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Things To Do Nearby

Gardens in Cornwall

Garden lovers can visit the Lost Gardens of HeliganPencarrow House and GardensTrebahLanhydrock House, or one of the many others nearby and throughout Cornwall.

Cyclists and mountain bikers

For mountain bikers there are the off road trails in Cardinham Woods and Lanhydrock designed for mountain bikers. At Cardinham there is the 12km Blue route and two red sections which loop off the blue. Lanhydrock has a green route plus 4 short blues. Find out more here>.

For a more gentle ride, cyclists can pedal the 17 miles of car free Camel Trail to Padstow, this is flat and perfect for families.

Walkers

Can follow the coastal path, circular routes, the Copper Trail or the Saints Way or stroll in Cardinham Woods or the stunning Bodmin Moor right on our doorstep. Why not visit one of the many National Trust properties in Cornwall, including some spectacular coastline such as Bedruthan Steps.

Beaches and fishing villages

The beautiful sandy beaches and fishing villages of the south coast such as Looe, Polperro and Par Sands are all within an easy drive of Mount Pleasant, as is the more rugged coastline of the northern coast. There you can visit Tintagel, reputed to be the birthplace of King Arthur, or the surfing beaches of Newquay and Polzeath. St. Ives and Land’s End are both within a days outing.

Eden Project

A short drive from Mount Pleasant is the amazing Eden Project, home to the world’s largest greenhouses. Currently there are two conservatories, one a majestic rainforest cathedral; The Humid Tropics Biome, the other host to the fruits, plants and flowers of the Mediterranean type regions; The Warm Temperate Biome. They form a majestic backdrop to the outdoor landscape; interlocking terraces telling the story of plants that have changed the world, started wars, halted epidemics, inspired artists, clothed, fed and sheltered us and which might be crucial to our future.