield, an hour or so’s drive takes you all over – to St Ives for a spot of culture, to the rugged beaches of the Lizard and the famous North Coast for the type of surfing adventures to write home about.