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Cornwall has several dog friendly beaches where your four-legged friends are welcome all year round
Dog friendly beaches in Cornwall

Our four-legged friends love a trip to the beach just as much as we do. From tiny, deserted coves to huge…

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The iconic Wheal Coates lies on the South West Coast Path between St Agnes and Chapel Porth
Exploring Poldark country on foot and by bike

The 2015 BBC adaption of Poldark captured the hearts and minds of people across the UK and beyond. With the second…

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Lappa Valley steam railway offers a great day out for families with young children
Nanny Pat’s days out: Lappa Valley

Lappa Valley has been one our favourite days out over the years and it just gets better… This attraction has a magic…

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Nanny Pat’s days out: Dairyland Farm World

With showers and a chilly breeze forecast for my Nanny Pat day, I decided to take Sam and Jasmine to Dairyland…

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Top toddler friendly walks in Cornwall: part 2

Over the past few years I’ve been exploring Cornwall with my young grandchildren, seeking out the best places to go for…

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Top toddler friendly walks in Cornwall: part 1

When you have an energetic toddler who’s keen to ride a balance bike or scooter and baby in a buggy it…

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Top ancient sites in Cornwall

Cornwall’s rugged landscape is peppered with remains of ancient settlements. Many of these are located in the far west of Cornwall,…

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Walking Cornwall: Exploring the Roseland Peninsula

The Roseland Peninsula is one of Cornwall’s hidden gems. Less ‘discovered’ than the rest of Cornwall it offers a huge variety…

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The Art of Picnicking

For many people, picnics conjure up nostalgic memories of endless summers, lashings of ginger beer and adventures. But creating the perfect…

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Top hen weekend activities in Cornwall

If you’re planning a hen weekend in Cornwall, look no further. We’ve pulled together some of our favourite group activities for…

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Days out with the National Trust in Cornwall

Chances are you’ll probably visit several places the National Trust looks after during your holiday in Cornwall. Not only do they…

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Nanny Pat’s days out: discovering tin at St Agnes

I have long been fascinated by the history of mining in Cornwall. The remnants of what was once a major industry…

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