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A superb landscaped park, fallow deer, woodland and coastal walks and marvellous view, combine to make Mount Edgcumbe one of the most spectacular attractions in the West Country at any time of the year. One of only three Grade I Listed gardens in Cornwall.

The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Cornwall's Protected Landscape and has the same status and level of protection as a National Park. Across Cornwall there are 12 areas, they are..

Cornwall
Good news! We will soon be open! We have made a few changes to the tea room and shop but there are still 16 acres/ 10 hectares to lose yourselves in! No need to book in advance! We look forward to welcoming you here soon. Dogs welcome.

North Coast
Wow factor doesn't even begin to cover it. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps is one of the most popular places to visit on the North Cornish coast and is an absolute must-see. 

South Coast > St. Austell
We are delighted to confirm that Wheal Martyn has now reopened to visitors.  The extensive historic grounds and largely outdoor museum offers an experience that avoids close contact with others in a natural way that dosen't feel alien.

Mid Cornwall > Truro
A gentle walk alongside the Tresillian River near Truro. Passing through the picture perfect hamlet of St Clement, the route splits before reaching Malpas where you turn around, after a drink perhaps?

West Cornwall > The Helford
On the quieter side of the Helford, loose yourself for a few hours exploring wooded creeks and thatched villages.

West Cornwall > Portreath
£15.00 per person
Discover lesser-known corners of Portreath, Cornish Mining World Heritage Site once Georgian spa, bustling Victorian port and now small resort on Cornwall’s Atlantic coast. Explore the harbour, villag