Distance: 26 miles
An extremely beautiful and peaceful village and harbor Boscastle is a lovely place to visit and welcomes any visitor, local gift shops & bakery as well as restaurants and pubs.


Distance: 34 miles
Bude is a place of beauty which has many sandy beaches and a canal which runs along the sea front and is nice and relaxing to walk along. A haven for surfers there is plenty to do and see here.


Distance: 50 Miles
Falmouth is a town with a great history, with two castles which were built in Henry 8th Tudor times. On the West side is Pendennis Castle and on the East side is St Mawes Castle, both Castles are well preserved & are well worth a visit. Also of interest is the National Maritime Museum opened in 2002. Or why not take a Pleasure Boat Trip, there are several available.


Distance: 22 Miles
Popular with tourists Fowey has much to offer, with its many narrow streets and walkways to explore where you’ll find various shops & restuarants. If fishing is for you then why not hire a dinghy or motor boat for the day? (in season). Visit the Du Maurier Literary Centre & round off the day with a proper home made Cornish Pasty.


Distance: 55 Miles
Helston is an old tin mining town with local shops, pubs, restaurants, a sports club, and boating lake. Nearby is the Flambards Theme Park which is a great day out for the family in itself. Other places of interest include the Goonhilly – the largest satellite earth station in the world, which has a guided tour.

Lands End

Distance: 71 Miles
Although a long way from Rosecraddoc, this the most westerly point of England has many coves and coastline to explore with truely awesome views. There is also The Minack open air Theatre near by. Many attractions include Fireworks displays, sweet factory, Multi- Sensory show, a farm where you can meet animals and visit craft workshops & more.


Distance: 66.5 Miles
A long way from the manor The Lizard is great for inspiring scenary. Why not Visit Lizard village where unusual ornimental souvenirs can be found made from the unique local stone. There is many species of wildlife here, especially birds. A lighthouse has been present on Lizard point since 1751.


Distance: 29 Miles
A large fishing village, Mevagissey offers a scenic harbour, craftshops, art galleries,  pubs & restaurants. There is also the  World of Model Railways Exhibition which offers over 2000 models on a track layout with 50 running trains. Other attractions include an aquarium and folk museum. If you are here during june there are one or two events such as the Feast week  & Air Sea Rescue demo.


Distance: 34 Miles
Newquay has so much to offer any visitor, attractions include: Newquay Waterworld, Newquay Zoo, Blue Reef Aquarium, Trenance Gardens, museum, Surfing, Fishing, clubs, pubs, discos and restaraunts, cafes or tearooms.  Golf , Pitch and Putt and more.


Distance: 36 Miles
A busy picturesque fishing port, Padstow is a lovely place for a visit. Many places to eat and drink including the Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant.


Distance: 62 Miles
Penzance , the home of smugglers and pirates. Plenty to see and do here including: St Michael’s Mount, a fortified offshore castle accessed via a granite causeway at low tide, The National Lighthouse Museum, The Museum of Submarine Telegraphy, Zennor Wayside Museum, Trengwainton Gardens. All this plus the Penzance harbour, shops & restaurants to explore.


Distance: 39 Miles
Perranporth offers plenty to see and do including, Golf, Gliding,  boating lake, tennis, pitch and putt, outdoor bowling, Fishing, Bird watching and Horse riding. There’s also a local museum. Also of course is the local beach and plenty of beautiful places to explore on foot.


Distance: 22.5 Miles
Rosecraddocs nearest major city, Plymouth boasts many shops, Museums, Art Galleries, Theatres, A National Marine Aquarium, The Plymouth Dome Visitors Centre. Pubs, Clubs and Restaraunts. Watersports, Country Pursuits, ice skating, bowling, shooting and Golf. The list is endless


Distance: 45 Miles
Redruth is a richly historic town with many reminants left over from it’s mineing past. The view is dominated by Carn Brea and Carn Marth, igneous rock formations. On Carn Brea there is one of the oldest & biggest Neolithic settlements in Cornwall, a 46-acre hillfort.

St. Austell

Distance: 23 Miles
Historically St.Austell was a valuable resource for China Clay and porcelain. The 15th century Holy Trinity Church is well worth a visit as well as St. Austell Brewery Visitor Centre. If you’ve an interest in horticulture the Caerhays Castle or Pine Lodge Gardens are worth a look.

St. Ives

Distance: 60 Miles
Still a busy and beautiful fishing harbour, with miles of narrow cobbled streets. St.Ives has very long clean beaches with surfing, boating, fishing etc. Why not visit the Tate St. Ives, part of the Tate Gallery in London or the Barbara Hepworth Museum. There are also many restaurants, bars and cafes.


Distance: 28 Miles
Renowned for its association with Arthurian legend, Tintagel is well worth a visit. Take a scenic walk and visit the ruins of Tintagel Castle, merlins cave or St Nectan’s Kieve.


Distance: 40 Miles
Truro is a busy and picturesque city. A main feature on which is the magnificent Victorian Cathedral that dominates the skyline. Other places of historic interest include the Coinage Hall which houses Tea Rooms and an Antique Centre, The Royal Cornwall Museum, City Hall and Passmore Edwards Library.

Yarg Cheese Farm

Distance: 46 Miles
The Yarg Cheese Farm – Lynher Dairies, Truro. Cornish Yarg Cheese is quickly becoming a national favourite. There are guided tours of the dairy run thoughout the day where visitors can experience all aspects of cheese making. There’s a tea room and farm shop to explore as well as walks though the orchard and woodland.