Cornwall’s capital city and the most southerly city in the UK, Truro is a buzzing, historic market town with a truly impressive gothic cathedral, which houses some of the most impressive Victorian stained glass in the world. From your Truro holiday property rental, you’ll be able to explore the magnificent architecture, enjoy artisan ice cream, coffee and cream teas while you watch talented buskers from across the country. And of course you can shop ‘till you drop in at Lemon Street Market and one of the most unique shopping areas of the UK.
Victoria Gardens in Truro city provides a peaceful natural haven to kick back, relax and maybe even picnic. Right behind the gardens is Hendra play area, where in the summer months you can catch family performances of Punch and Judy along with shows from local brass bands. Truro city is also surrounded by a number of protected natural areas, including the historic parklands at Pencalenick and areas of ornamental landscape further down the Truro River at Trelissick Garden and Tregothnan, while an area south-east of Truro city has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A regular ferry service runs from Truro to Falmouth or St. Mawes during the summer months or visit the Roseland Peninsula via the King Harry Ferry at Feock, a mile or so from Truro, meaning even without your own transportation you’re never far from the other gems of South Cornwall.
Evenings in Truro offer plenty for all ages and inclinations, including lively bars, boutique coffee houses and taste-bud tantalizing restaurants. The modern Plaza Cinema always has the latest Hollywood hits on offer and the Hall for Cornwall provides 1000 seats for lovers of more traditional performances, regularly hosting big stage names. You’re sure to return to your Truro holiday property rental properly satisfied.
Whatever you’re plans for your holiday in Truro, our carefully selected holiday lettings and holiday rental properties for you are one more thing you can be sure will be perfect.