Boscastle is beautiful. Nestled into a valley with a pretty harbour and dramatic landscape it is a super special place to spend some time.
The Mousehole Lights switch on signals the start of the start of Christmas in Cornwall and shouldn't be missed, so we recommend staying in one of our Boutique Retreats...
Located on the western edge of Mount's Bay about three miles west of Penzance, this is a place that the guidebooks call the quintessential British harbour village and that Dylan Thomas crowned 'the loveliest village in England'.
From Harry Potter to the latest spate of vampire and zombie films, it seems we can't get enough of magic and the supernatural. Go to the museum to find out the reality behind the fiction.
Beaches, bistros and boutique holidays in Falmouth, the seaside town on the edge of the world's deepest natural harbour, so expect a nautical ambience.
Tintagel Castle, located on a rocky peninsular off the north coast of Cornwall, may be a ruin today, but you can easily trace the footprint of what must once have been a mighty fortress.
Sitting out on the lawn under the palm trees that wend their way down towards a sparkling blue sea, with a glass of something cold, crisp and refreshing in hand, is not a bad way to spend a summer’s afternoon.
"This old fishing port ... he who passes these things and gazes down on the huddled town on its promontory below him, can hardly restrain a gasp of admiration." John Betjeman, in Cornwall: A Shell Guide, 1964.
The coast walk from the village of Lelant to St Ives is, I believe, one of the best in the country. I rise with the sun and make a pilgrimage to a church that has twice surrendered to the sands to begin my walk along the stunning coastline towards St Ives.
Located on the western edge of Mounts Bay about three miles west of Penzance, this is a place that the guidebooks call the quintessential British harbour village and that Dylan Thomas crowned ‘the loveliest village in England’.