The Local area
You’re in beautiful Cornwall, it’s time to make time
Higher Charaton Park is located in a rural setting on the edge of the picturesque village of Pensilva providing immediate access to the shops, playing fields and a community center with gym, function facilities with bar, café and post office (known as the Millennium House).
The Victoria Inn in the village is known for good food within the area. Liskeard is 5 miles to the south and offers further amenities and facilities including shops, restaurants, public houses, secondary school, dentist, supermarkets and leisure center with pool. Callington is 6 miles away with further shopping facilities. As if this wasn’t enough, the famous, historical city of Plymouth is approximately 20 miles to the south and has a theatre, cinema, shopping centers as well as an Aquarium. This is also the home of the breath-taking areas, The Hoe and Barbican.
Local tourist attractions in close proximity of the
Park include the fishing villages of Looe, Polperro, Mevagissey and Fowey. Looe has a fish market, Moorings and a slipway for sailing or even paddle boarding. Higher Charaton is located on the edge of Bodmin Moor which has recently been the backdrop for the filming of the BBC drama Poldark and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with enhanced public access and has been designated the first AONB with international dark skies in 2017.
The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan in the St Austell area make ideal day trips along with the National Trust property of Lanhydrock at Bodmin and Antony House, Torpoint. Further into Cornwall, there are many other tourist attractions including Land’s End, St Michael’s Mount, Penzance, and the Minack Theatre Porthcurno. The North Cornwall coast makes an ideal day trip including Padstow, known for its Rick Stein’s restaurants, Port Isaac made famous by the television program Doc Martin, and incredible surfing beaches including Polzeath.