Cornwall

Cornwall's dramatic, unspoilt coastline stretches the South border for 300 miles; picturesque beach towns, rugged moorlands and coastal paths.

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An endless plethora of quaint fishing villages and harbour towns, turquoise waters, luxury hotels and film locations and undisturbed countryside to be explored, the West Country is a magical area of the UK. Don a wetsuit and brave the waves at one of the many surfing sweet spots; Perranporth, Porthtowan, Fristal, Gwithian and Polzeath. Tease your palate with Cornish delicacies; clotted cream with jam and scones, and not forgetting the many variations of the traditional Cornish pasty that's a must-try of the region. Famed for its arts and inspirational landscapes, Cornwall boasts open-air theatre Minack Theatre, tidal island St. Michael's Mount and tropical global gardens in the form of The Eden Project. Whether you're an explorer, artist, adrenaline seeker or looking for relaxation, Cornwall caters to all.

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Hangouts

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The Watering Hole
Looking for a cool hangout on the beach? Here is one of the candidates for the title of Cornwall’s best beach bars. A whole range of drinks, food, including teas, coffee, cakes and meals. There really isn't a better place to eat or drink on a sunny day in the area.
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Chrissy's Tearoom
This is a lovely place for an afternoon tea with the girls or a tasty cuppa with the love of your life on a Saturday morning. The fabulous tea room feels warm and inviting and the scones, dear God, the scones are out of this world, so fresh and fluffy that they melt in your mouth instantly.
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The Fish House Fistral
Very fairly priced and amazing location facing Fistral beach, a wonderful, locally owned, intimate restaurant where chefs always come up with excellent dishes to satisfy the tastes of their guests. Brilliant atmosphere and outstanding service.
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Whiskers Newquay
Great bar that stands out amongst a lot of average pubs. It's eccentric in the decor and it has a welcoming vibe. The open mic nights is always buzzing, mega fun, full of people singing along like a big family.
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Cornwall Gold
Situated in Redruth, Cornwall Gold is the UK's largest jewellery showroom selling accessories suitable for people of all tastes, with an excellent range of styles and prices. With many family-friendly activities and a highly-acclaimed restaurant on site, a visit to Cornwall Gold can be made into a day out ...
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Royal Cornwall Museum
Possibly one of the best selections of Cornish and British art is to be found at the Royal Cornwall Museum. From documents, jewellery, mummies, ceramics, urns, rocks and mineral collections, there are so many wonders to be explored here that you'd better allow enough time to discover them.
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