Christmas in Cornwall
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Cornwall is a magical time at Christmas. The county is lit up with lights, the fields are dusted with frost and the festive cheer is in full swing. What better time to wrap up warm head outside for a winter holiday you’ll never forget!
We provide the accommodation, you wrap up warm and Cornwall does the rest!
Here’s what’s on over the Christmas period:
Ice Skating at Eden Project
19 Oct – 2 Jan
Meet Father Christmas and real reindeer, enjoy an enchanting lantern parade whilst sipping hot chocolate and ice skate at Eden Project.
Truro City of Lights
Head to the most south-Westerly city in England and see the streets alight with a festive light parade.
Trereife Christmas Fair
22 Nov – 24 Nov
Over the weekend you can enjoy fantastic shopping, great food and arts and crafts all under the cover of a warm marquee. There’s nothing like Christmas shopping to get you in the festive spirit.
Santa Fun Runs
27 Nov – 14 Dec
In Land’s End, Padstow and Falmouth a whole sea of santas will be partaking in an annual fun run to raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care.
27 November- Truro (Late Night Santa Run)
30 November - Land's End
1 December - Newquay (Santa's on the Beach)
7 December - Wadebridge-Padstow (Santa Cycle)
7 December - Padstow
8 December - Heartlands
14 December - Falmouth (Super Santa-Day)
Fowey Christmas Market
29 Nov – 1 Dec
This beautiful seaside town hosts a festive weekend full of entertainment, food and drink and plenty of opportunity to pick up some great Christmas gifts.
Padstow Christmas Festival
5 Dec – 8 Dec
Head to Padstown on ly a few miles from our properties at Beach Retreats to embrace the festive season. See this Cornish fishing harbour come to life with celebrity chefs, culinary delights and festive fun.
Mousehole Christmas Lights
14 Dec – 4 Jan
Probably the most talked about display of festive lights in Cornwall. Mousehole really put on a dazzling show by lighting up the entire harbour, in and out of the sea.
Which event will you attend this Christmas?