Cornwall - discover the magnificent English coastline.

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Cornwall, situated in the southwest of England provides arguably the best opportunity for visitors to enjoy the absolute best of what England’s coastline has to offer. From idyllic beaches, picturesque villages and towns and stunning rolling landscapes, this county seems to have it all. The food and drink scene in Cornwall is thriving and with the ocean right on your doorstep, visitors are able to enjoy the freshest seafood delivered right from the sea to your plate.

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Cornwall boutique hotels, bed & breakfasts and holiday homes

If staying in a hotel by the coast with a stunning view to the sea, or in a cozy bed and breakfast perfect for those looking for relax gateway, Cornwall offers authentic places to stay that are off the beaten tracks.

Whatever your taste, we’ll help you find the perfect accommodation for you in Cornwall!

Cornwall - What to see and do

One of the best ways to explore this beautiful part of the country is through exploring the many scenic coastal paths whilst taking rest and shelter in the small seaside villages. 

The Eden project, which is the world’s largest greenhouse, is an absolute must for any visit to Cornwall. Eden project has an incredible biome which houses the largest indoor rainforest in the world with over 1000 different varieties of plant. 

St Ives is one of the most popular towns in Cornwall for families and surfers alike. The St Ives Bay railway line has been voted one of the most scenic in the UK with an incredibly scenic route hugging the coastline between St Ives and St Erth. 

The Minack theatre, located in Porthcurno, provides the ultimate setting to enjoy a theatrical play or musical performance. This unique theatre is perched on a cliff above the Atlantic Ocean.  


Cornwall - Gastronomy

 Seafood is very much on the menu in Cornwall and it could not be fresher from the sea to your plate. A highlight of the food calendar in Cornwall is the Newquay Fish festival, held annually this is an amazing opportunity to try some delicious fresh seafood dishes, watch expert demonstrations and visit the numerous exhibitors. 

Cornwall is most famous for the Cornish pasty, a delicious local delicacy packed with minced meat, potato and vegetables. There are endless pasty bakeries throughout Cornwall to get ensure you get your full fix. 


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Take part of the laid back village life, stroll along cobblestone streets, dine in small traditional restaurants and smile at the locals on the main square.