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St Ives Harbour Hotel - Porthminster
The Terrace
TR26 2BN St Ives
6.6 / 10
from £ 125
Alexandra Road
TR7 3NB Newquay
from £ 70
St Mellion International Resort
St Mellion
PL12 6SD Saltash
from £ 64
BEST WESTERN Cliff Head Hotel
Sea Road
PL25 3RB St Austell
7.3 / 10
Porth Avallen Hotel
Sea Road, Carlyon Bay
PL25 3SG St Austell
from £ 75
St. Michaels Hotel and Spa
Stracey Road, Gyllyngvase Beach
TR11 4NB Falmouth
6.9 / 10
from £ 40
Greenbank Hotel
TR11 2SR Falmouth
7.6 / 10
from £ 69
Sandy Lodge Hotel
6–12 Hilgrove Road
TR7 2QY Newquay
6.9 / 10
Hotel Penzance
Britons Hill
TR18 3AE Penzance
8.5 / 10
from £ 79
Park Grove Hotel
58 Kimberley Park Road
TR11 2DD Falmouth
10.0 / 10
from £ 50
Best Western Hotel Bristol
TR7 2PQ Newquay
7.3 / 10
from £ 50
Legacy Hotel Victoria
East St
TR7 1DB Newquay
8.7 / 10
from £ 40
The Lugger
TR2 5RD Truro
9.2 / 10
from £ 100
Trevalsa Court Hotel
School Hill
PL26 6TH Mevagissey
8.2 / 10
from £ 95
Lifton Hall
Lifton Hall
PL16 0DR Lifton
Bowood Park Hotel Golf Club
PL32 9RF Camelford
Metropole Hotel
Station Road
PL28 8DB Padstow
8.4 / 10
Rose in Vale Country House Hotel
Mithian, St. Agnes
TR5 0QD Mithian
7.1 / 10
from £ 98
Arundell Arms Hotel
Fore Street 1
PL16 0AA Lifton
7.5 / 10
from £ 86
Boscundle Manor Boscundle
Boscundle Close
PL25 3RL St Austell
Budock Vean Hotel
Budock Vean Ln
TR11 5LG Helford Passage
from £ 62
Elements Hotel & Restaurant
Marine Drive
EX23 0LZ Bude
from £ 50
Penmorvah Manor Hotel
Budock Water
TR11 5ED Falmouth
8.8 / 10
from £ 59
Sands Resort
Watergate Road 101
TR7 3LX Newquay
from £ 55
The Dunedin Guest House
Alexandra Road
TR18 4LZ Penzance
The Grange
19 Southbourne Road
PL25 4RU St Austell
7.5 / 10
from £ 55
The Rosevine
Porthcurnick Beach
TR2 5EW Portscatho
Trenython Manor
Castledore Rd
PL24 2TS Tywardreath
from £ 70
Wellington Hotel
Old Road, The Harbour
PL35 0AQ Boscastle
Wellington Hotel
8-9 Market Square, St Just
TR19 7HD Penzance

The Captivating Coasts of Cornwall

Cornwall enjoys a prime location on the stunning South coast of England amidst natural wonders and rich historical architecture. The rich agricultural and maritime heritage of the town inspires many of it's intriguing tourist attractions, which include everything from vibrant amusement parks and conservation centres to Tudor mansions and steam railways.

Surrender to Serenity in St Ives

The enchanting fishing village of St Ives is built on a picturesque peninsula shrouded in extraordinarily clear light. The harbour radiates tranquil beauty and the labyrinth of cobbled streets in the village feature traditional fishermen's cottages and evidence of a rich artistic heritage. Spend the bright morning wandering the luminescent sands of the Porthminister Beach, absorbing the crystal clarity of the turquoise waters. Next, enter the iconic circular entrance vestibule of the The Tate St Ives, a revered gallery that exhibits both contemporary and classic artwork, particularly emphasising work from painters of the St Ives School of Art. Continue to explore the villages rich artistic heritage with a visit to the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden, verdant expanses filled with abstract sculptures by St Ives' most influential artist. Break for lunch in one of England's most famous beach café by returning to the sandy shores of Porthminister Beach Café; the award winning café is renowned for it's sumptuously fresh seafood and stunning views of St. Ives Bay and the beautiful harbour.

The Garden of Eden

Undoubtedly one of Cornwall's most alluring attractions, the kaleidoscopic flowers and unique atmosphere of the Eden Project are testament to why the world's largest rainforest captivity entices millions of visitors every year. The giant biomes are architectural delights in themselves and inside they house even more beautiful treasures; travel the world by experiencing different climates and habitats, wander through the rainforest amidst waterfalls and butterflies, visit gardens bursting with colourful blooms and enjoy a freshly ground coffee in the charming culinary centre.

The Magnificent St Micheal's Mount and the Trebah Gardens

Return from the remarkable rainforest to enjoy a stunning slice of Cornwall's Medieval heritage at St. Micheal's Mount; the former medieval monastery exemplifies the finest features of Gothic architecture and houses sublime stained glass windows and seaward gardens that provide a rejuvenating refuge from the demanding duress of every day life. The fascinating visitor centre reveals how ancient families lived on the secluded mount in bygone days and provides an interesting insight into Cornwall's maritime history. For dinner, enjoy the abundance of fresh produce in the area by dining on the simple yet stunning fare of The Victoria Inn; located in the pretty seaside village of Perranuthnoe, the warm and welcoming gastropub serves mouth watering mains such as wild mushrooms and vegetable risotto and pork cheek topped with poached eggs, crispy bacon and truffle oil. Conclude your captivating Cornish day with a pint of locally brewed ale and rich desert covered in Cornish clotted cream.
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