Chapel Green Cottage


Things to do near Chapel Green Cottage

Polgooth Inn

0.5 miles away

This 16th century building was once a pay house serving miners with beer and sandwiches, now it's a friendly and welcoming pub serving the finest food and drink.

Wholesome food, a friendly atmosphere and a great pint guaranteed at the Polgooth Inn, a traditional Cornish pub in a stunning rural setting. We offer a choice of quality cask ales, fine wines and spirits; not to mention an extensive menu using the finest locally sourced food. On top of all that we’re incredibly pet friendly so be sure to bring your dog along. Whether it’s just a swift pint, a quick bite to eat or a grand celebration, we’re happy to accommodate.

St Austell Brewery

2.0 miles away

Historic brewery that now runs over 170 pubs. St Austell is best known for the award winning cask ales Tribute, Proper Job, Smugglers and Dartmoor Best.

Founded in 1851 by Walter Hicks, the St Austell Brewery now runs over 170 pubs in the south west. We produce a range of draught beers including the extremely popular and award winning Tribute 4.2%. It’s no good just telling you about our great beer however, come and experience it yourself with a brewery tour. Running from Monday to Saturday, the price of admission includes free samples and two half pints of beer or a soft drink. Adults, students and children are welcome. CAMRA members get a special discount.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

2.6 miles away

These mysterious & enchanting gardens span over 200 acres, which are open to the public! A great family day out. Guided tours provided.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan are sure to entice you with their enchanting beauty and history. The gardens and estate span 200 acres and have been in the Tremayne family for over 400 years. At the Lost Gardens of Heligan we pride ourselves on working with nature to respect, protect and enhance the gardens and their inhabitants. The gardens are known as one of the most mysterious estates in England with its wide range of both flora and fauna. Here guests can study and observe common and rare species alike, from our pineapple production in the Northern Gardens to the bats and bat boxes in the Lost Valley, winter proves a great time for spotting the local Kingfishers.

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Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre

2.9 miles away

With some of the largest private collections in Europe, our centre has artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks. Some pieces date back as far as 1715. Indoor and outdoor exhibits.

At the Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre we’re proud to have amassed the largest collection of shipwreck artefacts and treasures in the UK. We have private collections on display that are some of the largest in Europe including diving equipment used for treasure hunting and naval purposes, some of our pieces date back as far as 1715. We also have a selection of outdoor exhibits including the RNLB Amelia and a 1920s German diving suit most famously used in the search for HMS M1, a WWI sunken submarine. Children under ten get free admittance with a paying adult.

The Crown Inn

3.0 miles away

16th century pub with many original features located in St Ewe. Offers a range of real ales and meals freshly cooked using fresh local produce. Function room available.

Located in the picturesque village of St Ewe, The Crown Inn dates back to the 16th century and specialises in St Austell cask ales including Tribute, Proper Job and Dartmoor. Inside are two log fires during the winter and outside in summer, enjoy a drink in the large beer garden. We also serve some delicious food to keep you going. Our lunchtime menu has snacks and lighter bites while in the evening we served homemade pies, a range of other pub favourites and plenty of specials. Pet friendly. Function room available for weddings, birthday parties and family gatherings.

Wheal Martyn

3.3 miles away

Steeped in history, we remain the UK's only china clay museum and we're pet friendly too. Spend a day learning how Cornwall's largest mining facility changed the world.

Welcome to Wheal Martyn, the UK’s only china clay museum. We’re also pet friendly and providing they’re on a lead you’re welcome to walk round and explore with your dog. Come and experience how a modern china clay pit works and how it has changed over time. There’s also an expansive country park to explore. It’s made up of 26 acres of woodland walks, natural trails, Victorian clay works, a children’s play area and Cornwall’s largest waterwheel.

Eden Project

4.3 miles away

Dramatic global garden house in St Austell. Large visitor attraction 2009, as voted by Cornwall Tourist Board. Set in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.

