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A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool Things to do

A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool

One of the hottest new attractions in Cornwall - literally - is the brand spanking new geothermal seawater pool at Penzance’s coveted Art Deco lido, which is the very first of its kind in the entire UK, making it a definite to-do for all visitors to the county.

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A visit to Guy’s Butterfly House Things to do

A visit to Guy’s Butterfly House

Wildlife lovers are in for a truly immersive treat! Nestled in the countryside near the village of St Hilary, between Penzance and Helston, you will find Guy’s Butterfly House. 

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Christmas Day Swims Events

Christmas Day Swims

Would you rather: a) Eat your own bodyweight in chocolate and mince pies, surrounded by wrapping paper debris? b) Flop about in front of a fire watching inane TV? c) Plunge into the sea without a wetsuit with lots of other hardy, festive, and possibly a little insane, folk? If you picked ‘c’ than Cornwall is the place to be over the festive period, as you’ll be spoilt for choice as to when and where you can join in with this curious custom.

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South West Coast Path Places to visit

South West Coast Path

Wherever you happen to be staying in Cornwall, you’ll never be more than sixteen miles from the sea. Let’s face it, that’s probably why you’re here, as our beaches are some of the best you’ll find anywhere. It also means

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Exploring the far West of Cornwall Things to do

Exploring the far West of Cornwall

Dramatic ocean panoramas, glorious expanses of open natural spaces and wildly rugged landscapes, West Cornwall presents a unique and beyond-beautiful holiday destination for those wishing to escape it all in sweetly sublime style.

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Ancient sites in West Cornwall Places to visit

Ancient sites in West Cornwall

If ancient history is your bag, then you’ve come to the right place. West Cornwall has the highest concentration of ancient sites in Europe: standing stones, stone circles, quoits, barrows, fougus, wells, Bronze Age settlements and hill forts. Even the

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Golowan Festival Things to do

Golowan Festival

Penzance’s charismatic celebration of midsummer, which takes place every June, promises a lively and eclectic mix of things to see and do in Cornwall’s culture-packed far west.

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10 beautiful barn conversions Places to stay

10 beautiful barn conversions

Surrounded by spectacular scenery in secluded spots across the county, these fabulous converted barns provide a lovely base for a relaxing holiday in Cornwall...

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10 quaint Cornish cottages Places to stay

10 quaint Cornish cottages

From cosy cottages with woodburners and open fires, to charming original features such as exposed beams and granite walls, there’s something truly special about staying in a traditional Cornish cottage...

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Bonfire Night events in Cornwall Events

Bonfire Night events in Cornwall

Remember remember the 5th of November… Being on holiday during the first week of November doesn’t mean missing out on Guy Fawkes fun, as there are dozens of bonfire events and fantastic fireworks displays taking place all over Cornwall.

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Where to stay in Cornwall Places to visit

Where to stay in Cornwall

…Because, quite frankly, the choice is seemingly endless. Surfing holiday or country escape? Culture vulture, foodie or festival lover? Seeking somewhere deliciously away-from-it-all to unwind or a hub of activity in order to immerse yourself into the thick of the

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New Year's Eve in Cornwall Events

New Year's Eve in Cornwall

Ring in the New Year in inimitable style with Cornwall’s top schedule of celebrations set to take you into 2018 with memorable aplomb. Whether you prefer a pub-crawl, fancy dress party, fireworks on the beach or a spot of fine dining and dancing – you’ll find something and somewhere to suit your celebratory mood.

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