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8 reasons to visit Cornwall in spring Things to do

8 reasons to visit Cornwall in spring

Ahhh…we made it! Winter has finally bid adieu, the hedgerows and fields are a carnival of gorse and daffodil yellow, and the lighter mornings and evenings are finally encouraging us to get up, get out, and enjoy everything that’s on

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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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Ten unbelievably beautiful places to visit in Cornwall Places to visit

Ten unbelievably beautiful places to visit in Cornwall

World famous for its spectacular natural scenery that ranges from rugged cliff lines to beautiful beaches, majestic moorlands to idyllic rivers and sub-tropical gardens – Cornwall is veritably chock with eye candy. From iconic landmarks to Caribbean-rivalling coastline, chocolate-box villages

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Wild Swimming in Cornwall Things to do

Wild Swimming in Cornwall

In hot countries, stripping off to cool down in a body of water is normal. Jumping into lakes, rivers, the sea, is a refreshing and relaxing pastime to be enjoyed by all. You don’t need any specialist equipment, just a

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Baby and Toddler Friendly Days Out in Cornwall Places to visit

Baby and Toddler Friendly Days Out in Cornwall

We like to spoil our visitors here, and outstanding array of award-winning, unique and utterly engaging offerings ensures nothing but family-friendliness for all ages. We’ve compiled a list of some of the county’s must-sees, where babies, toddlers, children and adults

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Horse riding days out in Cornwall Things to do

Horse riding days out in Cornwall

Fancy yourself as a bit of a Ross Poldark? Galloping along a coastal headland, with a stunning backdrop of breathtaking sea views, rugged cliffs, and tin mining engine houses with their chimney’s pointing skywards beneath a vast expanse of blue?

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This Easter in Cornwall Events

This Easter in Cornwall

As tempting as it may be to simply scoff your own body weight in Easter eggs over the forthcoming holidays (or am I speaking for myself?) – Cornwall is hosting a rather splendid series of things to do that will

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Only in Cornwall… Arts and Culture

Only in Cornwall…

We don’t boast minority status for nothing. Fact is, Cornwall is a rare and unique breed of a place. We have our own language, flag, patron saint, national anthem, food, folklore and customs; not to mention, some of the most

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Ten Family Attractions in Cornwall Things to do

Ten Family Attractions in Cornwall

Even when the weather is good during your holiday, sometimes the beaches just aren’t enough. If you fancy a day out with your family, we’ve picked out some attractions that are all guaranteed to entertain and sometimes (but don’t tell

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Walking in Cornwall: Marazion Walks Places to visit

Walking in Cornwall: Marazion Walks

There is a network of pilgrim routes throughout Europe which lead to the Cathedral of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. St. Michael’s Way is one of the routes. In mediaeval times pilgrims from Wales and Ireland

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Days out around Penzance Places to visit

Days out around Penzance

If you don’t fancy a day on one of the sandy beaches near Penzance, or you aren’t in the mood to explore one of the many pebbled or rocky coves nearby, we have loads of ideas to occupy you and

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St Michael’s Mount Places to visit

St Michael’s Mount

Tradition & History St. Michael’s Mount sits on the Pilgrim’s Way (St. Michael’s Way) one of the network of pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. Welsh and Irish pilgrims used to join the Cornish at St. Uny,

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