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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in Cornwall

Cornwall has some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in UK, and is home to the Eden Project. Places to Visit in Cornwall The Horn of Plenty and Hotel Endsleigh are listed below.
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in Tavistock
The Horn of Plenty has been renouned as one of Devon's finest restaurants for over 50 years. Expect local produce, stunning views and excellent staff.
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This 19th century shooting and fishing lodge has been sensitively converted by designer Olga Polizzi. The beautiful wood panelled dining room with its views over the grounds is a decidedly chintz free zone and sets an elegant, restrained stage for chef Chris Dyke's Mediterranean-influenced cooking. Starters range from a very classic red mullet soup, with crouton and saffron rouille to a more adventerous creation of pan-fried John Dory, pear puree, pickled vegetables and trompette noir mushroo...
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This fantastic family day out is perfect in any weather and opens throughout winter (check for exact days & times). There's something for everyone: rollercoasters, huge death slides and laser shooting to bird of prey displays, dodgems and sci-fi memorabilia. All rides and shows included in one entry fee - and in the holidays you'll love the special events too!
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The Victorian walled kitchen garden at Clovelly Court Gardens has been carefully restored, with its organically-grown produce offered for sale.
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This fascinating, historic fishing village is a unique destination, once owned by the Queen of England.
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An intimate Elizabethan manor and a Cornish gem, Trerice remains little changed by the advances in building fashions over the centuries.
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An intimate Elizabethan manor and a Cornish gem, Trerice remains little changed by the advances in building fashions over the centuries.
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The family friendly Beachcomber Restaurant is based at Sands Resort Hotel & Spa on the Cornish North Coast. Some of the tables enjoy stunning sea views.
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Discover a sumptuous array of ELEMIS spa treatments or taste the delights of the Marrakesch inspired Moroccan lounge and heat experience.
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Luxury dining by the sea has never tasted so good… Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar is the only rosette awarded restaurant in Newquay town and offers some of the best, fresh, Cornish produce, which is carefully crafted by innovative chefs to create some of the finest dishes in the county. Silks Bistro and Champagne Bar offers a luxurious setting for a first date or a relaxing venue for lunch or high tea with a friend. Complete your dining experience with a refreshing walk in the surrounding ac...
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Just off the iconic Fistral Beach, Dune Restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Newquay and offers incredible views of Cornwall with world class surf right outside. The menu changes regularly along with the wine list to ensure that guests are getting the very best in local fruit, seafood and vegetables.
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The Fistral Spa, in Cornwall, is an oasis of cool and calm with a laid back beach vibe. Fistral Spa in Newquay boasts nine serene treatment rooms, a Vitality Suite and a relaxation room.
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Profound at the core of The Headland Hotel lies the passageway to a different universe. A universe of equalisation, spoiling, and prosperity, where the attention is on you. Granted the first initial 'five-bubble' award in the district, The Headland Spa is one of the most respected yet undiscovered spas in Cornwall.
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The award-winning Clearing Spa lies nestled in 43-acres of open grounds, where woodland walks and a tranquil pace of life promise to reinvigorate your senses. Clearing is certainly the watchword here: feel liberated in the wide open spaces, gently lit treatment rooms and free yourself of everyday stresses thanks to first class expertise. At the heart of the establishment is a stunning, warm infinity pool with panoramic views & glass doors opening onto a pretty garden. Make your way around ...
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Set yourself up for the day with an enriching Brasserie breakfast, served 7am - 10am (Mon - Fri) and 8am - 10.30am (Sat -Sun). Choose from a wide range of options ranging from locally smoked haddock, to porridge with Cornish clotted cream; adding that all important Cornish touch. The Bar Menu is served all day from 12-9pm (Mon - Fri) and 12.30pm - 9.30pm (Sat - Sun), and we even have a dedicated children's menu for the little ones. Tuck in to delicious local food in a friendly, warm and w...
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Find Inspiration at Trelissick Garden The tranquil Trelissick Garden originally planted in 1937, contains a superb collection of tender and exotic plants. Beautifully positioned at the head of the Fal estuary, the estate commands panoramic views over the sea and has extensive park and woodland walks beside the river. At its heart is the 20 acre garden, set on many levels, with fine open lawns, a superb collection of tender and exotic plants, providing year-round colour - rhododendrons...
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The Merlin Golf & Country Club is situated on the North Cornish Coast with wonderful views towards the sea. This hilltop, heathland course is designed to suit all standards of golfer, with no long carries for the higher handicapper whilst maintaining a challenge for the lower handicap golfer. There is a new patio overlooking the 18th green, accompanied with a friendly and comfortable Club House serving fine ales and good food.
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The Quarterdeck Restaurant is located at The Nare Hotel, making the most of its stunning coastal location with glorious panoramic sea views on three sides. Executive Head Chef Richard James's simple culinary philosophy is to produce the best English cuisine from the freshest ingredients available, preferably from local suppliers. Shellfish is a speciality, with lobster from neighbouring Portloe on the menu every day and might be served as a starter with fennel, spinach and lemon dressing or p...
