Cornish Gardens that you might not have heard of….

I am sure you are aware that Cornwall has some great gardens, from the world famous Eden Project to the glorious spring gardens like Trebah and Heligan. But there are also plenty of smaller gardens that often get overlooked as we head, understandably, to the big names.
So here’s a walk through the lawns and raised beds of some of the lesser known jewels in Cornwall’s horticultural glories.

We love Cornwall in the spring

Birds singing, newborn lambs, beautiful colours…oh, we just love Cornwall in the springtime and we’ll let you into a little secret, it’s one of the best times to visit. Here’s why...

Cornwall’s very own Nessie’s

Scotland has the Loch Ness Monster, North America has the Big Foot and Scandinavia has the Lindworm…  For many years tourists to Cornwall were lured into buying gifts displaying pixies (or piskys), dressed in bright green and red with pointy hats, believing they would bring them good luck.

Cornwall’s Finest go Outdoors!!

The 2019 Cornwall Tourism Awards shone a light on outdoor activities, with a number of awards going to businesses that make the most of what a wonderful place Cornwall is.

Cornwall’s bathing waters excel

For the fourth year running, all of Cornwall’s beaches have passed tough bathing water quality standards, according to figures published by DEFRA , with 85% of beaches in Cornwall receiving the top ‘e

Award Winners All!

 

It’s been a good few months for awards down here with our first two Five Star hotels announced. Both The Headland Hotel at Newquay and The Nare Hotel on the Roseland received the accolade after lots of hard work. If you are looking for a bit of luxury with a sea view, these two should be top of your list.