The hidden mysteries of Cornwall. It’s that county at the end of the country steeped in mystery and legends. With the rugged North Cornwall cliffs it has been a film location for many films and television dramas. The place for Bronze age ruins, stone circles and a vast mining heritage.
The South with its harbours and small coastal inlets provide a safe haven for fishing boats and visiting yachts and you can always find a friendly cafe or bistro tucked away.
Where does Rosehill fit into your Cornish holiday?
Rosehill’s location is superb. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in sheltered woodland just five minutes walk to our fantastic blue flag sandy beach, bars and restaurants. We are ideally located to explore everything Cornwall has to offer. Either by foot, bus or car our central situation is a perfect starting point.
Cornwall is a mecca for relaxation and recreational pursuits for everyone to enjoy.
Vast tracts of Cornwall have undergone very little change down the ages. Much of the architecture remains as it did hundreds of years ago with many structures marking the passing of time still monumental to this.
Old and young can experience the magic and excitement of Cornwall. A wide range of activities and recreation are available to retain the enthusiasm of all age groups. Cornwall is very much the family holiday destination.
Cornwall’s countryside and many public gardens bathe in subtropical climates on a par with the Balearics. St. Ives and Carbis Bay have a record of winning prestigious awards for their floral decorations and have been regular winners in the Britain in Bloom Competition.
Cornwall for History
Ancient woods are freely accessible for exploring as well as the many castles, manor houses and buildings of historical interest. Many live events can be seen and perhaps one of the most memorable and dramatic is the open air performances at the Minack Theatre.
Cornwall for Adventure!
Cornwall also provides horse riding, canoeing, fishing, sea fishing, golf, biking, hiking, pot-holing, rock climbing, scuba diving, ballooning and even skydiving, to name but a few.
Cornwall for Fun
The much younger visitor may also have yearnings for the above but they will enjoy the pleasures of Flambards Theme and Adventure Park close to Helston, The Blue Lagoon in Newquay, Ships and Castles in Falmouth, the many animal farms, sanctuaries and wildlife centres that dot Cornwall as well as the traditional fun and games at the many beaches and coves. Some areas maintain registered “Kids Clubs” that give you as a parent the freedom to explore your own perspective of Cornwall.