Find fabulous cycling trails on your doorstep when you stay at Caddy’s Corner.Whether you’re looking for mountain bike routes, long stretches of coastal lanes or a skate park, you can find it in Cornwall. Explore the coast-to-coast route and the old tramways of the mining era. Perhaps spend a day on the Camel Trail which takes you along a level estuary ending in Padstow, a great day out from Caddy’s Corner. We also have some Adrenalin fueling mountain bike trails very close by and a number of great skate and bike parks that will keep you entertained! From spectacular scenery to crazy single track and concrete bowls, there’s something for every cyclist nearby, and don’t worry, there are plenty of places to hire bikes locally.
Enjoy coastal walks in Cornwall.Walk through some of the finest coastal scenery in the British Isles. Whether you’re looking for a short walk, day long adventure or dedicated walking holiday, we really do have it all in Cornwall. The South West coastal path can be accessed all around the coast and although many walk the whole route (630 miles!) you may choose to just pick a cliff walk, pub stroll or beach romp. The coast is full of contrast and you’ll be surprised at how the coastal walks and scenery differ across the south, west and north of Cornwall. The South West coast path is just a short drive from Caddy’s Corner making it a great place to base yourselves if you’re looking for a Cornish walking holiday.
Explore Cornwall on horseback.Ride through beautiful countryside or gallop along the beach, enjoy a sunrise or a sunset trek. Cornwall has a wide range of stables across the county which cater for all levels of rider. Nearby you’ll find Wheal Buller Riding School, alternatively if you’d like to combine a trip to Land’s End with a riding experience, try Land’s End Equestrian Centre. Reen Manor Riding Stables also offers some super coastal treks on Perranporth beach. Why not explore on four legs rather than two?
Create some essential childhood memories of crabbing and sea life, pirate adventures and Cornish cream teas.Crabbing competitions are a must and great fun for all the family. Flushing quay is the perfect spot to go and we can almost guarantee bacon bait will land you a catch! You could also head on a fishing trip from Falmouth or take a ferry to explore the estuary, stopping off at some of Cornwall’s beautiful gardens as you go. The Smugglers Inn is a great cream tea stop after a pirate trip up the river. (Fancy dress recommended but not essential!) There are some fabulous gardens in Cornwall, Trebah and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are particularly special. There are also some fantastic attractions to visit, Eden Project, Paradise Park and Heartlands will keep you busy for a whole day. Or why not head to Trevaskis farm, pick your own fruit and visit the farm animals, there are plenty of pigs, and sometimes piglets, calves and lambs to see.
Indoor activities close to Caddy’s CornerCaddy’s Corner is close to 101 things to do on a rainy day. We know that the British summer might have a damp day here and there so don’t worry, there are lots of options for indoor fun near to Caddy’s. Head to Geevor Tin Mine or the Maritime Museum. Spend an afternoon enjoying tea and cake in Miss Peapods or a roast at the Golden Lion. And, if it’s raining why not get in the sea? We always enjoy a surf or a swim when we’re wet anyway! There are plenty of soft indoor play areas for the children, and many of Cornwall’s major attractions, Eden Project and Paradise Park for example, still have heaps to do in grizzly weather.
Stithians Lake offers a great day out, on and off the water and is just a stones throw from Caddy's Corner. Create your own pirate adventure, take to the water on a sailing quest or let your children run freely in our pirate-themed play area. Fill your day with fun and adventure, walk the nature path or bring your bike and cycle off-road. It’s a 4.8 mile circular route that runs adjacent to the lake, spot birds from our hide and discover Stithians Dam, everyone loves watching water cascade down this megastructure! Don’t forget to bring the dog, enjoy a day out with your four-legged friend. There’s plenty of open spaces for the children (and adults!) to play freely. The Northern cut off and Southern arm of the lake is a designated nature reserve providing a great home to an amazing range of wildlife.