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We recommend Cornwall for:

  • A dramatic unspoilt wilderness waiting to be explored
  • Towns and villages that date back hundreds of years
  • From the dramatic coastline of the north to the sheltered bays in the south, from ancient moorland to soft river estuaries

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We offer 2 Bay Hotels in Cornwall

Bay Beresford Hotel , Newquay- from £69 ppps

customer rating:5 stars11 )

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Hotel Features;

  • Prime location over-looking Tolcarne Beach
  • Close to the Eden Project, Newquay Sea Life Centre, and Newquay Old Harbour
  • Other local attractions include Camel River Trail and the Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • Local shops and amenities close by
  • Games Room, lounges and conservatory

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Places to go and things to see;

  • Padstow
  • Polperro
  • Truro
  • Lappa Valley Railway
  • Lanhydrock House

2 nights stay at the Bay Beresford Hotel from only £69 per person
per stay
Based on two guests

Bay St Ives Hotel , St.Ives- from £94 ppps

customer rating:4 stars17 )

Bay St Ives Hotel

Walking Culture Food

Hotel Features;

  • Overlooks the pure sands of Porthminster beach
  • Local attractions include the Tate Gallery, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Minack Theatre and more
  • Perfect to explore the historic charm, ancient cobbled streets and crooked alleys
  • Other attractions include the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Troika Studio Pottery and the St. Ives Festival (September)

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Places to go and things to see;

  • Lizard Point
  • Truro
  • Land's End
  • Isles of Scilly
  • Cornish Seal Sanctuary

2 nights stay at the Bay St Ives Hotel from only £94 per person
per stay
Based on two guests

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About Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. And with good reason. The spectacular coastal scenery is to die for. But delve a little deeper into this charming corner of the UK and you’ll soon see that it’s more than sun, sea and sand that makes Cornwall special.  

Cornwall is packed with vibrant towns and idyllic villages. They’re a joy to explore. Visit Rock, near Padstow, for breathtaking harbour views and high-quality cafés. The village is a firm favourite of the rich and famous, so keep your eyes peeled for familiar faces. Meanwhile, Bude and the surrounding areas are home to expansive beaches and more great scenery. You can even spend a lazy afternoon gently paddling along the canal by hiring a canoe or kayak. Or head for St Austell and put those taste buds to the test on a tour of St Austell Brewery. These family brewers are renowned across the westcountry for their tasty ales. And they’ve got the awards to prove it.

After sampling the local ale, you might want to treat yourself to another local delicacy: the Cornish pasty. Handmade to recipes that go back generations and served piping hot, an authentic Cornish pasty is a true culinary treat. You simply can’t beat it. Cornwall is also home to some incredible restaurants, including Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in Watergate Bay and Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant in Padstow. Delicious.

For fans of the great outdoors a trip to Bodmin Moor is a must. This unspoilt wilderness allows you to snake along winding lanes to discover hidden hamlets, wooded waterfalls and craggy tors. It’s a walker’s paradise. And then, of course, there’s the Eden Project, dubbed by many as the eighth wonder of the world. The world-famous biomes are home to all kinds of beautiful and bizarre botanical species. A must see.

Cornwall also has the highest density of prehistoric sites in the whole country. From the Hurlers Stone Circles near St Cleer to the amazing Bronze Age chambered tomb at Tregiffian Burial Chamber, Cornwall is full of incredible ancient relics. There’s nowhere better to let out your inner-adventurer and explore some of the fascinating mysteries of history.  
Who knows what you’ll discover?


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