Reach parts of Cornwall other visitors cannot reach! Enjoy a day cycling traffic-free, along historic tramroads and railways Take in the sights; old mine workings, beautiful wooded valleys and hedgerows filled with wild honeysuckle, gorse, heather and primrose. http://www.cornwallcyclehire.com HALL FOR CORNWALL
The Hall for Cornwall attracts just close to 180,000 theatre-goers each year. The theatre has hosted companies such as Rambert Dance Company and The Royal Shakespeare Company as well as a wide range of entertainers from Bill Wyman and Mike Reid to Coldplay and Wheatus. http://www.hallforcornwall.co.uk
TRELISSICK GARDENS This tranquil garden and estate is renowned for its
glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth
and the sea.
The garden has been planted with an abundance of shrubs so characteristic of Cornwall - camellias, rhododendrons and magnolias - together with many rare varieties of hydrangea and a newly-established Cornish apple orchard.
Walks through 500 acres of riverside woods and parkland sweeping down to the water's edge can be enjoyed all the year round. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Over 200 acres of superb restored and rescued Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and fruithouses, and 22-acre subtropical jungle, are just some of the delights of this "Sleeping Beauty". http://www.heligan.com
Cornwall's newest and most exciting attraction - the Eden Project. It's a masterpiece of engineering, a complex hidden away in an old clay pit. Covering the size of 35 football pitches, some of the roof panels of the biodomes are larger than a London taxi. Inside is a giant global garden; climates and plants range from the Tropics to South Africa, and from the Med to California. http://www.edenproject.com
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL
Housed in an award winning building on the Falmouth harbour-side, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall transports you into the world of small boats and Cornish maritime history. http://www.nmmc.ac.uk
The centre of Truro is less than four miles from Chycara and contains the beautiful cathedral and has the best shopping facilities in Cornwall
KILLIOW GOLF COURSE Just a short distance from Chycara and set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate, this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards.The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amongst the mature trees, the natural water features and indigenous wildlife, including
buzzards, swallows, jays, woodpeckers, dragonflies and, of course, rabbits.
There are 4 par 5s, 4 par 3s and 12 par 4s making 6141yds off the white tees.