Local Day Visits

Cornwall and the Roseland Peninsula are packed with horticultural, historical and cultural sights to explore. There are historic churches and castles, stately homes, pretty coastal villages and harbours, stunning coastal walks, and hundreds of beautiful beaches.

Cornwall also has world-famous gardens, many of which are close to the hotel. The Nare chauffeur is available to book for half or full day visits to any of the sights shown below. If you have any queries or would like George to create a bespoke itinerary for you please click one of the blue buttons below.

Cornish Gardens

Cornwall boasts a large number of world-famous gardens, many of which are within easy reach of the hotel. Concessionary tickets are available from the hotel and private guided tours with head gardeners can be arranged at certain gardens.

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Historic Churches

Cornwall has many beautiful and historic churches with the majority dating back to before the 14th century. Churches at Veryan, St Just in Roseland, St Mawes and St Anthony in Roseland are all within easy reach of the hotel.

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Castles and Forts

Cornwall has an array of famous historical sites including St Michael’s Mount, King Arthur’s castle at Tintagel, Restormel Castle, St Catherine’s Castle, St Mawes Castle, and Pendennis Castle.

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Art Galleries

Cornwall has a rich artistic heritage and is the reason the county boasts many wonderful art galleries. In addition to The Tate Modern West in St Ives, there are also many other less well known art galleries that make for a wonderful day out.

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Great Estates

There are many great estates in Cornwall and two National Trust estates near the hotel - Lanhydrock and Trelissick. Caerhays and Trewithen are private estates close by, both of which run tours from March to June.

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Harbours and Coastal Villages

There are several picturesque coastal villages on the Roseland. The nearest is St Mawes with its small harbour, sailing centre, restaurants, shops and castle. Further-a-field there is Looe, Mousehole, Padstow, and Charlestown, a working port.

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Minack Theatre

The Minack is an open-air theatre perched high on the cliffs above the sea. The theatre has an entertaining programme of drama, musicals, opera, comedy and story-telling. Watching a live performance here is a truly remarkable experience.

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The country house hotel by the sea