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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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Beautiful bluebells at Enys Gardens

Blue as far as the eye can see… Enys Gardens has to be one of the top places in the country…

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Discovering Cornwall: Trebah Garden

A delight at any time of the year, Trebah Garden is particularly lovely in spring. By early March, there’s already a…

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Mackerel fishing out of Looe

We’re delighted to introduce our latest guest blogger, Janie. She’s a foraging, blogging smallholder who breeds meal-worms & Muscovy ducks, has…

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Discovering Cornwall: the Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is one of Cornwall’s best-loved visitor attractions, and it’s not hard to see why. The opportunity to watch…

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Discovering Cornwall: a trip to Looe Island

Looe Island, also known as St George’s Island, lies a mile off the coast of the popular tourist destination of Looe….

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A day out in the Tamar Valley by train

If you’re looking for a day out with a difference, then why not leave the car behind and explore the beautiful…

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Pandora Inn
The Pandora Inn: a Cornish treasure

Nestled by the water’s edge at Restronguet Creek, the Pandora Inn is one of Cornwall’s best loved pubs. Parts of the…

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Explore the delights of Cornwall’s gardens in the autumn

If you fancy a short break or week-long getaway this autumn, why not base yourself at Bosinver and explore some of…

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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

From rugged moors to stormy seas and sweeping vistas, it’s not hard to see why Cornwall’s dramatic landscape inspired Winston Graham…

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