Cornwall Voted Most Child-Friendly Holiday Destination in the World!

May 1, 2014 by becca.lazar No Comments


We’re very excited to learn that Cornwall has been voted the most child-friendly holiday destination in the world, we’ve decided to put together some of our favourite child-friendly things to do!

1. Visit Trebah Gardens – With large climbing frames, it’s own sandy beach, and gardens to explore

2. Potager Gardens for lunch, all vegetarian and with brilliant garden games to keep you busy

3. Pandora Inn for food and a bit of crabbing

4. A trip to the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth – The helicopter alone will keep children entertained for hours

5. Pendennis Castle is perfect for getting lost in a bit of history, with stunning views of the harbour

6. Walk along the coast path from Swanpool to Maenporth, and of course there are ice-cream stops at both ends!

7. Visit one of the local parks, Kimberly park in central Falmouth is brilliant for children with lots of climbing frames

8. Hire a boat and go for a trip around the creeks on either the Helford River or the River Fal

9. A day out at the Eden Project, about a 45 min drive from Falmouth and brilliant for all ages

10. Cycle on the Camel Trail, it’s quite flat from Wadebridge to Padstow so brilliant for children

11. Visit Roskilly’s farm on the Lizard, with lots of animals and nice walks, see where the delicious ice-cream is created!

12. Build sandcastles at any of the sandy beaches in Cornwall

13. Take a trip to Kennel Vale a beautiful valley just outside of Falmouth

14. Go to the National Seal Sanctuary and see the local seals at feeding time!

15. Tackle the maze at Glendurgan Garden in Mawnan Smith and walk down to Durgan Beach

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