Truro Cornwall


  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Higher Rosevine Holiday CottagesHigher Rosevine Holiday Cottages

      Portscatho
      On the coast of the Roseland peninsula in a tranquil spot, Higher Rosevine Farm has two lovely 4 star holiday barns, each with 2 bedrooms. Just a 5 minute walk to sandy Porthcurnick beach and the coast path. Near the harbour village of Portscatho, 3 miles to St Mawes. Perfectly located for a relaxed beach break, walking holiday, garden visits and everything else Cornwall has to offer. Each cottage sleeps 4.

    • Little Orchard Holiday VillageLittle Orchard Holiday Village

      St Agnes
      This family-run holiday village near St Agnes has been created in a lovely wooded valley very close to Trevaunance Cove with its sheltered sandy beaches. Various types of self catering chalets have been situated amongst picturesque terraced gardens to give a quiet, peaceful holiday. 15 minutes walk away from St Agnes with its fine old church and quaint cottages and streets. Our holiday chalets sleep from 2 to 7.

    • Pencarrick on the Pill Creek, Fal EstuaryPencarrick, Holidays at Pill Creek and the Fal Estuary

      Availability and Booking CalendarFeock
      Overlooking Pill Creek, Pencarrick is a stunning architect-designed modern house in the pretty village of Feock, just 4 miles from Truro, and Loe Beach on the Fal Estuary is just 5 minutes’ stroll away. Spacious and airy accommodation with large garden and 4 bedrooms. Parking for 4 or 5 cars. Sleeps up to 8 + 2.

    • Tregundy FarmhouseTregundy Farmhouse, Stunning Sea Views

      24:7Booking Availability Calendar - Book by TelephonePerranporth
      A typical detached Cornish farmhouse, with 7 bedrooms and private parking for 5 cars. Tregundy Farmhouse stands on the cliff at Perranporth enjoying sea views of 3 miles of sandy beach and is only 2 minutes from the beach, shops and pubs. Central heating included in price and beds ready-made, open log fire, 42″ TV, 32″ TV and broadband. Pets welcome. Ideal for small or large families and groups. Sleeps up to 15.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Trevarth Holiday ParkTrevarth Holiday Park

      Blackwater
      In the beautiful rolling Cornish countryside between St Agnes and Truro, this small family-run caravan and camping park is just inland from the scenic beauty of the north Cornish coast with its superb sandy beaches. At Trevarth Holiday Park, our holiday caravans are set amongst beautifully kept, peaceful and mature gardens, and our two touring and camping fields are level and well maintained.

    • Beacon Cottage Farm Touring ParkBeacon Cottage Farm Touring Park

      St Agnes
      Situated on St Agnes Beacon with fabulous views down the coast to St Ives, this camping and touring park is part of a traditional Cornish family farm just a few hundred metres from the sea at Chapel Porth cove. The coastal footpath passes our door and affords access to some of the finest cliff and coastal scenery in Cornwall. 70 camping pitches set out in six small landscaped paddocks. Electric hookups available.

    • Roseville Holiday ParkRoseville Holiday Park near Perranporth

      Goonhavern
      A family-run country holiday park recommended for couples and families with young children. Set in a quiet location in 8 acres sheltered by Cornish hedges and offering level and gently sloping well-drained meadowland, it is ideal for caravans, motorhomes and campers wishing to get away from it all. Static caravans are also available to hire. Enjoys views across to St Agnes Head.

    • Silverbow ParkSilverbow Park, Family Holidays in Cornwall

      Goonhavern
      Catering for the more discerning caravan and camping tourer and also providing luxuriously equipped Leisure Homes, this family park sits in beautiful landscaped grounds with immaculate facilities and peace and quiet. All-weather tennis courts, swimming pool, paddling pool. Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for preserved meadowland and hedgerows. Just 2.5 miles to Perranporth Beach and close to Newquay’s beaches.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • St Michaels HotelSt Michaels Hotel and Spa in Falmouth

      Falmouth
      On the beautiful Cornish coast in Falmouth, our stylish hotel has stunning sea views across sub-tropical gardens and the award-winning Gyllyngvase beach to the glittering ocean beyond. A contemporary oasis in which to relax unwind and indulge. Large heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, sun deck, well equipped fitness suite and the very best spa treatments available.

