Get muddy at Kennall Vale

Embrace the rain and explore the wooded slope and rich undergrowth of Kennall Vale. Play poo sticks, walk the dog, and discover the old machinery from the glory days of the gunpowder mills – giant iron cogs which drove the water mills.

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Brave the big blue…

You’re already wet…why not get wetter? With over 300 beaches in Cornwall there’s no shortage of sea, with many beaches offering great watersports facilities and tuition.

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Indulge at the St Moritz Spa

Be warm and relaxed in the Cowshed Spa. With its botanical products that are free from chemicals and artificial colours and flavours - suitable for vegetarians, they’re almost good enough to eat, but you’ll have more fun if you opt for a massage…



Watch the world go by at Gylly beach café

A spacious terrace (with heaters and blankets) and huge picture windows mean you can enjoy the view whatever the weather. The food is fab throughout the day – full Cornish breakfasts, coffee and cake, lovely lunches and delicious dinners.



Visit Port Isaac

Explore galleries, art and craft shops and hunt for one of the narrowest thoroughfares in the UK — the aptly named Squeezy Belly Alley! Stop off for a traditional Cornish cream tea and take time to enjoy this exceedingly picturesque village.

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