Exploring Cornwall

Wolf Valley is just a two minute drive from the A30 dual carriageway, which makes day trips to Cornwall nice and convenient. Peaceful fishing villages, coastal footpaths and glorious beaches await you.

North Coast

Fishing villages

North Cornwall is just a 30 minute drive from Wolf Valley and home to some of the most picturesque fishing villages. If you’re after that classic postcard-picture feel, head to Port Isaac or Padstow. Grab an ice cream, or treat yourself to some local fish and chips, while sitting on a beautiful harbour decorated with quaint, colourful boats.

South Coast

Coastal Villages

South Cornwall is known for its cosy village communities, sheltered beaches, cliff top walks and garden attractions. There really is plenty to be admired. If you’re after good views, Polperro is a glorious village that spills down onto a stunning harbour. Or, for somewhere rich in history and known for its antique shops, head to Lostwithiel.

Local Beaches

For Surf & Sand

If Cornwall is known for one thing, it’s the golden, sandy beaches. Whether you’re one for hitting the waves, or prefer a calming evening beach stroll, there’s plenty of choice. Cornwall’s north coast is great for surfing, with Fistral, Widemouth, Polzeath and Sennen all being popular choices, whereas the south coast is much more sheltered.

Days Out

For exploring

Some of the best beaches lie at the western point of Cornwall, making them a great opportunity for a day trip. Kynance Cove, situated on the Lizard peninsula, is considered a world-class sea swimming spot. Or, if you’re after something different, take a trip to the iconic Eden Project, home to the world’s largest indoor rainforest. 

Back at Base

A space to wind down

Wolf Valley is all about relaxation. Escape the hustle and bustle of busy cities and retreat to our cabin for a moment of peace. This secluded area has little light pollution, meaning on clear evenings you can enjoy a beautiful starry sky. Swap the sounds of spluttering neighbourhood traffic for the gentle humming of nearby wildlife. The cabin comes stocked with books, a TV and plenty of space to playing evening games if you fancy a snug night in with a glass of wine and the central heating turned up.