Our unique position near the water gives our guests access to a whole range of activities. Take a kayak, and explore the hidden creeks and beaches of the Roseland Peninsula at your own pace. Why not spend the day aboard a classic sailing yacht, with lunch and a Cornish cream tea? If you want something more exhilarating, then jump aboard a RIB and take a whizz around the estuary.
A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Roseland Peninsula is the jewel in Cornwall’s crown. There are many ways to explore, but the gentle rolling countryside and hidden villages are a walker’s dream, with many coastal and inland walks, offering fabulous routes all year round. Take a packed lunch and enjoy a full day out, or if time is short, explore the local area and be back for lunch on the terrace.
The mild climate of Cornwall means our gardens are home to some of the most exciting, rare and beautiful plants and trees in the British Isles. From the famous Eden Project, to the lesser-known Lamorran gardens, and the mysterious Lost Gardens of Heligan, a trip to Cornwall would not be complete without immersing yourself in the natural beauty of our stunning gardens and parks.
If you can tear yourself away from our award-winning restaurant, you will find a multitude of dining options catering for every palate. From fresh seafood straight from the ocean, served watching the stunning sunsets, to a wine tasting at one of Cornwall’s many vineyards. Home to an abundance of fresh seasonal produce and a progressive food scene, with sustainability at its core, Cornwall is a real foodie hot spot.