You won't likely see much on the beach though sometimes storms expose parts of cables, which may or may not be in use.
Much of the heavy communications infrastructure in Cornwall is hidden underground and in nondescript industrial buildings, bungalow-like buildings, down small roads that claim to lead to farms and such like. Partly security through obscurity.
Also the new cable landing stations may be a few km inland with splices hidden underground. There are locked manhole covers on the surface but little else that is visible.
Here is a (apparently) disused cable landing station with underground bunker for TAT3/TAT8 just up from Widemouth beach (photo from Google Earth street view):
Right on Widemouth Beach, you may be able to see evidence (such as manhole covers right on the beach) of the Europe-India gateway cable & GLO1 landing near the lifeguard station.
The actual landing building for those cables is a couple km away, and you won't be able to get close enough to see very much: