Gardens - Cornwall is known for its sub tropical climate and stunning National Trust and private gardens, including Glendurgan, Trebah, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Caerhays, and of course, the Eden Project - see more details on gardens to visit on our gardens page.
Iconic Visitor Attractions, such as St Michael's Mount, St Mawes Castle, Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, are within easy reach of your holiday home on The Roseland and well worth a visit. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth has many family friendly events throughout the season.
Walking - with miles of stunning coastline, Cornwall is the county to visit to explore the coast path, giving you access to spectacular scenery, dramatic cliff walks and hidden coves and beaches.
Discover Cornwall's Mining Heritage - as you can imagine, the mining heritage in Cornwall is diverse and rich in history. There are many engine houses in spectacular locations to explore, together with visits to the old mines themselves, including Geevor and Poldark mines.