The perfect place to explore Devon and Cornwall

Ta Mill is ideally situated for touring both Devon and Cornwall. Discover a land full of mystic legend including the rocky headland of Tintagel with King Arthur’s castle and Dozmary Pool, receiver of the sword Excalibur. With the North Cornish coastline only seven miles away, relax on a sheltered sandy beach or take in the stunning views as you follow the coastal footpath. There are many other historic buildings and gardens to visit including English Heritage Launceston castle, Pencarrow and National Trust houses of Lanhydrock and Cotehele.

Boscastle

Explore the picturesque village of Boscastle with cottages dating back to the 15th Century and stroll along its timeless harbour. A few miles down the coast lies Tintagel which boasts superb walks with numerous pubs along the way.

Tintagel Castle

A land full of mystic and legend, discover for yourself the rocky headland of Tintagel with King Arthur’s castle. The castle was recently voted one of the most romantic places in Britain so is a definite must for couples!

Bodmin Moor

Explore the crags and combes of Bodmin Moor. Scale the heights of the rugged but beautiful peaks of Roughtor or Brown Willy for a kestrel’s eye view of the moor. Look out for rare plants such as bog orchids and coral necklace and marvel at her mysterious 4000 year old Stannon or Trippet stone circles.

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Port Isaac

Another beautiful and historic coastal village that offers fantastic walks along the coast or allong the steep and narrow streets.

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Bude & Widemouth

Sandy beaches, stone breakwaters and the canalside walks make this an all weather destination with evening concerts and mouth-watering restaurants.

Padstow

This ancient but busy fishing port is perfect all year round for coastal walks and shopping but in the summer you can fully enjoy the wide sandy beaches of this idyllic town. Visit Padstow on your bike via the Camel Trail.

Eden Project

Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches. One of Britain’s favourite tourist attractions, the Eden Project is a must visit and is a truly unforgettable experience. Eden boasts the world’s largest rainforest in captivity with steamy jungles and waterfalls.

Newquay

Beach, surfing, and scenery draw the crowds to Newquay every summer. A popular destination for surfers. Just out of town, the Holywell Bay Fun Park, Newquay Zoo, and Blue Reef Aquarium provide family fun.


Visited Ta Mill by pure accident and found it to be one of the most relaxing places I have ever been. The owners welcomed us like old friends and provided a service that only genuine nice people can.
Gary

Ta Mill

St Clether, Launceston
Cornwall PL15 8PS
Tel.: 01840 261797
Mob.: 07778 961819
Email: helen@tamill.co.uk

The perfect place to explore Devon and Cornwall

Ta Mill is ideally situated for touring both Devon and Cornwall. Discover a land full of mystic legend including the rocky headland of Tintagel with King Arthur’s castle and Dozmary Pool, receiver of the sword Excalibur. With the North Cornish coastline only seven miles away, relax on a sheltered sandy beach or take in the stunning views as you follow the coastal footpath. There are many other historic buildings and gardens to visit including English Heritage Launceston castle, Pencarrow and National Trust houses of Lanhydrock and Cotehele.

Boscastle

Explore the picturesque village of Boscastle with cottages dating back to the 15th Century and stroll along its timeless harbour. A few miles down the coast lies Tintagel which boasts superb walks with numerous pubs along the way.

Tintagel Castle

A land full of mystic and legend, discover for yourself the rocky headland of Tintagel with King Arthur’s castle. The castle was recently voted one of the most romantic places in Britain so is a definite must for couples!

Bodmin Moor

Explore the crags and combes of Bodmin Moor. Scale the heights of the rugged but beautiful peaks of Roughtor or Brown Willy for a kestrel’s eye view of the moor. Look out for rare plants such as bog orchids and coral necklace and marvel at her mysterious 4000 year old Stannon or Trippet stone circles.

Port Isaac

Another beautiful and historic coastal village that offers fantastic walks along the coast or along the steep and narrow streets.

Bude & Widemouth

Sandy beaches, stone breakwaters and the canalside walks make this an all weather destination with evening concerts and mouth-watering restaurants.

Padstow

This ancient but busy fishing port is perfect all year round for coastal walks and shopping but in the summer you can fully enjoy the wide sandy beaches of this idyllic town. Visit Padstow on your bike via the Camel Trail.

Eden Project

Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches. One of Britain’s favourite tourist attractions, the Eden Project is a must visit and is a truly unforgettable experience. Eden boasts the world’s largest rainforest in captivity with steamy jungles and waterfalls.

Newquay

Beach, surfing, and scenery draw the crowds to Newquay every summer. A popular destination for surfers. Just out of town, the Holywell Bay Fun Park, Newquay Zoo, and Blue Reef Aquarium provide family fun.


Visited Ta Mill by pure accident and found it to be one of the most relaxing places I have ever been. The owners welcomed us like old friends and provided a service that only genuine nice people can.
Gary

Ta Mill

St Clether, Launceston
Cornwall PL15 8PS
Tel.: 01840 261797
Mob.: 07778 961819
Email: helen@tamill.co.uk