Nestled in a sheltered valley of beautiful landscaped gardens and woodlands
, Hustyns guarantees tranquillity and privacy. Truly an oasis of luxury and unsurpassed facilities, where you can enjoy a subtle blend of country life and modern living in the heart of north Cornwall.Wadebridge
(3.5 miles away) is perfectly placed for discovering the region’s abundant natural attractions and activities,
and to mine the rich seam of history, myth and folklore so evocative of Cornwall. Whether on a quest for King Arthur at Tintagel Castle,
in search of Cornwall’s literary links to Betjeman and du Maurier, or the cuisine of celebrity chef Rick Stein at his Padstow eateries;
it’s all within easy reach. Bustling market towns, smugglers’ coves, historic monuments, grand houses and gardens
, awesome coast and countryside all await you. If you’re ready to ride the surf or tee off within the sight and sound of crashing waves, it’s here. There’s an activity for everyone from crazy golf and sea or coarse fishing, to adrenalin pumping extreme sports such as coasteering. Golfers are well served with 35 golf clubs open to the public, including nearby at St. Kew (8 miles away) and St. Enodoc (10 miles away). For a taste of the Cornish coast, head down to Polzeath Beach (11 miles away). The Eden Project
is a must visit for nature enthusiasts - a series of amazing gardens housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.