Come rain or shine, there is so much to see and do – there are simply so many Cornwall attractions. With its idyllic coves, sandy beaches and pretty harbour towns and villages to explore, it’s easy to forget that Cornwall also has so many top class family attractions.
Cornwall’s wide range of attractions are suitable for the whole family – which can come in handy if the Cornish weather isn’t being so kind. From adrenaline-fuelled rides and rollercoasters to great family fun at the zoo… At Kenegie Manor, you are close by some of Cornwall’s biggest and best family attractions.
Here we’ve put together a list of our top 5 Cornwall attractions…
Read what our guests say...
I’ve just spent an absolutely fabulous and very relaxing 3 weeks here. I stayed in a Barn Conversion, which exceeded all expectations.
A brand new kitchen had been fitted, with a dishwasher, that was a nice surprise. Also there was a shower and a bath, I was only expecting a shower, so happy to find this. The 2 settees looked new, as did the large TV.
Overall the barn was lovely. I was not overlooked and the double doors were great to open wide and let the sun in. It was so peaceful and relaxed.
Due to Covid restrictions not lifting until my final week, I used the Old Forge on site food delivery service. This was easy to use with quick service and food of good quality. The fishburger was excellent along with the chocolate brownie.
I ate in the Old Forge once restrictions lifted. This has had a complete renovation and wow, it looks brilliant with personable and capable staff.
However, a special mention has to be made of the fish and chips. Oh my goodness, I was blown away with the quality of this. I’m a massive fish and chips fan, and I can honestly say that this was the best one I’ve ever been served. The batter and the homemade tartare sauce were excellent and a huge credit to the chef.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, as did my family and the dog. It was an ideal base for South West Cornwall.
I have already booked again for next year! Tripadvisor Review, May 2021