We are lucky enough to be situated in the most stunning part of North Cornwall.
If you’ve never visited North Cornwall before or perhaps you’re just looking for some inspiration, we’ve put together a few suggestions for the perfect day out.
Each North Cornish town or village has its very own unique charm which draws visitors back year after year. There is plenty to keep visitors busy, with lots of stops to pick up a souvenir from Cornwall along the way.
A trip to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without visiting one of the sandy beaches right on our doorstep. Here at The Olde House, we are just a 10 minute drive from some of the UK’s most popular beaches. Take a look below at some of the ones that are closest to us.
Following the Camel Estuary, The Camel Trail is a 17 mile long path which meanders through some of the most beautiful sites in North Cornwall. It begins in Padstow and continues right through to the foot of Bodmin Moor, taking in Wadebridge along the way. Now a disused rail line, the trail is completely flat, […]
Cornwall is renowned for its ever-growing food scene and with so much to choose from, the county has become a hub of delicious food and drink. We’ve picked out a selection of nearby restaurants to tantalise your tastebuds.
As well as its stunning countryside, Cornwall is home to many beautiful public gardens. From the tropical biomes of The Eden Project to the gardens of grand manor houses, there are plenty of colourful gardens to explore all year round.
Whatever the weather, visitors to Cornwall will never be short of things to do. Aquariums, adventure parks, castles and manor houses; the county is home to an abundance of attractions for families of all ages. There are lots of popular attractions within a short drive from The Olde House, we’ve selected a few in case […]