There are so many things for you to do while you are staying with us. Here are just a few ideas within easy reach of Harmony Homestay.
The Eden Project
The world-famous Eden Project is a fun informative day out for all the family whatever the weather.
Lost Gardens of Heligan
Spend a relaxing day exploring the world-renowned restored productive gardens and pleasure grounds.
St Austell Brewery Tours and Tasting
Explore St Austell Brewery’s interactive museum and learn the fascinating story of their pubs, beers, wines and spirits and about the Cornish families who created them.
Caerhays Castle and Gardens
Not many people know about this incredible place on the south Cornish coast. The castle is well worth a trip round and the spring gardens are some of the best in Cornwall with a wonderful collection of plants collected by the family over many years.
Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park
Set in 26 acres of woodland nestling in the historic Ruddle Valley on the outskirts of St Austell, the China Clay Country Park and museum provides a fascinating day out for all the family.
Charlestown – Home of the tall ships
With a museum located in an historic china clay building on the waterfront of the seaport of Charlestown and tall ships regularly moored in the harbour, you can travel back in time here, maybe even taking a tour round a tall ship or even taking her out to sea for a few hours.
Roseland Peninsula – Coastal foot paths
Few places in Cornwall can compare with the Roseland – one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles. Lovely beaches and cliffs, delightful rivers and countryside, pretty villages and hamlets all make the Roseland the perfect day out.
Lanhydrock House and Gardens
This magnificent National Trust late Victorian country house with extensive servants’ quarters, gardens and wooded estate is a must to visit.
Mevagissey Fishing Village
A traditional Cornish fishing village where you can wander the narrow alleyways, browse gift shops and art galleries, try the local ale in one of the many pubs, have a fine dinner in one of the excellent restaurants and finally walk around the moon-lit harbour.
Another popular traditional Cornish village, linked to Mevagissey by a passenger ferry and to the East bank of the river by a car ferry. Well worth a visit.