Tregedna Farm campsite and group accommodation is an ideal base for your holiday, whether you are looking for stunning sandy beaches, watersport opportunities like surfing and kayaking, interesting heritage or inspirational arts & crafts, you are sure to find it in Falmouth, Cornwall.
In the nearby harbour town of Falmouth you will find many good pubs and restaurants to cater for every taste and budget - see our Eating Out guide. There is a good selection of both individual and national shops plus an Asda, Lidl and Sainsburys supermarket just a short drive away.
For local attractions, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and Pendennis Castle are definitely worth a visit, both having interesting exhibits and seasonal activities, as well as spectacular views over Falmouth and the bay.
Cornwall is well known for its mild climate encouraging all year round visitors, and is especially spectacular in the spring season for the early flowers. There are many National Trust gardens and properties within easy reach of Tregedna Farm, including: Glendurgan, Trelissick and St Michaels Mount, and a privately owned garden estate at Trebah. Our Gardens to Visit page has more details.
The Eden Project is just 45 minutes drive away and you can easily spend a whole day exploring and experiencing the award-winning biomes showcasing both tropical and mediterranean plants and shrubs - here too they provide seasonal activities for families.
There are a myriad of museums and galleries throughout Cornwall to visit, including Falmouth Art Gallery which is a welcoming place for families, the Tate St Ives and the Newlyn Gallery.
View the Visit Cornwall promotional guide to being a visitor in Falmouth - it's a great town with lots going on throughout the year, including festivals, music and sailing events.