Tourist attractions 

(In addition to over 40 miles of beaches and stunning cliff coastline!) 

(All are located within approx. 30 mins drive)

Bodmin

Experience a Steam Railway, Spooky Victorian Jail, & Evening ghost walks. 

DCLI Regimental Museum. 

Boscastle 

Visit the scenic harbour & Museum of Witchcraft.

Camel Valley Vineyard

Best in the World for sparkling rosé brut 2017. Holder of a Royal Warrant.

Camel Trail.

Visit the famous disused railway. Choose to cycle from either Wenfordridge (11 miles) or Wadebridge (5.5miles) to Padstow Harbour.

Davidstow Airfield

Visit the WWII RAF sea rescue station museum.

Hidden Valley

Enjoy the Discovery & adventure park.

Launceston Castle

Visit the English Heritage stone castle, Original site in 1068.

Padstow

Visit the harbour,  Artisan shops & enjoy Rick Stein food.

Pencarrow House

Visit the Grade II country house & gardens and enjoy Historic guided tours.

Port Isaac

Visit the pretty harbour,  Art Galleries and the setting for tv’s Doc Martin. 

Rettallack Aqua Park


Visit the Inflatable ‘total wipe out’ style aqua park. Flow rider surfing, SUPS, Zorbs and Wake park.

Roughtor


Easy walk to ascend Cornwall’s only volcano (extinct) and 2nd highest peak at 390m. Extensive views across Bodmin Moor.

South West Coast Path

Visit the rugged coastline walk with nearest access point approx. 3 miles.

Slaughterbridge

Arthurian Centre - perceived site of ‘Camelot’, Arthur and Modred’s last battle site and King Arthur’s Stone.

Tintagel

Experience the English heritage site of King Arthur’s legendary dramatic peninsula cliff top castle.

Wadebridge

15th century stone bridge the longest in Cornwall.

Market town with facilities.

Other popular attractions under 60 mins drive:

Charlestown – three mast sailing ship, also the location for TV's Poldark

Eden Project

Football Golf 

Healey’s Cyder Farm – (Home of ‘Rattler’ cider)

Land’s End (90 mins)

Lanhydrock House - Large National Trust property

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Newquay & Bude – well known surfing towns

Trerice – National Trust property

Wheal Coates Tin Mine