The Old Chapel House is located on the outskirts of St. Mabyn, a village on the top of a hill surrounded by undulating farmland and nicely positioned between Wadebridge and Bodmin Moor.

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North Cornwall has many beautiful and sandy beaches. They are great for walking, surfing, kite surfing, windsurfing and bathing. They include Polzeath, Daymer Bay, Rock and Constantine Bay near Wadebridge and Booby Bay, Harlyn Bay and Watergate Bay between Newquay and Padstow.

Further north there are a number of enchanting coves such as Port Quin, Port Gavern, Port Isaac and Crackington Havern, aswell as many beaches such as Trebarwith Strand and the beaches of Bude.

An attraction of north Cornwall is The Camel Trail, it is a cycle trail from Padstow to Wadebridge and bikes can be hired from either side. It runs along the Padstow estuary with inspiring views and wonderful wildlife.

Good, local pubs include the St. Mabyn Inn (within walking distance) and the St. Tudy Inn. Also nearby is the Old Inn in St. Breward, the Malsters Arms in Chapel Amble, the Longcross in Trelights, the St. Kew Inn in St. Kew Churchtown and the Cornish Arms in Pendoggett. In Port Isaac there is the Port Gaverne Hotel and the Golden Lion. At all the pubs it is advisable to book for evening meals.

Restaurants: Popular local restaurants include The Edge and Slipway at Port Isaac. Padstow hosts a number of restaurants most notably Rick Stein's famous Seafood restaurant and St. Petrocs. Watergate Bay has The Beach Hut and Jamie Oliver's new 15.

North Cornwall is home to a tremendous choice of courses to suit all golfers.

All have beautiful views from seascapes to beautiful gardens and woodlands. They include Bowood Park (near Lanteglos), St Kew (which is very near to the Old Chapel House), Lanhydrock and Lostwithiel (near Bodmin), Roserrow (near St Minver) and Trevose (near Constantine Bay).

St Enodoc at Rock is a wonderful links course over looking the Camel estuary.