Your self-catering holiday cottage at Tremaine Green is the ideal base for a truly memorable cottage holiday in Cornwall. These are just some that we've enjoyed with our family or have had repeatedly recommended to us. More detailed information can be found in the leaflets available in your cottage, or at the Green's Information Point. And don't forget to visit: the Cornwall Guide to Quality Attractions and the Best of SE Cornwall Events Guide on-line.
101 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Cornwall
The world famous quintessential Cornish fishing village.
A bustling local tidal fishing port and centre of offshore shark fishing in the UK, with its own sandy beach and a wide range of hostelries offering fare from real handmade Cornish Pasties to gourmet seafood.
Quaint deep-water fishing port and renowned yachting centre, by car ferry at Bodinnick or passenger ferry from Polruan.
Historic Naval City of Armada and Mayflower fame, with theatre, National Aquarium and fine shopping.
With its high granite tors, wild beauty, streams and waterfalls.
SW Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is Britain's longest National Trail, from Minehead to Poole Cornwall we have National Trust Coast and the World Heritage Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape.
The area has many stunning properties and plenty of coastal and moorland sites of outstanding national beauty.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, a must for horticulturist and tourist alike, a truly amazing jewel of grandiose gardening and tropical planting rediscovered.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project, a world-beating project of gigantic geodesic conservatories showing the plant life of the world's different climates, with many rare and endangered plants. A must to see, breathtaking and only 12 miles away!
Discover local crafts and the many other attractions that SE Cornwall has to offer - including potteries, wildlife parks, museums and working farms etc.
Why not try out some of the following; Lux Park Leisure Centre- indoor fun with a pool and waterslide, Porfell Animal Land, Bodmin and Wenford Railway- murder mysteries, Floating Leaf Canoes, The Kart Centre or Flambards Theme Park. There are surfing beaches in SE Cornwall as well as the more famous ones at Newquay and the more windswept north coast.
Sandy beaches and secluded rugged coves can be found along the nearby coastline, and the North coast is easily accessible by car.
Activities in Cornwall. Make the most of your holiday in Cornwall, catering for families, singles, couples & groups and for beginners to experts.