Trewithen is a private estate that has been home to the same family for more than 300 years boasting one of the loveliest gardens in England. An International Camellia Garden Read more [...]
Cornwall’s best known activity is the surfing on it’s Atlantic coast but in a county where everything is reachable, Cornwall provides endless choices. The diversity of it’s two coastlines, 100’s of beaches and coves, it’s moors and mining heritage provides opportunities for walkers, nature lovers or if you just want to take a break from a day on the beach. Popular seaside towns and places to go include St Ives, Padstow and Falmouth.
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Levant Mine and Beam Engine is part of Cornwall and West Devon Mining World Heritage Site. Includes the only Cornish beam engine anywhere in the world that is still in Read more [...]
Constantine Bay surf school believe in Fun in the surf. The first part of the lesson is based on the beach running you through everything you need to have the confidence Read more [...]
St Catherine’s Castle is one of a pair of small artillery forts, built by Thomas Treffry approximately 1540. The D-shaped, stone fortification, equipped with five gun-ports for cannon, overlooked the Read more [...]
Antony is an early 18th-century mansion set in parkland and fine gardens.
Trengwainton Garden, a sheltered garden with an abundance of exotic trees and shrubs. One of the main aspects is a stream garden with moisture loving plants.
Wheal Coates is a former cliff top tin mine situated on the north coast of Cornwall, between Porthtowan and St Agnes. It is maintained by the National Trust, for more Read more [...]
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The style of the gardens is typical of the nineteenth century Gardenesque style, with Read more [...]
Porth Hellick Down is an area of downland on the east side of the island of St Mary’s in the Isles of Scilly. Seven Scillonian entrance graves stand on the Read more [...]
An unfinished artillery fort, built above St Mary’s Pool harbour in 1552-53
Port Isaac lifeboat station was established in the 1850s and now operates an inshore lifeboat. Station open for visits but no shop.