Rest and relaxation is on the cards on your next visit to Cornwall. Put yourself first and unwind with a luxurious spa day, or go off-grid and reconnect with nature.

However you plan to spend some much-needed you time, do so in Cornwall.

Budock Vean Hotel

Spa days

Indulge in blissful spa days that rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul on your next trip. Nestled amidst stunning coastal landscapes and picturesque countryside, Cornwall's award-winning spas offer a haven of relaxation and pampering. Unwind with soothing treatments, soak in bubbling hot tubs, and experience pure serenity in this idyllic retreat.

Elsewhere, take time to reconnect with nature and undertake new experiences that focus on YOU!


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St Michael's Resort

Went for a spa day and everything from the staff, treatments, food and staff was just excellent. The decor was so beautiful and everything was clean. My facial was one of the best I’ve had and I’ve had a lot!! Would definitely come back. Lovely place.

TripadvisorReview of St Michael's Sa

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  • You are spoilt for choice? All the way down the coast, North Cornwall is blessed with long sandy beaches. Take a look at our Beach pages to find your favourite, be it for surfing, rock pooling or just lazing in the sunshine?

  • Yes... loads!

    The mild climate caused by the Gulf steam means the south side of Cornwall has some fantatstic gardens to visit. Perhaps the best known are the Lost Gardens of Heligan near Mevagissey. Come in the spring and be blown away by the colours...

    Down near Falmouth there's Trebah and Glendurgan, sitting side by side and running down valleys to the Helford Passage, there a must if your in that area.

    Smaller gardens such as Pinetum Park and the Hidden Garden are on the outskirts of St Austell. as is the Eden Project, not technically a garden, more a environmental wonderland!

    And if you're in the far east of Cornwall, a visit to Mt Edgcumbe Country Park should be on your list, and allow a day to do the place justice. The formal gardens are amazing, and then there's the deerpark and all the rest of the surrounding countryside.

  • Everything from the golden sands of St Ives Bay to the storm washed cliffs of Land's End, the prehistoric remains high on the Penwith Moors to the sub-tropical gardens of Mount's Bay, West Cornwall has plenty to offer.

    There's also a huge range of places to stay, from clifftop campsites to posh hotels. You can have dinner overlooking a epic sunset or grab a crab sandwich on a historic quayside.

    We don't think you will be disappointed!

  • Often, and quite literally, bypassed, mid Cornwall is overlooked by visitors who are understandably seeking coastal charms. Next time, however, pull over, stop for a while and allow yourself to be pleasantly surprised by the pastoral beauty of this underrated area… There's still plenty of pretty villages, lots of heritage, tucked away attractions and Cornwall's only city, Truro.

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