'Cornwall feeds something in the soul, don’t you find?’
So wrote Sunday Times bestselling author Fern Britton in one of her earlier novels set in and around the fictional Cornish coastal town of Trevay.
This summer sees the release of her latest novel The Newcomer, set in Trevay’s neighbouring village Pendruggan. It’s springtime in the village and as the community comes together to say a fond farewell to the parish vicar, a newcomer causes quite a stir…
As a county, Cornwall has done very well in this year Visit England Rose Awards with nine accommodation providers gaining the highly prized award.
Designed to showcase those establishments that provide the warmest of welcomes, only 100 recipients across England are chosen every year. These are places where the owners, managers and staff really know how to delight their customers, irrespective of their star rating, style or type of accommodation