Enjoy a scenic walk at Barras Nose, a headland at Tintagel, in the lee of the towering Tintagel Island and Castle ruins linked to the legends of King Arthur.
Plunge into this amazing rocky gorge-like valley to follow a tumbling stream to the sea.
Find out local tide times for Polzeath to Port Quin.
Enjoy messing about in the surf or hiking along the cliffs on a visit to this beautiful stretch of coastline.
Discover Doyden Point, a lovely feature of the North Cornwall coastline rich in mining heritage, but also home to a castle and a fine house.
Discover the stretch of coastline immediately north of Polzeath in Cornwall including Pentire Point and The Rumps.
Enjoy a walk that takes in the spectacular Pentire Point and the Rumps.
Just a mile or so before you reach Polzeath, there's a sheltered valley where light woodland and scrub lead to a gem of a rocky bay, with sandy coves at low tide.
Traverse the cliffs around Boscastle before exploring the Valency Valley on this National Trust trail in Cornwall.
Spend the a short while walking around this beautiful natural inlet in the heart of north Cornwall by following our harbour trail.
This short circular walk is a great way to see some of the estate's best features and can be an alternative route between the house and the main car park.
Explore Lanhydrock this winter, where you can wrap up warm and head out for a bracing winter walk around the ancestral home of the Agar-Robartes family.
Take your dog for a walk around the Lanhydrock estate.
This gentle walk is a great introduction to the magical, mature, mixed woodland and impressive parkland of the Lanhydrock estate.
A garden for all seasons, there's something blooming at Lanhydrock at all times of the year. What plants make spring special here?
As the seasons change the estate takes on a different colour and the warm yellow, orange and reds brighten the trees. These are some of the things we like to do in Lanhydrock's woods, fields and riverside to make the most of these shortening days.
You can join in with parkrun every Saturday and once a year we host Lanhydrock 10 as well.
If you prefer to eat al fresco, then grab a sarnie from our eateries or bring your own picnic and enjoy lunch at your own pace. Here are our tips for perfect picnicking at Lanhydrock.
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