Just across the estuary from Plymouth, our Torpoint cottages are ideal for touring south Cornwall and Devon. Steeped in nautical history, Torpoint has a busy yacht harbour and is home to the Royal Navy's main training centre.
Explore the Rame Peninsula from your Torpoint cottage
Torpoint is located on the Rame Peninsula, a designated AONB offering picture-postcard villages, secluded beaches, historic attractions, superb walking and water sports, all within close proximity of your Torpoint cottage.
Explore the woodland and riverside trails of Antony House & Garden, edged with beautiful rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias and camellias. Hunt for modern sculptures in the stunning grounds. Step inside the mansion and view the Carew Family's impressive collection of art, furniture and textiles.
Or soak up the views over Plymouth Sound from Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, featuring formal gardens and rare, ancient trees. You can also visit the restored Tudor house in summer, adorned with exquisite family possessions.
Within the boundaries of this sprawling park are the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, synonymous with smuggling and home to pastel-painted fishermen's cottages. Both offer small, sheltered beaches, as well as fantastic opportunities for windsurfing, sailing and diving. Go from one to the other along the South West Coastal Path, then along to Whitsand Bay, where you'll find five miles of dazzling, golden sands - a popular haunt with surfers and great for family days out.
And when you fancy a night on the town or a shopping expedition, simply swap the countryside for the city and hop aboard the ferry to Plymouth.