Attractions near The Malthouse

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps (1 Mile)*
The National Trust is best known for its grand stately homes and estates, but it also manages 709 miles of coastline and 254,000 hectares (627,000 acres) of English countryside.
Newquay Zoo (6 Miles)*
Get closer to over 130 species at award winning Newquay Zoo! See the penguins relaxing in their pool, visit the creepiest crawlies in the atmospheric tropical house, watch the big cats get their lunch and learn more about conservation.
Trerice (7 Miles)*
Visitors will discover the unexpected gem of Trerice hidden behind typical North Cornwall lanes with high hedges covered in wild flowers.
Pencarrow (10 Miles)*
Pencarrow is a private house still owned and lived in by the Molesworth-St.Aubyn family. The present house was built during the 1760's.
Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and Country Park (12 Miles)*
Wheal Martyn offers a great day out for everyone, set within 26 acres in the heart of Cornwall on the site of two former clay pits, the picturesque site includes nature trails, woodland walks and is home to the UK's only china clay heritage centre.
Old Mill Herbary (13 Miles)*
The Old Mill Herbary is located in an idyllic valley setting, with about 5 acres of semi-wild terraced gardens on a steep south-facing bank.
Lanhydrock House (14 Miles)*
Lanhydrock House is cleverly laid out as if the family has just stepped out. Buckets are lined up in the housemaids' closets, black boots stand polished by the bed and tobacco pipes lie waiting.
Trewithen House, Gardens and Nurseries (14 Miles)*
The outstanding Trewithin Gardens, created over a hundred years ago, are internationally famous.
Eden Project (15 Miles)*
This Living Theatre of Plants and People is a vibrant reminder of our place in nature and is a living demonstration of regeneration.
Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre (15 Miles)*
The Centre tells the history of diving, salvage and shipwrecks from the earliest times to the present day. It also reveals what life was like in the Georgian village and seaport of Charlestown.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near The Malthouse
St. Eval (2 Miles)*
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Padstow (4 Miles)*
Padstow is built on a hillside overlooking the Camel Estuary. Padstow was once considered the ecclesiastical capital of Cornwall, from the time St. Petroc arrived here from Ireland in the 6th century, and founded a monastery.
Newquay (6 Miles)*
Newquay is Cornwall's most popular and liveliest resort, with magnificent beaches and a major centre for surfing. Climbing up behind the beaches are high cliffs with exciting caves, the best is at Porth Island, Newquay's original settlement.
Polzeath (7 Miles)*
Polzeath could be called Betjeman country; Polzeath was a favourite place of the poet the late Sir John Betjeman and extolled in his verse. The poet is buried at the Church of St. Enodoc on the sand dunes.
Crantock (8 Miles)*
Cubert (9 Miles)*
Roche (10 Miles)*
Port Isaac (10 Miles)*
Port Isaac has been a fishing port since the Middle Ages. Cottages line the steep narrow twisting streets and geranium filled alleys ('drangs') which run down to the harbour.
Perranporth (12 Miles)*
Perranporth was a tin mining village in the 19th century; it is now a family resort with a 3-mile long beach, a popular place for surfing and sand yachting. Perranporth also has a golf course and boating lake and there are fine cliff walks.
Ladock (12 Miles)*
Ladock is a small, unspolied and charming village in the very centre of Cornwall. It has an outstanding pub, several excellent guesthouses and a superb group accommodation at Woodland Valley Farm.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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