Cornwall has a host of hidden treasures, glorious gardens and coastal
towns just waiting to be explored.
NEWQUAY, located on Cornwall’s Atlantic Coast, has been voted “One of the nation’s favourite seaside towns”. Once a small fishing port, the town has a laid back atmosphere with a high street that stretches its entire length. Newquay is also famous for its 7 miles of glorious golden sandy beaches, said to be some of the best in England and for being the UK’s surfing capital.
FALMOUTH is an attractive town with many fine 18th century buildings and has been shaped and influenced by its fascinating maritime heritage, with a pretty old harbour on one side and sandy beaches on the other. Its also the gateway to the beautiful Fal River.
Enjoy a FAL CRUISE from the bustling port of Falmouth, through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to arrive at TRELISSICK HOUSE AND GARDENS. Here discover a Regency country house in a stunning unspoilt landscape, set on its own peninsula with panoramic views over the Fal Estuary.
ST IVES is a picturesque fishing harbour with tightly packed slate roofs, fisherman’s cottages, church towers and four golden beaches. Since the 1800’s the town has been a magnet for some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors and ceramists. Its still the same today with numerous galleries lining it cobbled streets.
PENCARROW HOUSE & GARDENS is a beautiful Georgian house at the foot of a sweeping valley, tucked away on the edge of Bodmin moor. It has been and still is the family home of the Molesworth-St Aubyns for nearly 500 years. Inside there are superb collections to view and outside 50 acres of parkland and formal gardens.