Top 5 Cornwall Festivals for 2015

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Cornwall sees its fair share of festivals and events, but if you had to choose just one, which would you attend? has put together their top five annual events to help you decide the best time to visit Cornwall. Flora Day, May Celebrated for hundreds of years, Flora Day isn’t quite like any other festival in Cornwall. The folk festival brings the town of Helston to life ... Read Full Article

Top 5 Coastal Walks in Cornwall

Lizard Point

With its miles of stunning coastline and rolling hills, it’s not surprising that an estimated 5 milllion tourists visit Britain’s most south westerly county each year. Along with the surfers, sunbathers and stag parties come thousands of ramblers to take advantage of the many beautiful walks in Cornwall. Twelve separate regions of Cornwall have been named as official ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural ... Read Full Article

Stories From the Celtic Lands of Cornwall, England

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  Let’s make it official: the end of the line does not automatically spell a strange or fated no-go. Head as far southwest in England as possible and you will not fall off the edge of the earth but will instead stumble across my home and the extraordinary Cornwall. Celebrated for world-class beaches, stunning moorlands and countryside, world heritage mining sites and historical ... Read Full Article

Cornwall, England’s Bedruthan Steps Hotel


For years The Bedruthan Steps Hotel has been known as a family friendly hotel, perfect for children and parents alike. In recent years it has become better known for its commitment to sustainability, innovative events and a beautiful ocean spa. Bedruthan Steps Hotel was one of the first in the UK to employ a full time Sustainability Manager to oversee all of their environmental initiatives. In ... Read Full Article

Exploring the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall, England


  Located near the village of Mevagissey in Cornwall, England, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Cornwall’s must-visit gardens. Originally owned by the Tremayne family for over 400 years, the gardens fell into a state of neglect after the First World War when many of the gardeners sadly lost their lives. It wasn’t until 1990 that the derelict gardens were discovered by Tim Smit ... Read Full Article