There is so much to see in Cornwall from amazing beaches to michelin starred restaurants to fabulous spas and art galleries. bluehouse is a perfect base from which to explore this beautiful county
Watergate Bay is only minutes away. Two miles of golden sand at low tide stretches towards Newquay and out to sea enormous waves come in from the Atlantic providing a spectacular sight and a popular surfing and kitesurfing spot.
Other amazing beaches nearby are
Cornwall is a foody heaven. Along with annual food and drink festivals, artisan producers, pop-ups, feast nights and foodie clubs, there are plenty of award winning restaurants all around for you to explore. Some of our favourites include
-Jamie Olivers Fifteen, Watergate
-Wet Dog Pizza Newquay
-Beachhut , Watergate
-Rick Steins Padstow
-Nathan Outlaws, Rock
-Paul Ainsworth, Padstow
-The Porthmeor Café, St Ives
With 300 miles of stunning South West Coast Path or 2400 miles of inland paths, there is no shortage of special places to discover when walking in Cornwall. You might just want a stroll along your favourite beach or would rather tackle one of the longer routes like the Saint's Way, whichever, walking is one of the most popular activities in Cornwall.
Watergate Bay is the Uk's most prominent surf beach and is home to the annual British surf championships .
For lessons we recommend Joel at the West Country Surf School located in Watergate bay
Other sports to try include
If its a massage or treatment you are after the Spa at the Watergate Bay Hotel is just minutes away.
The spa also runs yoga classes.
Private Yoga classes can also be arranged at the bluehouse
Other spas we recommend are
-The spa at the Scarlet Hotel
-The spa at the Nare Hotel
-The spa at Bedruthan Steps
Other places to visit while staying at the bluehouse
-Lost Gardens of Heligan
-Cardinham Woods Biking
-Lanhydrock National Trust
-St Michaels Mount
-Tate Gallery St Ives
-100s of beaches