Whitstone, Holsworthy, Devon EX22 6TW (Cornwall)
Tel 01279 905 881
Fishing has enjoyed a long history in Cornwall and remains central to the local culture as well as the local economy. For visitors, there are endless opportunities to enjoy this pursuit in its various forms, offering the perfect way to relax and unwind. Who knows, you might even catch something delicious to cook later when you return to your Luxury Lodge.
Simpson Valley Coarse and Trout Fishery is located in Holsworthy, North Devon. Set in 140-acres of countryside and surrounded by wildlife, it offers fantastic coarse and trout fishing for both the novice and the more advanced angler. The Fishery consists of four coarse fishing lakes and two trout lakes. (Distance from park: 11.7 miles)
Borlasevath Manor Farm is located in Bodmin, Cornwall. Its five stunning lakes offer fishing for carp, roach, tench, bream and rudd, all set on the edge of woodlands, making it the perfect location for a spot of fishing while enjoying the wildlife in relaxing surroundings. Day tickets are available. (Distance from park: 37.3 miles)
Creedy Lakes is set in the town of Crediton among the peaceful, picturesque surroundings of Devon, offering some of the most challenging carp fishing in Devon. Rich in flora and fauna, the lakes are abundantly stocked with immaculate Commons, Mirrors, Koi Carp, Green and Golden Tench, making it a great place to fish. Day tickets are available. (Distance from park: 44 miles)
Beaches and fishing do not seem like an obvious match, but casting a rod from one of Cornwall’s scenic shores is a popular activity – especially during quieter times when bathers and surfers are fewer in number. The north coast, in particular, is a great place to fish from, and one of the finest beaches in this area is the rocky cove of Northcott Mouth, where the waters are abundant with skate and flatfish. (Distance from park: 8.6 miles)
Situated within the Bodmin Moor Site of Special Scientific Interest, fans of Stillwater trout fishing will love this protected moorland lake. The site near Camelford offers free wild brown trout fishing from the bank for holders of a valid Environmental Agency licence. (Distance from park: 16.5 miles)