The Eden Project is an unforgettable experience in a breathtaking location and our educational work is about creating a positive future in a world that is guaranteed to go through radical change. We try to ensure everyone who visits Eden leaves knowing something more about their connection to the world, its beauty and its wonder. Our world famous architecture and art draws inspiration from nature and visitors can enjoy a range of simple pleasures from a variety of different tasty foods to rediscovering what puts the great into the great outdoors.

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The Barley Sheaf

5.2 miles away

Recently restored and reopened, this welcoming bar and restaurant in Goran is a great to come and enjoy great food, drink and atmosphere. Fine wine and real ale served.

Originally built in 1837 by local William Kendall, the inviting Barley Sheaf has recently been restored reopened for everyone to enjoy. Serving our locals and occasional visitors is our priority and we’re happy to serve fantastic food and delectable drinks. Our lively bar is where you’ll come for a drink and a chat while our spacious restaurant area is a great place for a sit down meal. We also have an elegant function room which we call the ‘Kendal Chambers’, it’s fully equipped with sound system and projector unit for all your audio visual needs. Come through a party or perhaps host something more intimate.

Screech Owl Sanctuary

6.8 miles away

Fun for the whole family, come and learn about our work with sick and injured owls. Get hands on with our supervised flying experiences and take a guided tour of our aviaries.

At the Screech Owl Sanctuary we’re committed and passionate about providing care and rehabilitation for sick and injured owls in Cornwall. As part of our work, we constantly provide education and raise awareness. Visitors to our centre can get up close with our hands-on experiences and guided tours. There’s plenty more to see and do including falconry displays, meerkats, emus and a children’s play area. We also help organise children’s parties with an owl flying display included.

Viners Bar & Restaurant

8.0 miles away

Bar & restaurant in Carvynick, Summercourt. Spacious & comfortable restaurant with extensive a la carte menu that reflects the freshest seasonal local produce.

Set in the beautiful mid Cornwall countryside the Viners Bar & Restaurant makes an excellent choice for those looking for a memorable dining experience. Head chef, Kevin Viner is nationally recognised for his honest approach to great cuisine. Using wonderful seasonal ingredients, fabulous seafood, quality meat and fish you'll find menus full of flavour. From casual to fine dining, Viners is the perfect place to enjoy a special meal, low key family supper, party celebration or business function.

The Russell Inn

8.2 miles away

Excellent pub in Polruan, Cornwall serving locally sourced food & Cornish real ales. Welcoming atmosphere, family & dog friendly, outside seating. Wi-Fi access

If you're looking for a traditional Cornish pub serving delicious home cooked food, award winning real ales and providing excellent hospitality then look no further than the Russell Inn in Polruan. This charming pub dates back to the early 19th century and provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with families and dogs more than welcome. Our excellent menu is available all day every day and has something for everyone, including vegetarian and children's options, and we keep a well stocked bar with local ales and an extensive wine list.

The Plume of Feathers

8.6 miles away

Welcoming pub & restaurant serving a fusion of classic British with modern European dishes using local, fresh produce. Log fires, beams & B&B Accommodation.

The Plume of Feathers offers fine food, drink and accommodation in Mitchell, close to Newquay. Enjoying an excellent reputation for pub dining, the Plume of Feathers serves an extensive menu with daily specials to suit all tastes. Using frsh, seasonal ingredients, the chefs prepare a range of delicious dishes served by friendly, attentive staff. Whether you are just calling for a drink, staying for a meal or enjoying a B&B break, The Plume of Feathers makes an excellent chocie.

Dairyland Farm World

9.4 miles away

All-weather attraction in Newquay. Awarded 'The National Farm Attraction of the Year' by Cornwall Tourist Board. Indoor and outdoor adventure playgrounds.

Britain's leading Farm Attraction Dairyland Farm World is an all weather visitor attraction providing entertainment and fun for all ages. A whole range of activities make this a superb attraction for all the family. Get up close and pet some of the interesting and friendly animals or maybe enjoy a pony ride at this superb working farm. A family day out or a birthday party, at any time of year, there's a full programme of events taking place daily and the farm offers a memorable day out for all ages.

