What would a visit to Cornwall be without visiting the beach. Luckily you won't need to go far to find your perfect beach. For the rugged north coast to the gentle south there are plenty to choose from. And if you can't decide just ask and we will point you in the right direction.


Cornwall is a place for everyone with attractions for the young and the old.  From the the world famous Eden project to museums and galleries such as the Tate. For the kids there are Zoo's theme parks and aquariums all within easy reach.


Restronguet creek opens out into Carrick Roads, reputed to be the third largest natural harbour in the world. Falmouth is renowned in the world of sailing, with numerous racing events beginning here, and ample areas for yacht moorings. The area around the National Maritime Museum is vibrant often with events and live music.


Chy Worval is at one end of the 'Coast to Coast' cycle trail. Most of it away from roads, the trail passes through ancient woodland, heath land important for wildlife and historic mining sites.


Cornwall with it's temperate weather is renowned for it's gardens. Nearby are the famous gardens of Trebah, and Heligan with the National Trust gardens of Trelissick, Glendurgan, Cotehele and Lanhydrock all within easy reach.

Bird Watching

A great variety of waders and waterside birds come to feed along the creek edge. Examples of these are the Grey Heron, Little Egret, Dunlin, Shelduck, Teal, Mallard, Black‑Tailed Godwit, Curlew and Redshank.

Being so deep the Carrick Roads regularly attracts sea-going birds in the winter. The roads are renowned for good numbers of wintering water birds and traditionally hold one of the largest flocks of wintering Black-necked Grebes in the UK.