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NORTH CORNWALL HOLIDAYS

Pretty ports, ancient castles and surfing

North Cornwall cottages

Visit North Cornwall

The rugged North Cornwall coastline offers amazing surf, small ports and hidden coves - everything to make a memorable seaside holiday. Potter around delightful market towns, ride the waves at fantastic surfing beaches and pick up a souvenir at one of the independent shops or craft markets. There are also some spectacular countryside locations to explore, making it an ideal location for your next Cornwall holiday.

North Cornwall Cottages

If you’re looking for accommodation from where you can enjoy the beauty of North Cornwall, take a look at our extensive selection of holiday cottages, catering for all of yours wants and needs.

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The Best Walking Holidays in Cornwall

Cornwall's breathtaking are most easily admired on foot, and luckily the county is blessed with some amazing walking routes, bot on the coast and inland. Here are some of our favourites...

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A local's guide to Portreath

Portreath is a hidden gem of a village tucked into the North Cornwall Coast. It lies 4 miles south of Porthtowan and 4.5 miles from Redruth inland.  It’s a quiet haven away from busier resorts across the Duchy, but it still has many handy amenities, including a few pubs and shops for visitors without making it feel overly commercialised. The beach is wide, sandy and popular with bodybo

Top things to do in North Cornwall

The legendary home of King Arthur, North Cornwall is defined by its dramatic coastline, wild moorland, booming culinary culture, outdoor activities and thrilling attractions. From historic houses to steam railways and theme parks to zoos, there are some brilliant days out. Here are the top things to do in North Cornwall which we think simply cannot be missed!

Things to do in North Cornwall

North Cornwall holidays are addictive; once you have visited you will want to come back every year.

For thrill seekers, the popular town of Newquay is a mecca for surfers, and many regard it as the home of UK surfing. It’s no surprise then that surfing is a “must do” North Cornwall holiday activity thanks to the wonderful beaches, including many dog-friendly, that take advantage of the Atlantic swell. There are some fantastic walks in the region, including along the South West Coast Path, while the some of the best restaurants and pubs in Cornwall can be found in the north of the county, including Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow.

Other places to visit include the beautiful S-shaped Elizabethan harbour at Boscastle, as well as the ruined castle on the headland at Tintagel.

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