10 Cornish products to put in your holiday let
October 23, 2017
Our customers love Cornwall so what better way to introduce your guests to the Celtic area by including these top 10 Cornish items into your holiday home.
1. Cornish Monopoly
Play this classic game with the landmarks and locations that give Cornwall its distinctive character. King Arthurs castle in Tintagel, St Michaels Mount, The Eden Project and the National Maritime Museum to name but a few!
Cornish Smuggler – Allows players to assume the roles of smugglers in the 18th century. Buy and sell contraband, trade in secret knowledge, hidden locations, secret landings, bribes, dirty tricks and a healthy dose of cunning to evade the attention of the customs officers and other players!
2. A Picture from Whistlefish
Choose from a selection of handpicked traditional or contemporary prints in bright colours and chunky white frames. Boats and harbours or coastal scenes will look great in any property.
3. A Cornish Cookbook
‘The Little Book of the Pasty’ full of anecdotes and recipes. A gem of a book a real ‘must read’ about the Cornish pasty.
4. Local TV and Film DVDs
Such as Doc Martin (a British medical comedy starring Martine Clunes and filmed in Port Isaac), Jamaica Inn (Mary Yellan is sent to live in the desolate Jamaica Inn, her life is turned upside down when she becomes involved in smuggling, shipwrecks and piracy on the Cornish Coast), Poldark (a romantic saga set in 18th century Cornwall, the plot follows Ross Poldark’s attemps to make his derelict tin mines a success)
5. Cornish Calendar with local coastal scenes
Landscapes and seascapes from the much loved county of Cornwall.
6. For a Cornish Kitchen
A Cornish mug or apron will brighten up any kitchen.
7. A selection of children’s books
Such as The Mousehole Cat (set in Mousehole a fishing village in Cornwall this is a tale of Mowzer the cat), Cornish Tales, Naughty Nicky and the Scullduggery Crew (a pirate ship with a Kernow twist and a lovely ginger moggy)
8. Map of Cornwall
A must for every holiday home. Things to do in Cornwall and the best beaches
9. Cornish Sea Salt & Dipping Sand!
The Gucci of British sea salt – a fresh clean and intense flavour that crumbles easy and a great addition to every self -catering property
10. Camel Valley fizz
Cornwall’s finest fizz a beautiful and quintessentially sparkling wine with a smooth and fruity palate, the perfect way to start a holiday!