The Attractions of Cornwall
The richly diverse landscape and heritage of
Cornwall offers attractions too numerous to list but we'd like to give you a
taste of some of the outstanding things you can do whilst here at Helsbury.
The big four in our locale are the Camel Trail,
the Coastal Path, Dog
Friendly Beaches and Bodmin Moor all of
which offer guests to the area a fantastic day out.
Cornwall's mild climate has led to the creation of numerous beautiful
gardens over the centuries, and many of these are now open to the public
across the county. See rhododendron hedges, palm tress, pineapple pits or
tropical biomes whatever the season has to offer. Harnessing nature, either through farming, fishing or wind turbines, is key to
the Cornish economy. Therefore, many local attractions offer the opportunity,
for young and old alike, to see close up where food comes from; the history
of local industries or to encounter wild creatures such as seals or owls.
Long known as a haven for artists there are galleries in practically every
town and village.
Traditional or modern; paintings, pottery or sculpture; world famous or
quirky, all can be found locally. The quality of art and crafts in Cornwall
is superb, and browsers and buyers are equally welcome.
Cornwall is also a food lovers' paradise. You can tour a vineyard, a cheese
factory or a cider farm, and sample their produce. Fine dining, real ale, pub
grub or pick your own are all available locally. This is why there are no
bathroom scales at Helsbury Park: enjoy the food while you're here and worry
about the consequences later. From steam trains to power boats; theme parks
to deer parks; golf courses to coarse fishing there really is something for
Our guidebook contains hundreds of ideas and useful information
about things to do and places to go in Cornwall, there's something for every taste, all
weathers and any age.
Helsbury Park is an excellent base from which to visit the myriad
of attractions of North Cornwall and beyond.