Local Area

Our bed & breakfast accommodation in Cornwall is perfectly placed to allow you to explore the many diverse places of interest that Cornwall has to offer. Whether it's the amazing bio-domes at the Eden Project, an enjoyable meal next to the harbour in Fowey or cycling the picturesque camel trail, they are all just a short trip away.

Houses, Gardens & Places of Interest

The Eden Project

The largest conservatory in the world full of tropical plants, birds, insects and interesting facts.

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

A beautiful hidden Victorian garden carefully restored to give an insight into the past.

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Lanhydrock House & Gardens

The jewel in the crown of Cornwall's National Trust with lots to see within the 30 acres.

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St Austell Brewery

An interesting tour around a brewery followed by a few tasty pints - don't mind if I do!

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Charlestown Shipwreck Centre

Historical artefacts gathered from more than 150 shipwrecks over the last 50 years.

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Bodmin and Wenford Railway

One of the only full size steam locomotive railways in the UK - this must not be missed.

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Truro Cathedral

A beautiful and historical Cathedral which receives approximately 200,000 visitors a year.

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Blue Reef Aquarium

Part of a new generation of aquariums with habitats that mimic the natural environment.

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Minack Theatre

Earmarked as one of the best things to do in Cornwall, an open air theatre with some view!

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Kids, Fun, Zoos & Sanctuaries

The Flambards Experience

One of the best fun parks in Cornwall packed with big fun filled rides and educational exhibitions.

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Springfields Fun Park & Pony Centre

A fun park, boating, playgrounds, pony rides and many other animals to keep you entertained.

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Monkey Sanctuary

Currently caring for 24 monkeys and set in beautiful woodland overlooking the coast.

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Gweek Seal Sanctuary

Accommodating a hospital, various pools and lots of seals, otters and more.

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Tamar Valley Donkey Park

Not just donkeys - ponies, goats, sheep, pigs and rabbits which can all be fed and petted.

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Newquay Zoo

Cornwall's largest zoo containing over 130 species including lions and red pandas.

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Towns & Scenery

Fowey

A unique historic town with incredible sea views, fabulous local food and quaint shops.

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Bodmin Moor

A landscape of granite tors and rugged geography perfect for walking and rambling.

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Truro

Cornwall's cathedral city offering a superb shopping experience and historic buildings.

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The Camel Trail

An 18 mile stretch of walkway passing through some of the most spectacular countryside.

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Falmouth

A popular boating and watersports location with fabulous sea views and good shopping.

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Padstow

Renowned for being the home town of Rick Stein, a great day out with top sea food restaurants.

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Newquay

Regarded as the UK's surfing capital and a popular tourist destination all year round.

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Land's End

A popular tourist destination and regarded by many as one of the essential things to do.

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The Lizard

The southern most point of the British Isles and an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Annual Events

Royal Cornwall Show

Everything Cornish you could wish for - the Cornwall show of all shows!

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Fowey Regatta

Sailing, fireworks, the Red Arrows and so much more with a fantastic atmosphere

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Run to the Sun

A music festival featuring the best talent available as well as comedy and a fun park

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