Cornish sea

Looking for things to do whilst you're here?

Explore Cornwall

You could spend all summer here and not run out of things to do, to see, to visit, to walk, to eat, drink and enjoy. Many can be found from these websites: Visit CornwallCornwall PlusHand Luggage Only and Visit England.


The range of beaches in Cornwall is unparalleled with more rugged surfing friendly beaches on the North (Atlantic) Coast and quiet, bucket and spade type, beaches on the South Coast. The closest beach, Trebarwith Strand, disappears with high tide but is a surprisingly large expanse of sand with low Spring tides and is a surf hot-spot with its own surf school.


Cornwall's warm climate has resulted in an unusual number of superb gardens including:

Houses & Castles

Cornwall is full of both National Trust, English Heritage and independent sites. Some of the most interesting include:


There are many absolutely brilliant pubs in Cornwall and these are some of our favourites:


North Cornwall is a foodie’s paradise with many superb restaurants including those of Paul Ainsworth, Nathan Outlaw and Rick Stein.


There are lots of great cafes locally. Boscastle Farm shop has great views out to sea and is a good place to stock up on supplies as it has a mini supermarket attached to the cafe.


From the Coastal Footpath to the Camel Trail there are many accessible footpaths including the one from Fentafriddle to Backways Cove and Trebarwith Strand and the Port William.