Places to Visit

Tregony is a charming village set in the midst of rolling countryside, within the Roseland Peninsula, close to the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan and the fishing village of Mevagissey. Thanks to Tregony's central location it is only a short drive to other notable locations such as St Ives, Padstow, Newquay and nearby St Mawes. Tregony has a Post Office, General Stores, hairdressers, antique shop, art gallery and there are a couple of family/dog friendly Pubs locally that provide good food and ale.

Summer in Cornwall is alive with things to do for everybody, cycling from Wadebridge to Padstow along the Camel Trail, a specially converted, disused railway track (a flat ride with beautiful scenery) then when you get there buy some of Rick Stein's fish and chips, sit on the harbours edge and eat them, you can even take baby or young children as there are special bicycle conversions for them too.

Take the kids to the adventure parks, Flambards and Camel Creek Adventure Park are just two, or go underground at Poldark Mine. Golf courses (I know lots and even have a spare set of clubs so all you have to bring is your shoes!!), some with scenery to take your mind off your game if you're having a bad round, there's walking the coastal path and of course this being the Roseland, lots of breathtaking scenery. Trout fishing, (tuition available), Mackerel and sea fishing trips available locally. 

When you have worn the kids out there's always the guided tour of St Austell Brewery, theres a bar and shop to buy 'take home produce' talking of which the local farm shop Humphreys is but 1/2 a mile away and Lobbs farm shop a short drive both selling fresh locally grown meats and vegetables. 

Nearby Truro has a beautiful Cathedral, set amongst historic buildings full of character, lots of high street shops aswell as small indvidual retailers tucked away in intimate locations off the cobbled streets, all ready for you to explore and discover. In the evening Truro is a cosmopolitan mix of restaurants, pubs and small bars that cater for all ages and tastes. 

A couple of things you may need to book before you come are Rick Stein's and Jamie Oliver's restaurants, or if you fancy an afternoon or evening performance at the famous Minack Theatre, a truly stunning location, the stuff holiday memories are made of.

After a busy day enjoying all that this wonderful county has to share with you, you know you will be coming home to exclusive Moo Barn, a haven of relaxation where you can totally unwind in your own garden, you can barbecue, eat and drink some of the goodies found during the day's explorations, 

When you arrive we will do our very best to provide you with as much information as you want, there is just too much to fit on this page !!  

  

 

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