Some guests come to Cornwall because they love beautiful gardens; what surprises them, though, is its extraordinary range of excellent resgtaurants. Some come for the surf and watersports, but have no idea of the county’s sheer abundance of art galleries. Others know all about the fantastic beaches but are surprised by the richness of Cornwall’s mining and industrial heritage.
Cornwall is an amazingly diverse and surprising place, and at Treglos you’re very well placed to discover it all. Within a 20-mile radius, you can learn to abseil in the morning, tour an award-winning vineyard in the afternoon and eat at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant in the evening. Or, if pottering and moseying are more your style, a day or two spent between sub-tropical National Trust gardens, well-stocked art galleries and historic castles might suit you better. If it’s golf you’re looking for, then look no further than the eight courses which are all within a 40-minute drive. Including our own Merlin golf course a short drive away at Mawgan Porth.
Underneath are some suggested places we’ve listed that you may be interested; in each category there are many many more though.
Green Days Out – Cardinham Woods & The Camel Trail.
Attractions – Lobster Hatchery, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, Camel Valley Vineyard, Padstow Cycle Hire, Geevor Tin Mine, Pendennis Castle, St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall Flying Club, Lusty Glaze Adventure Centre, Crealy Adventure Park & The Ultimate Undersea Safari
Gardens – Cotehele, Lanhydrock, Eden Project, Heligan Gardens, Prideaux Place, Pencarrow House, Trewithen Gardens & Trebah Gardens
Beaches – Constantine, Boobys Bay, Treyarnon, Harlyn, Tregirls, Porthcothan, Polzeath, Daymer Bay, Trevone Bay and Rock