Places to Dine, Stay and Visit

Wheal Martyn

Nestled within the historic Ruddle Valley within 26 acres of woodland walks and amongst the preserved remains of two former Victorian clay works, Wheal Martyn is the UK’s only China Clay Museum. This truly unique site tells the story of Cornwall’s billion pound China Clay industry and the lives of […]

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Tregothnan, home to the same family since 1334, has the largest historic garden in Cornwall. Although not open to the public you may, with prior appointment, visit this amazing garden. A passionate member of our gardening team acts as your host, explaining the fascinating history of the garden, its impressive plant collections, […]

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Pandora Inn

When you visit the Pandora, it’s easy to forget you’re in the 21st century. Its spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it’s not difficult to believe […]

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The Atlantic Hotel

Just a short stroll to the centre of Newquay, and minutes from some of the UK’s finest surf beaches, our iconic AA four star hotel blends classic glamour with modern luxury and a warmhearted welcome. Packed with gorgeous original features (think marbled entrance, sweeping staircase and chandeliers) the hotel itself […]

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Newquay Sea Safaris and Fishing

Explore the North Cornwall Coast and see Newquay like you’ve never seen it – from the sea.. Cruise the hidden coves and secret beaches and meet the wildlife up close and in their natural environment.

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Caerhays Estate

It is difficult not to be stunned when you visit Caerhays Castle and its 140 acre Gardens which are the home of the Williams family. The natural beauty of the coastline and its steep valleys, the architectural surprises, the inescapable sense of history and the range of activities and facilities […]

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