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Explore world famous beaches, restaurants and days out just a short distance from Trelay Holiday Park.

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There are so many things to do in Cornwall, from spectacular beaches and iconic attractions to award-winning restaurants and idyllic destinations. There’s little wonder it’s the UK’s favourite holiday destination.

By owning a luxury lodge or caravan at Trelay Holiday Park, you can see, do and experience this magical region whenever you feel like getting away from a few days or longer…

We’re fortunate enough to be close to some of Cornwall’s most delicious eateries – from fine dining to hearty comfort food. Beach lovers can explore secluded coves and vast open sands. Golfers can play some of the UK’s best golf courses and families can enjoy days out at attractions like the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Need some advice? As a holiday home owner at Trelay, you can take ask our dedicated ownership team – we’ll be on hand to provide recommendations and arrange transport and bookings for whatever takes your fancy.

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Jubilee Inn

The Jubilee Inn in Pelynt, a short walk from Trelay Holiday Park, is a cosy pub known for its hearty meals and fine Cornish ciders and ales. In the summer, relax in the spacious beer garden and soak up the sun. It's a perfect spot for both locals and visitors to enjoy a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

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Fifty Looe

Welcome to Fifty, a charming and intimate family-run restaurant nestled in the picturesque town of Looe, Cornwall. With just 26 covers, this cozy eatery offers a unique and personal dining experience that is hosted by Mark and his dedicated family.

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Portbyhan Hotel & Restaurant

The Portbyhan Hotel is situated in an unrivalled position right in the heart of Looe, allowing guests to relish the panoramic views of the vibrant harbour with only a short stroll into Looe town centre. Enjoy an A la carte menu, hearty Sunday roast or cocktails on the sun terrace. As an owner at Trelay, enjoy 10% off your bill when dining at Portbyhan.

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The Sardine Factory

Housed in an old converted sardine factory on the quayside in Looe, this restaurant is known for using the freshest local seafood on its simple and elegant menu. The perfect location for a light lunch or a celebration with family. With exceptional food and breathtaking views, The Sardine Factory earned a mention in the Michelin Guide 2020.

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The Inn on the Shore

Set along the coast of Torpoint, The Inn on the Shore has breathtaking panoramic views, making it the perfect place for a long lunch or relaxing dinner. There’s something for everyone with pub classics alongside modern bistro dishes on the menu, as well as sumptuous Sunday roasts. For a sundowner or post-dinner drink you can head to their ‘Gin on the Shore’ bar for local beers, ciders and cocktails.

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The Old Sail Loft

An atmospheric, buzzing restaurant on the quayside in Looe. The Old Sail Loft is located in one of the oldest buildings in Looe - for over 450 years people have been gathering to eat and drink here. Fresh fish is their specialty, and their menu boasts excellent steaks and plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans too. Open for both lunch and dinner, and dog friendly too!

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Couch's Great House Restaurant

A must-visit for any food lover, this restaurant has been running since 2004 under the direction of renowned chef Richard McGeowan. Having worked with famous names including Gordon Ramsa, Marco Pierre White and Raymond Blanc, the chef has created a menu that’impress every time. A perfect dinner location for a special occasion, all bookings are one sitting per evening, so you can take your time to enjoy.

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The Talland Bay Hotel

Set on a secluded stretch of coastline just 2 miles from the park, Talland Bay is something of a hidden gem. Their award-winning restaurant boasts an authentic Cornish menu made exclusively from high quality local ingredients. Visitors can walk around their beautiful gardens and take in their breathtaking, uninterrupted sea view, or head to the bar for a G&T made from Talland Bay’s very own gin.

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Ye Old Salutation Inn

Serving real ales and Cornish ciders, this traditional pub serves up a warm welcome to visitors and four-legged friends alike. With a large fireplace and full menu of pub classics, it’s the perfect place for a cosy dinner or Sunday lunch, making it a firm favourite amongst our owners and locals.

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The Eden Project

Extraordinary botanical biomes with over 1,000 plant species and the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Explore the gardens, grab a bite to eat or take a ride on their zip wire if you’re feeling daring! It's one of the best things to do in Cornwall!

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Bodmin Jail

An 18th century prison and immersive historical experience. Step back in time on their Dark Walk trail and learn about the smugglers, stories and myths of Cornwall.

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Mysterious and magical gardens, lost and overgrown since World War I and restored to their former glory in 1990. Visitors can explore 200 acres of estate and find stunning gardens, sculptures and wildlife.

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Lanhydrock

A Jacobean mansion with formal gardens and over 1,000 acres of estate. Visitors can explore the Victorian family home, visit the cafe or enjoy the estate’s cycle trails.

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Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

Take a tour of the farm and visit the sampling counter for free guided tastings of cyder, gin and soft drinks. Not just for grown-ups - families can enjoy a Cornish cream tea and meet the friendly farm animals.

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The Camel Trail cycle trail

A cycle trail through beautiful Cornish countryside that takes in some of the most spectacular sea views in the South West. Traffic free and largely flat, visitors can rent bicycles in Padstow and Bodmin and take in as much or as little as they like of the 18 mile trail.

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South West Coast Path

The longest coastal path in the UK spanning from Somerset to Poole, covering the full coastline of Cornwall. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views and stunning coastal walking, with the path well-marked by signposts. One of our favourite things to do in Cornwall...