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Local Attractions

The South West is brimming with exciting and educational day trips and activities.

From delicious restaurants and botanical gardens to theme parks and surf tuition, fill your next holiday with an action-packed itinerary of unique experiences.



Active-8 is a small charity seeking to empower young people with disabilities, improving their confidence and aspirations. From kayaking to paintballing, there are so many fun activities on offer.

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AK Wildlife Cruises

Experience wildlife at its best with a unique experience with AK Wildlife Cruises. Get to know the beautiful animals that await and engage with Cornwall’s idyllic marine environment.   

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Alexa Poppe Wedding & Event Photography

An award-winning reportage/documentary style photographer. Alexa is based in Cornwall, but she's also happy to cover Devon and the rest of the UK as well as destination weddings.

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Babbacombe Theatre

Situated on the English Riviera’s beautiful Babbacombe Downs in Torquay, this theatre is undoubtedly one of the most popular in the South West. 

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Bodmin Jail

Discover Bodmin Jail’s rich history with a tour of the grounds, including the remains of the execution pit. With a museum and restaurants, enjoy an educational and spooky family day out.

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Bridgwater Carnival

Bridgwater’s annual Guy Fawkes Carnival brings those from all over the country to watch the renowned illuminated procession. 

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Bude Jazz Festival

For one week in the summer break, the Bude coastline comes alive with the sounds of jazz, blues and swing from some of the top UK and international musicians. 

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Cakes by Design

Perfect for special occasions and milestone events, let Cakes by Design take care of providing a gorgeous celebration cake. From the design process to the finished product, they offer a complete service. 

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Camel Ski School

Covering the Rock and Padstow areas of North Cornwall, join qualified instructors out on the water for wakesurfing, wakeboarding, waterskiiing, inflatable rides, kayaking, SUP and boat charters.

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The Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions (CATA) seek to improve visitor experience, along with a recommending the best beaches, most enthralling theme parks, and so much more. 

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Cornish Deli

St Ives’ Deli Café is the perfect spot to grab a refreshing bite to eat. Warming coffee, sociable brunches, afternoon tea and family dinners all await at this foodie hub. 

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Devon Cycle Hire

With other 100 bikes to choose from, explore the stunning views of Dartmoor from bicycle on your next escape. Choose between mountain or hybrid bikes, each with ranging buggies, tandems and sizes to suit the whole family. 

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Explore by Bike

The only cycle hire provider in Bodmin for the Camel Trail! Explore by Bike offer their customers a personal, conscientious service, as indicated by their excellent review ratings on Tripadvisor.

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Helston’s theme park is packed with activities for the thrill-seekers. Brave the sky-high rides, let off some steam in the undercover play area or discover the Victorian museum and fossils. 

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Fleet Air Museum

A museum to represent the flying arm of the Royal Navy. Home to four exhibition halls, over 90 aircrafts and 30,000 artefacts, this is the largest naval aviation museum in Europe. 

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Food from Cornwall

Providing a comprehensive guide to Cornish food and drink, Food from Cornwall are home to a wealth of news, recipes and information about local events in the South West. 

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Go by Cycle

Specialists in bike hire, Go by Cycle will deliver your hired bikes to your door, taking the hassle out of organising a bike ride. Whether you’re a couple or an extended family, there’s a bike hire service for everyone. 

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Golf Holidays Cornwall

A local business offering first-class golf breaks at reasonable prices. With so many well kept greens and sea views to experience, choose between parkland, seaside or clifftop for your next golfing trip.

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Gwithian Academy of Surfing

Whether you’re hoping to learn the basics or fine tune your skills, Gwithian’s surf lessons are one of Cornwall’s most highly regarded. Take to the west coast waters on your next break to Cornwall. 

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Harlyn Dive School

Offering scuba training, boat charters and guided dives, take to the Cornish waters with an adrenaline-fuelled experience with Harlyn Dive School. 

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Harlyn Surf School

Choose between stand-up paddle boarding, coasteering, kayaking or surfing with Harlyn Surf School, there’s nowhere better to learn to surf than the golden sands of Harlyn Beach.

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Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm

This family run farm in Newquay is a unique experience for the whole family. Along with the trusty ciders, there are also award-winning wines, juices and jams to sample. 

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The Japanese Garden

Situated in St Mawgan, The Japanese Garden is a haven of tranquillity. A combination of natural and man-made objects come together for the finished product of a peaceful, serene garden. 

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Journeyman Restaurant

Nestled in between Padstow and Wadebridge, Journeyman is in the prime position for a special evening in one of North Cornwall’s most picturesque hamlets – St Issey. 

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King Surf

Embark on fun, professional and safe surf lessons from professional and experienced instructors. From taster sessions to weeklong progression courses, this Mawgan Porth school caters to all abilities. 

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Lanhydrock House and Garden

Explore this National Trust favourite, home to a family manor and incredible landscapes. With cycle trails, café and gift shop also within the grounds, you’ll never be stuck for things to do at Lanhydrock.

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

What was once a garden of ruins is now a south Cornwall favourite. Heligan is loved amongst locals and visitors alike for its botanical gardens, endless walking routes and family-friendly events. 

