Whether you’re a multi-generational household or travelling with your grandchildren, there are plenty of activities in West Cornwall to keep the whole gang happy. You could visit a garden, learn about Cornwall’s history or book a horse and carriage ride with views of St Michael’s Mount. Discover our suggestions for an out of season adventure everyone will enjoy.
Exhilarating adventures that will appeal to everyone.
Places to Eat
Cornish meadery experience
For a truly unique dining experience, make your way to one of West Cornwall’s meaderies. A meadery is an informal restaurant with medieval décor (think flags and wooden tables) that serves traditional mead (fruit wine) and fried ‘chicken in the rough’ on wooden platters. There’s the Newlyn Meadery and Trewellard Meadery (Pendeen). Make sure you book your table. Yeghes Da!
Cafe by the coast
The Hoxton Special is the ideal place to warm up after a swim, paddleboarding activity or kitesurfing lesson. Housed in a former lifeguard hut, the cafe is known for its surfer vibes, homemade cakes and lovely coffees. Visit the team’s Instagram page to see their opening hours and what they’re serving for lunch.
Many of the activities in our itineraries are accessible. Click on each individual experience to find out more about its accessibility. We advise that you contact the venue or experience provider in advance to confirm. You can also find information about accessible venues through Access Cornwall.