These family-friendly beach cafés and restaurants serve up the likes of smoothies, superfoods, share platters and seafood beside the waves…
We think Cornwall is great whatever the weather; come rain or shine there is always something to do and see in the county. On a sunny day it’s easy to […]
Discover the Lost Gardens of Heligan from a photographer’s perspective. Wander ancient woodland paths and venture along raised boardwalks pass giant rhubarb and banana plantations.
Children to entertain this February half term? Cornwall is home to some 60 plus museums of all shapes and sizes. Here’s a run down of our favourite museums, plus what’s on at each over during the holidays.
If you book a 3 or 5-night break between 1 November and 20 December 2015 with us, we’ll give you 2 nights extra for free. What would you do in Cornwall with your extra days?
There’s tricks and treats for grown-ups and children alike in Cornwall this October half term. Here’s our top happenings this October half term.
Just a ten minute drive along the winding coast road from Widemouth Bay is Bude – a surprise gem of a town. Join us on our walk through.
With more than 20 food stalls, live chef demonstrations and fun foodie workshops for kids, the 2015 Spring Fayre at Watergate Bay was full of tasty treats. Here’s what you missed.
Adrenaline Quarry, nr Liskeard, is an adventure park offering three rides: The Giant Swing, The Zip and Coasteering/The Blob. Yesterday we suited up and took on the challenge of coasteering.
BREAKING NEWS: Dinosaurs have been spotted in the St. Austell area heading towards Eden Project.
Lanhydrock Estate just got even better with the introduction of Lanhydrock Cycle Hub, Cornwall’s newest cycling attraction with 10km of purpose built trails winding through the woodland.
Whether you’re on holiday or live locally there are so many things going on in Cornwall this half term.