Cornish Traditional Cottages Article Archive

  • Enjoy a seaside break in St Austell Bay

    Enjoy a seaside break in St Austell Bay

    If you want to book Conrwall cottages which are close to the beach but offer easy access to a number of other attractions then a trip to St Austell could be a great choice.

  • Discover the history of the superb Pendennis Castle and Fort

    People who enjoy exploring the history of the British Isles should make sure that they plan a couple of holidays in Cornwall to explore the southern most county's rich and varied past. An ideal place to visit is Falmouth, home to Pendennis Castle and Fort, which boasts a history dating back almost 500 years.

  • Relax in a holiday cottage in Port Isaac

    Anyone looking for an idyllic getaway on England's south-west coast could certainly do worse than to book a stay at a Cornwall cottage. In a county with picturesque villages and harbours around every corner, there is no shortage of beautiful places to visit and explore. One of the gems of the north Cornish coast is the fishing village of Port Isaac.

  • Celebrate St Piran's Day on a Cornwall cottage holiday

    Cornwall is a great place to take a holiday at any time of the year - one of the best times to soak up the culture is St Piran's Day, which takes place in the first week of March and honours the patron saint of Cornwall - offering plenty of potential for self catering holidays in Cornwall.

  • Visit Cornwall and experience the Feast of Imbolc

    The popular Feast of Imbolc is a great opportunity to see Irish Celtic culture on display in the area. Visitors staying in a holiday home in Cornwall may like to find out more about the exciting festival and what they can expect to experience.

  • Stay in a cottage in St Austell Bay

    With its great sweeping bay, vivid scenery and vibrant atmosphere, it is not hard to see why St Austell Bay is a popular destination for holidaymakers visiting Cornwall.

  • See the Christmas lights in Mousehole on a Cornish break

    The Christmas lights at Mousehole in Cornwall are a yearly tradition that has been taking place for more than four decades. A good time to visit and stay in a Cornish cottage is between mid-December and the first week of January, when the lights will be in full swing.

  • Get your Christmas shopping in Cornwall

    Get your Christmas shopping in Cornwall

    Cornwall is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city during the festive period and it is a great spot to regain some of the magic that should be associated with Christmas.

  • Celtic celebrations with Lowender Peran Festival

    In a celebration of the region's Celtic roots, the Cornish town of Perranporth comes alive as it hosts the Lowender Peran Festival. Taking place every October, the event serves up a wide range of things to see and do for all the family.

  • Tuck into the Padstow Carnival Week

    Tuck into the Padstow Carnival Week

    While a visit to one of the many towns located in Cornwall during the summer months is bound to offer an experience full of good food, sunny weather and adventurous activities, a trip to Padstow may offer a particularly pleasurable experience.

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