Explore Cornwall

Cornwall is a beautiful place to visit and explore with its wonderful coastline and fantastic beaches. Cornwall is a county of legends with the  Celts, Druids and King Arthur at Tintagel and there are modern attractions like the Tate Gallery and the National Maritime Museum for you to explore.

There are several amazing gardens to visit like the Lost Gardens of Heligan which is only one and a half miles away from Blue Waters and the world famous Eden Project which is just  seven miles from us.

Places further afield from us, but all within one hour are Padstow, St Ives, Tintagel, Looe and Polperro which are all worth a visit and very reachable. We have put down below a few of our favourites to give you a flavour of this wonderful county...

the eden project

Probably the most famous Garden in Cornwall just 20 minutes from us..

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Everybodys favourite, Padstow is an easy 50 minute drive...

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Take the Mevagissey Ferry to Fowey for a fantastic day out...

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St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery Tour is a must to see with a taste of their famous traditional beers..

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Caerhays Castle & Estate

Visit Caerhays Castle in the springtime to walk their beautiful gardens...

Caerhays Castle & Estate >>>


There is much more to Truro than shopping. The Catherdral is spectacular and well worth a visit...

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Heligan Gardens

Such a wonderful place to visit, and so close to us; just 8 minutes...

Helgan Gardens >>>


Picturesque historic harbour with many places for dinner or a coffee and cake...

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st ives

A bit further afield but what a place to visit! Go by train or car...

St Ives >>>


Learn all about the connections with King Arthur, the castle and great coastline walks...

Tintagel >>>


Visit Looe and Polperro together as they are neighbours! A great day out...

Looe >>>


Visit Polperro and Looe together as they are neighbours! A great day out...

Polperro >>>