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A creation of ten spectacular gardens from around the world, home to Cornwall's largest private plant collections. Pinetum Gardens are as much a delight for gardeners as a wonderful retreat for walkers, and a place for families to explore and have fun with nature. CATA quality assured garden attraction. Trip Advisor certificated excellence.
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Carlyon Bay Golf Course is located along a dramatic clifftop overlooking St. Austell Bay, and it is connected to the Carlyon Bay Hotel. It is an 18 hole championship course that is maintained in peak condition throughout the year.
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Located on the stunning St. Austell Bay, The Carlyon Bay Hotel spa is the perfect spot for total relaxation. Offering indulgent pampering and a range of expert therapies, each treatment is tailored to the individual, to enhance well-being and tranquility.
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Discover Wonderland at Antony The fabulous 18th century Pentewan stone mansion and parkland that is Antony in Torpoint, Cornwall, may be familiar to anyone who has seen Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland – the move was set in this dramatic destination. Take a stroll along the Yew Walk for gorgeous country views, get lost in the intricate maze and go sit and ponder the landscape from the glorious dovecote. The grounds border the Lynher estuary and are landscaped by Repton. They offer up a...
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Discover Wonderland at Antony If you've ever seen Tim Burton's movie Alice In Wonderland, the enigmatically named Antony will seem rather familiar – it provided the setting whilst Johnny Depp's off the wall Mad Hatter's Tea Party was all filmed in the grounds. This early 18th century mansion on the east Cornwall peninsula at Torpoint has a frontage adorned with silver-grey Pentewan stone and is flanked by grand colonnaded wings of mellow brick and is a treat to the eye, as are the wond...
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Make your way past the old-fashioned Cadbury's Cocoa and Colman's Mustard advertising boards, lunch at Bodmin Station Buffet with a Cornish Pasty and a cuppa and then board a steam train. This is the Bodmin and Wenford Railway which revisits the old 1950's Cornish branch lines and allows you to soak up the gorgeous scenery along the way. Purchase a Freedom of the line ticket and journey as you please, enjoy the scenery, go for a walk in Cardinham Woods, visit Lanhydrock Country House or walk ...
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The award-winning 2 AA Rosette Brasserie on the Bay overlooks sub-tropical gardens and Falmouth Bay. A relaxed setting showcasing the best in Cornish ingredients. From catch of the day to exotic global cuisine St Michaels Resort's head chef creates dishes that are fresh, of the highest quality and low in food miles.
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The Cotehele Estate consists of Cotehele House (a Tudor Manor house with formal gardens), Cotehele Mill (with a working water wheel), Cotehele Quay (where Shamrock, a Tamar sailing barge built in 1899, is moored) and 1,300 acres of woodland and fields.
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The Cotehele Estate is made up of Cotehele House, Cotehele Quay and Cotehele Quay. The house is a Tudor manor house, with charming gardens. The Mill's water wheel is still in operation, and the Quay is home to the Shamrock, a Tamar sailing barge, which dates to 1899). There are also 1300 acres of grounds and woodland.
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Explore the Exotic, peaceful tranquillity of Glendurgan Garden Glendurgan is a valley garden of great beauty created in the 1820s and developed over many years by the Fox family. Running down to the tiny village of Durgan and its beach with fine views of the Helford River, it is predominantly a spring-time sub-tropical garden and has many fine trees and rare and exotic plants, with outstanding spring displays of magnolias and camellias. In their season glorious displays of wild flow...
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Explore An ancient and atmospheric estate at Godophin, Devon Godolphin House, a privately owned Tudor and Stuart Grade I mansion was begun in the 14th century, with additions made in later centuries - by the end of the 17th century there were over 100 rooms. The Godolphin family wealth came from the tin industry, which was hit by recession in the 19th century. The dining room has exquisite linen-fold panelling and 16th century carved beams. Fine examples of furniture and tapestry ar...
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Explore beautiful Victorian Gardens at Lanhydrock Lanhydrock garden overlooks the valley of the River Fowey. Set on a hillside facing north-east above the house and park with bold, formal, Victorian lawns, lines of topiary yews, roses, herbaceous borders and vibrant bedding, and is flanked by woodland which acts as a very important shelter belt. Although the garden has its roots in the Victorian age, its collection is young with almost all the plants dating from the last 50 years, alt...
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Lanhydrock House is a late 19th century country house, with formal gardens. It's set in 1,000 acres of parkland. There are plenty of places to explore within the parkland, and a cycle hub where visitors can try out the cycle trails. There is a shop, plant centre and children's play area, as well as cafes and a restaurant.
