Cornish cream tea outside by the sea

Top Facts about Cornwall

Cornwall isn’t just about pasties and surfing!  Here are some other things you may not have known about Cornwall. Cornwall is of course famous for Cornish pasties, but also for saffron buns, Cornish fairings (a type of biscuit), Cornish fudge, and Cornish ice cream.  And of course for cream teas.  The Cornish way is to…

Aerial view of Trematon Castle

Glorious Gardens in East Cornwall

Glorious Gardens in East Cornwall With its mild climate, Cornwall boasts the highest concentration of grand and impressive gardens open to the public of any county in England.  Bathing in the Gulfstream, Cornwall is home to some of the rarest and most exotic plant species in the UK.  But there is plenty of variety – …

sky reflected in wet sand, seaton beach Cornwall

Cornwall – A Beginners Guide

Cornwall, land of myth and legend, is steeped in history, rich in culture, has provided inspiration to artists, poets and writers for centuries, and even has its own language.  With its mild climate and varied landscape, for many years it has been one of the favourite tourist destinations in England, attracting both domestic and international…

Accessible South East Cornwall

We have tried to make our guest information as user-friendly as possible for our wheelchair-using guests, by giving access notes on all the restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions.  However, there is probably nothing better than recommendations from other wheelchair-using guests, so here are some of their top suggestions for getting out and about in South…

Steam in Cornwall and Devon

For Steam enthusiasts, there are plenty of reasons to visit Cornwall and Devon. Here are just a few: At the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, you can enjoy a 13-mile round trip on a vintage steam train through some stunning Cornish countryside. Real enthusiasts would love the Footplate Experience days, where you get to shovel in…