Category Archives: Cornwall

The Best Cottages in Cornwall for your holiday!


With staggeringly beautiful sandy beaches, clifftop hikes with surreal views, rugged moorland and distinctive local culture, Cornwall is like nowhere else in the UK. If you’re planning a trip to this incredible region, you’re probably wondering where exactly to stay. There are hundreds of accommodation options in Cornwall, including countless Cornish holiday cottages. Why stay […]

How to Visit Tarquin’s Gin Distillery (near Padstow in Cornwall)

Tarquins near Padstow tasting room

Like most people in the UK, I’ve become an amateur gin connoisseur over the last few years. So when I started travelling in Cornwall and trying the local Cornish gin, I saw one name in particular everywhere: Tarquin.  I ended up in the Tarquin’s shops in Fowey and Padstow, tried some samples, and I was […]

How to Visit Pendennis Castle: Falmouth’s Coastal Fortress

Pendennis Castle: one of the best things to do in Falmouth

If you’re visiting Falmouth, why not head to Pendennis Castle and watch 500 years of history come alive? Pendennis Castle was built due to the threat of invasion and remained a mighty fortress when it came to defending historic England. Sitting on a headland overlooking Carrick Roads and the Fal Estuary, it is a place […]

Things to do in Kynance Cove and visiting tips for the beach

Kynance Cove on the Lizard

If you’re into white sand beaches and beautiful blue seas, you’ve got to visit Kynance Cove Beach while in Cornwall! This is one of the most spectacular beaches in the region – and the whole country.  If you’re wondering how to visit Kynance Cove, this blog post will help you out!  Where is Kynance Cove […]

Things to do in Launceston: Cornwall’s Old County Town!

Launceston street

 From visiting the ancient castle to exploring the historic town centre, there are lots of things to do in Launceston. Its inland location means that it is not that popular with tourists, but although it is not a big town, there is so much to uncover here.  It’s a fantastic place to visit if you […]

18+ Unique Things to do in Mevagissey, Cornwall

Mevagissey Harbour

There are many things to do in Mevagissey, from beautiful beaches to charismatic pubs and cafes to stunning surroundings.  This Cornish fishing village is a charming place that feels a lot more local than other spots on the coastline, with cob and slate cottages that hark back to its historic pilchard trade and rich maritime […]

Epic Things to do in Land’s End: UK’s most westerly point!

Lands End Signpost

From epic views and coastal walks to family-friendly attractions, there are so many things to do in Land’s End. It is one of the most famous landmarks in Cornwall and has been a significant place in the region for centuries.  If you’re planning to visit Land’s End, this guide is here to help! It will […]

18 Fascinating Cornwall Landmarks: The Old and New!

St Michael's Mount island in Cornwall, South West England

If you are planning to visit South West England, take a look at this list of Cornwall landmarks! Most of these are popular tourist attractions that you can base your entire holiday around, as well as some interesting places to keep an eye out for as you explore the region. From farm buildings to ancient […]

20+ Epic Things to do on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall

The Harbour and Fishing Village of Coverack in Cornwall, South West England

Are you wondering what things to do on the Lizard peninsula? There’s a range of attractions, from taking in magnificent views of the coastline on its many hikes, to trying local food and drink, to learning about the unique history of the UK’s southernmost area. This blog post will detail what to do on the […]

15 Things to do in Mousehole: Cornwall’s Loveliest Village!

boats in traditional fishing harbour of Mousehole at Cornwall

Are you looking for things to do in Mousehole? We’ve compiled a list of the best attractions in the village, so you can make the most of your time here.  Mousehole is an adorable settlement in southwest Cornwall. It has been called the loveliest village in Britain, and with its granite cottages, cobbled streets and […]