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De beste dingen om te doen in Cornwall

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Botanical Garden
“A must visit place whilst you are hear - there's plenty to do and is a casual atmosphere”
Door 277 locals aangeraden
“Ancient and mystifying!! The play will go on - regardless of the weather - so be prepared!!”
Door 221 locals aangeraden
Art Museum
“What can I say - it's the Tate - the name says it all. You can sometimes see dolphins from the cafe window!”
Door 153 locals aangeraden
“Beautiful gardens, grounds, walled gardens, farm animals, great cafe, shop, child and dog friendly”
Door 141 locals aangeraden
Historic Site
“Scenic and historic - but check the tides, go at low tide to walk across the causeway and visit the mount.”
Door 154 locals aangeraden
“A beautiful garden walk through the sub tropical valley to the tranquil beach at the bottom. ”
Door 53 locals aangeraden
Point of Interest
“This cliff-edge castle, long associated with the legend of King Arthur, offers a day out that is as rich in adventure as it is in history. Straddling both the mainland and a weather-worn headland jutting out to sea, the site opens up a wild landscape bearing the imprint of centuries of habitation.”
Door 60 locals aangeraden
Art Gallery
“A total gem, inspirational, insightful and a real haven for any artists or folk who like to get to the heart of the place they’re staying. ”
Door 54 locals aangeraden
Sculpture Garden
“A beautiful garden over looking Mounts Bay and St Micheal's Mount. The sculptures are large and set into the gardens some are permanent and some are temporary and change each year. The Tremenhere Kitchen serves lovely freshly cooked meals, plus tea, coffee, cakes and of course cream teas.”
Door 60 locals aangeraden
“Lovely seafood restaurant - booking required in advance. Overlooks Porthminster Beach.”
Door 49 locals aangeraden
“Set on a headland with breathtaking views out to sea, Pendennis Castle is one of Henry VIII’s finest coastal fortresses. The picturesque castle has defended Cornwall since Tudor times and played a vital role during the two World Wars. Today, you can experience the sights and sounds of battle, meet costumed characters from Pendennis’ past, look out for enemies, and witness the daily firing of a historic gun (Apr – Oct). Don't miss our fascinating exhibition, 'Fortress Falmouth and the First World War', which examines life at the castle during WW1.”
Door 44 locals aangeraden
Theme Park
“Victorian Village,Britain in the Blitz,War Gallery,Pioneers of Flight,Memory Lane,Concorde Life-size simulation,Vintage Motorcycles.All indoors but if the sun shines then you will be on the child friendly rides and attractions or some of the adrenaline fueled experiences. ”
Door 29 locals aangeraden
“You can walk to the Lewinnick Lodge from the house along both Gannel or Fistral beach foot path. It takes approximately 30 minutes to get there and is dog friendly.”
Door 58 locals aangeraden
Movie Theater
“A relaxing beautiful cinema. The restaurant is highly recommended in the scenic Newlyn by the harbour ”
Door 44 locals aangeraden
Monument / Landmark
“Incredible views and a great place for walking. There are also several other attractions which are popular with visitors - they change from time to time so it is best to look online to see what is currently on - Just over an hours drive from Portreath, we would recommend going on a day when the weather is good to get the most from this area of outstanding natural beauty.”
Door 39 locals aangeraden
“Stunning Country House that looks out towards Plymouth Sound. Great place to explore the grounds and amazing gardens. Tours of the house came also be purchased”
Door 23 locals aangeraden