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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Trethem Mill Touring Park

Situated in rolling countryside, three miles from the stylish village of St Mawes and just a mile from the sea, multi-award winning Trethem Mill provides the ultimate retreat for those visiting Cornwall with a caravan, motorhome, or tent.


Bodmin Jail Restaurant

A fantastic day out in Cornwall - why not explore the eerie depths of the jail before heading to the restaurant to enjoy a mouth-watering meal? Dine in the Gothic elegance of the impressive Governor’s Hall and enjoy a wide range of home cooked, freshly prepared dishes created using locally sourced ingredients.


The National Lobster Hatchery

One of the few marine biology laboratories in the world open to visitors, The National Lobster Hatchery is a centre of excellence for lobster science and a fascinating place to visit in Cornwall. Open seven days a week, exhibits include a very large rare orange lobster, a variety of crabs, starfish and lots of baby lobsters in the maternity unit.


Restronguet Barton

Enjoy the view of the Fal Estuary, Carrick Roads and Cornish countryside beyond. Just minutes from beautiful walks on the South West Coast Path and the pretty village of Mylor Bridge, this is a truly idyllic place to stay in Cornwall. Choose to bring your caravan or book one of the two 400-year-old self-catering cottages.