Places to stay with the quirky factor

Looking for something a little different for your next sojourn to Cornwall? How about staying in a converted horsebox, snuggling down in a shepherds hut or in a converted railway carriage.

Daphne du Maurier's Cornwall

Daphne du Maurier moved to Cornwall in the late 1920s. She gained inspiration from the towns and landmarks around Cornwall to set her novels. Here’s a guide that will help you experience those places

What's On 2019

Planning your holiday for 2019? Here's our beginners guide to some of the wonderful events taking place in Cornwall that you might enjoy going along to... and we would hate you to miss them!

Cornwall on Film

These days it’s not difficult to catch a glimpse of Cornwall on the small screen, what with Poldark, Doc Martin, and Delicious on the main channels and repeats of Wycliffe usually on some more obscure channel. All these programs act as great adverts for the county, showing its scenery off behind the drama being played out in the foreground.

A Guide to St Agnes

Considered to be the very essence of rural Cornwall, St Agnes is a beautiful and thriving village on Cornwall’s north coast.

10 Reasons to visit Cornwall this June

Here are some great reasons to Visit Cornwall this June. From funky festivals and long walks on the South West Coast Path, to sunset drinks and quiet campsites.