Out & About
Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Malpas, Cornwall to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!
Messing About on the River Sit back and relax and spend a daytripper on the water visiting the beautiful gardens of Trelissick , enjoying a cream tea at The Smugglers in Tolverne, visiting the picture-perfect St Mawes, or heading to Falmouth for a Steins fish n’chip dinner. Alternatively, Trysail offer a skippered yacht charter on a daily basis, which will allow you ample opportunity to explore some of the most stunning hidden creeks that Cornwall has to offer, perfect for a romantic celebratory treat.
Walking Don your walking boots and head out for a riverside walk, there’s so much to explore on your doorstep.There are many walks from the Creekside Boat House, from level meanderings to picture-perfect picnic patches to day hikes for the intrepid explorer. There are so many beautifully unspoilt hideaways that you’ll discover if you simply take a sense of adventure.
On the Water The private Loe Beach in Feock is a beautifully tranquil setting perfect for trying out some on-the-water adventures, including stand-up paddle boarding and rowing boats. It’s also a great spot for fishing – particularly at dawn and dusk. When you’ve worked up an appetite there’s a café at the beach to provide you with much needed sustenance.
Buckets and Spades If it’s a day with sand between your toes that you’re looking for, you really don’t have to travel far. The King Harry Ferry (one of only five chain ferries in England) from Feock to St Mawes runs daily, where you’re spoilt for choice with a whole host of stunning sandy beaches. Flushing Beach is a beautifully tranquil spot (just 15-minutes away) and the starting point for a lovely coastal walk around Trefusis Point, ending with an al fresco bite to eat at Mylor. Falmouth has a number of great beaches – as well as the Maritime Museum, Steins and Pendennis Castle.
Tea for Two Visit Tregothnan Estate – Englands first tea plantation - for a private garden visit of the largest historic garden in Cornwall. From the Private Botanic Garden to the stunning plant collections and of course the tea garden, with the head gardener as guide and a delicious cream tea in the summer house, an exclusive and unique experience.
Head to Truro There's lots to see, from the cathedral, to many art galleries and restaurants.
Nearest Beach 11.3 miles to Perranporth,12.4 miles to St Agnes.
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