Local Attractions

Hayle Estury

Hayel estuary is the most southerly in the UK and is an excellent place to see a wide variety of migrant wading birds.

It's a great place for a walk, with many push chair friendly paths.

Paradise Park

Paradise Park, the base of the World Parrot Trust, houses a large collection of rare and exotic birds. The Park is set around a Victorian walled garden, and features tropical plants which thrive in Cornwall’s mild climate.

The park also has a small children’s play area called the Jungle Barn, and a farm style ‘Petting Zoo’.

Paradise Park

The Eden Project

The Eden Project is a collection of biodomes set in the heart of Cornwall, overlooking the magnificent St. Austell Bay.

The domes, which are located in a disuesd china clay pit, house the worlds largest indoor rainforest and a wide variety of rare and exotic plants. It's a great day out for the whole family.

Eden Project

St. Ives

St. Ives is the Jewel in West Cornwalls crown. The golden sandy beaches, warm waters and fantastic view offer one of the best places to holiday in the UK.

The town has something for the whole family, from surf lessons to hidden antique shops that await discovery around every corner.

Lands End

Land's end is the most westerly point of Great Britain, and the starting point for the Land's end to John O' Groats.

Besides the fantastic landscape, the is a visitor centre, hotel and petting zoo.

Lands End

Geevor Tin Mine

Geevor tin mine was one of the last working Tin mines in the Uk before closing in 1990.

Today the mine operates as an award winning visitor attraction, allowing guest to get a sense of what life was like for a miner.

Geevor Tin Mine