Daymer Bay & Trebetherick have a huge appeal to all, from the young to the not so young. This is Betjeman country and unquestionably especially peaceful, exhilarating and magnificent,with wide open spaces in which to be at one with nature. St Enodoc, once buried in the sand, is within walking distance of the beach at Daymer and is now the final resting place of Sir John Betjeman. As Polzeath is to surfers, so Daymer Bay is to windsurfers, and there is also enormous appeal for small children with buckets and spades and paddling in the rock pools. On summer evenings local players recite Betjeman’s Poetry on nearby Brae Hill.