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  • Holiday lets near south west coastal path, cornish beaches: Chapel Porth, Porthtowan and Godrevy, tehidy golf course, ideal for families | Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages, Portreath, West Cornwall
    in Europe When the tin and copper deposits started to be exhausted in the mid 19th century many Redruth men along with their fellow Cornishmen left to work overseas This gave rise to the saying that wherever there is a hole in the ground you will find a Cornishman Many of their descendents return to the area to trace their history at the excellent Cornish Studies Centre in the town Another great source of family history is the Global Migration Project housed in Murdoch House Here the inventor William Murdoch installed the first piped gas supply in the country Redruth was first established as a village in the 12th century With the rise in mining during the industrial revolution the rich tin and copper deposits in the area changed Redruth into a very busy and prosperous industrial town Evidence of these days can be seen in the rows of characterful miners cottages in the town and in the several imposing buildings in and around the main street There are many well preserved old mine chimneys and buildings still to be seen in the surrounding countryside and in fact the whole area has been designated a World Heritage Site because of

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  • Holiday lets near south west coastal path, cornish beaches: Chapel Porth, Porthtowan and Godrevy, tehidy golf course, ideal for families | Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages, Portreath, West Cornwall
    which dot the countryside and coastline are just the start of the story Rayle Farm is situated within a stone s throw of what was up until about 100 years ago the centre of the Cornish mining industry In the 18th and 19th centuries Camborne and Redruth was one of the most populated and innovative metal mining districts in the country and perhaps the world thanks to the vast natural deposits of minerals in the rock and especially the discovery in 1870 of the Great Flat Lode a huge tin rich mineral vein While on holiday here you can discover the amazing history of mining in Cornwall in many ways Cycle or walk along the Great Flat Lode Trail which has the highest concentration of historic mining sites anywhere in the world along its four mile stretch Or connect up with the Mineral Tramways Coast to Coast Trail which is a mostly level track which extends from Portreath on the north coast to Devoran on the River Fal Visit Cornish Mines Engines the National Trust run industrial heritage discovery centre in nearby Pool at the heart of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site which stretches across Cornwall Here two surviving

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  • Self Catering Holiday Cottages Cornwall - Enquire about Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages
    Form If you would like further information regarding holidays at Rayle Farm please do not hesitate to contact us at the following address Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages Bridge Illogan Nr Redruth Cornwall TR16 4QP or call us on 01209 842245 Alternatively you can fill out our online Enquiry Form These fields are required Name Email Telephone Address Postcode Arrival Date Departure Date No of Adults No Children Cottage Please Choose

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  • Self Catering Holiday Cottages Cornwall - Contact Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages
    COTTAGES LATEST OFFERS TARIFF DOGS CONTACT OUT ABOUT ENQUIRY FORM Contact If you would like further information regarding holidays at Rayle Farm please do not hesitate to contact us at the following address Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages Bridge Illogan Nr

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  • Things to do in Cornwall - Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages - Portreath
    mile away is a particularly tempting choice for a pre breakfast outing to its bakery and also boasts the nearest sandy beach There are facilities for cycle hire tennis surfing horse riding and trout fishing all available locally The Mineral Tramways Project is a dedicated cycle path that stretches for 17 miles from Portreath to Devoran passing through Bridge a mainly dedicated path with a few roads to cross Nearby

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  • Dog Friendly Accommodaiton - Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages - Portreath near Redruth, Cornwall - Beaches
    allowed on Portreath Beach during the summer between 0700 and 1900 Easter Day 1st October so it is ideal for early morning or evening dog walking St Agnes Trevaunance Cove A rocky and stony beach with plenty of rock pools for dogs kids and adults to explore there s also a pub and cafe close to the beach Trevaunance Cove is open to dogs all year round and has parking

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  • Dog Friendly Accommodation - Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages - Portreath near Redruth, Cornwall, UK
    of Cornwall between Porteath and Gwithian Tehidy Country Park offers some wonderful woodland walking for dogs and people only a 5 minute drive from Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages More information about Tehidy Country Park Idless Woods Idless is located just North of Truro and is about 20 minutes by car from our holiday cottages The dog friendly woods are owned and run by the Forestry Commission and offer an open access policy so you ll likely see cyclists and horses there as well There s a reasonably sized car park at the entrance More information about Idless Woods Other Pet Friendly Attractions there are a surprising number of attractions that are fully welcoming to dogs as well as their owners Here s a brief list of some that we know are dog friendly Tintagel Castle Tintagel Trevarno Gardens Helston Bodmin and Wenford Railway Fal River Links Launceston Castle Magnificent Music Machines St Keyne Liskeard Pendennis Castle Falmouth St Mawes Castle Dog Friendly Pubs We know that it can sometimes be hard to find dog friendly pubs in Cornwall so we have compiled a list of those close to our farm holiday cottages that might help The Bridge Inn Bridge The

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  • Holiday lets near south west coastal path, cornish beaches: Chapel Porth, Porthtowan and Godrevy, tehidy golf course, ideal for families | Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages, Portreath, West Cornwall
    make the most of your time at Geevor Mineral Tramways Discovery Centre On 13th July 2006 select mining landscapes across Cornwall and west Devon were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site placing Cornwall and west Devon s historic mining heritage on a par with such international treasures as Stonehenge the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China The Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site bid project 2001 2006 was compiled on behalf of a family of organisations and individuals with a shared belief in the value of our mining history Many of the partners in the World Heritage Site own or operate important mining landscapes and attractions through which the story of Cornish Mining will be made available to the public The World Heritage Site team have developed a Cornish Mining brand within which our partners will operate based on our internationally important cultural characteristics and the principles and standards expected of a World Heritage Site although all of the organisations and individuals involved remain independent National maritime Museum Cornwall The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a revolutionary museum in the historic port of Falmouth on the south coast of Cornwall Home to some of the most famous small boats in history the NMMC provides a great fun and informative experience Eden Project The Eden Project in Cornwall in a disused clay mine transforming it into a rich global garden was built to create an environment or in the case of Eden several environments where people can learn about nature and get inspiration about the world around them Eden host a number of different events and activities throughout the year Take a look at their calendar http www edenproject com come and visit whats on calendar php Lost Gardens of Heligan Heligan seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years is one of the most mysterious estates in England At the end of the nineteenth century its thousand acres were at their zenith but only a few years later bramble and ivy were already drawing a green veil over this Sleeping Beauty After decades of neglect the devastating hurricane of 1990 should have consigned the Lost Gardens of Heligan to a footnote in history Instead events conspired to bring us here and the romance of their decay took a hold on our imaginations Our discovery of a tiny room buried under fallen masonry in the corner of one of the walled gardens was to unlock the secret of their demise This hidden gem is a must visit feature of Cornwall Poldark Mine Poldark Mine jewel in the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site crown is close to Helston and hosts some fascinating features and excellent craft shops Pendennis Castle For a great value family day out in Cornwall take a trip to Pendennis Castle Falmouth one of the finest of the mighty fortresses built by Henry VIII to defend the country against invasion The castle has seen action in many conflicts and was one

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