Easter (1st – 15th April) is a fantastic time to visit Cornwall, with spring flowers blooming and a welcome return to warmer temperatures.
It’s the perfect time to sleep under the stars by night and get out and about during the day, to make the most of your stay in our beautiful part of the country.
Once you have settled in to your chosen accommodation at Trevornick – which includes everything from touring and camping pitches, static caravans and luxury lodges – why not try one of our suggestions for a day out, which will be sure to provide fun for all the family whilst bringing you a little closer to nature.
1, Go for a surf! With the weather improving and the sea warming up, why not have a lesson with the long-established Holywell Bay School of Surf? The beach has some great waves and is just a short walk from Trevornick. Visit www.holywellbayschoolofsurf.com
2, Explore 200 years of history at the stunning Lost Gardens of Heligan – just a 30-minute drive from Trevornick. Besides numerous beautiful walks around the grounds, it has a fantastic play area, lots of resident animals and a great café. www.heligan.com
3, Look no further than Trevornick’s three fantastic golf courses for a few hours drinking in the coastal air. The Pitch and Putt suits ages and abilities of all standards, whilst the Par 3 course will challenge the more accomplished players, whilst Mini Golf is perfect for families with younger children. All our courses have majestic views across Holywell Bay and Cubert Common.
4, For those wanting to experience the deep blue stuff which surrounds our county, why not take a two-hour seal and dolphin trip with Atlantis Newquay Fishing Trips? The town, famed for its beaches, is just a 10-minute drive from Trevornick. www.newquayfishingtrips.co.uk
5, Enjoy an unforgettable circular walk of Perranporth Dunes and St Piran’s Oratory, once known as the Lost Church before it was dug out of the sand in 2014. St Piran is the patron saint of Cornwall. Download the walk, which is around a 10-minute drive from Trevornick: www.iwalkcornwall.co.uk/walk/lost_church_and_perranporth