Sought-after cathedral city of Truro
The sought-after cathedral city of Truro is located in the charming county of Cornwall, surrounded by attractive seaside towns and wide open spaces.
As the most southerly city of mainland Britain, Truro is a unique and fascinating place to set up home. Living here means you can enjoy a wealth of local amenities with a fantastic selection of independent shops, lifestyle markets and great food. This includes a large indoor market at Lemon Quay, occasional farmers’ markets and major stores such as Marks and Spencer. The famous wide open spaces of Cornwall are on your doorstep and the city is surrounded by traditional coastal towns - perfect for days out.
The city is renowned for its cathedral, cobbled streets and Georgian architecture, as well as an enviable range of art galleries, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The Royal Cornwall Museum is a popular attraction with many interesting exhibits. Truro is filled with gorgeous gardens and iconic attractions, all on your doorstep to enjoy.
Surrounded by the great outdoors...
There’s plenty to do in the local area and, for those who enjoy the great outdoors, the Cornish countryside has much to offer: beautiful walks along Truro River and the nearby Roseland Heritage Coast are a couple of highlights. There are also a number of sporting amenities close by, including a leisure centre, golf course and tennis courts.
The city of Truro is ideally situated just off the A30 dual carriageway, giving easy access to the city of Exeter and the M5. Copperfields benefits from exceptional public transport links, allowing quick access to explore Cornwall’s rugged coastline. Just a short walk from the city centre, Truro railway station is part of the Cornish main line and has direct access to London Paddington.
The city and the surrounding area are served by extensive bus services, offering routes all over the region. Newquay Airport is only 20 miles away and offers regular flights to London Gatwick and services are constantly expanding.