Dogs Can Stay....Cornwall
Perfectly placed rural retreat for beach or countryside holidays the whole family can enjoy
St Day is a superb location, central and within easy reach of both of Cornwall's coastlines and beaches. Within walking distance of the town with dog-friendly pub , lovely country walks on the doorstep and within easy reach of many of Cornwall's very best tourist destinations .....
A short stroll from Stable View is the historic village of St Day.
This is a friendly well equipped village with two pubs, village store, local butcher and a Post Office.
You can also find a small workshop selling handmade wooden gifts.
The Star Inn
Dog-friendly pub with local ales and good food. 0.5 miles from Stable View
Gwennap Pit is an open air amphitheatre, near Redruth in Cornwall, made famous by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. Possibly a hollow created by mining activities, it has remarkable acoustic properties. It became the favourite open air preaching place of John Wesley, who was taken to it in 1762, describing it as "a round green hollow" and as "an amphitheatre". He was to preach there on 18 occasions between 1762 and 1789.
At low tide Perranporth beach and neighbouring Penhale sands join together to form one of the largest stretches of unbroken sand on the North Coast. At one end is Perranporth, the archetypal beach town with the high street backing on to the sand. Progressing towards Penhale Point an extensive network of sand dunes rise behind the beach. This is a Special Area of Conservation and also home to a buried church.
Falmouth has been shaped and influenced by its strong connection to the sea. A fascinating maritime heritage sits comfortably alongside the creative, building a name for itself as the South West’s cultural and festival destinations.Falmouth is also home to the famous Maritime Museum, well worth a visit.
St Ives, the most famous of Cornish holiday towns, loved for generations. It is easy to reach by road, air or train along one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Britain. Arrive to crystal blue waters, golden sands and a warm welcome. We nearly forgot the mild sub-tropical climate, warmed year round by the Gulf Stream!
Life here is cradled around the harbour where boats still land good catches of fish.
Lost Gardens of Heligan
Heligan offers over 200 acres for exploration. Discover our Victorian Productive Gardens, romantic Pleasure Grounds, lush sub-tropical Jungle, pioneering Wildlife Project & beyond...
Welcome to Truro, Cornwall’s only city. Discover our beautiful Georgian architecture, independent shops and bustling markets, places to eat, a wonderful cathedral and museum and galleries. Make Truro your base for exploring Poldark Country. Truro itself was mentioned often in the original Poldark novels and you can explore this connection further on our popular walking tours of the city.
Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, the Eden Project is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.
has got to be one of the UK’s best holiday destinations. Sand and surf are the primary reasons thousands of visitors flock here every year. But that’s not all Newquay has to offer.
There's more to see at Paradise Park than the fabulous collection of rare and endangered parrots. We also have owls, birds of prey, otters, penguins, and a farm full of animals.
A CORNISH PRESTIGE ATTRACTION
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is set in the picturesque Helford Estuary, by the beautiful village of Gweek, in Cornwall. The Sanctuary is a busy rescue centre, and also has resident Grey Seals, Common Seals, Patagonian & Californian Sea Lions, Penguins, Otters, Goats, Sheep and Ponies.
The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre.
Our SUMMER SEASON of theatre runs from May to September presenting drama, musicals and opera in this most dramatic of settings.
VISIT US BY DAY and explore this world famous open-air theatre created from a cliffside at Porthcurno by Rowena Cade.