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We’ll provide lots and lots of ideas; you just choose what you want to do and when.

You will find that you will be ideally situated for enjoying the many attractions in Cornwall and neighbouring Devon.

There is so much to see and do, whatever the weather, that we honestly can’t mention it all. There are, without doubt, lots of things to do in Cornwall. And here are just some of the things to do in Cornwall while you are on holiday at Cutkive Wood.

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Beaches and Coast

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There are lots of memorable beaches and coves to be enjoyed and if you still have time then don’t miss the sea fishing towns of Looe, Fowey and Mevagissey and the old fishing village of Polperro. On the north coast lies mystical Tintagel, ‘Doc Martin’s’ Port Isaac, Boscastle, the harbour towns of Padstow and Newquay and picturesque St Ives. Don’t miss Charlestown which is where they film ‘Poldark’. Then, of course, there is still Land’s End and St Michaels Mount.

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Crealy Adventure Park, Dairyland, Morwellham Quay, the National Marine Aquarium, Porfell Wildlife Park, the Monkey Sanctuary, Flambards, The Camel Trail, Carnglaze Slate Caverns, Newquay Zoo, Jamaica Inn on Bodmin Moor, the Museum of Smuggling, canoeing down the Tamar, National Maritime Museum, Blue Reef Aquarium, Bodmin Jail (reputedly haunted), Tamar Donkey Park, National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, and The Minack Theatre. There are many more, not forgetting both the north and south coasts.

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Gardens and National Trust Properties

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The wonderful Eden Project is within easy reach as is the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan. There is a host of other wonderful gardens that will inspire you such as Trevarno and The Garden House. Amongst the National Trust properties are enchanting Cotehele, impressive Lanhydrock and historic Antony (used for the film ‘Alice In Wonderland’).

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Walking, the Natural Beauty and International Dark Sky Landscape

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The raw natural beauty of both Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor are close at hand. Bodmin Moor is designated an International Dark Sky Landscape which means that you can enjoy the starry starry nights and see shooting stars while staying here at Cutkive Wood. There are also plenty of lovely walks along the spectacular coastline and a vast network of lanes and footpaths throughout the countryside.

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Sport & Leisure

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There are, without doubt, lots of things to do in Cornwall. You’ll find plenty of places to hire bikes on dedicated cycle trails and off road woodland tracks. At nearby Siblyback Lake there is coarse and fly fishing, windsurfing, canoeing and sailing and sea fishing can be experienced around the coast, including shark at Looe. Enjoy the indoor pool and leisure complex in nearby Liskeard. Off the coast there are scuba diving opportunities. Horse riding can be enjoyed nearby on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Activity sports nearby include karting, water-sports, a breath-taking zip-wire and tree-surfing. Golfers are almost in paradise with the famous Jack Nicklaus-designed course at St. Mellion Golf Club only a few miles away and lots more within a one hour drive. Outdoor and indoor Bowls are played locally.

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The Eden Project

Our visitor destination in Cornwall, UK, is nestled in a huge crater. Here, massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to our striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events.

Dartmoor National Park

When you visit Devon, and travel into the very heart of it, you will discover a magical, ancient landscape of stunning views, awe inspiring granite tors, deep wooded valleys with fast flowing rivers, and rugged, wide open spaces. This is Dartmoor, where you can truly escape to find peace, quiet and extreme beauty.

Bodmin Moor

One of Cornwall's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a remote, bleak heather covered upland granite moorland still grazed by moorland ponies and bisected by the main A30 road.

Lost Gardens of Heligan

National collections, wildlife and Victorian gardens in 200 acres of lush grounds, plus a tearoom.

The Garden House

If you're looking for an inspiring day out on Dartmoor you will love The Garden House. Stroll around the colourful spring gardens and enjoy finding new views at every turn. Children love the garden trail and exploring secret pathways. Stay a while, treat yourself to a warming lunch in our wonderful tea rooms.


Tudor house with superb collections, garden, quay and estate.


There's plenty to do at Lanhydrock to fill a day out with your family. There are fun activities to do around the estate, cycling trails through the woodlands, the adventure playground and children's trails in the house.


18th-Century house set within a magnificent landscape garden, still home to the Carew Pole family.


A busy fishing port, with a popular family beach, Looe has been a favourite holiday destination since Victorian times.


The beautiful, historical harbour town of Fowey is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro. A surfeit of touristy gift shops do not quite manage to spoil this quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages remain undeniably attractive.


Narrow streets and steep valley sides lead down to the centre of the old Mevagissey where the distinctive twin harbour provides a safe haven for boats.


Immerse yourself in history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle, set high on Cornwall's rugged north coast between Padstow and Bude.

Port Issac

Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village with a vibrant local community in north Cornwall and home to the TV series Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes. It's a truly picturesque village with narrow winding streets lined with whitewashed cottages that head down to the harbour.


Boscastle is a tiny port with a natural harbour, set in a narrow ravine, and boasts some very attractive thatches and white-washed cottages.


A charming working fishing port and famous foodie destination, Padstow is also surrounded by glorious sandy beaches and is start and the end point for The Camel Trail.


Newquay, one of the nation's favourite seaside towns, exudes the laid back atmosphere you would expect from a town perched on Cornwall's Atlantic cliffs and bordered by 7 miles of glorious golden sandy beaches.

