Whether travelling for business, pleasure or simply exploring what's on your own doorstep - Cornwall has a huge amount to offer the solo traveller. We all need a little space from time to time and there can be few things better than re charging your batteries on a beautiful beach or taking some time out for reflection on a picturesque coastal walk.
The range of accommodation in Cornwall is superb - from stylish seaside hotels, yurts in the Cornish wilderness or a cosy cottage with log fire in St Ives
With many hotels offering great deals for solo travellers you’ll find everything you need for the ultimate getaway.
Indulge a little
From cool beach cafes to cosy inns and celebrated restaurants, Cornwall is fast becoming the ultimate foodie destination. With a wealth of outstanding local produce, some of the best seafood in the world, alongside a range of independent breweries and wineries – eating out in Cornwall is an unforgettable experience.
Whether you’re treating yourself to a bespoke taster menu, proper Cornish pasty or mouth watering seasonal dishes, you won’t be disappointed.
Take a look at some of Cornwall’s extraordinary eateries
Cornwall is one giant playground just waiting to be explored. With over 400 miles of coastline, 6,000 footpaths and lessons on every watersport imaginable, there’s plenty to keep you active.
From cliff top walks and coasteering in rocky outcrops, to cycling through the charming countryside – there are plenty of things to do in Cornwall whatever the weather.
Discover Cornwall’s natural attractions from mystical waterfalls to expanses of wild moor and woodland. From secret caves and hidden beaches to famous Cornish landmarks, there’s a great day out around every corner.
Explore St Michael’s Mount and Brown Willy or visit some of the world’s most beautiful beaches - we recommend a trip to the breathtaking Kynance Cove on the Lizard Peninsula.
Whether you’re looking for a last minute spa day, relaxing weekend spa break, or just a couple of hours indulgent pampering – Cornwall has a range of options to choose from.
Why not try a sensuous chocolate massage or reviving facial at one of the county’s top spas?
This beautiful county has inspired many, from Winston Graham and Daphne du Maurier to Bernard Leach and J M W Turner, it’s easy to see why. From the undulating hills and stunning seascapes to tales of ghosts and lovers’ despair – Cornwall is truly enchanting.
Visit Cornwall’s range of galleries and museums and enrich yourself with the wealth of art on offer. Take a trip to the mysterious Bodmin Moor for a pint at Jamaica Inn, or a horseback ride across the rugged moor in search of Ross Poldark.