To those who know little about Cornwall, we are a small county, located in the far South West of the country. However, as residents and visitors are aware, there’s much more to Cornwall than you may first think.

After deciding to visit Cornwall, there’s an important next step – where to go! North, south, east or west? Each area has its own charm and character – from the raging surf on the north coast, to the quaint fishing villages and harbours of the south coast. Perhaps you prefer moorland vistas, rather than seascapes? If that’s the case, then we’ve got something for you too. The rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor is great for walking (or running if that takes your fancy!).

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You’ll be spoilt for choice for great places to stay in Cornwall, from hotels to B&Bs, self-catering and glamping. If you’re looking to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, why not head to Restronguet Barton on the Fal Estuary? Choose between two gorgeous country cottages or a caravan pitch then sit back and admire the views over the estuary and Cornish countryside beyond - a truly idyllic place to stay.

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Perhaps you’d prefer to be amidst the vibrancy of a Cornish town? The Greenbank Hotel is located in Falmouth – a town which sits on the water’s edge and offers a whole host of things to do, including the Oyster Festival and Falmouth Beer Festival.

The Old High St Falmouth

One thing is for sure – once you’ve visited, you’ll want to come back again. Giving you the perfect excuse to explore the county and try out the diverse range of accommodation available.