What to see & do

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Boturnell Barns are set in the beautiful Cornish countryside, allowing easy access to all parts of the county and Devon. There are many place of great interest, beautiful beaches and breathtaking moorland together with picturesque ancient fishing harbours all within a short distance. These are just a few of the facilities available. More information is available in each cottage.

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  101 family and wildlife friendly ideas
 

Ultimate Cornwall Visitors Guide

The Ultimate Cornwall Visitor Guide


Pet Care South West

Riding:

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RIDING STABLES IN CORNWALL
Lower Tokenbury Equestrian Centre, Caradon Town, Liskeard (also riding on Bodmin Moor) (01579) 362747
Pensilva Livery, Brook Barn, Farm, Pensilva, Liskeard (01579) 363617
T M International School of Horsemanship, Sunrising Riding Centre, Henwood, Liskeard (01579) 362895
St Veep Riding Stables, Little Hadley, St Veep, Lostwithiel (01208) 873521
Snowland Riding Centre, Snowland, Lanescot, Par (01726) 814846
Boskell Riding Centre, Boskell Farm, Trethowel, Trenance Downs, St Austell (01726) 73049
Lanjeth Riding School, The Green, Lanjeth, St Austell (01726) 74633
Barguse Riding Centre, The Grange, Lockengate, St Austell (01208) 831817
Elm Park Equestrian Centre, Elm Park, North Beer, Boyton, Launceston (01566) 785353
St Leonards Equitation Centre, Okehampton Road, St Leonards, Polson, Launceston (01566) 775543
Dog Friendly Restaurants

Dog friendly restaurant Truro

If you're in Truro today and looking for somewhere beautiful and friendly with amazing food, look no further than the Seafood Cafe in Castle St Truro.

Call 01872278884 or book online at

www.falmouthbayseafoodcafe.com

Seafood Cafe Truro TR13AF

Walks http://www.southwestcoastpath.com/
  Treasure Trails Cornwall
  If you are looking for a fun way to explore, a Treasure Trail is a fantastic thing to do in Cornwall to help you see the sights. There are 61 Trails which encompass the huge variety of Cornwall’s fascinating landscape, including......
   
  Walking In & Around Looe and Liskeard
   
  http://www.visitliskeard.co.uk/discover/liskeard-walks/
  The ancient market town of Liskeard is an excellent base for walkers, being situated midway between the coast and the moors, and it’s only the second town in Cornwall to gain Walkers are Welcome accreditation. Liskeard has a Heritage Trail and a printed map of local walks in and around the town maintained by the Town Council. Parts of these are wheelchair friendly and many are not particularly demanding.
   
Family Entertainment

KART & QUAD CENTRE
Menheniot Station, Liskeard Tel: 01579 347229
Quads & Karts. Easter to October daily. November to Easter weekends

Colliford Lake

www.swlakestrust.org.uk

Colliford Lake Park is the perfect venue whatever the weather!
Whether you're organising an educational workshop, a team building exercise, throwing a birthday party or wedding reception, Colliford Lake Park can accommodate all your needs.
Inside we can cater for parties of up to 200 people.
For larger groups we can erect a marquee in front of the café, overlooking the beautiful lake and parkland.
We frequently host live music events so we can accommodate your band with ease, and for the more adventurous, we can arrange waterskiing by the lake!
Please contact us with your individual requirement and find out just what we can do for you!

 

  Adrenalin Quarry
  If youre looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UKs biggest Zip Wire, largest Swing and fresh water Coasteering including the UKs only Blob.
   
   
  WINGZ BIRD & ANIMAL SANCTUARY
 

http://www.wingzbirdsanctuary.co.uk/

Finally offically open's it's doors on May 29th at 10am. We passed our Zoo inspection & are now ready for visitors. Wingz is also home to a family of Meerkats, wallabies,chipmunk's to name a few. We also do bird boarding for holidays etc, nail & beak trimming, plus have a small amount of bird seed for sale will soon be doing aviary panels to order, including occasionally selling budgies & cockatiels when avaliable.
Prices for visits are Adults £5.50, Child (3-16) £3.50,Senior/Disabled-with carer £4.50 each, locals get a 50p discount all yr round with proof of address (utility bill). We have a picnic area with garden games we hope you will come and enjoy the lovely setting wingz has to offer.
We Look Forward To Seeing You
See attached leaflet

Cornish Mining

Cornish Mining World Heritage Site

   
   
   
   
Fishing The waters off the South East Cornish Coast and the inland lakes and ponds are excellent for fishing. Whether you enjoy coarse fishing, game fishing, crabbing, shark fishing, beach fishing, fishing from the rocks or fishing from a boat, there is something for you near to Looe or off the coast of Looe. Wrasse, conger, flatfish, rays, pollack, mackerel, whiting, dabs and bass are some of the fish that can be found off the Cornish coast. Wander along the quayside to find your perfect trip. Equipment is usually provided but it would be wise to check first.

Ask for information at Looe Chandlery

Bake Lakes have 15 acres of water offering fishing for all and natural history in abundance. They have a Kingfisher in residence and rare dragonflies regularly recorded.

http://www.bakelakes.co.uk/

   
Sailing

Siblyback Lake is actually a reservoir owned by South West Water but hosts facilities which are run by Waterfront Sports in Exmouth. They offer a range of sports including windsurfing and sailing. Siblyback is one of the best recreational reservoirs in Cornwall. Siblyback Lake

Beaches

On the North coast of Cornwall try the beautiful Mawgan Porth beach

   
The Eden Project www.edenproject.com Holiday cottage Cornwall close to the Eden Project. Hailed as 'Eighth Wonder of the World' the Eden Project has become the 'must see' attraction in Cornwall. The gigantic global garden, the size of thirty football pitches, is designed to tell the fascinating story of man's relationship with, and dependence upon, plants and is set in a breathtaking 35 acre crater
   
The Monkey Sanctuary Trust http://www.monkeysanctuary.org/
The Monkey Sanctuary is situated in beautiful woodlands overlooking Looe Bay. For nearly 40 years the Victorian House & Gardens have been home to a colony of woolly monkeys.
Watch a colony of Amazonian Woolly Monkeys in their extensive territory
   
   
Railways

Looe Valley Line
On the Looe Valley Line branch line one mile east of St Keyne village, working exhibits of many performing music machines including fair organs, player pianos, a Polyphon music box and a great Wurlitzer pipe organ,

For More Railway info check out Great Scenic Railways

Bodmin Steam Railway www.bodminrailway.co.uk



   
Porfell Fam Animal Land

www.porfell.co.uk

 


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Place of Historic Interest: Lanhydrock House, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lanhydrock

Antony House, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/antony


Carnglaze Caverns www.carnglaze.com


Port Eliot, dogs welcome & Wednesday's are of the lead days http://www.porteliot.co.uk/


Jamaica Inn. www.jamaicainn.co.uk


The Donkey Sanctuary www.donkeypark.com


And for other places to visit see www.secta.org.uk