Local Attractions And Top Places To Eat And Drink
Trewiston is superbly located in a wonderful part of North Cornwall close to some of Cornwall's top places to visit. Padstow, Polzeath, Rock and Wadebridge are all just a few miles away. Whether you're looking for a classic Cornish beach day or a stunning cycle ride along the trackbed of a converted railway line you're in the right place. For foodies, there are all sorts of fantastic options to set your taste buds going within a few miles of Trewiston.
Camel trail4.0 Miles
The Camel Trail provides access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. The Camel Trail is an 18 mile surfaced and virtually level multi use trail for cyclists and walkers passing through some of the most spectacular countryside in the south west.
Following a the old railway route the trail accompanies the Camel Estuary from Padstow to Wadebridge before taking the journey through the deep and beautifully wooded Camel Valley to Bodmin. Near Bodmin a branch line offers the option to track along next to the river inland to the edge of Bodmin Moor where it comes to an end below Blisland, an extraordinarily pretty moorland village with an award winning pub.
Beautiful landscapes and diverse bird and plant life create a stunning and constantly changing backdrop for a magical dayout to remember for many years to come. There are lots of local shops, pubs and attractions to explore along the way and there are easy bike hire options in Padstow, Wadebridge and Bodmin.
Camel Creek Family Theme Park11.0 miles
Camel Creek Adventure Park is a vibrant and welcoming visitor destination year-round, uniquely interpreting the legends of the area and famous for delivering great adventures and days out for the whole family. The Park is an all-weather attraction and open all year round, with annual activities reflecting the seasons.
Daymer Bay1.1 miles
The beach at Daymer Bay is within the mouth of the Camel Estuary so is pretty sheltered and is gently sloping making it safe for swimming. At the south the end of the beach is the grassy mound of Brea Hill which is worth a climb for excellent views of the area. At the foot of the hill a little way from the beach lies St Enodoc Church, which has a fascinating history to discover.
Trevibban Mill vineyard12.0 miles
Nestled in the heart of the Cornish countryside, Trevibban Mill is an award-winning working vineyard known for its stunning collection of Cornish wines and cider all made within a stylish and contemporary winery in a beautifully rural setting. Close to the dramatic North Cornish coast, next to the picturesque fishing village of Padstow
Padstow Harbour by Ferry2.5 miles
Padstow is a small commercial port situated within the estuary of the River Camel and has all the charm of a classic, historic, Cornish fishing town. Padstow is famous for its many amazing eateries including restaurants from Paul Ainsworth and Rick Stein, but also many hidden gems like Greens of Padstow and Prawn On The Lawn. Padstow boasts lots of shops so it’s certainly a wonderful day out. Padstow is linked to Rock by passenger ferry and also the water taxi at night.
Polzeath beach1.9 miles
When the tide is out, Polzeath offers a huge expanse of sandy beach attracting families who while the day away digging sandcastles and body boarding. The beach is also popular with surfers due to its easily accessible location and long slow breaking consistent waves.
The Mariners1.8 miles
Paul Ainsworth took over The Mariners pub in Rock in 2019. It is a stylish place to eat with lovely views over Cornwall’s Camel Estuary. Alongside lots of tempting food choices are offered plenty of 1st class drinks including the fine ales and beers from Sharp’s Brewery who started out their brewing just five minutes down the road.