There is a wide range of sports, activities and exciting days out in Cornwall – something for everyone!
Canoeing, Kayaking and Paddle Boarding – Adventure Fit SouthWest, Based in Looe, Telephone to book: 01503 262000
The Climbing Wall – Open Daily 10-7pm – Adventure Fit SouthWest, Based in Looe, Telephone to book: 01503 262000
Running, Cycling, Fishing & Play area – Siblyback Lake, Bodmin Moor. AOANB (Area of outstanding natural beauty) plus a great place to bring your dog on the 5k circuit.
Zipwire, Coasteering and The Big Swing ! – At Adrenalin Quarry you are certainly in for a day of highly active, full-on fun – not for the faint hearted!
Go Karting and Track racing can also be enjoyed by children and adults, 2 sized engines depending on your age – check out Kartworld for times and prices.
Brian Teasers, Challenges, Puzzles and Trails – The Hidden Valley Discovery Park offers something a bit different, suitable for all ages.
Surfing and Coasteering – Whitsand Bay Surf School. Learn to surf or hire a board on the glorious golden sands at Whitsand Bay. Tel: 07722 913 206
Cycle Routes – For detailed advice on routes and mileage.
Pensilva – Trevallicks Farm Shop
Trax & Trails off road driving — This 4×4 off road driving experience is located 30 minutes drive from Treworgey Manor. In addition to driving over the Cornish countryside you can also try your hand at archery and clay pigeon shooting.
The Cornwall Guide – A comprehensive website listing all forms of attractions, walks, eateries and activities
South West Coast Path – 630 miles of glorious views along the South West Coastal Path – walks for all levels and a good list of pubs to aim for and quench your thirst after the walk.
The Camel Trail – A well loved and enjoyable route, the Camel trail is fairly flat for cyclists and walkers of this old railway line. Gorgeous green leafy scenery extends either side from Padstow to Wadebridge as well as through the wooded Camel Valley (wine tasting area!) to Bodmin. Bike hire is easily available at Wadebridge, advisable to book in high season.
Looe Golf Club – This golf club has an excellent friendly reputation and was designed by six times Open champion, Harry Vardon. Situated in a stunning setting with wonderful views of the Tamar Estuary, Dartmoor peaks and Cornish moorland.
St Mellion – Providing both leisure facilities, an internationally renowned golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, luxury spa facilities and fine 2 AA Rosette dining.
Lower Tokenbury Equestrian Centre – All visitors to Cornwall are welcome, with a variety of types of rides across Bodmin Moor, through woodland, farmland or quiet country lanes. Lessons available for all ages and abilities.
Polmartin Riding Equestrain – A high standard of horses and training is provided at these well-kept stables. All kinds of lessons and rides are available with all riding in rural area, set on 60 acres of farmland. Polmartin’s panoramic views of the Cornish landscape on horseback are marvellous all year round.
Bake Lakes – Bake Lakes offers a wide variety of high quality angling opportunities and experiences for experts or beginners alike, peaceful countryside and home to rare dragonflies, a variety of birds and mammals to enjoy whilst you wait for ‘the big one’.
Fishing Trips and boat hire – check out the Looe Directory lists some of the companies that run this excursion usually from March through to October.
Trethorne Leisure Park – On either a rainy day or day of warm sunshine Trethorne caters for all, reasonably priced for a family entry and only 30 minutes from Treworgey. The children will love feeding all the animals, huge soft play and ball pool complex, giant drop slides, trampolines, ten pin bowling and a café or bar next door for the adults!
Cardinham Woods – A popular location for off road cyclists, dog walkers and horse riders, the forestry Commission have now marked out clear routes for whichever mode you are using – make sure you check the website for trail closure times during felling season. The Woods Cafe sells homemade food with a fun wooden play area which younger children enjoy.
Support the Local:
Trevallicks Farm Shop – Only 10mins away in Pensilva. Enjoy a delightful afternoon tea, sample a Cornish gin and purchase local art, crafts and hampers.
The Crow’s Nest – St Cleer, lovely local all year round, sing the finest locally sourced meat, fish and poultry.
Tapenades – Closest distance to Treworgey Manor (2.2 miles / 7 mins) and the best rated restaurant in Liskeard.
Heskyn Mill – Tideford, Friendly, Award-winning, plus set in a charming location and fresh, wonderful locally sourced produce.
Bonne Santé – Barbican, Plymouth – A great range of fresh & indulgent food, the menu is entirely GLUTEN FREE.
The Dock – Plymouth, Devon, – Unbeatable combination of great food and coastal views at the King point marina.
The Horn of Plenty – Nr Tavistock, Devon – Luxury country house hotel, sumptous surroundings and excellent standard of food.
The Old Sail Loft – One of the oldest buildings in Looe, The Old Sail Loft is an atmospheric traditional restaurant.
The number of delicious eateries in Cornwall and Devon is ever increasing, with the standard of cuisine improving hugely, you will be pleased to know – if you just want to experience famous chefs you can dine at:
Rick Stein’s – ‘The Seafood Restaurant’ in Padstow, North Cornwall – also has other bistros and cafés under his umbrella.
Jamie Oliver – ‘Fifteen’ – Watergate, North Coast, Cornwall
Mitch Tonks – ‘Rockfish’ – Plymouth, Devon
Nathan Outlaw – ‘Outlaw’s at St Endoc Hotel, Rock – 50mins drive (North Cornwall) and ‘Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’ – in Port Issac
Plymouth really has raised its game and has recently been named ‘the UK’s new gourmet hotspot’ by Conde Nast Traveller magazine, catering for both fine dining and fun family meals out. For information about various food festivals and details visit Plymouth eateries.
Also well worth exploring in Plymouth is the Royal William Yard – this whole area has been refurbished and now boasts a Wagamama, Las Iguanas, and the well rated Bistrot Pierre, plus many others. It also holds regular food festivals, music and special outdoor cinema evenings.