Situated on the North Cornwall coastline, Holywell Bay Golf offers first-class fairways and coastal views overlooking the National Trust protected beach at Holywell Bay. Visitors are always made welcome at Newquay’s Holywell Bay Golf and with two 18-hole courses, there’s something for all level of golfers.
Our stunning 18-hole, Par 3 golf course provides a competitive course for golfers of all standards. Small, well-built and contoured greens, challenging approaches and beautiful sea views blend together to create an enjoyable round of golf in Newquay, Cornwall. If you’re looking for a great family day out in Newquay or a round of golf with your mates, then our 18-hole Pitch and Putt Course is made for you! Complete with sensibly distanced fairways, well-kept greens and the famous cliff-hanging 18th hole, there really is no more exciting or better value golf club near Newquay. With no dress code, no booking required and club hire included in the price, Newquay’s Holywell Bay Golf offers two truly entertaining and competitive courses for golfers of all standards. Widely considered, ‘the best 18-hole Pitch and Putt course in the South West’ there’s everything you could wish for when planning a day out in Newquay.
Holywell Bay Golf, Holywell, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5PW
Inspiring art and breath-taking scenery meet at Tate St Ives. The iconic gallery overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, and showcases some of the best-loved British artworks of the twentieth century alongside an ever-changing programme of exhibitions embracing the best of British and International modern and contemporary art.
Discover how a small fishing town became an art capital of the world, and how St Ives became famous as a centre of abstract art after the second world war. Encounter iconic art works by celebrated figures including Barbara Hepworth, Peter Lanyon, Sandra Blow and Patrick Heron. The displays reveal the relationships between artists associated with St Ives and wider events in art history, also featuring work from the Tate Collection by Henri Matisse, Mark Rothko, Pablo Picasso, Bridget Riley, Pauline Boty and Lubaina Hamid.
Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden: Just a 10-minute walk from the gallery through St Ives you can discover the magical home and unique garden of one of the greatest sculptors of the twentieth century. Over 30 sculptures in bronze, stone and wood, are on display in the magical garden and museum.
Our café has spectacular views over the old town of St Ives and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a must visit for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or a glass of wine. Our menus change seasonally, ingredients are sourced locally where possible and all dishes are made fresh from scratch on the premises by our talented chef. Our shop offers a unique range of gifts inspired by local landscapes and artists, and a fantastic range of art books.
Tate St Ives, Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives, England TR26 1JZ, United Kingdom
This museum was founded by The Royal Institute of Cornwall in 1818 to promote excellence in science and art and to forward the world-leading industries that Cornwall was known for. In over 200 years The Royal Institute of Cornwall has established the museum, along with the Courtney Library, and a programme of lectures to further its original aim.
Our mission is to provide a welcoming, dynamic and lively cultural hub centred around our collections, that inspires people to explore, thrive and have fun. We are a charity that does not receive regular funding. Public support through donations and visitor income is vital to our success. We are grateful for the support provided by grants from Arts Council England through Cornwall Museums Partnership and Cornwall Council.
We are proud to say we are an Accredited museum and uphold high standards of care with all our collections.
Royal Cornwall Museum, River Street, Truro, England TR1 3AG, United Kingdom
Experience Cornwall Tours offers private, scenic, guided tours of Cornwall, by a passionate, professional, and friendly guide. Driven in the luxury of our 8-seater VW bus, by an advanced driver, who knows the narrow Cornish roads. Louise prides herself on offering guests a unique insight into Cornwall’s hidden gems and must-see landmarks. Drawing on her local knowledge, she has created 8 unique day tours, 2 in each region, to get the most out of your time here. Each tour has a variety of attractions to suit all interests, including beauty spots, historical sites, flora, fauna, culture and heritage.
Each private tour gives guests the opportunity to walk part of the South West Coast Path, along with a complimentary Cornish cream tea picnic. For your convenience, guests are collected from their accommodation anywhere in Cornwall. Their 8-hour tour starts and ends at their front door. They also offer flexible start time.
All our tours can be customised. On their website they have specialty tours and places of interest to help us create the perfect day out. These include, gardens, historical building, food & drink, Poldark, Rosamunde Pilcher, Doc Martin and much more.