Cornwall

If you wish to venture further afield the rest of Cornwall has many places of interest and experiences just waiting to be discovered.

Gardens

For garden lovers choose from a vast variety of unrivalled gardens in Cornwall:

Caerhays
Cotehele
Glendurgan
Lanhydrock
Lost Gardens of Heligan
Trelissick
Trewithen

Special Places

Outstanding places to visit for a memorable day out:

Kynance Cove
Padstow
The Eden Project, St. Austell
The Lizard Peninsula
The Roseland Peninsula including St. Mawes
Tintagel
Truro

History

Cornwall is steeped in history and legend with plenty of fantastic locations to visit:

Pendenis Castle
Launceston Castle
Restormel Castle
St. Mawes Castle
Tintagel Castle

Family Days Out

If you have young children or perhaps less than perfect weather there’s plenty to do:

Cornish Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Nr Helston
Falmouth Aquarium
Flambards, Nr Helston
National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Falmouth
Roskilly’s Farm, St. Keverne
The Camel Trail, Wadebridge
The Eden Project, St. Austell

Eating Out (further afield)

Cornish cuisine leads the way and the following restaurants are well worth the slightly longer drive:

Fifteen Cornwall, Watergate Bay
The Seafood restaurant, Padstow
See http://www.rickstein.com/ for more Rick Stein restaurants

New Cornish Experiences

Something a bit different to do during your stay – these experiences would make a fantastic gift for a loved one:

On the Roseland try an alternative, inspiring experience, Philleigh Way cookery school.
http://www.philleighway.co.uk/courses/

For a fully comprehensive range of cookery courses visit Padstow, the gastro centre of Cornwall.
http://www.rickstein.com/Course-Information.html

If you love walking and want to learn more about Cornwall the following companies offer organised private walking tours which are very informative and make a great day out or a fantastic gift for the person who has everything.

www.walkitcornwall.co.uk
www.exploreincornwall.co.uk