Beaches, surfing, biking, walking…and much more.
Within a few miles of Barn Steps you will find lots to see and do. Just two miles to the atmospheric Miners Inn at Mithian, (Sunday roasts recommended!) and less than 4 miles to the nearest beach along the St Agnes Heritage Coast – look out for the cast of Poldark! With shopping and cultural events in the beautiful city of Truro and a host of National Trust properties and gardens within easy reach, you’ll find something for everyone.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project is arguably Cornwall’s most famous eco tourist attraction; huge biomes house exotic plants and there are regular events held throughout the year. It’s well worth a finding out what events are happening during your stay.
Our farm is less than four miles away from the stunning St Agnes Heritage Coastline. Here you will find golden sands, wonderful beaches for surfing and swimming and miles of unspoilt coastline to walk and explore.
The Minors Arms
The Minor’s Arms is a sixteenth century pub packed with history, atmosphere and excellent food. We recommend the Sunday lunches! Just two miles up the road this is within easy access of The Barn Steps.
The National Trust offers something for everyone, and Cornwall is lucky to have nearly 50 National Trust sites on offer … if you love gardens, walking, quaint shops and historical building, or you just want some ideas for a wet day, the National Trust in Cornwall is well worth a look at.
Love ice cream? Callestick Farm is the place to go! Cornish ice cream made with free range milk from Callestick Farm’s grass fed herd. Award winning ice cream made with fresh whole milk – if you love ice cream Callestick Farm should be on your holiday agenda!
The Minack is a unique theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic ocean near Penzance, Cornwall. The Minack puts on a dramas, musicals, opera and comedy every summer – well worth a visit. Look like a local and take a delicious Cornish pasty to eat while you watch!
Healey’s Cider Farm
Sample Healey’s Cider Farm range of ciders, wines, juices, and jams – all of which are produced on the farm. There’s plenty for the whole family to do. Try a guided tour through the press house, jam factory, distillery and a tractor ride through the orchard.
There’s always something going on in Cornwall, from festivals to theatre and music events. What’s on Cornwall has information on upcoming events so you can see what is going on during your stay with us.