Things To Do in Cornwall
Cornwall has so much to offer…
Whatever your age, whatever your interest, whether you want a well-earned rest or an activity holiday or simply wonderful sandy beaches and marvellous scenery, you will be sure to find what you like in this area.
The scope of interest is endless, but here is a taste of the many reasons for spending your holiday in North Cornwall. Each cottage has a comprehensive choice of brochures and information leaflets for guests’ use.
- Spectacular cliffs and coastal paths
- Glorious sandy beaches and coves
- Sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, canoeing, rowing in the Camel Estuary
- Remote moorland
- Walking or cycling – try the Camel Trail
- Lots of places steeped in history/heritage sites/monuments
- The much-acclaimed Eden Project
- Stately homes and gardens
- Selection of golf courses
- Theme parks and attractions
- Museums and galleries
- Wildlife and country parks
- Fishing villages and harbours
Around Wadebridge & Padstow
The market town of Wadebridge is a haven for tourists and an excellent holiday destination. It provides all the usual shopping facilities, banks, a post office and tourist information office, as well as arts and crafts galleries and restaurants. There is an indoor leisure centre and swimming pool, a multi-screen cinema and the John Betjeman Centre, which is housed in the former railway station. Walkers and cyclists can gain access to the Camel Trail, which will take them to Padstow in one direction and to Bodmin and beyond in the other direction. Wadebridge is also part of the Saints Way, which is a sixteen mile cross country walk.
Only five miles from Hawksland Mill is the ancient fishing port of Padstow, which everyone loves to visit. Here you can see the fishing boats and the lobster hatchery, as well as taking a boat trip or the ferry across the River Camel to Rock.
There are numerous safe and sandy beaches within a few miles of Hawksland Mill, not forgetting glorious coastal walks.
Many visitors come to Cornwall for the magnificent gardens such as Trebah, Trelissick and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
We also have a choice of stately homes to visit including Pencarrow House, Lanhydrock,Trerice, Prideaux Place and Cotehele.