Kiln Quay Beach
Description:Flushing is a small village looking across the Penryn River to Falmouth. To the east of the village is a small beach called Kiln Quay Beach, which is mostly rocky but with some sand patches. There is also a disused quay. Note that Kiln Quay is sometimes referred to as Trefusis Beach or Flushing Beach.
Safety:No Lifeguards. Defibrillator is located mid point on Trefusis road at the Sailing Club. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:There is road parking on Trefusis Road which is level (Note Trefusis Road is a dead end road). There is a slipway to the beach.
Dogs:Dogs are allowed on the beach all year.
Directions:Flushing is about 5 miles from Falmouth and 11 miles from Truro. From east or west take the A390 to Truro and at Truro follow the directions for Falmouth on the A39. On the A39 at the Treluswell Roundabout (which is a double roundabout) take the turning to Penryn onto the B3292. Follow the B3292 to Penryn. At Penryn turn left where signposted to Flushing. Continue on this road out of Penryn for about a mile then turn right where signposted to Flushing. Follow this road to a junction and then turn right. Take this road down into Flushing and drive through Flushing along the water front and the follow the road into Trefusis Road where there is road parking close to the beach.
Post Code:TR11 5TZ.
Parking:Road parking on Trefusis Road, note there is limited parking here and Trefusis Road is a dead end with no turning at the end. No car parks in Flushing.
Facilities:Deckchair and windbreak hire. Shops in Flushing.
Activities:Paddle boarding, kayaking hire and tuition.