Torpoint is perhaps best known as being the road ferry departure point across the River Tamar for Plymouth. As well as being a pleasant way to travel over to the city, Torpoint is also the gateway to the Rame Peninsula, Cotehele House, Antony, Kingsand and Whitsand Bay and all are within easy reach by car. Torpoint is home to Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park, which is a superb choice for a family day out.
Why visit Torpoint?
A visit to Torpoint offers plenty of options for your days out, with the beaches of Cawsand and Kingsand nearby and plenty more to enjoy on this stunning section of coastline. There are plenty of tourist attractions in the area with Plymouth and all its landmarks via the Torpoint ferry.
Things to do in Torpoint?
There is plenty to do and see while on a cottage holiday in Torpoint including exploring the beautiful gardens and house at Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park. Explore the park with Adventure Segway. Also visit Antony, Cawsand and Kingsand. Scuba divers and surfers love Whitsand Bay.
Why stay in a Torpoint cottage?
Torpoint is a great place for a holiday in Devon and Cornwall because the border is right on your doorstep. If you’re looking for a large house for the whole family or even a one-bedroom apartment for a romantic getaway, there is a property in our collection or Cornwall cottages to suit your needs.
Three must-see places to visit in Torpoint
- A trip to the stunning house and gardens at Mount Edgcumbe Estate makes for a superb day out.
- Jump on the Torpoint ferry and enjoy a day out in Plymouth.
- The National Trust property, Antony was used as a film location in Alice in Wonderland. The house and grounds are open to the public.