Catch the train to St Ives – instead of battling with traffic & expensive car parking, go to St Erth train station (just off the A30) and catch the most scenic train route to St Ives. The train snakes along the edge of the cliff overlooking a favourite surf spot – Hawkes point which you access by walking across the train tracks.

A walk to Chapelporth along the coastal path west of here and back to the village over the beacon is a favourite. It takes about 3 hours in total including a tea & snack stop at Chapelporth cafe run by Robin. Chapelporth is a beautiful cove just west of here, in high season dogs are not allowed on the beach. At low tide you can walk along the beach to the next settlement Porthtowan. Be aware of when the tides turn though, it can be dangerous. A tide timetable is kept at reception, so just ask!
A heads up: in high season dogs are not allowed on the beach at Chapel Porth, try Perranporth or St Agnes as a alternative for a walk with your pooch.

Coasteering - Tim & James run Coastal Rush, if you’re up for an adrenalin rush give these guys a go. We love it! Call 07182 552002.
A day trip to Falmouth, many of us at the pub would live in Falmouth if we weren’t living in St Agnes. While you are there catch a boat to St Mawes, or catch a boat from Truro to Falmouth for a beautiful trip along the river Fal.

St Just in Rosleand – visit the peaceful Church on the edge of St Just Creek, get there by catching the ferry from Trelisssick to Phileigh – explore the Roseland Peninsula – it's an awesome place.

Visit the Minack theatre and Porthcurno beach. Park at Treen nearby and walk along the coastal path via Logan’s Rock - Pedn Vounder beach has a sand bar and is stunning on a summer’s day.

Head to Land ’s End Park at Sennen Cove, walk the coastal path to the End of Great Britain. Taking this route has far more impact than entering via the commercial front of the site.

Lamorna offers an unusual cute little cove on the south coast strewn with massive boulders, it is near Mousehole. Take a stroll along the beach, followed by a tasty pasty.

Trevaunance Cove. Our own little beach at St Agnes is perfect for a chilled day on the beach, complete with a swim and a pint of Driftwood ale or Cornish lager.

For more ideas just chat to a member of staff. For days out there is still the Lizard, Helford passage, Zennor, Harlyn Bay, Fowey and many more things to do – the possibilities are endless!