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Exploring Cornwall

There’s so much going on in Cornwall.

Cornwall is perfect for those looking to explore outside of the farm’s boundaries.

No matter what the reason is for your stay, there’s always something for everyone in Cornwall. For the more outdoors-y types, hire a bike and complete the Camel Trail, take part in a surf lesson at Bude, or go for a hike around Bodmin Moor.

Fancy something a bit less energetic? Cornwall is home to some beautiful little towns which are absolutely stunning.

Bude was the number one sunniest places in the UK in 2013, making it an excellent choice for your Staycation. The area has a laid-back charm that has not been spoiled by brash development and is traditional in a cherished way. Although you will find some high street names, it really is the absence of these that make our town look that bit different and special, and you will find buildings from the 16th and 17th Centuries, whilst others have a georgian, Edwardian or Victorian Character.

Port Isaac is a small quaint fishing village on the North Coast of Cornwall. The village has ensured its fame by the TV series Doc Martin, using its rich landscapes for filming, as well as their fictitious name, Portwenn. There is the option to go on the Doc Martin Tour, which will give you an insight into all the filming locations of the TV series. The tour is led by a local who is able to share many anecdotes about the filming of the show. You are also able to have your photo taken outside the TV home of Doc Martin on Roscarrock Hill.

The picturesque village of Boscastle lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). There are opportunities for boat trips from the harbor along the coast to Long Island, or the possibility to go off shore to enjoy a few hours of fishing. The coastal waters are home to seals throughout the year, and during breeding season guillemots and puffins.

Why not ask us where our favourite places in Cornwall are when you check in? Whether you have the kids or not, we will be able to suggest some fantastic places in Cornwall to explore.

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Explore Cornwall

There’s so much going on in Cornwall.

Cornwall is perfect for those looking to explore outside of the farm’s boundaries.

No matter what the reason is for your stay, there’s always something for everyone in Cornwall. For the more outdoors-y types, hire a bike and complete the Camel Trail, take part in a surf lesson at Bude, or go for a hike around Bodmin Moor.

Fancy something a bit less energetic? Cornwall is home to some beautiful little towns which are absolutely stunning.

Bude was the number one sunniest places in the UK in 2013, making it an excellent choice for your Staycation. The area has a laid-back charm that has not been spoiled by brash development and is traditional in a cherished way. Although you will find some high street names, it really is the absence of these that make our town look that bit different and special, and you will find buildings from the 16th and 17th Centuries, whilst others have a georgian, Edwardian or Victorian Character.

Port Isaac is a small quaint fishing village on the North Coast of Cornwall. The village has ensured its fame by the TV series Doc Martin, using its rich landscapes for filming, as well as their fictitious name, Portwenn. There is the option to go on the Doc Martin Tour, which will give you an insight into all the filming locations of the TV series. The tour is led by a local who is able to share many anecdotes about the filming of the show. You are also able to have your photo taken outside the TV home of Doc Martin on Roscarrock Hill.

The picturesque village of Boscastle lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). There are opportunities for boat trips from the harbor along the coast to Long Island, or the possibility to go off shore to enjoy a few hours of fishing. The coastal waters are home to seals throughout the year, and during breeding season guillemots and puffins.

Why not ask us where our favourite places in Cornwall are when you check in? Whether you have the kids or not, we will be able to suggest some fantastic places in Cornwall to explore.

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Family Days Out

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