Things to Do

Eating Out
Although there are numerous restaurants and inns within easy reach, serving a wide range of cuisine to suit all tastes and pockets, our local award winning restaurant comes highly recommended. Trehellas House less than a mile away serves a delicious selection of superb, locally produced food and holds an AA Rosette award. The nearby town of Wadebridge (3 miles) has many good restaurants including Thai, Indian and Italian. Padstow (15 miles) is of course famous for Rick Stein’s seafood restaurant and Paul Ainsworth's Number 6 but also has many other fine places to eat.

Places to Visit
Situated in North Cornwall approximately halfway between the fishing port of Padstow and the world famous Eden Project, South Tregleath Farm is the ideal base for a break in Cornwall. The privately owned gardens and house of the Pencarrow estate are open to the public. The Camel Trail is a must for cycling enthusiasts, walkers and pony trekkers alike and highly recommended is a visit to the award winning Camel Valley Vineyard. All these activities are within one mile from the farm. Lanhydrock house and gardens is a National Trust property, just 5 miles away.

A little further afield are many beautiful beaches and coves including Rock, Polzeath (famous for surfing) and the quaint fishing village of Port Isaac - home to Doc Marten and The Fishermen's Friends (BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners 2011) - all within 30 minutes drive. For an easy day trip a visit to the newly opened National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth, Lands End and the Tate St Ives are highly recommended. There are many beautiful walks on the Coastal Paths around Cornwall and of course Bodmin Moor is just 10 minutes away.

We are pleased to offer our guests course fishing in our own lake - free of charge to those staying 3 nights or more. Please enquire…