There’s so much to do in Cornwall throughout the year. From incredible outdoor activities to beautiful beaches and a range of family friendly festivals and events, here’s why Cornwall’s the perfect 2017 holiday destination.
Festivals and events
Fantastic food festivals, traditional celebrations (like Flora Day in Helston or Montol, Penzance’s winter solstice festival), and laid back summer music festivals in spectacular locations… When it comes to events, Cornwall has it covered!
Find out more about festivals and events in Cornwall in 2017.
Baby friendly holidays
If you come down to Cornwall outside the peak holiday season it’s much quieter than at the height of the summer, which means less time spent queuing and more time for adventures! Cornwall’s mild climate means spring comes earlier, and warm, sunny days often linger until late autumn, making it ideal for days out with babies and toddlers.
Bosinver’s Nanny Pat has been out and about exploring Cornwall with her grandchildren, and she’s put together a free downloadable ebook, Nanny Pat’s Adventures with her recommendations for where to go and what to do in Cornwall with babies and toddlers.
Holidays like they used to be
If you’re longing for a return to a slower pace of life, a holiday in Cornwall could be just what you need. Gather the whole family and set off on a trip down memory lane. Make time to rediscover the magic of the simple things in life. Think sandcastle building competitions on the beach, picnics in the dunes and ice creams all round. Bliss…
The great outdoors
Whether your idea of enjoying the outdoors is setting off on a 15-mile hike along the coast path, tackling some challenging waves, or finding your own private beach where you can doze, dream and enjoy the feeling of the sun on your skin, you’ll find it all here in Cornwall.
Heritage & culture
You’ll find traces of the past everywhere you go in Cornwall. There’s lots to explore, from Henry VIII’s castles, St Mawes and Pendennis, which guard the mouth of the Fal Estuary, to historic houses such as Lanhydrock and Trelissick. Or why not follow in the footsteps of the Cornish miners and experience what it’s like underground at Geevor tin mine?
Weekends away and short breaks in Cornwall
If you don’t have a whole week to spare, why not plan a long weekend away or a mid-week break instead? We offer short breaks in all our award-winning cottages between mid-September and May.
We’ve got 20 cottages to choose from (sleeping 4-12 people) on our 30 acre farm near St Austell. All our cottages have been rated 4* or 5* by Visit England, so you can rest assured you’re in good hands. We believe the little things are important. Each of our cottages is unique and has been individually designed and decorated with love.
We pride ourselves on offering some of the best child friendly self catering accommodation in Cornwall. We’ve thought of everything you and your little ones could need and more. All our cottage have child-friendly cutlery and crockery, a Delia Smith blender, night lights, plug covers, a toy box and a range of children’s books and DVDs.
Your holiday in Cornwall 2017
Ready plan your next holiday in Cornwall? You can check availability for all our cottages online. Or just give us a call in the office on 01726 72128.