Our location on the edge of Bodmin Moor is perfect for walkers, explorers, birdwatchers, horseriders and cyclists.
The local area is rich in Stone Age archaeological remains. Trethevy Quoit, a renowned ancient burial chamber, is a short stroll from Trethevy Farm.
From the Crows Nest pub, an old mining railway track leads on to Bodmin Moor to the magnificent Cheesewring and to The Hurlers standing stone circle near the village of Minions.
The area is dotted with deserted engine houses and other remains of 19th century tin and copper mining industry.
To find out more, you can download a series of mobile apps describing the Caradon Hill area of Bodmin Moor here.
Contact us on: 01579 343186
Activities on the moor
Golitha Falls: the River Fowey runs through a steep-sided gorge amid ancient beech and oak woodland at this famous beauty spot. Beautiful walks.
Siblyback Lake: on the edge of Bodmin Moor, offering windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, wakeboarding, cycling and climbing. More info…
Horseriding: T. M School of Horsemanship in the nearby village of Henwood offers riding lessons and hacking out on the moors. More info…
The Caradon Trail: running close to Trethevy Farm, this 17 mile trail takes in the stunning scenery and rich heritage of this part of Bodmin Moor . You can download the leaflet here.