Planning a holiday in Cornwall at Retallack Resort? There are plenty of things to do and see in and around the local area with a wide range of activities, events, and attractions all at your fingertips. You’ll be spoilt for choice with a variety of both outdoor and indoor pursuits for all ages and interests, with everything from family attractions, theme parks and outdoor activity centres, to art galleries, museums, concerts and gardens.
Our location in north Cornwall means that Retallack Resort is perfectly situated just a short drive away from what’s on in Cornwall, whether you’re a child with energy to burn, a couple wanting to take in the cultural sights, grandparents seeking a peaceful garden tour, or a family yearning for activities, Retallack has the perfect holiday extras for you.
The resort is only 10 minutes from Cornwall’s Crealy Adventure Park, while the Eden Project, Newquay Zoo, Blue Reef Aquarium, the Camel Trail and lots more are just a short drive down the road.
And for those interested in events in Cornwall, there are plenty of festivities taking place in the county throughout the year, including Rock Oyster Festival, Newquay Fish Festival, Eden Sessions, Boardmasters, Polo on the Beach, and Padstow Christmas Festival , to name a few.
On Sunday March 23rd, Retallack Resort and Spa will be hosting the Sainsbury's Sports Relief Mile and everyone is welcome! A variety of entertainment will be on offer throughout the day including a bouncy castle, swing boats, tea cups, swing boats, bungee trampoline and a gourmet BBQ cooked by The Green Room team. Those choosing to partake in the mile are asked to meet at the main resort building at 10.30 am however the day will open to all and entry is free - with those running paying a small donation.
For more information on how to get involved please contact the Health Club team on 01637 882400.
Freaky Nature | Eden Project
Visit Eden during Freaky Nature and you’ll never look at plants the same way again! They’re not all the quiet unassuming types you might think. Discover sticky plants, smelly plants and even carnivorous plants that bite back!
|St. Austell||15/02/2014 - 02/03/2014|
World Pasty Championships | Eden Project
Celebrating the traditional Cornish pasty recipe, as well as some more unusual varieties. From the Americas to Australia, pasties derived from recipes passed down by Cornish emigrants over centuries are eaten and enjoyed by millions of people. Entries from around the world are invited.
St Pirans Day
Held annually on the Sunday closest to St Pirans Day, the festival marks the anniversary of where, according to legend, the saint was washed up on millstone from Ireland in the 5th century AD. Hundreds of people gather, many of which are dressed in black, white and gold, to mark the colours of Cornwall and carry the Cornish flag across the dunes to St Piran's Cross. You can go along and watch the play and join in the walk over the dunes.
|Perranporth, Nr Newquay||03/03/2014|
Click here for a full programme of events taking place in Cornwall across the year.