    • Come To Good FarmCome To Good Farm B&B

      Carnon Downs and Devoran
      A farmhouse bed and breakfast tucked away in a beautiful valley between Truro and Falmouth. We have a large double en-suite bedroom, or a detached family suite which includes a small living area and sleeps 4. A hearty breakfast made with local produce and our own eggs is served in our farmhouse kitchen. The quiet hamlet of Come-to-Good is a peaceful haven and yet is convenient for just about everywhere in Cornwall.

    • Higher Tresithick BarnHigher Tresithick Barn B&B

      Carnon Downs and Devoran
      Enjoy quality bed and breakfast and a warm welcome at Higher Tresithick Barn. This B&B is just 2 miles from Loe Beach or the National Trust’s Trelissick Gardens, in beautiful countryside near Carnon Downs, Truro and Falmouth, with views over the Fal estuary. We offer 1 double bedroom, with a bathroom and dining/lounging area. The room is twin aspect with views out to the main garden and fields.

    Hotels

    • Penmere Manor HotelPenmere Manor Hotel

      Falmouth
      Set in 5 acres of sub-tropical gardens and woodland near the South Cornwall coast and 1 mile from Falmouth, Penmere Manor Hotel has a very special style of its own. This hotel has 37 ensuite rooms, indoor heated swimming pool, a sauna, hot tub and a well-equipped small gymnasium. When the weather permits from April to October, there is also a heated outdoor pool set in an ancient walled garden.

    • St Michaels HotelSt Michaels Hotel and Spa in Falmouth

      Falmouth
      On the beautiful Cornish coast in Falmouth, our stylish hotel has stunning sea views across sub-tropical gardens and the award-winning Gyllyngvase beach to the glittering ocean beyond. A contemporary oasis in which to relax unwind and indulge. Large heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, sun deck, well equipped fitness suite and the very best spa treatments available.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    • Mylor Yacht Cruising SchoolMylor Yacht Cruising School, Falmouth Bay

      Come and learn to sail, improve your sailing or powerboating skills in the fantastic and beautiful waters of the south Cornish Coast near Falmouth. Choose either an RYA Course or we can tailor-make sessions to your personal requirements, including own boat tuition. Mylor Yacht Cruising is based in the award-winning Mylor Yacht Harbour.

    • Mylor Sailing SchoolMylor Sailing School

      Dinghy, Keelboat Sailing, Traditional Sailing, Powerboat Courses, Young Sailor’s Courses, Day Cruises, Corporate & Group Activities. With our range of beginner, intermediate and advanced RYA (Royal Yachting Association) sailing and powerboat courses and tuition here in Cornwall, combined with our ideal location on the safe waters of the Fal Estuary, you will find Mylor Sailing School a great experience.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Cornwall GoldCornwall Gold

      Redruth
      An all-weather attraction with stunning retail and jewellery shops – enjoy the fun come rain or shine. One of Cornwall’s ‘FREE Admission’ family holiday attractions: whether you’re local or a tourist, the park hosts an array of great activities and fun things to do for all ages. There are beautiful floral displays which lace the twists of Tolgus Stream that runs through the centre of the park.

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Killiow Golf CourseKilliow Golf Course

      Truro
      Set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards. The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amonst the mature trees, the natural water features and the indigenous wildlife, which includes buzzards, swallows, woodpeckers, jays, dragonflies and of course rabbits.

    • Truro Golf ClubTruro Golf Club

      Truro
      Truro Golf Club, with its mature course set in a superb landscape was founded in 1937. In gently undulating and easy walking countryside and populated by mature trees, the course provides both a challenging test for low handicap players and enjoyable golf for all. A combination of attractively set fairways leading to some surprising slopes and borrows on slick summer greens makes for a course to delight members and visitors alike.