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Lyme Rib Rides

A family run business based in Lyme Regis, Lyme Rib Rides offers the option of a fast-paced and thrilling coastal rib ride or a leisurely Jurassic Coast cruise. 

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Maritime Museum

An award-winning museum based in Falmouth, the attraction is home to five floors of interactive exhibitions, fifteen galleries, a large collection of boats and a variety of hands-on activities. 

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Milky Way

Home to over 110,000 square feet of indoor fun and outdoor activities, this adventure park promises an exciting day out come rain or shine. Ride the railway, meet the birds of prey and spectate the science show. 

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Minack Theatre

The world famous open-air theatre is a must-visit. Carved into the granite cliffs of Porthcurno, enjoy panoramic views across coast and countryside as you enjoy a unique outdoor theatre experience. 

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Model Village

Located in Babbacombe, the ever popular Model Village is home to four acres of land and thousands of miniature people, buildings and vehicles, all of which capture the essence of England’s past, present and future. 

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Monkey Sanctuary

Looe’s Monkey Sanctuary is filled with 40 monkeys, each with a unique character and distinct personality. Contribute to the protection of primates and habitats worldwide with the entrance fee that goes straight to charity. 

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Mullion Golf Club

Moments from the most Southernly point on the British mainland, Mullion Golf Course offers far reaching views and picturesque scenery to soak up during your next golfing escape. 

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Newquay Zoo

With over 130 species of animals, Newquay Zoo is a haven for animal-lovers. Meet the meerkats and watch the lions, penguins and monkeys devour their lunches, sure to entertain the little ones.

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National Marine Aquarium

The National Marine Aquarium is bursting with fascinating underwater creatures. From the shores of Plymouth to the coral reefs of the tropics, species from far and wide are to be discovered at the NMA. 

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Okehampton Golf Club

Located in Devon in the tors of Dartmoor, Okehampton Golf Club welcomes golfers of all abilities. From keen beginners to seasoned professionals, there’s a course for everyone. 

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OA Surf School

Try something new with one of OA Surf School's many lessons out on the water. Based in Widemouth Bay, catch your first wave with one-to-one surf coaching, or get the family involved with a group coasteering session.

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Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary

Home to rare red pandas and red squirrels, Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for animal-lovers. With otter and penguin feeding to see each day and an indoors play area, it’s the perfect family day out. 

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Penlee House

Built in 1865 as an elegant Victorian home, Penlee House now stands as a first-class gallery and museum set within picturesque gardens and grounds. 

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South Devon Railway

The South Devon Railways runs steam trains along the breathtaking valley of the River Dart, a wonderful piece of Devonshire’s rich heritage. 

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South West Lakes

With 50 inland waters under their belt, South West Lakes manage a collection of lakes and reservoirs across the UK. A perfect setting for a leisurely stroll, watersports or spot of nature watching. 

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Specialised Charters

Based in Falmouth, explore the coastline with a fishing or wildlife day trip. With insider knowledge about the local hotspots for a great catch, it’s sure to be an action-packed day out. 

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St Ives Society of Arts

Based in the artistic paradise of St Ives, The Old Mariners Church has been home to the St Ives Society of Artists for over 70 years. Explore the local artists in the gallery, visit one of their ever popular exhibitions and embark on an art course. 

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Treasure Trails

Follow the trail, solve the clues and soak up the sights along the way. With nearly 60 trails throughout Cornwall, you’ll never be short of a new treasure trail to explore. 

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Trebah Gardens

A beautiful sub-tropical paradise with stunning coastal backdrops, explore over four miles of coastal footpath under canopies bursting with exotic blooms. Immerse yourself in colour and follow the path down to the beach. 

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Treloy Golf Club

Based near Newquay, Treloy Golf Club has bright and sculptured greens, making it the perfect venue for a spot of golf. With spectacular rural views surrounding the course, enjoy the Cornish countryside as you play. 

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Trewithen House and Gardens

One of only 30 RHS recommended International Camellia Society Gardens of Excellence, Trewithen boasts one of the loveliest gardens in England, along with an 18th century house to explore. 

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Waterfront Polzeath

With expansive views over Polzeath Beach, the Waterfront restaurant, bar and terrace was designed for sundowners by the sunset and sociable dinners, packed with delicious ingredients. 

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Wild Food Foraging

Learn a new skill with a foraging adventure in Cornwall. Pick wild foods from coast and hedgerow, with full transparency about the contents of your dinner plate later that evening. 

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Wookey Hole

Located in Somerset, Wookey Hole is an award-winning experience, perfect for family days out. Home to some of Britain’s most spectacular caves, explore the home of the infamous Witch of Wookey.

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Encounter Cornwall

Based on the Fowey Estuary, Encounter Cornwall is an award-winning canoeing centre and stand up paddling school. They offer kayak trips, SUP lessons and tours, and much more.

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Use this company, they are the best I have encountered in 15 years of holiday homes. Wonderful service and place provided - I would highly recommend Perfect Stays again.

The Parag Family, Kent - Stayed at Rosemain