Oh, I absolutely love Cornwall..have you ever been?
Cornwall is such a diverse and eclectic place to visit there really is something for everyone here and this is why it works so very well for group or family holidays.
I have the most beautiful secluded luxury property to show you which would be the perfect accommodation for a family/group to stay in. You are so going to be wowed by this, it is truly stunning.
This is Burncoose House – a gorgeous Georgian home available to rent,. The approach to the house is long driveway lined with magnolia and it is set in 38 acres of beautiful established gardens.
It has 7 bedrooms and sleeps 14 so it would just be perfect for a large family, group of friends, business retreat or a special celebration.
It is in a wonderful location too, right in the middle of Cornwall just 20 minutes from an array of fabulous beaches and right on the doorstep of the Fal estuary. Perfect base for exploring.
Oh, my goodness isn’t it pretty.
Let me show you the inside.
You can even have your break there fully catered and watersports and other activities can be arranged. Just fabulous. A real luxury retreat, there is even a hot tub.
Take me there now!
Cornwall has so many lovely aspects a holiday there is always memory making. Let me share with you some of my most favourite things to do on a holiday In Cornwall.
For garden lovers, this is a must-see. It is a 26-acre Cornish ravine garden that slopes down to the sea and a lovely beach with an ice cream kiosk! It features rare and exotic plants, trees and shrubs and is lovely all year round.It is also dog-friendly and has a cafe of its own.
Falmouth has a gorgeous and bustling harbour filled with beautiful seacraft and busy little cafes and bars. A lovely way to while away a sunny afternoon
Surfing lessons on Fistral beach are a brilliant way to really enter into the spirit of Cornwall. The waves here are spectacular and this is a stunning beach.
A day in St Ives will totally warm your soul. Home of some amazing artists and Barbra Hepworth’s awesome sculpture gardens. You can even take a boat trips go to Seal Island, just west of town, to see the seal colony.
Oh, Tintagel Castle is absolutely my favourite place to visit in Cornwall. It is steeped in myth and legend and magic. Tintagel is on Cornwall’s north coast between Padstow and Bude. This wonderful ruined castle and coastline is closely linked to King Arthur who was said to have been born here. There is so much for history buffs and children to explore but for me, this is a place to dream and enjoy the spectacular scenery.
Port Isaac is where Doc Martin is filmed as TV buffs may know and it is such a lovely place to visit, It’s a gorgeous cute little fishing village with bags of character and lovely shops. It is quintessentially Cornish with narrow winding streets leading down to the harbour filled with whitewashed cottages. Do take your camera!
This is just the perfect woodland to walk or cycle with cake in the picture perfect coffee house there. There is even a Gruffalo trail to follow so little kids won’t mind walking at all!
I really could continue writing all day. Cornwall is full of treasures. I haven’t even mentioned the Eden project have I or the myriad of top-class restaurants or even any of the galleries or museums!
But wherever you go in Cornwall, wherever you stay and whatever you do you MUST have a Cornish cream tea. It is essential!