Whilst Roseland Parc offers a peaceful and tranquil location, it is just a 5-minute easy walk to Tregony which is a hive of activity!
You’ll never be short of options in this bustling village. Pizza in the square, hog roasts in the village hall, a sports centre, the fabulous King’s Arms pub and St Cuby’s Church where you can enjoy events like craft fairs. Take part in Zumba (and hop on our mini-bus back), enjoy a coffee morning – the list is never ending.
What’s more you’ll find those handy essentials like a Post Office, dentist, and doctor’s surgery.
Our free minibus service runs regular shopping trips to the city of Truro with its historic cathedral, wonderful cobbled streets, artisan shops, cafes, restaurants and the newly refurbished Hall for Cornwall Theatre.
Other trips are organised to various locations around the county, including the Great Gardens of Cornwall, nearby St Mawes, Lanhydrock House, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Our active Residents Association also arrange a calendar of theatre and cinema trips.
For the more active amongst our residents, Truro, St Austell and Porthpean Golf Clubs and Porthpean sailing club are all a short 15-minute drive from Roseland Parc.
Kayaks and SUP can be hired at Pentewan Water sports and boat trips also run from St Mawes.
Bicycle hire is available in Wadebridge where you can enjoy a scenic and level ride on the Camel Trail to Padstow.
Cornwall Ramblers are a very well supported and social group who enjoy the fabulous scenic and ancient pilgrims’ routes across Cornwall. There are also excellent walks around the village and in Trewithen Estate.
Travel links from the village are great with the A20 being close by and mainline rail stations in neighbouring St Austell and Truro taking you to London, Exeter and Plymouth should you need to get further afield.
There is an airport is half an hour away in Newquay offering direct flights to a range of domestic and short-haul overseas destinations.