Exploring Port Isaac and Port Quin

Hopping over to Cornwall’s north coast isn’t something I do very often. I promised myself that I’d make time to explore some much forgotten corners of Cornwall this year. With that in mind, I headed over to Port Quin for a Sunday stroll. Afterwards, I decided to drive a little further north and reacquaint myself

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An Afternoon In Fowey

Fowey is a small town in Cornwall, nestled on the coast between St Austell and Lostwithiel. It offers views of the Fowey estuary, looking across to little Polruan. Fowey’s a popular haunt all year round, with many locals and day trippers spending their slow Saturdays wandering around the town, enjoying a pasty, and taking in

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Philleigh Way Cookery School

Philleigh is a small village in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall. The location of Philleigh Way Cookery school couldn’t be more idyllic. Set on farmland in a renovated farmhouse, it offers peace and quiet. All you can hear is the chorus of bleating sheep and tweeting birds. Philleigh Way Cookery School has been

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Things To Do In Cornwall During Winter

While it’s tempting to hibernate the winter away, Cornwall has much to offer during the slow, quieter winter months. It’s a good time to take advantage of all the places and events Cornwall has to offer in low season. Here are 6 of my favourite things to do in Cornwall in Winter.  Winter Beach There’s

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5 Things To Do On A Summer’s Evening In Cornwall.

Summer’s officially here and for once we seem to be enjoying endless warmth and sunshine. Cornwall is beautiful all year round but when the weather behaves itself, it comes to life more than ever. Come the Summer in Cornwall, there’s so much I want to do. It seems every year more wonderful opportunities seem to present

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Exploring Lanhydrock House and Gardens

I’ve fond memories of Lanhydrock House and Gardens. As a child it was a regular hotspot for school trips, and as a family we made good use of the still popular cycles paths.  Fast forward a few decades and here I am again, taking my own son to explore the impressive gardens and estate. There’s

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