Cornish Holiday have been awarded two accreditation's, the Visit England ‘Good to Go’ and the AA ‘Covid-19 Confident’. This means we have followed Industry and Government guidelines to help keep everyone safe.
Please take a look at some of our articles. We hope you will find them interesting and useful to help you enjoy your stay in Cornwall. Feel free to read and share before, during and even after your holiday. We would love to hear your thoughts and comments if you know of somewhere in Cornwall you would like us to write about, or have some content you would like included in a blog.
Before you start reading this why not take a look at our video ‘Cornwall in the Cold’
With Autumn officially starting around the beginning of the third week of September it can be one of the best times to visit Cornwall. Although the children have gone back to school, and along with them the bulk of the summer holiday makers, the weather can be just as good. This can be the ideal time to get out and explore Cornwall and maybe enjoy a few highlights.
Cornwall is well known for its rugged coastline and golden beaches, but it also has some of the finest gardens in the country and arguably the world. With its temperate climate many varieties of plants, shrubs and trees thrive when elsewhere they just wouldn’t survive.
Here at Cornish Holiday we are passionate about Cornwall and all things Cornish and wanted to let you know about some of the fantastic gardens which are well worth visiting while you are in this fantastic county. Many have coffee shops and things to do for the children so they can be a real family adventure.
A favourite of ours is Glendurgan which is managed by the National Trust. Not only does this have a wonderful maze to get lost in but at the bottom of the garden you arrive at Durgan on the Helford River where you can get an ice cream and dibble your toes, if you so wish.
Cornwall is a wonderful county which offers so much. If you are a keen angler, then this is a fantastic county to visit. It doesn’t matter if you prefer Coarse Fishing, Fly Fishing, Beach Fishing or Rock Fishing, Cornwall offers it all.
Why not take a trip down to Cornwall and enjoy the fresh air, great scenery and your favourite pastime?
We hope to see you soon.
Cornish Holiday have been awarded two accreditations, the Visit England ‘Good to Go’ and the AA ‘Covid-19 Confident’. The last few months have been very strange for us all and it will take some time for life to get back to normal, and possibly some things will have changed for ever. There is likely to be an increased emphasis on working from home together with online shopping and click & collecting products. We believe that the need for a relaxing, stress free break will still be as important as ever and with the British Isles being blessed with the county of Cornwall, where better to go and unwind. With lots of open spaces, fresh sea air and wonderful scenery it’s a fantastic place to forget the pressures of lockdown.
For some, Cornwall could be described as the Caribbean county, with miles of sandy beaches, Crystal clear waters and a mild climate, for others it is dramatic, with high, impressive rugged cliffs but it could also be considered the garden of Eden with magnificent gardens which are home to plants are tress that are unable to grow anywhere else in the UK but thrive in Cornwall due to its temperate climate.