Local Attractions

Little Roseveth is right in the middle of Cornwall. It may feel like we’re miles from nowhere, but being just three minutes from the A30 means that the whole of the county is at your fingertips. Whether you want to take a stroll to the local pub, do some shopping in the quaint city of Truro or go on a day trip to St. Ives – just ask and we have all the details! Have a look below to see what we think is worth checking out on your visit.

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Locally we have a quaint Tearoom and a friendly village Pub, which are absolutely worth the few minute walk. Also three miles away in the little village of Callestick, you can sample locally made ice cream and cyder. See below for more info.

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The city of Truro is a 5min drive away where there are many restaurants ranging from Italian to Indian, gastro pubs including The Thomas Daniell and The Rising Sun, plus chain restaurants and a variety of bistros. There is a Catherdral, a Museum and a good range of shops. Perfect for a day trip or evening meal.

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The north coast is a 10min drive with towering cliffs and beaches famous for their surf. The south coast is a little further but ideal for sailing and the famous Falmouth Maritime Museum. Cornwall boasts the longest waymarked footpath in England – The South West Coast Path. It stretches for 630 miles, running around the whole coast of Cornwall. Remember to bring your hiking boots!

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Of course the world famous Eden Project is just a short drive away in St. Austell. The two biomes are the largest ‘geodesic lean to’ conservatories in the world, containing 135,000 plants. Spend the day walking around the tropical rainforest, or have lunch in a Mediterranean restaurant. Eden never fails to impress.

More Attractions

There are plenty of things to see and do in cornwall. Here are a few more worth mentioning:

Callestick Farm Cornish Dairy Ice Cream is made on the farm with their own fresh, creamy milk, the finest natural ingredients and Cornish Cream. Visit the site here
Mixing apples & imagination to make delicious food & drink. Healeys have been making the most of their orchards in the heart of Cornwall for over 25 years. Visit the site here
Land’s End is one of Britain’s most magnificent landmarks offering stunning scenery and a great day out for all the family. Visit the site here
Crowning an island off the coast of Cornwall is the home of the St Aubyn family, incorporating parts of the priory that once stood there. Visit the site here
Family fun and exhibitions, sky high thrill rides, the ‘Best Day Of The Week’ at Flambards Theme Park. Visit the site here
Based in Cornwall, England. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the world-renowned restored productive gardens and pleasure grounds. Visit the site here
The National Trust’s Trelissick Garden, Cornwall, is a tranquil garden with a superb collection of tender and exotic plants. Visit the site here
Trebah Garden; a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. One of the Great Gardens of Cornwall. Visit the site here
Tate St Ives is an art gallery in St Ives, Cornwall, England, exhibiting work by modern British artists. Visit the site here
There are very few places that can be found in the United Kingdom that have retained their original character and charm in the way that the tiny fishing village of Mousehole has. Visit the site here
The Isles of Scilly lie just off the coast of Cornwall but are a world apart in every way. From the minute you arrive, you’ll fall in love with the islands and you’ll leave yearning to return. Take a day trip by boat from Penzance or fly from Newquay Airport. Visit the site here