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CAMBORNE HOLIDAYS

Mining, haunted coves and woodland paths

Visit Camborne

The ruined stacks and engine houses are all that remain as evidence of the past wealth of Camborne. During the 18th century, the historic town was one of the richest mining towns in the world, and the history of this is still apparent as you explore the town and its surrounding area during your Cornwall holiday. Spend your time learning its history, seeing the beauty of the landscape, and visiting the wonderful monthly market.

Camborne Cottages

Immerse yourself in the history of Camborne by staying at one of our self-catering holiday cottages. The town is a great tourist destination and a fantastic place to stay during your Cornish holiday.

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West Cornwall Cottages

When it comes to West Cornwall holiday accommodation, our selection of self-catering cottages offers plenty of choice. From family-friendly to romantic properties, find your home-from-home with us.

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St Ives: The UK’s ‘best seaside town’

Arguably one of the best-known Cornish holiday resorts, St Ives is a beautiful holiday destination. The perfect balance for families, couples, singles and groups of friends, visitors continue to keep returning to the area year after year. With stunning natural beauty, wonderful hospitality and excellent access to the rest of West Cornwall, we think it’s the ideal place to visit all year round.

Best dog-friendly Cornwall beaches

From popular spots including Fistral and Watergate Bay in Newquay, through to secret coves and bays that you may never have heard of before now, we've done the homework to let you know which Cornish beaches allow dogs. Read on to see the full list of beaches where dogs are allowed all year round, where there are restrictions, and where there are annual bans.

A well-connected town

Located south-west of Redruth in West Cornwall, there’s much to do in both Camborne and the surrounding area. Just north of the town is Tehidy Country Park, a 250-acre woodland park teeming with wildlife, footpaths and cycle trails. There is plenty of sand and surf to enjoy at Portreath and Porthtowan, or, if you feel really adventurous, explore the North Cliffs, also known as Deadman’s Cove, which is thought to be haunted. St Ives, its art scene, surfing beaches and picturesque harbour, is also just a 30-minute drive away.

The town is well-connected, with a train station and bus station allowing passage to the rest of the county, while the mixture of high street and independent shops in the main town, along with a great range of restaurants and pubs, will keep you busy for hours.

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