The Eden Project
Formerly a working china clay pit, the famed Eden Project has been given a new lease of life since its inception: settled within a huge crater, it now hosts the largest rainforest in captivity, and you can explore a living library of some of the rarest plant life in the world with treetop walkways.
With annual exhibitions, summer concerts, and year-round family events, you’ll never get tired of visiting this transformational experience.
Padstow is a charmingly quaint fishing port surrounded by glorious sandy beaches, located just 40 minutes away by car. Eating ice-cream and watching the everyday ebb and flow of harbor life is a perfect way to spend a day: if you have something a little more active in mind, try a white-knuckle speedboat ride along the rugged coast or take a trawl on a fisherman’s boat!
Known as one of Cornwall’s great foodie destinations, finish off your day with a trip to Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant or one of the many other local eateries—you’re spoilt for choice.
One of the most famous landmarks in the UK, Land’s End boasts truly breathtaking views and historical landmarks. Follow in the footsteps of times gone past and stroll along family-friendly pathways above wind-carved cliffs, enjoy the company of local coastal wildlife before savouring a quintessential Cornish cream tea or pasty at one of the many dining areas.
This unforgettable corner of the country now also hosts interactive fun for all the family, including a journey into the world of the famed King Arthur and a state-of-the-art 4D film experience: perfect for learning about the unique history of the westernmost point of Cornwall.
Local Eats & Treats
Rest your weary feet after a day of exploration—you don’t have to travel far for delicious dining.
Gull Rocks Beach has some fantastic family-friendly pubs and restaurants within a stone’s throw, including The Treguth Inn and St Pirans Inn with their beautiful traditionally thatched roofs. Offering a welcoming reception, home-cooked food and snacks, along with a selection of locally brewed ales and ciders, you’ll find a firm favourite you’ll come back to again and again.
The Famous Woody's
Sunset views and quality dining is what Woody’s is made of!
Part of Trevornick Holiday Park, Woody’s is the place to be when the sun goes down—with a relaxed, laid-back vibe, stunning sunset scenes and a mouth-watering menu, you’re sure to settle in for the evening.
Spoilt for choice with the variety of home cooked meals available, including exciting daily specials of starters, mains and sweet treats, you’re guaranteed to leave supremely satisfied.