Cornwall

A round-up of Cornish favourites

I’m using this post as a referencing point for anyone looking for my Cornwall posts. I’ll be adding to it as we visit new places. Got some tips? Leave a comment.

This summer I want to get out and about a lot more in Cornwall. It was difficult last year with a newborn and this year I plan on trying new places which are child/buggy friendly and easily accessible with public transport. I really want to grow the Cornwall section of my blog as a resource for both locals and those new to the area, sharing my favourite days out, activities, beaches and places to eat and drink. Here’s a round-up of the posts previously published.

The Eden Project

Days out
Falmouth (Pendennis Castle, St Mawes)
St Ives
The Eden Project
Marazion (St Michael’s Mount and Chapel Rock Cafe)
Mousehole
St Mawes
Paradise Park
Gwithian Towans
Seal Sanctuary
Woodland walks
Penlee Park Open Air Theatre
We spend a lot of time in St Ives!

sandcastle, marazion

Best beaches
St Ives
Marazion
Nanjizal

National Cream Tea Day at The Alverton Hotel

Places to eat, drink and be merry
The Alverton (we’ve been twice!)
The Godolphin Arms
Rock Pool Cafe
The Lifeboat Inn
The Front Room
Red River Inn
Trevaskis Farm
The Mexico Inn
The Vault
St Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa
red arrows, falmouth

Don’t miss these events
Mazey Day
Quay Day
Culdrose Air Day
Cornwall Design Fair
Truro City of Lights

Brands and stores

cornish christmas gift guide 2016

Cornish Christmas gift guide 2017

jenson craft box penzance

The Craft Box, Penzance

I’ll be back with some more recommendations soon. In the meantime, if I’ve missed anything/you recommend anything for next week, leave me a comment below.

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