Baby-Friendly Beach Breaks in Cornwall

23rd July 2019

If you have a young family, booking a holiday can be a daunting business. How will everyone cope on the journey? How much stuff will you need to bring? And will you be able to get around ok with a heavily laden buggy? This is where a self-catering holiday in Cornwall comes into its own. We know that you’ll want to choose somewhere safe, stress-free, and where’s there’s plenty to do, and Cornwall has all of this and more.

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Our Favourite Gardens in Cornwall

22nd May 2019

Cornwall is blessed with some truly wonderful gardens which are open to the public to enjoy. A temperate climate and mild winters ensure that a huge array of flowers and plants flourish including sub-tropical plants, towering trees, laurel mazes and the early blossoming of spring colour. Many happy hours can be spent exploring the gardens and revelling in the peace of these beautiful established estates. Here are ten of our favourites…

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Where to Watch, Learn and Go Surfing in North Cornwall

26th April 2019

The country’s top surfing talent is coming to Perranporth over the May Bank Holiday weekend when our local beach hosts the English National Surfing Championships. The event puts the spotlight on Perranporth as a first-class surfing destination - not only for the professionals, but for beginners and improvers too. To welcome this major surfing event we’ve put together this guide on where to watch, learn and go surfing in North Cornwall.

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Dog Friendly Beaches in Cornwall

23rd April 2019

Here on the North Cornwall coast we’re geared up for accommodating your four-legged friends… because your dogs love a holiday as much as you do! Read on for all the information you need on dog friendly beaches in Cornwall and the forthcoming dog bans and restrictions, so you can find the best dog friendly beach in Cornwall for your pooch!

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Ultimate sea views on the North Cornwall coast

8th April 2019

Cornwall is known for its coastal beauty, miles of sandy beaches, sheltered coves, craggy cliffs and spectacular sea views. With more than 250 miles of coast path and over 300 beaches, there is so much to discover and explore. Whether you like to appreciate the scenery along a coastal walk or prefer to sit and gaze at a sea view over dinner and drinks, we have some favourite spots from which to take in the Cornish coastal landscape.

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Best Things to do in Cornwall this Spring

15th March 2019

Springtime is often the best time for a holiday or short break in Cornwall. As the sun starts to shine, the sea warms up and the flowers and foliage wake from their winter slumber, the county literally springs back to life. It can be incredibly beautiful and also peacefully quiet before the busy summer season kicks in. If you want quiet beaches, sparkling scenery and the run of attractions and early season events - spring is the time to come.

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