Dream A Little Dream

Happy New Year!

It’s that time of year when, after those heady 12 days of Christmas, the fun grinds to a sudden halt. It’s back to those 7am starts, trudging to and from work/school in the semi-light. Someone will ask: “What’s the weather like outside?” and there will only ever be one answer: “Grey.”

Do you Dream of a Cornish Cottage?

... or would you rather a modern apartment?

Which do you prefer on holiday? Being waited on hand and foot, with chefs to prepare you sumptuous food and someone to turn down your duvet in the evening? Or would you rather be free to set your own agenda each day, eating what you want, when you want, and making your own bed, or leaving the covers crumpled in divine decadence? Perhaps it depends on your mood. I’m not averse to either, but do have a soft spot for self-catering in Cornwall, even as a staycationer.

Simply Messing about in Boats

In the opening chapter of Kenneth Grahame’s book ‘The Wind in the Willows’ Ratty tells his friend Mole that there is “absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats”

Nadelik Lowen

Or to put it in English “ Happy Christmas”. and if you are thinking of coming to Cornwall over the festive period, then you should be planning now by reading our blog

Spa’s the Word

Enjoy a touch of relaxation and rejuvenation at one of these lovely Cornish spas.

A Cornish walking holiday in Boscastle

You’re planning your next walking holiday. You’ve got as far as deciding to come to Cornwall. That’s the easy bit. But where in Cornwall should you base yourselves? One place that should definitely be near the top of your best walking holiday shortlist is Boscastle.

This picturesque harbour village offers walkers everything that you’ll need to have the best walking holiday in Cornwall.

Discover inland Cornwall

Cornwall is world-famous for its spectacular coastline, and rightly so. The Atlantic swell attracts intrepid surfers and bodyboarders, while the gentler waves of the south coast lend themselves perfectly to kayaking, SUP and other watersports.

Top Ten Cornish Ports

Everyone loves a wander around a Cornish quayside or harbour, but few realise that many of the buildings now converted to apartments or restaurants were once industrial buildings...