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Cornwall travel guides

Plan your perfect trip to Cornwall with our expert travel guides. Discover the best things to see and do, where to eat and drink, and insider tips for making the most of your stay.

Create Unforgettable Memories: Group Getaways at Trewena Cottages

Are you seeking the perfect venue for your next group retreat or celebration? Look no further than Trewena Cottages, where we offer the unique opportunity to book our entire 3-acre site for an unforgettable experience. Nestled amidst the picturesque Cornish countryside, our charming cottages provide the ideal setting for a memorable group stay. Booking the …

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Falmouth’s love nests: The most romantic restaurants and pubs to woo your sweetheart

What could be more romantic than a candlelit dinner or a cozy pub night with your significant other? Whether you’re celebrating an anniversary, popping the question, or just looking to spend some quality time with your loved one, Falmouth is the perfect destination for a romantic evening out. In this blog post, we’ll take a …

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Hiking the Lizard Peninsula

I’ve been planning to hike the Lizard coast path for some time and in April was joined by a couple of companions plus our dog Spud to tackle the 35ish miles from Porthleven to Helford passage. The path would take us around the coast of one of Cornwall’s most beautiful areas.  We split the walk …

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Falmouth Week 2024

Over 10 days every year the eyes of Cornwall turn to Falmouth for its annual festivities. Originating as a sailing regatta as early at 1837, these days, with so much going on it’s hard to pin down a theme other than fun, fun and more fun. Sailing races now feature alongside, live music, food and drink events, …

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Gylly, Swanpool and Maenporth walk

Taking in three of Falmouth’s very best beaches, this walk offers some fantastic elevated views across Falmouth Bay.  Distance: 5 miles (return) Difficulty: 2/5, good paths throughout. (Note: This walk can be extended to start at Castle Beach or Pendennis Point which will add on two miles, or shortened by a couple of miles by starting at …

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