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Exploring

The surrounding area
Wainsford walking

Nearby

On foot and paw

Within Wainsford Estate’s 19 acres of grounds, you are free to stroll through the open parkland or along the shady river bank, or you can stretch your legs a little by heading across the Warleggan River up into the meadow and ancient woodland beyond.

Heading east along the bridle path from Wainsford for 500 metres will take you past our closest dog-friendly pub, The Halfway House Inn.

Within a 30 minute drive

On our doorstep

Bodmin, Looe, Polperro, Fowey and Liskeard, the dog friendly Par Sands, along with St Austell and the world-famous Eden Project, are all easily accessible being only a short drive from Wainsford.
Some other favourites:

  • The picturesque village of St Neot has a lovely circular walk taking in local highlights and best of all includes the dog friendly London Inn pub.
  • Cardinham Woods is another firm favourite, with numerous walks and cycle trails with a very dog friendly café.
  • National Trust property, Lanhydrock is a magnificent late Victorian country house with garden and wooded estate just a short drive away.
Wainsford Riverside Cottages dog walking
Wainsford reeds

Further afield

A good day out

Cornwall is famed for its rugged landscape, quaint villages, tropical gardens and fabulous beaches on both north and south coasts –all of which are within easy reach from Wainsford.

The world-renowned Lost Gardens of Heligan are well worth a visit, and Holywell Bay and Widemouth Bay on the north coast are particularly dog friendly.

Essence of Cornwall