Todays featured Bodmin campground / caravan park:
Walking through the tall grass and looking out for wildlife, fishing for tiddlers among the water lilies, watching the sunset against the back drop of the rolling Cornish countryside, and waking to the smell of breakfast cooking outside… These are .....
Todays featured St Austell cottage / chalet or cabin:
The campsite is situated in the heart of 'Du Maurier' Country on the south coast of Cornwall, between the beautiful estuary town of Fowey and the charming and historic port of Charlestown.
Todays featured St Mawes hotel:
St Mawes is located on the southern coast of Cornwall, the UK's mildest county, where daffodils begin to bloom in January. A quaint fishing village, St Mawes sits on the tip of the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that remains largely unspoilt by commercial influence.
Todays featured Newquay hotel:
Overlooking Fistral beach, one of the most famous beaches in the UK, the Carnmarth Hotel offers something for everyone all year round. From watching the surfing competitions or learning to surf, to walking on the beach or coastal paths, even .....
Todays featured Port Isaac hotel:
10 comfortably furnished en suite guest rooms many with sea views, stylishly decorated to a high standard. All rooms are well equipped and have crisp white cotton linen, luxurious fluffy towels, invigorating showers or sensuous baths, exquisite fittings and enchanting local art.
Todays featured Truro hotel:
So why choose the Carlton? Well, it's situated in the beautiful cathedral City of Truro, 30 minutes away from the Eden Project and in the ideal mid peninsular location from which you can explore the delights of Cornwall.