Adventures and activities at Treworgey and nearby
Some of our wonderful regular guests who bring their teenage children and numerous teenage friends to stay at Treworgey each year tell us that Treworgey is a wonderful place for young adults to escape the pressures of school and peer groups. It's a place where it really doesn't matter what they wear, where exams can be temporarily forgotten, where new experiences can give them an opportunity to be children again.
Explore the fantastic facilities at Treworgey and the adventures to be had in our local area below.
On-site outdoor activities
Heated outdoor pool with a fantastic views. Water polo anyone?
Horse riding for all abilities (see below)
150 acres of our farm and woodland to explore
Tennis on our all weather court
Help to care for the animals and horses - those with an interest can get really involved in helping and learning
Lie back and watch the clouds on our big new basket swing
Borrow our fantastic free-standing telescope to star-gaze
- Table tennis
- Pool table
- Volleyball, badminton or make up a new game (as some of our teenage regulars have done!) in our indoor beach
Riding lessons and hacks for all ages are led by our fantastic instructors, Niki and Betty, who create exciting, challenging sessions for all abilities and get on famously with the young people who stay with us. See our riding page for more.
For those who are keen to learn more, they can often help out with the ponies and horses all through the week.
There are loads of great places to go locally to keep the teenagers well entertained:
Adrenaline Quarry - adventure activities from an incredibly long zip wire over an old quarry, to free fall swing, coasteering to cliff jumping
Fantastic mountain biking trails with bike hire and great cafe at Lanhydrock
The Eden Project has a zip wire over the domes and an ice rink in winter
Wakeboarding park, kayaking, sailing and more water sports at Siblyback Lake
Kite surf with Atlantic Riders
Clay pigeon shooting at Lower Lake Shooting Grounds
What our visitors have to say:
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