Spend the day exploring nearby Mevagissey with its narrow lanes, or relax one of the many sandy beaches in the area.

Trelean Vean Cottage a quaint little semi-detached cottage is set in lawned gardens and has views across the lush Cornish countryside. It sits in a hamlet just outside the village of St Ewe with its excellent local pub and ancient church. The absolutely stunning Lost Gardens of Heligan a Victorian lost garden now lovingly restored is 20 minutes’ walk away and has a local farm shop for all you need as well as a great café for lunch or breakfast. The gardens are a stunning walk and a must see for all that visit the area. Nearby St Austell is great for stocking up with local shops supermarkets a golf course and a cinema.\nThere is plenty to see including the nearby village of Mevagissey which centres around a pretty working harbour with narrow lanes full of shops cafés and restaurants along with some great pubs. You can book some sea fishing direct from the harbour or catch a ferry across to Fowey right at the other side of St Austell Bay.\nThere are many beaches just minutes from Trelean Vean Cottage including the outstanding Pentewan beach sitting at the bottom of a wooden valley which has ancient woodland and an off-road cycling or walking trail leading all the way back to St Austell. Gorran Haven with its large sandy beach is the perfect place to while away a sunny day and has all you need for the perfect beach holiday including rock pools and a beach café. The south Cornwall coastline is dotted with secret sandy coves and pretty little secluded beaches all waiting to be explored.\nThe world class Eden Project is simply a must and is surrounded by walking and cycling trails. Golf horse riding surfing sailing health spas and scuba diving are all available locally. Beach 2½ miles. Shop 1 mile pub and restaurant ½ mile.