Out and About

buy Pregabalin 75 mg Sitting above the charming waterside village of Golant, and only 3 miles from the historic fishing port of Fowey, our cottages are perfectly located to explore this most delightful piece of the Cornish coast and countryside.

syntactically You won’t need to travel far to sample fresh, locally produced food, as we enjoy a good choice of fine riverside restaurants, quirky tea rooms and traditional watering holes.

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Beaches, Gardens and More

Pilar de la Horadada Enjoy endless days on sheltered, sandy beaches and countless opportunities for superb walks along the coastal path. Whatever your preference, sea sports, waterside bars, touring the river or relaxing on a private cove, the beach is always close by.

Cornwall is home to a wealth of gardens; there are so many to choose from and none too far to explore. The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project are both within a very short drive from the farm. If golf is your thing, Lanhydrock Golf and Country Club is only 10 minutes away, while the greens at Porthpean and Carlyon Bay benefit from magnificent views across St Austell Bay. For family adventures choose from steam trains and shipwrecks complete with pirates; wild monkeys, snowy owls and seals; tin mines, caverns, castles and historic houses – these are all within easy reach, and surrounded by fabulous countryside.

Click here for accessible days out. You can locate countryside walks, nature reserves, parks and information on specific beaches that are accessible to wheelchair users, mobility scooters, pushchairs and buggies, or simply easier options for visitors who prefer a gentle stroll.

With so many great walks, easy access to the coast path and dog friendly beaches, there’s no reason to leave your pets at home.

The Eden Project

We are lucky to boast of our proximity to Cornwall’s major tourist attraction. This fantastic feat of engineering occupies a huge pit resulting from the commercial extraction of china clay, and the scale of the vast biomes, like giant soap bubbles, is amazing. Since its creation, Eden has grown and matured, so if you’ve been before, it’s well worth another look. Check the website for events, as the Eden Team is keen to play host to a variety of bands, storytellers and children’s entertainers.

What’s On at Eden

Other ideas for you to try on your holiday in Cornwall

Accessible things to do in Cornwall

Click here to visit a website dedicated to providing accessible things to do in cornwall. You can locate countryside walks, nature reserves, and parks etc, in Cornwall, that are accessible to wheelchair users, mobility scooters, pushchairs and buggies. The walks and sites listed will generally be easy going for the able bodied who just want a gentle stroll as well as accessible to the disabled.