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The perfect properties to bring your pooch! Places to visit

The perfect properties to bring your pooch!

When going on holiday, it can be hard to leave behind your beloved four-legged friend. At Aspects Holidays we understand how important your dog is to your family, so we have over 200 dog-friendly properties to choose from, meaning your dog gets to come on holiday too!

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Top 5 Cornish ice cream makers Food and Drink

Top 5 Cornish ice cream makers

You simply can’t beat the sensation of salivating over a scoop of cold and creamy softness that is, the best of Cornish ice creams. With oodles to choose from, we’ve selected our top five for starters…

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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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Dining in Cornwall: Let’s Go Outside Food and Drink

Dining in Cornwall: Let’s Go Outside

There are two things that Cornwall boasts in abundance: spectacular scenery and top notch grub. Combine the two for a fabulous feast for all the senses as you explore Cornwall’s culinary scene along with some equally as luscious locales. Speaking

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Mevagissey Feast Week Events

Mevagissey Feast Week

The south coast knows how to host a party, and one that’s certainly not-to-be-missed is Mevagissey Feast Week. Running from 25th June - 1st July, the annual and much-anticipated event promises to wow the crowds with its spectacular schedule of things to see and do that fuses a spellbinding sense of tradition with contemporary features to uber memorable effect.

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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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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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Our visit to Tregothnan Tea Estate Food and Drink

Our visit to Tregothnan Tea Estate

Britain is known for its love of tea and here at Aspects, we are proud that the only British-grown tea is produced in the county of Cornwall on the Tregothnan Estate, near Truro. We were lucky enough to recently meet with the TEAm at Tregothnan to find out all about this extra special tea!

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Porthleven Food Festival 2018 Things to do

Porthleven Food Festival 2018

Celebrating all things foodie, the 10th Porthleven Food Festival taking place over the weekend of April 20th – 22nd looks set to be the best yet. Organisers have built upon their tried and tested favourite recipes, added some extra special ingredients, to whip up a tasty three day programme of feasting, fun and frolics.

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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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