Half Term Fun from North to South Coast

How can it be half term already I hear you cry?! It was only Christmas last week! This half of the school term has flown by and next week will see  7 days of finding things for the children to do and praying for good weather (fyi its looking like rain the first few days!). As always Cornwall is a wonderful place for children and there is always something to do come rain or shine for every budget and age.

 

First stop is of course where to stay if you fancy getting away from it all for a last minute break we have a few houses available; there’s Josiah’s Cottage – a gorgeous house that sleeps 4 and Waggon House next door which sleeps 6-8, both just by Port Isaac – home to ITV Doc Martin and a short distance from the popular Rock, Padstow and historic villages of Tintagel and Boscastle.

 

 

 

 

Or, if you fancy the South Coast, Badgers and Polwartha House which sleep 5-6 people are situated 400 yards from a country pub near the lovely village of Constantine and a short drive from the popular seaside town of Falmouth.

Badgers holiday house to let near Falmouth

 

So you’ve settled into your gorgeous Forgotten Houses cottage, donned the wellies and hoped for dry weather – what to do next? Heres a round up of things to do near these houses:

 

Padstow Area

An adaptation of this wonderful classic by The Kernow Players.

 

A week of stories and storytelling inspired by the wonderful Roald Dahl.

 

Become a ranger for the day and help tackle overgrown gorse then cook jacket potatoes and marshmallows on an open fire.

Journey back through time and enjoy all things Cornish from Steam Engines to Pastys.

 

 

Falmouth Area

Step back in time over 400 years with life in the Tudor fort of Pendennis. See demonstrations from a Tudor cook, and  learn what the Pendennis’ Tudor residents ate  then try your hand at sword skills and cannon drills.

 

Choose a bird character for the day and find out all about them as you walk around the beautiful gardens within a Cornish valley then venture down to the beach.

 

From the popular children’s tv program Show Me Show Me comes the stage version with its characters, songs and toys.

 

Find out about space, space missions and the wonders of the galaxy.