  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Higher Rosevine Holiday CottagesHigher Rosevine Holiday Cottages

      Portscatho
      On the coast of the Roseland peninsula in a tranquil spot, Higher Rosevine Farm has two lovely 4 star holiday barns, each with 2 bedrooms. Just a 5 minute walk to sandy Porthcurnick beach and the coast path. Near the harbour village of Portscatho, 3 miles to St Mawes. Perfectly located for a relaxed beach break, walking holiday, garden visits and everything else Cornwall has to offer. Each cottage sleeps 4.

    • Little Orchard Holiday VillageLittle Orchard Holiday Village

      St Agnes
      This family-run holiday village near St Agnes has been created in a lovely wooded valley very close to Trevaunance Cove with its sheltered sandy beaches. Various types of self catering chalets have been situated amongst picturesque terraced gardens to give a quiet, peaceful holiday. 15 minutes walk away from St Agnes with its fine old church and quaint cottages and streets. Our holiday chalets sleep from 2 to 7.

    • Pencarrick on the Pill Creek, Fal EstuaryPencarrick, Holidays at Pill Creek and the Fal Estuary

      Availability and Booking CalendarFeock
      Overlooking Pill Creek, Pencarrick is a stunning architect-designed modern house in the pretty village of Feock, just 4 miles from Truro, and Loe Beach on the Fal Estuary is just 5 minutes’ stroll away. Spacious and airy accommodation with large garden and 4 bedrooms. Parking for 4 or 5 cars. Sleeps up to 8 + 2.

    • Tregundy FarmhouseTregundy Farmhouse, Stunning Sea Views

      24:7Booking Availability Calendar - Book by TelephonePerranporth
      A typical detached Cornish farmhouse, with 7 bedrooms and private parking for 5 cars. Tregundy Farmhouse stands on the cliff at Perranporth enjoying sea views of 3 miles of sandy beach and is only 2 minutes from the beach, shops and pubs. Central heating included in price and beds ready-made, open log fire, 42″ TV, 32″ TV and broadband. Pets welcome. Ideal for small or large families and groups. Sleeps up to 15.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Beacon Cottage Farm Touring ParkBeacon Cottage Farm Touring Park

      St Agnes
      Situated on St Agnes Beacon with fabulous views down the coast to St Ives, this camping and touring park is part of a traditional Cornish family farm just a few hundred metres from the sea at Chapel Porth cove. The coastal footpath passes our door and affords access to some of the finest cliff and coastal scenery in Cornwall. 70 camping pitches set out in six small landscaped paddocks. Electric hookups available.

    • Roseville Holiday ParkRoseville Holiday Park near Perranporth

      Goonhavern
      A family-run country holiday park recommended for couples and families with young children. Set in a quiet location in 8 acres sheltered by Cornish hedges and offering level and gently sloping well-drained meadowland, it is ideal for caravans, motorhomes and campers wishing to get away from it all. Static caravans are also available to hire. Enjoys views across to St Agnes Head.

    • Silverbow ParkSilverbow Park, Family Holidays in Cornwall

      Goonhavern
      Catering for the more discerning caravan and camping tourer and also providing luxuriously equipped Leisure Homes, this family park sits in beautiful landscaped grounds with immaculate facilities and peace and quiet. All-weather tennis courts, swimming pool, paddling pool. Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for preserved meadowland and hedgerows. Just 2.5 miles to Perranporth Beach and close to Newquay’s beaches.

    • Trevarth Holiday ParkTrevarth Holiday Park

      Blackwater
      In the beautiful rolling Cornish countryside between St Agnes and Truro, this small family-run caravan and camping park is just inland from the scenic beauty of the north Cornish coast with its superb sandy beaches. At Trevarth Holiday Park, our holiday caravans are set amongst beautifully kept, peaceful and mature gardens, and our two touring and camping fields are level and well maintained.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Come To Good FarmCome To Good Farm B&B

      Carnon Downs and Devoran
      A farmhouse bed and breakfast tucked away in a beautiful valley between Truro and Falmouth. We have a large double en-suite bedroom, or a detached family suite which includes a small living area and sleeps 4. A hearty breakfast made with local produce and our own eggs is served in our farmhouse kitchen. The quiet hamlet of Come-to-Good is a peaceful haven and yet is convenient for just about everywhere in Cornwall.

