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Eden Project:

(12 miles) world famous ecological biomes created by Tim Smit.

Camel trail:

(Within walking distance) runs for 16 miles from Poley's bridge to Padstow. Ideal for cycling and walking.

Camel Valley Vineyard:

(5 miles) A nationally acclaimed vineyard specialising in a variety of world class still and sparkling wines. You can visit, buy or arrange a wine tasting experience.

North Cornwall coast:

(12 miles) extensive coastline for walking or surfing. Stunning views. Favourite beaches include Polzeath, Constantine (with Travose head golf course) Trevone and Daymer Bay. Further down the coast you reach Watergate Bay and Newquay, renowned for international surfing and Jamie Oliver's '15 Cornwall' restaurant.

Bodmin Moor:

(2 miles) vast expanse of beautiful moorland ideal for walking, with nearby Jamaica Inn.

Padstow and Rock:

(12 miles) the fishing village of Padstow is renowned for good food and home to Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, his St Petroc's Bistro, cafe and fish and chip shop. Also well worth a visit is Paul Ainsworth's Restaurant at No 6. Rock is great for sailing and golf. Why not visit by boarding the ferry from Padstow? There are several good eateries including Nathan Outlaw's award winning restaurant at St Enedoc Hotel.