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Christmas in Cornwall – the spills, the thrills, the festive buzz

October 20 2014

Christmas in Cornwall – the spills, the thrills, the festive buzz

Christmastime in Cornwall is a magical time when a hazy chill rests over the beaches and bracing walks along said beaches go effortlessly with warming cocktails and hearty festive feasting. And how about all that with a breathtaking sea view?Some locals with a thick skin and a fun-to-be-had attitude take to the seas for a Christmas Day or Boxing Day swim. Bring your trunks?At Fistral Beach Hotel we...

A Postcard From: Bodmin Moor

October 02 2014

A Postcard From: Bodmin Moor

A great escapeWhile many of us like to travel in search of culture, there is also a certain pleasure in escaping from it! For anyone who longs for wide, open spaces, huge skies and space to roam, Bodmin Moor is timelessly beautiful.  Perhaps overshadowed a little by the more celebrated Dartmoor, Bodmin shares several features while retaining a charm all of its own. It is a great place to take...

Top Walks around Newquay, from Easy to Epic

September 18 2014

Top Walks around Newquay, from Easy to Epic

From leisurely stroll to a ten mile hike, a fine walk is one of those simple pleasures that allows you to discover somewhere intimately and at your own pace. After all, you only experience a small fraction of the scenery from a car. You can do it exactly your way, with no specialist knowledge or equipment required beyond decent footwear.Visitors love the fact that you can ramble as you please through...

Five Reasons to Visit Newquay in the Autumn

September 02 2014

Five Reasons to Visit Newquay in the Autumn

1. It’s different. Lots of folks choose to visit us when we’re bathing in the sunny-shine, but Cornwall is a gorgeous place when the autumn leaves are falling too. Go on - do something out of the norm, it’ll feel more like an adventure! Our advice? Make the most of the season with a trip to the Lost Gardens of Heligan to see their ancient woodland in its full autumnal glory and book...

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