Hand-picked from our favourite little-bit-more-hidden spots in Cornwall, this is the ultimate guide to where you should be spotted over the cooler months as we discover the coolest winter hangouts in Cornwall.
For the foodie.
From field to plate, discover unforgettable feast nights at Nancarrow Farm. Head towards Truro and nestled within the quaint Cornish lanes you’ll find the turning for Nancarrow Farm. As the name states, Nancarrow is a working farm but is also a location for feast nights like no other. The barns provide the unmistakable backdrop for autumnal and winter evenings where the courtyard fire pit warms and the smell of cooking fodder draws you in. Stroll around the farm and embrace the natural surrounding whilst you sip on a seasonal tipple as your meal is cooked on the fire pit.
– Feast nights from £40pp
For the historian.
Take a step back in time and explore the National Trust Victorian country house, Landhydrock. See how the other half lived back in the day and be transported into the life of a Victorian. Discover over
50 rooms in the historic house including extensive servants’ quarters, the extensive kitchen area and 30-acres of woodland.
– £14.35 per adult
For the artist.
Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and discover a range of exhibitions and displays. Nestled in the quaint fishing town of St Ives, head to the stunning Porthmeor Beach and step into the world of art. Wonder round the rooms of the new “History of modern art” and discover the work of Roger Hilton, Dame Barbra Hepworth and Ben Nicholson OM.
– £7.50 per adult
For the connoisseur.
For those who like a tipple (or two) discover the award winning Polgoon vineyard and orchard in Penzance. Although vines become dormant in the cooler months, there’s still so much to explore when
it comes to vineyards and wine tastings. Discover the winery and production rooms and take in the history before sampling some of the vineyard’s finest creations.
– £12.50 per adult