Local Attractions
Trevillis Bungalow has an excellent position, in a quiet countryside location but near to the A38 and A30 main roads and also Liskeard mainline railway station. All the famous attractions such as the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Newquay and Padstow are all within easy reach by car. You can find out about all of these from the Liskeard Tourist Information Centre. However, if you’d like some more information on the nearby places of interest please read on.

Village InnThe Village Inn
Rosecraddoc has its own bar and restaurant and is only 100m from Trevillis Bungalow. They serve a range of food and drinks, have a large screen TV and regular music and entertainment including summer BBQs.

SiblybackSiblyback Lake & Watersports Centre
Surrounded by Bodmin Moor, the lake’s facilities include sailing, wind surfing, canoeing, walking and fishing, birdwatching, children’s play area and tea room.

PolperroLooe and Polperro
Looe consists of East Looe, which includes the harbour, shops and sandy beach and West Looe which is quieter but also has shops and restaurants.

Polperro is a picture book village with narrow winding streets, houses perched on the steep slopes near the harbour and beautiful views throughout.

Jamaica InnJamaica Inn
Jamaica Inn hotel, Cornwall’s legendary coaching house which was immortalised in Daphne du Maurier’s novel of the same name, has stood high on Bodmin Moor for over four centuries.

Trago MillsTrago Mills Shopping Centre
Discover Trago’s original Cornish site in the picturesque wooded Glynn Valley, on the A38 between Liskeard and Bodmin. Ideal for bargain hunting in the shops and then relaxing afterwards in the grounds.

Bodmin MoorBodmin Moor
First farmed over 4000 years ago by bronze age settlers Bodmin Moor is of one the last great unspoilt areas in the South West and much of its prehistoric and medieval past remains untouched. It is a haven for walking and rambling.

Carnglaze CavernCarnglaze Caverns
Carnglaze consists of three underground caverns set in 6.5 acres of wooded hillside of the Loveny valley at St. Neot, near Liskeard. You can take a guided tour, which will last for about 45 minutes, through the three caverns of cathedral proportions, hand created by local slate miners.

Within the complex is the famous subterranean lake with it crystal clear blue/green water. During the tour you will go about 150m into the hillside and 60m below ground.

As well as the craft and mineral shop, there is a refreshment area with vending machines giving hot and cold drinks and snacks. Picnic areas are available in the gardens.

Enjoy the thrill and excitment of racing against your family and friends in this mini Grand Prix. Follow the results on our computer displays, and strive to be the top driver on the day!

Donkey ParkTamar Valley Donkey Park
Cornwall’s only donkey sanctuary. Great entertainment for all the family. Breathtaking views of Plymouth Sound and acres of space to enjoy. Hot & cold meals & Cornish cream teas available from the cafe.

Monkey SanctuaryThe Monkey Sanctuary

The Monkey Sanctuary Trust is home to a social colony of woolly monkeys and a small group of rescued ex-pet capuchin monkeys. The Trust provides advice and support for primate rescue centres around the world. Each year the Trust educates thousands of visitors on monkey life in the wild and in captivity, on the ethics and problems of captivity, about ideas for rehabilitation as well as other animal welfare and conservation issues.

Adrenalin Quarry

The UK’s biggest Zip Wire and largest Giant Swing. Combined with fresh water coasteering and England’s only BLOB! This activity centre has enough for several days entertainment!