    • Higher Tresithick BarnHigher Tresithick Barn B&B

      Carnon Downs and Devoran
      Enjoy quality bed and breakfast and a warm welcome at Higher Tresithick Barn. This B&B is just 2 miles from Loe Beach or the National Trust’s Trelissick Gardens, in beautiful countryside near Carnon Downs, Truro and Falmouth, with views over the Fal estuary. We offer 1 double bedroom, with a bathroom and dining/lounging area. The room is twin aspect with views out to the main garden and fields.

    • St Michaels HotelSt Michaels Hotel and Spa in Falmouth

      Falmouth
      On the beautiful Cornish coast in Falmouth, our stylish hotel has stunning sea views across sub-tropical gardens and the award-winning Gyllyngvase beach to the glittering ocean beyond. A contemporary oasis in which to relax unwind and indulge. Large heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, sun deck, well equipped fitness suite and the very best spa treatments available.

    Hotels

    • Penmere Manor HotelPenmere Manor Hotel

      Falmouth
      Set in 5 acres of sub-tropical gardens and woodland near the South Cornwall coast and 1 mile from Falmouth, Penmere Manor Hotel has a very special style of its own. This hotel has 37 ensuite rooms, indoor heated swimming pool, a sauna, hot tub and a well-equipped small gymnasium. When the weather permits from April to October, there is also a heated outdoor pool set in an ancient walled garden.

    • St Michaels HotelSt Michaels Hotel and Spa in Falmouth

      Falmouth
      On the beautiful Cornish coast in Falmouth, our stylish hotel has stunning sea views across sub-tropical gardens and the award-winning Gyllyngvase beach to the glittering ocean beyond. A contemporary oasis in which to relax unwind and indulge. Large heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, sun deck, well equipped fitness suite and the very best spa treatments available.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Mylor Sailing SchoolMylor Sailing School

      Dinghy, Keelboat Sailing, Traditional Sailing, Powerboat Courses, Young Sailor’s Courses, Day Cruises, Corporate & Group Activities. With our range of beginner, intermediate and advanced RYA (Royal Yachting Association) sailing and powerboat courses and tuition here in Cornwall, combined with our ideal location on the safe waters of the Fal Estuary, you will find Mylor Sailing School a great experience.

    • Mylor Yacht Cruising SchoolMylor Yacht Cruising School, Falmouth Bay

      Come and learn to sail, improve your sailing or powerboating skills in the fantastic and beautiful waters of the south Cornish Coast near Falmouth. Choose either an RYA Course or we can tailor-make sessions to your personal requirements, including own boat tuition. Mylor Yacht Cruising is based in the award-winning Mylor Yacht Harbour.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Cornwall GoldCornwall Gold

      Redruth
      An all-weather attraction with stunning retail and jewellery shops – enjoy the fun come rain or shine. One of Cornwall’s ‘FREE Admission’ family holiday attractions: whether you’re local or a tourist, the park hosts an array of great activities and fun things to do for all ages. There are beautiful floral displays which lace the twists of Tolgus Stream that runs through the centre of the park.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Killiow Golf CourseKilliow Golf Course

      Truro
      Set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards. The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amonst the mature trees, the natural water features and the indigenous wildlife, which includes buzzards, swallows, woodpeckers, jays, dragonflies and of course rabbits.

    • Truro Golf ClubTruro Golf Club

      Truro
      Truro Golf Club, with its mature course set in a superb landscape was founded in 1937. In gently undulating and easy walking countryside and populated by mature trees, the course provides both a challenging test for low handicap players and enjoyable golf for all. A combination of attractively set fairways leading to some surprising slopes and borrows on slick summer greens makes for a course to delight members and visitors alike.