There’s nothing like life in Cornwall… the open spaces, the fresh sea breezes, secluded peaceful harbours, homely villages, visitor attractions and delicious dining options add up to a holiday that can be all about relaxing and rejuvenating, eating and drinking, or action packed and adrenaline filled.

The perfect location for keen walkers

 

Trevalsa attracts keen walkers all year round. Nestled in the Roseland Peninsula’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that stretches all the way from dramatic Black Head to the sheltered Falmouth estuary, it’s so easy for our guests to make the most of our fabulous location thanks to immediate access to the South West Coast Path that runs along the bottom of the garden.

Marine adventures


Cornwall’s spectacular coastline also offers a huge range of sea-based activities to get try out and involved with. Surf lessons, scuba diving, sailing, sea safaris, coasteering and fishing activities are available at locations up and down the county – why not combine a day trip to a new Cornish destination with a marine adventure? 

Beautiful cycling trails


If you like to stay on solid ground, there are plenty of beautiful cycling trails of varying terrains and difficulties. Take a gentle ride down the Camel Trail – a converted rail line sweeping through pine forests and bluebell woods alongside the river all the way from Padstow to Bodmin and beyond. If you’re trying to seriously raise your heart rate, you can test your off-road skills at Bissoe trails, or Cardinham woods near Bodmin. 

Foodie heaven


Shhh … but Cornwall is quietly becoming a foodie heaven! It’s hardly surprising with the abundance of high quality local produce, from seafood to meat to – and of course, our famous clotted cream! There are dining options to suit all tastes – treat yourself to a lunch from internationally acclaimed chefs such as Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth, or head to a feast night at local gems like the Hidden Hut and Nancarrow Farm.

Plenty to do on rainy days


And if you’re caught out by the weather, there are plenty of things to do on rainy days too. Hide from the elements with in the tropical and temperate biomes at the Eden Project – or explore Cornwall’s rich industrial heritage at Heartlands in Pool. You could marvel at the amazing at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay – or even head underground at Poldark Mine in the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site in Wendron. 

All this can begin and end at Trevalsa – your Cornish home from home! And, we’re happy to arrange most activities for guests, just give us a little bit of notice.

Phone

01726 842468

Mail

stay@trevalsa-hotel.co.uk

Address

Trevalsa Court Hotel

School Hill
Mevagissey
Cornwall PL26 6TH