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Places to go and things to do within 40 minutes driving distance from Dolbeare Park...

Whilst on holiday in this beautiful part of Cornwall, if you find hidden gems that other visitors would be interested in, please let us know so that we can add them to our web site.

Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park

Mount Edgcumbe Country Park enjoys a superb setting and overlooks Plymouth Sound and the River Tamar. The Park has been famous since the 18th Century when the Edgcumbe family created formal gardens, temples, follies and woodlands around their Tudor house.

Lots to do here from Segway safari's to Disc golf - fun for all the family!

The South West Coast Path runs through the Park for nine miles along the coastline.

Open all Year
Telephone 01752 822586 Postcode Pl10 1HZ

25 mins by car

Trethorne Leisure Park

Trethorne Leisure Farm is open all year with indoor and outdoor family facilities including 18 hole golf and driving range, animals, a multi level play arena and one of Cornwall's premier tenpin bowling venues.

Telephone 01566 86324
Postcode PL15 8QE

Morwellham Quay


An award-winning, evocative museum and visitor centre in the heart of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site and Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Encompassing the restored 19th century village, the docks and quays (complete with restored ship), the George and Charlotte copper mine, a Victorian farm and nature reserve. Morwellham is the perfect place for the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of 21st century life as you wander through the tranquil countryside with only the wildlife for company

Tel 01822 832766 PL19 8JL

Or visit their web site

25 mins by car

Sibblyback Lake

Siblyback Lake is surrounded by the striking Bodmin Moor and offers a wide range of facilities and activities including rowing boat hire, sailing, windsurfing and canoeing and is a premier trout fishery. There is some excellent walking around the lake and dogs are welcome. Tea room.

Angling and Watersports Centre: 01579 346522
Tea Room: 01579 343305
Postcode PL14 6ER

25 mins by car

Carnglaze Caverns and Gardens - Liskeard

Carnglaze consists of three underground caverns set in 6.5 acres of wooded hillside of the Loveny Valley at St Neot near Liskeard. Within the caverns is the famous subterranean lake with its crystal clear blue/green water. During the Second World War the Royal Navy used the first cavern, known as the Rum Store, to store its supply of rum. This is now an auditorium where a variety of concerts take place.

Telephone 01579 320251
Postcode PL14 6HQ

25 mins by car

Buckland Abbey - National Trust
Courtesy of Stephen Robson

Buckland Abbey is just off the A386 towards Tavistock. It was the home of Sir Francis Drake – a peaceful place full of swashbuckling stories. There is a full program of events including storytelling and costumed interpretation.

Telephone 01822 853607 Postcode PL20 6EY

30 mins by car

Launceston Steam Railway

The railway links Launceston with the hamlet of Newmills. The line runs for 2.5 miles through the glorious Kensey Valley along the trackbed of the old North Cornwall Railway.

Telephone 01566 775665    Postcode PL15 8DA

30 mins by car