You're staying in a seriously special place, but what nearby places are worth emerging from your retreat to go and visit?
Escape the bucket and spade brigade and head to these tucked-away treasures - but shhh - don't tell anyone!
Tales of kings, would-be kings, wizards and swords cling to Tintagel like a pervasive mist - there's not many castles which have such a mythology surrounding it and one so deep rooted in the English psyche - this is a perfect day out.
From The Shell Seekers to Nancharrow, this Cornish author has really put Cornwall on the international literary scene and television screen.
This stunning natural phenomenon is perfect for walkers (and their doggies) so don boots and get exploring!
Make no bones about it – Rock is a bit posh. Frequented by the likes of Prince Harry and his pals, it’s known as the Saint-Tropez of Britain.
St Agnes is fast becoming the coolest place in Cornwall. On the rugged north coast (surfing hotspot) it is a small town that packs a big punch.
Be sure to explore Sennen Cove - a surfers' paradise in the wild west of Cornwall
Boscastle is beautiful. Nestled into a valley with a pretty harbour and dramatic landscape it is a super special place to spend some time.
A shopping mecca for all things handmade, heartfelt and hard to find… Tavistock town is more than its 900 year old market with a hearty nightlife and soul-soothing strolls.
A little bit about Lymington, an area of exquisite loveliness on the edge of the New Forest, filled with local delicacies, outdoor activities and suitably nautical vibes.