Places to visit in Cornwall
Treloy is a perfect base from which to explore Cornwall. Nowhere in the county is much more than an hour away by car.
The bus service that can be caught at our park entrance, also connects onwards to Plymouth, Truro and Falmouth, as well as numerous local villages and attractions, so you can visit a wide variety of places without having to drive.
And variety is the best way to describe what Cornwall has to offer. Apart from the stunning beaches and coastal paths, picturesque villages and hamlets, history and heritage, legend and folklore, the county’s mild climate is the magic responsible for some of the finest gardens and areas of natural beauty in the country.
Houses, gardens and estates, towns, villages and sites of historic interest allow a glimpse into times gone by and the mining, farming and maritime industries that made the county strong, while a host of modern theme parks, attractions, indoor and outdoor activities will keep minds and feet busy for your whole visit.
Cornwall now has several dedicated cycle trails, currently the most popular is the Camel Trail running from Bodmin to Padstow via Wadebridge. It is mostly flat and very scenic, with good picnic stops. The trail is on the course of an old railway line. A popular starting point is Wadebridge,12 miles from Treloy.
Also there is ‘the Cornish Way’ 200 miles of trails, for more information see www.cyclecornwall.com
Whatever you are looking for in a holiday, Cornwall’s colourful past and spirited present have something to offer.