Take a stroll around our orchards and lakes or meander down through the woods to Penhallam Manor. The South West Coast Path is only a few miles away, or spend a day on Bodmin Moor or Dartmoor. There is stunning scenery around every corner. We also have a few guided walks around the farm to take in the most spectacular views and wildlife.
Hele Barton is just 4 miles from the long, sandy beach of Widemouth Bay- fantastic for surfing and body-boarding, there are plenty of parking and facilities and some great cafes if you want to grab a coffee or an ice cream. The Southern part, Black Rock, is dog-friendly all year round so everyone can enjoy a day at the beach! Crackington Haven, Crooklets, Summerleaze and Northcott are a short drive.
North Cornwall is famous for its quaint fishing villages, steeped in myths and history. Take a stroll around Boscastle, relive the Legend of King Arthur at Tintagel or spot your favourite Doc Martin Locations at Port Isaac.
Food and Drink
Bude is full of bustling cafes and restaurants, plus there are several excellent pubs along the coast if you like a view with your pint. North Cornwall also has several excellent breweries and Gin distilleries. Most establishments are very dog friendly, so none of the family needs to be left out.
Cornwall has something for the whole family. For kids, Trethorne leisure Park and Hidden Valley offer great days out locally, or you can go a bit further afield to Flambards, the Milky Way, the Big Sheep or Newquay Zoo. The Eden Project with it’s impressive biomes is a must-see. There are some fantastic National Trust properties with gardens- Lanhydrock, Cotehele and Buckland Abbey are all perfect for a day out. If gardens are your thing, RHS Rosemoor is just over the border in Devon, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are stunning.