TRURO Cornwall TR3 6LQ
Due to the location of our wonderful holiday cottages being in the very corner of the South West, spring comes to The Valley a lot earlier than anywhere else. This means you will get the chance to experience all the joys of spring before anyone else in the country.
With a vast array of activities on offer located near our Easter holiday cottages Cornwall, why not take a look at a break at The Valley this Easter?
We have a wide range of activities on offer here, taking place in our exclusive Café Azur. On Good Friday, if you reserve a table prior to your arrival, you will receive 20 per cent off of your food bill.
On the 4th April, children can craft their own individual Easter egg basket, ready for the egg hunt taking place on Easter Sunday.
Starting on the morning of Easter Sunday, our Easter egg hunt will take place throughout the surrounding woodland, where hidden eggs and the Easter bunny can be found! Guided walks will also be available for those of you who may have outgrown the Easter egg hunt. These walks will take place along the river from Truro to Malpas village.
To finish the day, there will be an Easter roast dinner in our restaurant, which includes local Cornish pork and all of the extras!
For more information about our range of Easter activities, a full guide can be found here.
If you are looking to venture out this Easter, here are a few events happening locally:
Situated on its own peninsula, Trelissick is situated in one of the most amazing settings in the country. There are over 30 acres of garden to explore, with a 300 acre estate, which makes for many walks with beautiful views.
Trelissick also has an art gallery displaying work from local Cornish artists, and has a café supplying a range of delicious refreshments.
Located less than a ten minute drive from our holiday cottages, Trelissick Gardens has activities for all of the family this Easter.
Cadbury is helping to support the National Trust by hosting the “Cadbury Eggsplorers” trail, which takes place throughout the gardens. This takes place from the 3rd until the 12th April, and costs £2 per trail, with children more than welcome!
The Daffodil Society show is taking place on the 11th and 12th of April, with Cornwall’s leading daffodil breeder Ron Scamp giving advice on daffodils, as well as his displays made up of hundreds of flowers.
More information can be found on the Trelissick website here.
Running from the 27th March until the 5th April is the Truro festival, showcasing local art, culture and music.
Each day will include a variety of family events and activities, with evening performances to suit whatever level of adventure you are seeking!
There is an Easter Sunday party, running from 2pm – 4pm, featuring a selection of activities. Whether you spend time listing to one of many musical acts, or an Easter themed art workshop, a relaxing family afternoon can be had.
There are also activities for children to take part in, including an Easter egg hunt, and other traditional crafts and games to take part in.
More information about the festival can be found here.