Cornwall has long been used for the backdrop and location of several well-known films throughout the decades. From smaller productions to big blockbusters, the Cornish landscape has offered a spectacular range of films sets from the stunning shoreline shots of Newquay in the Pirates of the Caribbean series to the charming setting of Mevagissey in the hit comedy film Bad Education.
There are 41 Michelin star-emblazoned restaurants and cafes in Cornwall as of February 2020. With seafood a cornerstone of the local diet in Cornwall, it probably comes of no surprise that a huge proportion of the 41 restaurants with a star are specialists. Perhaps the most famous of all is the Padstow-based chef legend Rick Stein, who came to the village in the 1970s. Now his resta
With its breathtaking scenery, slower pace of life and relaxed atmosphere that feels a world away from the everyday, Cornwall is the perfect setting for a romantic getaway, if only for a dreamy long weekend. Wake up to the sound of the waves, enjoy breakfast in bed and visit some of the county’s most idyllic spots together.
With half term just around the corner, you might be thinking about treating your family to an exciting getaway, so we’ve put together a list of some of the best days out for kids in Cornwall that will make the most of the warmer weather and longer days.
A popular choice for those with a dog in tow, Cornwall provides one of the best family holiday choices in the UK. The county offers lots of things to keep the whole family entertained including fun attractions, historic sites, and lots of beaches and walks to keep busy pups happy.
Pack your trainers - parkruns are the perfect way to keep fit while getting closer to the Cornwall's beautiful landscape.
Learn to live like a local on your next visit to Cornwall.
Whether you’re picking out a hot tub cottage or a seaside hideaway, we have plenty for you to choose from. Large properties for big groups, romantic two-person breaks, and family-friendly holiday homes can all be found with a whole lot of extra-special features – from enclosed gardens to swimming pools!
Newquay is the fun capital of Cornwall; having been a major draw for party fiends for nearly 20 years, there’s a lot to discover and enjoy here. With more pubs and nightclubs than any other town in The Duchy, you’ll never be short of somewhere to live it up if you are holidaying here. Besides having a great time after sundown, what else does Newquay...
Celebrated for its beautiful harbour, rich maritime history and old Kernow culture, Falmouth is making a splash as a key food destination on Cornwall’s culinary map. One of the region’s most creative and cosmopolitan destinations, there is a wonderful profusion of cafes, restaurants and gastropubs in the town, attracting hordes of visitors to its cobbled streets every year. If you fancy heading to Cornwall’s hippest seaside town, read on to discover some of the best places to eat in Falmouth.
North Cornwall boasts some of the best landscapes in the South West.
Escape to this Cornish coastal gem for a beach getaway to remember. Known for the hug swathes of sand that line this coast and the epic crashing waves – perfect for surfing – Mawgan Porth is ideal for a family-friendly holiday, a couple’s retreat or even a big group getaway to North Cornwall. Start browsing through our holiday cottages in this beautiful corner of Cornwall and discover the perfect holiday cottage in Mawgan Porth today.
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