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Fall for Cornwall this Autumn

20th September 2019

Although we’re currently enjoying an Indian summer and making the most of these last balmy days of sun, there’s a definite feeling in the air of the change of the season. The light has a glorious golden hue, sending soft sparkles across the waves, and once the sun has set at the end of another beautiful day, there’s a crispness in the air hinting at Autumn just around the corner.

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Things to do in Cornwall this summer

25th July 2019

With summer now in full swing, we thought we’d look at some of the wonderful things to do in Cornwall during the holiday season. From carnival parades to theme parks, and swimming pools to international surf contests, there are loads of exciting things to see and do in Cornwall this summer. Here are our top picks for what's on, what to do and where to explore in Cornwall this summer.

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What to do in Cornwall in May Half Term

9th May 2019

With the next school holidays just around the corner we’ve been thinking about some of the wonderful events and things to do in Cornwall over the May half term. Here’s our pick of some of the best things to do in Cornwall over May Bank Holiday weekend and half term.

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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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What’s on during Easter holidays in Cornwall

7th March 2019

The spring flowers are budding, bunnies are hopping, lambs are leaping and the shops are filling up with chocolate eggs. It’s not long now until the Easter holidays in Cornwall. Easter is the first big holiday of the season here in Perranporth and throughout Cornwall. It’s a time when families make the most of the school holidays to take a break in the far South West. Some come for a long weekend, while others stay for a week or two to indulge in Cornish beach life and springtime scenery.

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