If the house isn’t enough, lose yourself in the Lost Gardens of Heligan or marvel at the Eden Project. Potter down for a pint in the quaint fishing village of Mevagissey, walk the coastal path, take the ferry to Fowey for fresh fish. Cornwall is its own entertainment.
Head down to the World of Model Railways. More than 30 trains travel through a variety of landscapes at this fascinating museum. Thomas the Tank Engine even makes an appearance at Junior Junction.
Enjoy a good old fashioned day at the seaside with buckets and spades and ice creams. The Cornish Riviera plays host to a wealth of sandy family-friendly beaches including Pentewan, Caerhayes, and Porthcurnick.
Make the most of your coastal location and take to the open water on a kayak or paddle board, it’s a great way to explore the Cornish coast.
Cornwall’s best known attraction, The Eden Project is just a short drive away. Your children will love discovering the fauna and flora hidden within the two magnificent domes.
Discover the mysteries of The Lost Gardens of Heligan, on an exploration through Victorian Productive Gardens & Pleasure Grounds, a sub-tropical Jungle, pioneering Wildlife Project and beyond.
For the Grown Ups
Mevagissey Feast Week is the village festival, thought to be the longest surviving in the County, owes its success to the blend of traditional and new events which brings the whole community together and welcomes hundreds of visitors to share in its unique celebrations.
Try The Sharkfin pub on the quay in Mevagissey, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome and a cold beer when you walk through the door.
Head to Knightor Winery and Restaurant, they produce fine sparkling and still white and rosé wines from the harvests of our own Cornish vineyards and other English growers. Taste the wines and enjoy a delicious evening meal.
If you would like to indulge in some beauty and health pampering our expert beauty therapists offer a full range of treatments. Get all the luxury of a visit to a five star spa in the comfort of your own seaside getaway.