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Things to do in Bude Things to do

Things to do in Bude

Are you an adrenaline junkie or kick-back kind of person? Escapist or adventurist? Whatever your personal agenda while visiting north Cornwall, Bude has it covered in winning style with a brilliant bevy of things to do. Whether you wish to

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Gardens in South Cornwall Places to visit

Gardens in South Cornwall

Cornwall’s subtropical south spells pure and gorgeous greenery. The more sheltered side of the county affords the perfect position and climate for gardens of all types and scale, where you’ll find a tea plantation (Tregothnan), various vineyards and world famous

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A boat trip from Mousehole Things to do

A boat trip from Mousehole

One of the best things you can do whilst staying in one of our holiday cottages in Mousehole, is take a boat trip from the beautiful harbour and explore the coastline from a different angle. Berthed on the South Quay

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Beauty Spots in Newquay Places to visit

Beauty Spots in Newquay

For those seeking somewhere to sit, stroll, picnic or simply swoon at the view, Newquay provides an endless and exquisite array of options. But beyond the famous Fistral Beach and sprawling sands fringing the town itself, Newquay boasts a plethora

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Bude Canal Places to visit

Bude Canal

As if a bevy of beautiful beaches, sublime sea pool and smattering of rock pools weren’t enough, there’s another aquatic space for the water-loving visitor in north Cornwall’s spectacular seaside town: Bude Canal. A unique and innovative waterway built in

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Dog Friendly St Ives Things to do

Dog Friendly St Ives

As a dog-lover, I especially enjoy treating my hound to a little holiday – and as one of Cornwall’s most dog-loving, visitor-centric seaside towns, St Ives is the perfect place to take the pooch. From beaches to the rural interior,

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A boat trip along Helford River Things to do

A boat trip along Helford River

When staying in South Cornwall, a must-do activity during your stay is a trip up the Helford river, an unspoilt estuary flanked by tree-covered banks, secluded beaches, creeks and quaint villages. With truly stunning scenery, and offering something much different

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Get back to nature in South Cornwall Places to visit

Get back to nature in South Cornwall

For back-to-nature escapism of the most magnificent variety, South Cornwall has it covered in truly sublime style. Subtropical gardens, captivating countryside and a world-famous coastline ensures a relaxing stay replete with the awe-inspiring outdoors, whether you simply wish to kick

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Foraging in Cornwall with Rachel Lambert Things to do

Foraging in Cornwall with Rachel Lambert

Foraging in Cornwall is an up and coming trend, with more and more people intrigued by the huge variety of Cornish plants around our coastline that can be picked and used in their next culinary experiments. Lots of people are

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Paradise Park | Hayle Places to visit

Paradise Park | Hayle

If you’re visiting Cornwall this half term – and especially if you’re staying at one of our holiday cottages in Hayle – we can wholeheartedly recommend experiencing what some of the rare and beautiful wildlife the area has to offer.

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Seal spotting at Godrevy Places to visit

Seal spotting at Godrevy

A lesser-known sight in West Cornwall – and something that always makes for a worthwhile trip when we fancy something a bit different – is the resident seal colony at Godrevy. You have to plan your visit for low tide,

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A trip to Seal Island Things to do

A trip to Seal Island

One of the must do activities for a visitor to St Ives is one of the many pleasure boat trips on offer. There are many to choose from, including trips around the bay to see the expanses of golden sand,

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