Towards the north of Cornwall lies the peaceful hamlet of Canworthy Water offering some choice rural holiday cottages away from crowded Cornish resorts on the North Cornwall coast. Being next to the River Ottery offers a choice of walking and waterside activities to be done in the great British outdoors. Canworthy lies a short drive inland from the dramatic North Cornish coast, a few minutes drive from Crackington Haven and will appeal to visitors looking for a rural bolthole away from the crowds.

There are many stately homes and National Trust properties to be explored in the vicinity such as Lawrence House or Lydford Gorge, a magnificent waterfall just over the border in Devon. A few miles west along the coast is the small town of Tintagel whose castle is reputed to be King Arthur’s Camelot. Bodmin Moors are a short drive from Canworthy. Why not combine a moorland walk with lunch at the Jamaica Inn, made famous by Daphne Du Maurier's eponymous novel.

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Take a day trip to the beach at Bude and visit Launceston Castle and discover Cornwall’s rich history or take a long walk across the wilds of Bodmin Moor, perhaps using a local pub as your destination for some fine post-ramble food. Cornwall is famous for its North Coast surf so, if that’s what you’re looking for, take a trip down to nearby Crackington Haven or Bude to indulge in some of the best surf Cornwall has to offer. Canworthy Water really does provide an excellent base for exploring the rugged beauty of the North Cornwall coast and countryside.