Immerse yourself in all things intellectually stimulating, feed your soul with visual and cultural ephemera and add that extra layer of loveliness to your holiday time.
Explore Britain’s biggest gorge – from the 450ft cliffs to the deepest stalactite caverns, there’s plenty to see and do.
Make like monks at this gorgeous ruin with the rolling Costwold countryside as a backdrop - just idyllic!
Experience this centuries-old festival brim-full of music which celebrates the arrival of summer (bells and whistles optional).
Don your best singing voice and head to this fab singing fest, one of the biggest maritime music festivals in Europe.
Step back in time in this medieval town, also the setting for the conclusive battle in the War of the Roses.
Here be giants.......from giant effigies to a lantern procession, this is a fab festival for families.
Once home to legendary writer Daphne du Maurier, Fowey pays homage to their most famous resident at their annual literature festival.
Celebrate the arrival of midsummer with the locals in a tradition that dates back hundreds of years.
Top hats and tails, flowers galore and St George and the Dragon all feature in this incredibly old May festival (which also happens to take place in our home town!).
Feel like royalty in this gorgeous castle, once home to the only wife to survive King Henry VIII.