Welcome to Cornwall

With its dramatic coastline, beautiful beaches and picturesque villages, it's no wonder Cornwall remains one of the most popular counties to visit in the UK. Whether you're a visitor or resident, take the time to really explore this land full of legends and heritage - it's surprising what you'll find. So step out onto the wild moor, grab a surfboard, enjoy some fine dining by the sea or just sit back, relax and admire the endless views. Cornwall has it all.

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Talland Bay Hotel Weddings

Located on a clifftop overlooking the beautiful bay below - and with stunning views, idyllic surroundings and an elegant interior – The Talland Bay Hotel provides an enchanting wedding venue in Cornwall. Perfect for smaller, intimate weddings, you will enjoy exclusive use of the hotel during your big day – guaranteeing privacy and full use of the beautiful grounds for you and your guests.


Gadles Farm Cottages

Enjoy country life with a stay at Gadles Farm, a beautiful working dairy farm that is home to over sixty prize-winning Ayrshire cattle and two stunning self-catering properties. Although situated less than 10 miles away from the city of Truro, you’ll feel like a world away as the farm provides plenty of open space and far reaching views of the Cornish countryside.


The Eden Project

An unforgettable experience in a breathtaking location, the Eden Project is a horticultural spectacle, with over a million plants spread across 35 acres of stunning global gardens situated in the heart of Cornwall. Explore the two vast covered Biomes, housing wild landscapes, crops and stories from the Rainforest and Mediterranean regions - before continuing your journey in the Outdoor Garden.


Louise Penberthy Jones

Louise Penberthy-Jones is a gifted photographer. Born and raised in St Ives, she spent her formative years travelling in Europe and Australasia. Louise had always recognised the beauty of the county but it was her time away that inspired her to take a second look at Cornwall’s true magic. The work she produces is varied, but her real passion is the Cornish light and its impact on the sand and sea.