Bedruthan Steps lies west of Newquay-Padstow road (B3276) that is about 1 mile north of Ternance. Car Parking is available at the top of cliff.
Address: Bedruthan, Saint Eval, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7UW, United Kingdom
It is huge and irregularly shaped rock stacks made up by the Atlantic. It is the most magnificent sight that is surrounded by vast stretches of sand in summer and pounded by cold waves in winter. It provides a home for sea birds and an entertainment for rock climbers. It is said that many rocky arches collapsed under the relentless onslaught of sea and made many steps in this rock.
One of the rock tacks is called as the Queen Bess Rock Because of its resemblance with Elizabeth I. The other one is called The Samaritan Rock, a name that was given after the wreck of Good Samaritan who was an East Indiaman from Liverpool and smashed to the shore by savage.
There is also a beautiful church located at almost 1.5 miles from the cliffs. Its tall tower guides the ships away from the wrath of rocks.
There is also a small National Trust cafe that provides shelter to visitors when the Atlantic gets windy. Bedruthan Steps Hotel and Spa is a well renowned hotel with spectacular ocean views across North Cornwall and wonderful coastline scenery make the tourist to come for enjoyment.