All of our safety equipment is top notch and reguarly checked.
PRICESJust like our Surf shop we like to keep our pricing relevent and competitive. Most of all we want to offer our customers great value for money without compramise. Here are some of our prices below.
Please do not hesitate to give us a call if you are looking for a particular product and we will enjoy the challenge to make it.
In the late 1770s, during the American Revolutionary War, lieutenant-colonel of the North Devon militia, Francis Basset, commanded local miners to fortify the port, which helped counter a Franco-Spanish invasion fleet gathered as part of the European theatre of the war, some of them still standing to this day.
Portreath lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Almost a third of Cornwall has AONB designation, with the same status and protection as a National Park.
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Your safety always comes first. We'll make sure we understand any conditions or anxieties you may have prior to the lesson so we can teach you confidently.Our maximum class sizes are one coach to eight students, this ratio ensures safety at all times, as well as allowing maximum learning opportunity.
We can also tailor lessons and coaching to fit with your requirements such as group discounts and much more. Please call us for more details. TO ADVANCE BOOK YOUR SURFING LESSONS PLEASE CALL: 01209 844806
We have been established since 1988 and the business has gone from strength to strength due to the quality and dedication to baking.
SAFETY FIRSTWe taking safety very seriously here at HQ Surf School and no expense has been spared to make sure you have a great lesson in the safest possible way.
HQ Surf School is based in Portreath half way between Porthtowan and Gwithian. This consistant surfing beach is great for learning and less busy than the other spots that can be a bit to hectic when learning to surf.
EQUIPMENTAll equipment is provided it free of charge for your lesson. If you want to carry on using it for the rest of the day the kit is also available to hire.
SPRING OPENING TIMESWEEKDAYS 10 - 5.30pmSATURDAYS 10 - 5pmSUNDAYS 10 - 5pm
So if you are looking to learn this great sport and have a stack of fun HQ surf school will get you up and standing in no time.
OUR HEAD COACH - CHRIS WEBBChris grew up in Tynemouth, North East England, always in sight of the sea, but it was during a family holiday to Cornwall as a young child he was introduced to wave riding and from then on it became an addiction!
The railways and Portreath Tramroad associated with the minerals trade today form the Mineral Tramways Coast to Coast, a long distance cycleway and footpath extending 15 miles (24 km) from Portreath to the south coast.
Nance Wood, 1 mile to the south east of the village, is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its biological characteristics. The woods are one of only 2 sites in Britain to contain Irish spurge (Euphorbia hyberna), a Red Data Book of rare and endangered plant species.
We choose every piece of equipment for its functionality and ease of use so you get the very best out of each lesson. The wetsuits we use are 4/3 mm for maximum warmth and comfort. Our surfboards are foam in construction with soft tops for safety yet also have a harder slick bottom for ease in catching waves. We offer boards in both 7, 8 & 9 foot sizes depending on the conditions and the riders build.
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1 2 hour Lesson - £ 30 1 Day (2 Lessons) - £ 502 Lessons (Different Days) - £ 553 Lessons - £ 704 Lessons - £ 90
All of the products are made in our bakery and whenever possible we use fresh local raw materials to deliver the very best result to our customer.
By 1827 Portreath was described as Cornwall's most important port and Portreath was, with Devoran on the south coast, one of the main ports for sending the copper ore mined in the Gwennap area to Swansea for smelting. The ships returned with Welsh coal to fire the steam engines used on the mines. The peak of this enterprise was around 1840, when some 100,000 tons of copper ore were shipped out each year.
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We pride ourselves as qualified craft bakers and offer a bespoke service to be delivered to your door.
The Portreath Tramroad, the first railway in Cornwall, was started in 1809 to link the harbour with the copper mines at Scorrier and St Day. By 1812 the tramroad reached Scorrier House, one of the financiers houses, and was completed by 1819. It was horse-drawn with wagons on an approximate 4 ft (1.2 m) gauge using L-shaped cast iron plates on square granite blocks. The line was little used after the Poldice mine closed in the 1860s and the tramroad was closed in 1865.
Portreath (Cornish: Porthtreth or Porth Treth) is a civil parish, village and fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is about three miles (5 km) northwest of Redruth. The village extends along both sides of a stream valley and is centred on the harbour and beach. West of the harbour entrance and breakwater are two sandy beaches which are popular with holidaymakers and surfers.
We offer surfing lessons for beginners to expert level and all kit is provided. We will also make sure you have the most appropriate fitting wetsuit and board so you get the most out of each coaching session.
If you are looking for a safe and fun surfing lesson with the experts then we have all you need for a great session. Our instructors are qualifed coaches with over 30 years surfing experience. There is nothing these guys do not know.
RRH Portreath, on Nancekuke Common to the north of the village, is now a radar station operated by the RAF, but was originally built in 1940 to be the RAF's main fighter airfield in Cornwall during WW2.