Walking around Cornwall

We may be biased, but we consider Cornwall to be one of the finest parts of the UK for walking. It has great variety, from wooded creeks to rock strewn moorland, from country parks to long sandy beaches. Whatever level of walk you are looking for, from gentle stroll to a week on the coast path, you’ll find a walk for you in Cornwall.

The Alverton Hotel - Four Silver Stars awarded

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The Alverton Hotel in Truro has been recognised for its high quality offering by the AA.

Previously holding four AA Stars, the handsome Grade II listed hotel was awarded four AA SILVER Stars earlier this month. It has also retained two AA Rosettes for its Brasserie, held since July 2016.

The 50 bedroom hotel in the heart of Cornwall was granted the accolades following a recent inspection.

September 2017 Food Bites

T'is the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, the hedgerows are full of berries and the apples hang heavy in the trees... with all this fresh produce around, what are our Cornish chefs up to?

Romantic Autumn Breaks

This Autumn enjoy a relaxing and romantic break in Cornwall with our guide to the top things to do with your loved one.

Cornish Summer Food Bites 2017

The summer holidays are in full swing and Cornwall is the place to be! The Fish and Chip shops have queues out the door and the local pubs changing yet another barrel of cider. It’s a time to party, to enjoy time away with the family, and hopefully soak up some sunshine!

All across Cornwall there are restaurants, café’s, bars and attractions, all offering a great selection of locally produced food and drink. Here’s a selection of what’s on offer this month…

 

Family Feast Nights at The Headland, Newquay