The world-famous beaches of Newquay are just 5 miles away from White Acres. Whether you’re looking for some simple relaxation on the sands, or want to get active surfing, paddleboarding or coasteering there’s always plenty to entertain.
Further along the coast you’ll find some of Cornwall’s most treasured fishing towns and villages including St Austell and Padstow.
And the adventures continue inland at the Eden Project and Dairyland Farm World. Both provide up-close encounters with nature and wildlife to capture the little one’s imaginations.Request a brochure Arrange a visit
Enjoy a wide day out at the home to hundreds of wild animals all set in lush sub-tropical lakeside gardens. Explore everything from the amazing open rainforest exhibit to the Dragon Maze!
Dairyland Farm World
A fun all weather attraction where the whole family could have hours of fun playing on mini tractors, assault course and trampolines. Visit the Animal Ark to pet, feed and meet the animals.
Blue Reef Aquarium
Discover the magic of the undersea world through 30 living displays, from the dramatic Cornish coastline to the underwater gardens of the Mediterranean.
The Eden Project
Explore these famous global gardens and experience the sights and smells of the world's largest rainforest in captivity.
Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm
A trip to Cornwall wouldn't be complete without a taste of the region's famous cyder, and what better place to do it at than the regions largest cyder farm? Home to the famous Cornish Scrumpy and many more, come and have a slurp and a shop!Major Town/City
Newquay is the surf capital of the UK and has over 11 fantastic beaches to choose from, many with the coveted Blue Flag status. This trendy town also has a wealth of shops, restaurants and a wide range of attractions for all the family.
The only established city in Cornwall, Truro offers a wealth of attractions for visitors including a large selection of shops, bars and restaurants as well as its magnificent cathedral.
St Agnes is a picturesque hillside village on the north coast of Cornwall, with a rich heritage in the tin mining industry. Visitors can visit the beacon and walk along the rugged coastline around the village.
St Austell is a bustling market town full of character with lots of local shops and restaurants as well as many leisure facilities including a bowling alley and a cinema.
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