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October Half Term Halloween Fun Things to do

October Half Term Halloween Fun

As autumn sets in and the leaves fall crisply to the ground, you know that October, and Halloween along with it, is just around the corner. If you’re planning a half-term break to Cornwall with the kids, then you’re sure to find plenty to fill the week with…

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Why visit Cornwall this autumn Things to do

Why visit Cornwall this autumn

Despite the popularity of Cornwall during the summer season, autumn is one of the most special times of the year to see the county. As September gets under way, Cornwall winds down and settles back into a much slower pace of life. Here are just some of the reasons why you should consider visiting Cornwall this autumn.

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5 reasons to choose a staycation Places to visit

5 reasons to choose a staycation

As the summer holiday season is in full swing, you might be tempted by a last minute holiday. Picture the sun, sea and sand; lazy mornings and patisserie breakfasts; long balmy evenings and cocktails overlooking the sea…

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Our top 10 things to do for teens Things to do

Our top 10 things to do for teens

When on holiday in St. Ives, the stunning views and coastal paths take away the importance of what teens really like to do on holiday… HAVE FUN! Why go on a walk with your parents every day, when you could visit one of the many tourist attractions for teens in the area, with your friends and siblings? So here’s a list of the top 10 things for teens to do in and around St. Ives…

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What's on in Cornwall this summer Things to do

What's on in Cornwall this summer

If you’re heading to Cornwall for the summer holidays then you’re probably planning on spending your days on the beach! However, if the weather’s not looking so nice, or you want to get out and about with the kids, then we’ve put together a list of different events taking place throughout the summer in Cornwall…

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Swim between the flags Things to do

Swim between the flags

We are lucky in Cornwall to have the choice of over 400 beautiful beaches, but only 59 of these beaches have lifeguards present during the summer season (as of July 2018). To make sure you and your family are as safe as possible on your holidays

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Exploring Falmouth – Things to Do Things to do

Exploring Falmouth – Things to Do

Falmouth is nothing short of a visitor’s playground - whatever your age, agenda and personal idea of holidaying may be. Fancy exploring the area with a jam-packed schedule of activities? With sports such as surfing, supping, kayaking, snorkelling, diving and sailing available in ocean and river, Falmouth is a waterside wonderland.

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Days out from Crackington Haven Things to do

Days out from Crackington Haven

North Cornwall is one of the county’s most lusted-after locales. And it doesn’t take a genius to figure out why. Dramatic seascapes skirt a rugged coastline where land and ocean collide to spellbinding effect. From geology and history to myth

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Holiday cottages right by the beach Places to visit

Holiday cottages right by the beach

Looking for a property next to the beach? Then look no further - we’ve selected a range of properties which are all just a stone’s throw from the beach!

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Dog friendly days out in Newquay Places to visit

Dog friendly days out in Newquay

We understand that Fido is man’s best friend and you don’t want to leave him at home; after all it’s his holiday too! Here are our favourite dog friendly things to do when holidaying in Newquay… Lappa Valley Steam Railway

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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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Storm-watching in Cornwall Things to do

Storm-watching in Cornwall

If there’s anywhere in the world to embrace the winter weather in all of its wild glory, then the furthest western reaches of England isn’t too shabby a spot to do it. With no less than three seas cradling Cornwall

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