As we make our way through (a rather soggy) spring, many of us are starting to plan ahead for the summer, with thoughts of holidays playing on our minds.
If you’re thinking of escaping the stresses and strains of everyday life and planning a holiday in Cornwall this year here are some accommodation types to consider.
Whether you are seeking sea views or an inland hideaway, there is a huge choice of stunning hotels to choose from in Cornwall. From the Pier House Hotel, set in beautiful Charlestown – famous as the film location for popular TV series Poldark, to the St Moritz Hotel with its fabulous coastal views, or the Jamaica Inn on Bodmin Moor – the county is packed full of unique venues offering fantastic breaks away.
Quirky accommodation, stunning locations, traditional country comfort – whatever you’re looking for in a B&B, Cornwall has it all.
The Artist Residence in Penzance offers artistic inspiration to all who stay there, whilst Trereife Park has stunning views towards Mount’s Bay. Further north you’ll find Tregarth House Bed & Breakfast which is located in St Austell and boasts great access to many beautiful beaches, whilst the locations of Dolvean House in Falmouth and The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow speak for themselves.
A hugely popular type of accommodation, there is a vast array of beautiful self-catering properties available around the county – from romantic, cosy boltholes to large and modern family homes. With many of the properties on offer allowing dogs too, there’s no reason not to take the whole family away this year – your pooch is sure to love a Cornish adventure too!
Whether you bring your own tent, park up your caravan or motorhome, or are looking to try your hand at some glamping, there can be no better place than Cornwall for your adventure (yes, we are a little biased!).
With campsites and holiday parks located on the stunning coast, tucked away in beautiful areas inland and even next to picturesque lakes - the perfect family holiday awaits. Many of the parks available offer tent, caravan and motorhome pitches - in addition to glamping pods, wooden lodges and large comfortable caravans, to name just a few. If you’re looking for ways to keep the kids entertained, there are also plenty of activities and facilities on offer to ensure the whole family is happy.
If you’re looking for places to stay in Cornwall and are in need of further ideas, take a look here to find out more.