National Trust Pentireglaze

The Pentire Headland is one of the highlights of the spectacular North Cornwall coastline and can now be explored using an all terrain mobility scooter (Tramper) available for hire through our partner, National Trust Pentire. 

Close to Polzeath and the Camel estuary, this headland combines history and nature as you enjoy the coastal views. With evidence that the headland has been inhabited since 4000BC the area is now a haven for wildflowers, wildlife and birds. 

Four contrasting linear routes start from the new visitor facilities (which include parking, refreshments and a Changing Places toilet). Whether it is a walk to the tip of the headland, down to the beach or along the South West Coast Path towards Lundy Bay, you’ll enjoy the beauty of the area. The restored orchard next to the visitor facilities provides a peaceful start or finish with accessible paths and picnic tables. 

NB: As Pentire is a working farm with livestock grazing, there will be times when one or two routes may not be available for use. National Trust staff will advise as to which routes are available on the day of your visit. 


Booking is essential. Please email and include a telephone number and email address so the staff can confirm availability of the Tramper. 

Bookings should be made in advance (ideally 3 days before your planned visit). Please cancel if you are subsequently cannot visit so that the slot can be available for others. 

The Tramper is available to hire when staff are on site (most days from April to October and weekends over the winter). 

All Tramper users must be accompanied by one other person and one of you must be in possession of a working mobile phone in case of difficulties. 

Contact details

Address Pentire, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 6QY
Telephone 01208863046

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Key information

1 Tramper Available


Dogs Welcome

Accessible Parking

Accessible Toilet(s)

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