What's near the site?

Lowarth is in an excellent position on the stunning North Cornwall coastline and is in close proximity to many of Cornwall’s best attractions. Below is a list of attractions within no more than one hours drive and many very close to Lowarth for you to enjoy.

You can get further information on Cornwall's attractions from the >> Vist Cornwall Website

 

Near By Restaurants

You won’t need to travel far to access many great restaurants and cafes, below is a list of some of the best.

Wadebridge town is just a five minute drive and is a small ‘up market’ town with lots of good restaurants, cafes and pretty shops for you to enjoy. There are also a number of large supermarkets in and around Wadebridge to get groceries. Tesco’s is just a two-minute drive from Lowarth.

 

www.thequarryman.co.uk

Just a short two minute level stroll up the lane is the Quarryman public house and restaurant; they are famous around here for their excellent food and family hospitality.

 

 


www.rickstein.com
www.fifteencornwall.co.uk
www.nathan-outlaw.com

If you enjoy fine dining, Rick Stein has his famous Seafood Restaurant and Bistro in Padstow. Jamie Oliver has ‘15’ at Watergate Bay and Nathan Outlaw has a Michelin star restaurant in Rock.

 

 

Camel Trail Cycling and Walking

www.cornwall.gov.uk

A walk of about 20 minutes or two-minute drive from Lowarth will take you down a beautiful country lane to the Camel Trail, which runs along the River Camel from Bodmin Moor to Padstow. The Camel Estuary is a bird reserve with good salmon and sea trout fishing, in season. The Camel Trail is a lovely nature walk and an even better bike ride. Bikes can be hired in Wadebridge.

 

www.camelvalley.com

The Camel Vallley Vineyard can be accessed off the Trail, so why not stop take a break and sample a glass of award wining fine wine.

 

 

 

 

 

Costal Towns, Beaches, Surfing and Moorland

Lowarth is about 30 minutes drive away from the lovely beaches of Padstow and Rock and famous surfing beaches of Polzeath and Newquay. The quaint coastal town of Port Isaac is only a 25 minutes drive from Lowarth and well worth a visit. Alternatively you could turn in land and head for Bodmin Moor with its ancient Stone Circles, and beautiful wilderness full of wild life.

 

Country Gardens and Period Homes

There are many Period Homes in Cornwall and none are too far to visit from Lowarth. (www.nationaltrust.org.uk)

www.pencarrow.co.uk

Pencarrow House is a 15-minute drive. The splendid Georgian mansion lies between Bodmin and Wadebridge. Great day out for families, history enthusiasts, nature
 

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Lanhydrock House a 25-minute drive. This is a wonderful Victorian country house and estate with lots of events too throughout the year.

 

Gardens

Tim Smit’s Lost Gardens of Helligan and the world famous Eden Project are both under an hour’s drive. These magnificent Gardens just have to be visited whilst in Cornwall. www.edenproject.com - www.heligan.com

 

National Trust Costal Walks

Cornwall has some stunning and breathtaking coastal walks to enjoy. The North Cornwall Coastline boasts many wonderful walks. www.southwestcoastpaths.com

 

For the Children

There are so many great things for children to do in Cornwall, from beaches to build castles, theme parks, woodlands and animal sanctuaries. Places for the children to enjoy are too numerous to list here; instead we will provide a free information pack on your arrival. We will mention just a few that are very close to Lowarth.

www.camelcreek.co.uk

Camel Creek Adventure Park, is only a 15-minute drive away from Lowarth. It’s great for the Kids boasting lots of rides for the older kids and soft play and toddler areas too.

 

The bird of pray centre is just a 15- minutes drive from Lowarth. Home to over 200 birds of prey, many of them owls. A great day out not just for the kids!