Bank Holiday is upon us again and typically it is raining here in Cornwall. After 3 days of glorious sunshine the heavens opened in style and greeted us with torrential rain and spectacular thunderstorms on Friday night, just in time for Half Term and the Bank Holiday weekend.
But, in true Cornish spirit the mizzle (for definition of mizzle click here!) shouldn’t spoil your fun and there are still plenty of things to do when the weather is a little damp – although good news is it’s set to clear up! For this weeks weather forecast in Cornwall click here.
Here is a little round up of some of the wonderful things to do come rain or shine!
For those families who like games and gaming Eden’s “Game On” returns for another successful year from ball games in the gardens to classic arcade games and the latest releases its a bevy of gaming activity in addition to the wonderful biomes. For more information click here and why not stay at The Colomiar in St Stephen-in-Brannell only a few miles away..
For those Falmouth fans this week sees the launch of Fal River Week, a 10 day festival celebrating the culture, places and history of this fine area. Expect music and drama, arts and crafts, literature and arts,water based activities such as SUP, and paddle board yoga for the more adventurous, films and comedy aboard the King Harry Ferry, Nordic walking and the infamous point to pint swim. There is also plenty to do for kids with many activities at The Maratime Museum (perfect for a mizzly day!) arts and crafts and many adventure activities for the kids to enjoy. Why not head across the water to the simply beautiful village of flushing (or stay at our Forgotten Houses Quay House!) and enjoy guided walks, learn of the history and enjoy the local art.
For more information about Fal River Festival visit http://www.falriver.co.uk/ and for a wonderful holiday why not stay in many of our Forgotten Houses in Constantine such as Badgers, Bosvathick Lodge, Little Bosvarren, Bosbenna and Polwartha Farmhouse.
For those who love all things arts and crafts, Open Studios is happening all over Cornwall this week here artists throw open their studio doors for the general public to catch a glimpse of their creative hideaways. There are also a number of workshops being held over the week such as landscape drawing, printmaking and book making, for more details visit http://www.openstudioscornwall.co.uk/
For festival lovers The Great Estates debuts at Scorrier House next weekend offering a plethora of music, entertainment and activities. For more info visit http://greatestatefestival.co.uk/
Next weekend also sees return of the delicious Launceston Food Festival, craft beers, performance and music,street food stalls and entertainment fills the streets for all to enjoy, why not stay at Brown’s Barn nearby?. https://www.facebook.com/LauncestonFoodAndDrinkFestival/
This is just a small snippet of what’s on over this week – for more visit these websites: