Poltarrow Farm is set away in green rolling countryside. A super location to discover the unique magic of the south coast with its quiet, soft, beauty or the salty expanse and dramatic coastline of the north coast.
The Eden Project
Countless Wonderful Beaches
The Polgooth Inn
A short drive from Poltarrow you will find...
You can find out more about what you will find when you get out and about here.
Don’t miss a chance to visit The Eden Project's indoor rainforest (+4 (0)1726 811911). It’s the largest in the world and makes a unique setting for seasonal concerts and gigs, with steamy jungles and waterfalls, an ice rink in the winter and year-round treetop walks.
More than just a garden, recovered and restored The Lost Gardens of Heligan near Mevagissey, is a garden for all seasons, so whether you plan to visit in the hazy buzz of mid-summer, or the tranquillity of winter, you are guaranteed a unique experience.
The twin harbours are bustling with busy fishing boats bringing in the catch of the day whilst the bobbing pleasure boats ready to ferry trippers along the coast. The narrow streets satisfy those seeking souvenirs or a bite to eat.
Charlestown is one of Cornwall’s most photogenic villages due to its magnificently authentic Georgian harbour and resident fleet of magnificent sailing ships and has taken starring roles in over 25 TV series. If you time it right you might catch Poldark leaning over the wall!
The home of Daphne Du Maurier, the winding streets run along the river to the sea. Boat trips at the quayside take you up the river to Wind in the Willow country or the quay wall makes an ideal place for dangling crab lines. Shopping enthusiasts will discover buzzy boutiques whilst the other half can find refuge in vibrant cafes and restaurants.
Dating back to the 12th century and the stannary town of Cornwall, Lostwithiel is now a mecca for antique and vintage seekers and offers serious mooching territory with a plethora of eating places. For plant enthusiasts The Duchy Nursery is certainly worth a visit and the tea room provides an excellent sticky bun when sustenance is required.
With its crystal clear waters and remarkable views it is easy to see why Henry VIII built a defensive, coastal fort in St Mawes. A sanctuary for galleries and craft workshops St Mawes also has a fine selection of pubs and restaurants. Fishing trips can be arranged from the quayside when you may catch a glimpse of dolphins or seals if you are lucky.
Head for Cornwall, from the A30 or A38 follow the signs to St Austell (A390). One mile from St Austell turn right at St Mewan School. Poltarrow Farm is approximately a quarter of a mile on the left.
If you are using SatNav please enter the postcode PL26 7DR which will bring you to our entrance.
There are services to St. Austell Approx 2 miles where you can hire a car or take a taxi.
Regular National Express services Via Plymouth to St. Austell.
To Newquay Airport on BA and Flybe daily.
Ferry links from France & Spain to Plymouth.
You can call Europcar for Newquay Airport on 01637 860337, Beech Motors 5 minutes for St Austell railway/bus station, offer a pickup service and car seats for children on 01726 74743 or Thrifty Car Hire, Truro on 01872 223638