As the description says, the facilities are on the neighbouring no-dog beach. But you can grab a coffee and a bite to eat on the way past and use the toilets. We noticed that beach got very busy on the lovely sunny day. The East beach for dogs was less crowded.
The beach and sea at low tide were great and was proving very popular with happy dogs splashing in the gentle waves.
We parked in a small free parking area further up the hill which could fit about 20 cats as we weren't staying very long and didn't fancy getting jammed in with the typical Cornish single track road. There was a no-camping sign on the gate but otherwise no indication if the gate gets locked in the evening.
We noticed there was plenty of parking at the bottom for £5 - great if staying a while.
Highly recommended provided you're not carrying too much.