Memories are made in Cornwall

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Welcome to family friendly holidays in Cornwall. use the left hand filters to select What's on; Things to do or Accommodation to discover family friendly Cornwall. Whatever your budget or interests you’re sure to be delighted with everything Cornwall has to offer.

To help you find what you’re looking for quickly and easily, why not use the Customise Your Visit tool found in the top right corner of the page - open up the tool and tell the website the age range of the children you’re travelling with and any access requirements, and when applied the website will only provide you with suitable information.

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  1. Falmouth Hotel | Hotels in Falmouth Cornwall

    The Falmouth Hotel

    AA rated

    The stunning 71 bedroom 3 star Falmouth Hotel set in 5 acres of garden, overlooking Falmouth Bay is ideal for families and couples with easy access to Gyllingvase Beach, Castle Beach, the harbour and town itself.   

  2. Cycle hire in Cornwall

    Cornwall offers the cyclist a great variety of cycling from quiet country lanes which meander through picturesque villages and ancient harbours, to more challenging off-road routes which explore the depths of the Cornish countryside.
  3. Cottages in Cornwall | Boscastle Holidays | Boscastle | Cornwall

    Boscastle Holidays

    Visit Britain rated

    Boscastle Holidays offer a choice of 4 peaceful, individually sited self-catering holiday cottages, sleeping 2 - 8, located in, or near Boscastle on the North Cornwall Coast. Close to coast path.

  4. Surfing in Cornwall

    Surfing is a great way to make the most of Cornwall's amazing beaches, with all the fantastic surfing, surf hire and surf schools. Search listings representing the very best surfing in Cornwall and local surf schools. Whatever your level of experience a whole world of fun awaits.
  5. Wadebridge - map

    Located just inland on the Camel River estuary and once famous as a centre for wool production, Wadebridge is a lively hub of the north coast. It’s the starting point for a popular stretch of the Camel Cycle Trail and provides a welcome stop off point for visitors heading for the area’s famous big surf and beaches. Here you’ll find all you need for a picnic, tonight’s dinner or something chic for the beach as the streets are full of independent shops and boutiques.