St. Ives

St Ives – the dazzling jewel in Cornwall’s crown. A picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town voted best family holiday destination by Coast magazine and one of TripAdvisor’s top 10 European beaches. Wander through the maze of narrow cobbled streets, independent shops and fisherman’s cottages in the heart of St Ives.


Situated on the outskirts of St Austell on the South Coast of Cornwall is Charlestown Harbour, an unspoilt, original Grade II Listed Harbour.

Lands End

Whether you’re on holiday in Cornwall or just enjoying days out with family or friends, your experience won’t be complete without a visit to Land’s End. With its magnificent natural setting, great eating places and shopping plus exciting pay-as-you-go family attractions – it’s one of the West Country’s great places to visit.

St. Michaels Mount

Whatever your age there's a lot to see and do on St Michael's Mount, from exploring the exotic subtropical gardens to playing king of the castle.

Crealy Theme Park & Resort

Crealy Theme Park & Resort is an award winning family Theme Park in Devon that boasts over 60 rides and attractions, with spectacular live entertainment shows and animals galore, it's no wonder that Crealy Theme Park & Resort is regularly voted the best day out in Devon.


Enjoy the fun of an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages rain or shine.

Morwellham Quay

Morwellham is an award-winning attraction consisting of a working village, mine and craft centre. Travel on the mine train underground into the copper mine to see how copper was mined.

National Marine Aquarium

The National Marine Aquarium (NMA) is the UK’s largest aquarium. It is run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean. The NMA tells the story of the Ocean through a journey around the world, building emotional connections to the Ocean with all who visit.

Porfell Wildlife Park

Get up close to the world's most exotic animals at Porfell Wildlife Park. Monkeys, meerkats, zebra & more. Meet them, feed them, help them.

Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary

Wild Futures is the only UK primate welfare and conservation charity rescuing, campaigning, educating and providing sanctuary to primates in need.


Flambards Theme Park, Helston, Cornwall is a great family fun day out with plenty of great things to do! Brave the sky-high thrill rides, or enjoy the undercover soft play area. Discover dinosaurs in the Jurassic Journey and uncover fossils in the Dino Dig. Step back in time in the life-size Victorian Village and experience Britain in the Blitz in the award-winning Indoor Attractions.

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail runs along a disused railway line following the course of the Camel Estuary providing access to some of North Cornwalls most beautiful scenery.

Carnglaze Caverns

Carnglaze Caverns is a much recommended all-weather family tourist attraction near the village of St Neot, on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, halfway between Liskeard and Bodmin just off the A38.

Newquay Zoo

Go Wild at Newquay Zoo and get closer to hundreds of species. Children's play area, events, good food & easy access. A great time for all the family!

Jamaica Inn

Cornwall's most famous smugglers inn made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier's Jamaica Inn novel. Offering unique accommodation near Launceston.

Blue Reef Aquarium

Situated on Towan Beach overlooking the famous island, directly below Newquay Town Centre. Over 40 naturally themed habitats take you on a fantastic journey from local waters to exotic seas.

Bodmin Jail

Explore life as an 18th century prisoner at Bodmin Jail, one of Cornwall's top historical sites. Walk through five levels of cells and dine at our Governor's Hall.

The Tamar Valley Donkey Park

The Tamar Valley Donkey Park and Sanctuary with fun for all the family with huge covered play area, cafe, and gift shop and donkey adoptions.

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Make new friends at the National Seal Sanctuary in Helston. Meet the animals and hear rescue stories at this sanctuary and rescue centre.

Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre, carved into the granite cliff and set in glorious gardens overlooking the spectacular panorama of Porthcurno Bay.

Siblyback Lake

Siblyback Lake offers an excellent day out for walking, running, cycling or birdwatching – surrounded by the striking backdrop of Bodmin Moor.

Liskeard Leisure Centre

Better, Liskeard Leisure Centre (formerly Lux Park Leisure Centre) offers quality, affordable fitness facilities and leisure activities to help keep you active.

St Eval Kart Circuit

Located on the North Cornwall Coast inbetween Newquay and Pastow, St. Eval Kart Racing Circuit is a massive outdoor 1.3km track which is designed to cater for 7 years olds and above, and for all group sizes.

The Hovercraft Experience

High-Speed thrills with Cornwalls only Hovercraft driving experience! The Hovercraft Experience is now open to welcome you to their exhilarating ‘Hover track at Perranporth Airfield , on the beautiful Cornish Coast.

Adrenalin Quarry

Rural quarry site for clambering over rocks, hurtling down gnarly zip lines and deep water swimming.

Tree Surfers

Tree surfing is an adrenaline-pumping, heart-thumping bird’s eye experience. A complex of ladders, rope bridges, zip wires and walkways gives you the freedom to explore our astounding broadleaf woodland from the top down.

St Mellion International Resort

Enjoy the best of Cornish hospitality in an elegant blend of contemporary style & unique 4-star facilities.


Seaton is a seaside town, fishing harbour and civil parish in East Devon on the south coast of England, and is historically part of Axmouth and Beer. It faces onto Lyme Bay and is on the Dorset and East Devon Coast Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.


3-mile beach for walking, jogging & surfing, with lifeguards, tide pools & areas for diving.

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