With miles of stunning coastline, rolling moorland, protected heathland
, enough beaches
to visit one every day of the year, an exciting art scene and World Heritage Sites,
Cornwall both on and off the water has endless possibilities for everyone who visits. Enjoy stunning gardens, beach walks, heritage attractions, golf and, for those who fancy something a little more active, plenty of outdoor or water-based activities.
Located just a short drive from the quaint fishing village of Mevagissey, the stunning village of Charlestown, and renowned tourist attractions such as Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan, Natural Retreats Trewhiddle provides the perfect spot to explore the region
The village of St Just in Roseland is 40 minutes away, famous for its 13th Century church set in riverside gardens luxuriantly planted with semitropical shrubs and trees
. Other local highlights include Pentewan and Carrick Roads, a large natural harbour which connects Falmouth and Truro, which can be crossed on the King Harry Ferry. Trewhiddle is located just one mile from the beach
and benefits from excellent transport links, being just 15 minutes away from the A30. The location makes it an ideal spot for a weekend break in Cornwall.
In Trewhiddle, Cornwall you are never more than 16 miles from the sea and Natural Retreats provides the perfect gateway to the English Riviera. Natural Retreats self-catering holiday residences are well placed for the whole family to enjoy a holiday, nestled in a valley of farmland between St Austell golf course and the beach at Pentewan sands.
Trewhiddle, Cornwall is an idyllic location to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, breathe in the fresh sea air and appreciate the wonder of nature. Beautiful cliffs, rugged coastal paths and diverse wildlife are just a few reasons why Trewhiddle, Cornwall is a much-loved holiday location.