Cornwall is located in the south west of England and stretches from the Cornwall/Devon county border down to lands End and the Lizard Peninsula. Cornwall is a fantastic location for a holiday or short break and includes some of the most beautiful countryside and stunning coastline anywhere in the world........See more
Due to its southery position, Cornwall enjoys a relatively mild and temperate climate all year round, and the weather can generall be relied on even in the winter months. This makes it an ideal destination for a self catering log cabin holiday and is very poular with both UK and international tourists......See more
Cornwall is located on the south west tip of the UK, surrounded by sea on three sides. Travel arrangements to visit Cornwall are relatively straight forward whether by road, rail, air or sea. Once in Cornwall travelling around by either car, bus or rail is also quite straight forward. Click more for further details to help plan your visit...........See more
With evidence of habitation during the stone age, and an ancient Cornish language still spoken to this day, history lovers will be in the element when visiting Cornwall. There are prehistoric remains, standing stones, ancient monuments and burial grounds to be explored. Not to mention the history of smuggling.........See more
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Enjoy a delightful Christmas and New Year in Cornwall!
Christmas and New Year is an especially magical time in Cornwall for all the family. The vast choice of hotels, guesthouses, cottages and lodges are the perfect places to gather and enjoy some traditional festive cheer. Warmly lit village pubs and welcoming log fires set the scene throughout the Christmas season and go on well into the New Year.
Cornwall offers a delightful blend of traditional and quaint hospitality and is a place of age old traditions which draw thousands of visitors throughout the year. A chilly dip in the exhilarating sea is a Christmas Day event not to be missed.
Christmas time is always rather special here, with beautifully lit villages, Christmas markets and ancient churches bedecked in their festive finery. Harbour towns and fishing villages become twinkling wonderlands with their brightly lit boats, coloured lights and decorated trees. Truro Cathedral has a wonderful nativity each year, where live animals are the stars of the show and the Christmas service attracts visitors from far and wide.
The famous Eden Project hosts a full range of festive events, including a colourful lantern parade and an outdoor ice rink. With local markets and festivals throughout November and December there is plenty of opportunity to sample delicious Cornish produce and buy some unique gifts. For those crisp winter days the glorious beaches are ideal for walking off a hearty lunch and taking in the bracing fresh air.
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