On this page you will find those ‘things to do links’. These will lead you to many local and not too distant businesses who are striving to make our environment an interesting and exciting place to visit.
It’s raining, what can we do?
Things to do in Truro City.
Regal Cinema Redruth.01209 216278. Art Deco main screen and waiter service for screen 7 (stairway to 7!!). Daily showings. Reviewed in the Observer by Cinema critic Mark Kermode.
Plaza Cinema Truro. 01872 272894
Truro Farmers Markets (Weds and Sat)
Carn Brea Leisure Centre. Pool, track and gymnasiums. 01209 717766
Ten Pin Bowling. Truro 01872 261628
Things to do at the Beach
The Blue Bar.
Simply the most popular brasserie/bar in the area. Suitable for families, couples, surfers, walkers, wedding parties too. Choose a bay window to watch the sun set or shelter from a storm with a hot chocolate.
Tris Surf Shop.
Surfing being possibly the main sport and interest of many of the holiday makers who visit our fantastic beach. Tris Surf Shop has catered for local surfers and holiday makers for years. If you just need a block of wax, a wetsuit or lessons with a surfboardboard here’s the place to come. Happy and laid back surfer style service.
The Blue Gym
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Taking our water use awareness to a new level, inspiring health and wellbeing and right on our doorstep. Surfing, swimming, kayaking and all with the support of healthcare professionals.
Pure Blue Surf Academy
Since 2004. Pure Blue Surf Academy delivers professional surf tuition for locals and tourists, it is proud to be developing the grass roots of surfing within the local community.
Half Moon Japanese Hair Salon
Book in for a new hairstyle with Vidal Sassoon trained Hifumi at the Half Moon Hair Salon 01209 891 600.
Moomaids Ice Cream Parlour.
Ice Cream….enough said!!
Things to do nearby.
Guided kayaking in the sea or river. No experience required to take part. All equipment provided.
Hand crafted, wooden surfboards. Find them at Mt Pleasant Eco Park Porthtowan.
Split-Enz Hair and Beauty Salon has been established since 2002. In the heart of St Agnes village, 15mins walk to the lovely beach at Trevaunance Cove. The décor
of the salon is tranquil and serene and is influenced by the New Zealand countryside; Vicki’s country of birth.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Rosehill works with the wildlife trust directly and offers local walk pamphlets which are sold for a small fee. The proceeds go to the trust as do any small phone charges which are also donated to the trust via the charity box.
The Treleigh Arms.
A very traditional public house and restaurant with traditional surroundings and friendly atmosphere and there is a great chef who uses local produce for well prepared dishes.
The Bike Barn
Located about 1 mile from us, the Elm Farm/Bike Barn is located on the mineral tramways that were used to transport tin and copper to the ports at Portreath and Devoran on the north and south coasts. Being old rail links the terrain is generally flat! You can drive and leave your car there or cycle up the hill from you lodge and down to the Barn. You can hire bikes, get spares or just get advice.
Mount Hawke Skate Park
Into skateboards and BMX? A great indoor and outdoor area to show off your skills.
Annie b. is an artist and illustrator painting from the heart using meditation, angels and nature as her inspiration. Oracle cards, calendars, spiritual portraits, prints and cards available.
I Love Cornwall
Officially linked with Visit Cornwall this website offers many interesting things to do on your holiday.
Goonbell Riding Centre
Situated on the outskirts of St Agnes, Goonbell can offer most of your riding requirements. Call Goonbell on 01872 552063
Cornwall Gold Centre
Cornwall Gold is a unique visitor experience set amidst the tin mining landscape of Cornwall. Share a unique and special story which explores the smelting and crafting of exquisite Cornish jewellery from tin extracted at the Tolgus Tin Mill on-site.
The hand crafted Tolgus jewellery forms just part of Cornwall’s largest collection of jewellery and reflects the talents of Cornish designers and the natural, timeless beauty of Cornwall. Talk with jewellery technicians and take a look behind the scenes at the smelting process and the history of tin production on site, the last of its type in Cornwall. Learn about the fascinating story of pearls, select your own oyster and browse through England’s largest collection of classic and contemporary pearls.
Ideally placed to cater for a range of ages and family interests, children can enjoy a number of activities including the chance to create a personalised cuddly bear, hand painted pottery and pan for precious gems.
For refreshments, sample tasty local cuisine at the Cornish Pantry Restaurant.
There is Free and ample parking, with free admission experience and there is simply nothing else like it in Cornwall!
Visit a Mine!
See our Heritage page for a trip down a Cornish mine.