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Clear your head, relax your body. From palm to sole. The Linen rooms is an award winning day spa. All great turn-of-the-century houses had a private corner reserved for the preparation and preservation of fine linens, which were coveted and revered as a symbol of nature, light and purity. The beautifully designed Linen Rooms at Merchants Manor are the ultimate pampering space. Blending centuries-old rejuvenation techniques and natural elixirs with the latest thinking on how to best tre...
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The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a place to enrich your understanding of the sea, and Cornwall. Through exhibitions programme they aspire to bring new and diverse perspectives to maritime issues, and highlight their relevance to the present day. They also bring rare objects from around the world to Cornwall to tell local, national and international stories.
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The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a place to enrich your understanding of the sea, and Cornwall. Through exhibitions programme they aspire to bring new and diverse perspectives to maritime issues, and highlight their relevance to the present day. They also bring rare objects from around the world to Cornwall to tell local, national and international stories.
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The Natural Health Spa is part of the 65 acre Budock Vean estate by the Helford River in Cornwall. Massage and holistic therapy.
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Padstow's Curious Detective Mystery Trail takes you on a real-life adventure, past medieval inns, through the ancient churchyard of St Petrocs and towards the h
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Open all year to non-residents and guests. You can pay and play at our spectacular 18 hole par 3 golf course, voted as one of the most scenic in the country. A round costs just £15 and a loyalty card is available to reduce the cost to £10 per round. Club hire and trolley hire is also available, so you can leave your clubs at home and save on valuable holiday boot space. There are no tee times and the greens are cut daily to maintain a pristine playing environment.
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From foraged greens to Falmouth Bay lobster and full-flavoured Dexter beef, our Rastella restaurant menus are rooted in the finest local ingredients. Whether it's afternoon tea or an evening of fine dining, pull up a chair, tuck in and enjoy.
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Reached by a tidal causeway, or by boat at high tide, the island of St. Michael's Mount is topped by a castle, still lived in by Lord and Lady St Levan. As well as the castle, there is also a cliffside garden, and the village for visitors to explore.
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Featuring an expert range of hydrothermal facilities, relaxation areas, and luxurious treatment rooms, all within St Michaels Spa. A range of bespoke treatments curated by a team of expert therapists featuring hydrothermal experiences that work in synergy to create the ultimate sanctuary from which to immerse yourself in restorative bliss.
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If you can't get into TV chef Rick Stein's famous Seafood restaurant, then walk a few yards up from the harbour to his buzzy bistro. Simply laid bare topped tab
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This restaurant and pub with rooms on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall is under the same ownership as the acclaimed Felin Fach Griffin in Wales.
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At the Royal Duchy Hotel, they have a fabulous range of dining experiences to tempt you. The famous Pendennis Restaurant brings you superb fine dining and is regarded as one of the most outstanding restaurants in the area.
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The Royal Duchy hotels newly opened beauty salon offers an extensive range of treatments and endless leisure facilities for that well deserved break. Facilities include an indoor heated pool, sauna, sun-shower, snooker and table tennis. Treatments include firming Body Wraps, luxurious Massages, Make-up Tuition and soothing Facials. Situated in a prime seafront location with dramatic views across the bay, the hotel offers the perfect base in which to explore. Just a short stroll away from the ...
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Two AA rosette award-winning restaurant that brings relaxed, fine-dining to all visitors. Enjoy panoramic views across Falmouth whilst you dine.
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Immerse yourself in Arthurian Legend at Tintagel Castle Discover the rich history, myths and legends that surrounds Tintagel, a castle inexplicitly linked to King Authur. The 13th century castle ruins that sits at the top of the hundred or so steps that lead up the cliff-face is a sight to behold, especially when you consider its site's connections with Arthur (he is said to have been conceived here) and Merlin (legend says his cave was on the beach below – access is free here). Up ...
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Trebah Garden is a 25 acre sub-tropical ravine garden, falling 200 feet from the 18th century house to a private beach on the Helford River. A stream cascades over waterfalls through ponds full of Koi Carp, and exotic water plants wind through 2-acres of blue and white hydrangeas that spill out over the beach. Huge Australian tree ferns and palms mingle with shrubs of ever changing colours and scent beneath over-arching canopy of 100-year-old rhododendrons and magnolias. A giant plantation of...
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The Brasserie is perfectly situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean so sit back, relax and sample the delights of the wonderful and ever changing views whilst enjoying Executive Chef, Ross Cook's delicious menu that showcases the finest local and seasonal ingredients that cater for all tastes, dietary requirements and price ranges.
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The suite of beauty rooms and nail bar sets the perfect tone for relaxation, and combined with Tregenna's pools, sauna, steam room and hot tub it presents a great atmosphere to unwind. The facilities at Tregenna can be freely enjoyed by guests and members of the public* - small charge applies. Take advantage of these facilities and unwind with a friend or loved one and enjoy a multitude of different treatments ranging from hot stone massage to pedicure and manicures.
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West Cornwall Golf Club is a unique links course situated just outside St Ives and overlooks the Bay and Godrevy Lighthouse. With sea views on almost every hole
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