Falmouth Week

As the bustling harbour town of Falmouth gets ready to host the South West’s largest sailing regatta, we have handpicked the best of this vibrant annual festival to give an overview of what makes this an event worth visiting. Running from 7th-16th August 2015, Falmouth Week combines a celebration of all things nautical with a …read more ›

Historic Wales

Pembrokeshire in Wales is blessed with a treasure trove of historic sites and a dramatic coastline. This must-see area of Britain makes the perfect location for an historical holiday, plunging yourself into times gone by and experiencing life from another era. The 12th Century Manorbier Castle gives visitors a taste of feudal life in the Middle Ages. The birthplace of Gerald of …read more ›

Cornwall Beaches

When you think Cornwall, you think beaches, sparkling blue seas, golden sands and long days relaxing and playing about in the water. With over 400 miles of coastline, Cornwall abounds with beautiful bays and secluded coves, making it an ideal holiday hotspot. Surf-lovers will be wowed by the wide expanses of sand and rugged cliffs …read more ›

Padstow in Summer

Padstow is the quintessential Cornish fishing village; with picturesque boats bobbing about in the harbour and quaint buildings nestled in colourful streets. A perennial favourite with locals and tourists alike, Padstow has plenty to offer visitors, giving even the most ambitious holiday-maker a full schedule. Padstow’s charm will soon work its magic and have you …read more ›

Walk Cornwall

No holiday in Cornwall is complete without taking time to explore the dramatic and beautiful scenery that’s on our doorstep. With the rugged, wave pounded coast of North Cornwall, the moody and mysterious Bodmin Moor, and the wooded rivers of the South Coast; Cornwall is ideal walking country with something to suit everyone. With the summer weather hotting up, …read more ›