Walk down the garden and out of the gate, turn right along the coast path and be on the private Duporth beach within 10 minutes.
The private beach just 200 metres away, meaning you'll often have it all to yourselves.
*** Some of the pathway to the beach to the left of Point House is unfortunately closed for the safety of the public. To access the beach, walk down the garden, out of the gate, turn right onto the coast path and walk 10 minutes to a second gate that leads you directly onto the beach.***
Point House is a large detached house overlooking the stunning Duporth beach just a short walk away from the historic harbour of Charlestown. Duporth is a private beach, open to residents only and those holidaying at Point House, meaning you will often have the bay to yourselves, away from the madding crowds.
You can reach Charlestown by foot in under 10 minutes. A fishing port abundant in character, Charlestown is the last open Georgian working 18th century harbour. As seen in the BBC Poldark series, the village embodies the essence of Cornish fishing life. Let classic tall ships and pebbly beaches dotted with caves set you daydreaming as you wander the streets, freshly caught crab sandwich in hand (just watch out for seagulls!).
Easy access to the South West Cost Path means you can strike a leisurely course out and find your way to neighbouring bays, including Carlyon, Pentewan and Porthpean Beach. For a day out, the world-famous Eden Project and the captivating Lost Garden of Heligan are just a short drive away, where horticulture, imagination and the county's unique spirit meet.