So Much to Discover: A Journey Through The Top Attractions in Cornwall Welcome to the enchanting world of Cornwall, where picturesque landscapes and rich history converge to create a perfect holiday destination. Our holiday cottages near Port Isaac serve as a gateway to a myriad of attractions in Cornwall that cater to various interests. Whether […]
Discover North Cornwall’s best dog-friendly beaches, from Rock to Trebarwith Strand, perfect for a day by the sea with your furry friend.
From the freshest fruits and vegetables to artisan cheeses, meats and indulgent treats, each farm shop is a delicious adventure waiting to be savoured. So, why not plan a visit to one (or all!) of them during your stay in North Cornwall? Your taste buds will thank you for it.
Welcome to Cornwall, where endless summer adventures await! If you’re looking for an unforgettable family getaway, we’ve got you covered with our list of 13 exciting things to do with the kids in Cornwall this summer.
With a long day out exploring Cornwall planned, a romp around the field, perhaps with some ball-throwing involved, is often enough for most dogs. But, if you fancy taking them out on a walk and exploring the local area around Tredarrup, here’s a quick dog-walk straight from the door of your holiday cottage.
From beach activities, coastal walks and spectacular natural beauty to unique attractions and fun-filled events, here’s everything you need to know about what to do in Cornwall in April.
With its wild, rugged coast as a backdrop, Cornwall is well-recognised as being home to some of the finest golf courses in the country.
But with countless pretty fishing villages, historic houses and gardens and the stunning South West Coast Path to explore, there’s plenty to keep non-golfing companions happy too.
Visit Poldark’s Cornwall with our guide to the breathtaking filming locations used in the latest BBC adaptations of Winston Graham’s swashbuckling novels. Explore wild moors, windswept headlands and iconic mines and sink your toes into the pristine sands and turquoise waters of breathtaking beaches – all backed by the rugged coastline of Cornwall. Epic.
Here’s our guide to some of the best wildlife watching trips in Cornwall, where you can observe fascinating marine life such as sharks, whales and puffins, to name but a few.
From small romantic coves to family-friendly expanses of sand North Cornwall has some of the finest beaches in the country. With so many to choose from we’ve put together this handy guide to what we think are 5 of the best beaches in North Cornwall.