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Restormel Castle

9.6 miles away

Historic 13th century castle near Lostwithiel & Bodmin in East Cornwall. Well preserved with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Great for groups & families.

Restormel Castle is an imposing 13th century castle located near Bodmin and Lostwithiel in East Cornwall. The remarkably preserved circular-shell keep of this historic property stands on the mound of an earlier Norman mound beside the River Fowey, and is a popular tourist destination due to its good condition and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Lanhydrock House and Garden

9.9 miles away

Striking house and garden encircled by a garden of rare shrubs and trees, in Bodmin. Stunning 17th century gatehouse and long gallery, adventure playground.

Lanhydrock House is a stunning 17th Century country house with magnificent gardens surrounding the property, boasting a fabulous collection of magnolias, camellias and rhododendrons that are brilliantly colourful throughout the year. This historic estate has been owned for generations by the Robartes family and has survived tragic circumstances, including a great fire in 1881 that destroyed both the south and west wings, but left the beautiful long gallery still standing. Guests are now welcome to roam the gallery and view their large selection of books.

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Lappa Valley Steam Railway

10.7 miles away

Superb steam railway and outdoor attraction in Newquay. Two-mile steam train journey. Leisure park, paddle boats, canoes, crazy golf, maze, walks and gift shop

The Lappa Valley Steam Railway is one of Cornwall's popular tourist attractions and makes a great day out for all the family. In the historic setting of the Lappa Valley you'll find three miniature railways running through an oasis of conservation, boating lake, maze, play areas and crazy golf. Wildlife thrives here and the whole family can relax and have fun together with a whole range of exciting activities in a wonderful and fun environment.

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Camel Valley Vineyard

10.9 miles away

Award-winning vineyard in Bodmin. Guided tours through state-of-the-art winery and vineyards given to visitors. Disabled access to all areas. On site parking.

The impressive Camel Valley Winery has been producing award winning, world class wines in a stunning corner of Cornwall for 20 years. The vineyard enjoys an idyllic setting on sun drenched slopes near the Camel River. We have respect for traditional vineyard practices and combine these with a modern approach to wine making, resulting in our award winning range of wines. All our wines are available by mail order, either via our online ordering system or by phone 01208 77959.

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Bodmin & Wenford Railway

10.9 miles away

Heritage railway in Bodmin, Cornwall. Operates mainly steam trains. Special events held throughout the year. First-class dining coaches available for hire.

Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway - Cornwall's only full size railway still operated by steam locomotives. The railway offers a truly unique way of discovering the beauty of Cornwall, while enjoying the undeniable character and romance of steam locomotion. Come and discover Cornwall’s railway heritage at its very best – a great “attracktion” for all the family!

Treasure Trails

11.0 miles away

Solve a 'whoodunit' by following the directions, finding the answers to clues and eliminating suspects. A great fun way to explore the city and see the sights of Truro

The once thriving port of Truro, now the 'capital' of Cornwall is the setting for this Murder Mystery hunt. Clue seekers will be taken on a fascinating journey to explore the tranquil cathedral cloisters, the picturesque Victoria Gardens, the river front and Lemon Quay and the charming Georgian Terrace.

The Camel Trail

11.0 miles away

Wonderful 18 mile walk in Bodmin, Cornwall. Along the scenic Camel Estuary and Camel Valley, suitable for pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders.

Often viewed as one of the most popular routes in the whole country, the Camel Trail is ideal cyclists, walkers, runners, horse riders, dog walkers and wheelchair users. This 18 mile route follows the old railway and connects Padstow, Poley’s Bridge, Wadesbridge and Bodmin. It’s traffic free and provides a great day out whether you want to tackle it all in one go or in smaller stages. Along the way are views of moorland, woodland and the estuary. Bike hire is available and car parks can be found close to the main entrances of the trail.