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Camelot Castle Hotel - Tintagel Hotels

Camelot Castle Hotel

Castle Road, Tintagel - Map
 
 
3.6 out of 5 (82 reviews)
St. Benets Abbey - Guest house - Bodmin Hotels

St. Benets Abbey - Guest house

Truro Road, Bodmin - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (98 reviews)
St. Benet's Abbey is a family run business. Although offering all modern comforts, the building retains the charm and …More
The Metropole Hotel - Padstow Hotels

The Metropole Hotel

Station Road, Padstow - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (47 reviews)
The Metropole Hotel -known as The Met- is a landmark hotel in Padstow. More often than not, this 4 star hotel is the first …More
St Mellion International Resort - Saltash Hotels

St Mellion International Resort

St Mellion, Saltash - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (190 reviews)
From an initial vision in the early 1970s, a small 9 hole golf course in Cornwall, St Mellion has been transformed into a …More
The Fowey Hotel - Fowey Hotels

The Fowey Hotel

Esplanade, Fowey - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (18 reviews)
Made famous by the celebrated authoress, Daphne du Maurier, and ranked as one of the UKs most desirable locations, the pretty …More
Whitsand Bay Hotel - Torpoint Hotels

Whitsand Bay Hotel

Portwrinkle, Torpoint - Map
 
 
Cliff Head Hotel - St Austell Hotels

Cliff Head Hotel

Sea Road, St Austell - Map
 
 
3.7 out of 5 (95 reviews)
Built as a prestigious hotel by a local tradesman in 1934, the Cliff Head hotel has been under private ownership for many …More
The Old Custom House - Padstow Hotels

The Old Custom House

South Quay, Padstow - Map
 
 
Retallack Resort and Spa - St. Columb Major Hotels

Retallack Resort and Spa

Winnards Perch, St. Columb Major - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (63 reviews)
The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate - St Austell Hotels

The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate

Pentewan Road, St Austell - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (13 reviews)
4 star resort hotel set in 43 acres of woodland and parkland. 65 bedrooms and 22 woodland homes. State of the art Spa with …More

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    Pocket Guide: Cornwall

    Tucked away in the South-West corner of England is an ancient land with its own language and flag; Cornwall. Steeped in history and tradition Cornwall is now one among the most popular holiday destinations in Europe thanks to its glorious beaches, modern restaurants, sublime landscapes and its cream scones. Stay in one of our hotels in Cornwall and experience this characterful county.

    Cornwall throws the notion out of the window that England is bleak skies and rainy days. Boasting a sub-tropical climate and world class beaches you might need to ask the locals to just confirm that you are actually in England. The highlights of this county are definitely the landscapes and the beaches which range from rugged and wild to serene and inspiring. Visit Porthcurno beach and you'll probably think it has been stolen from the Caribbean and installed in South West England. The sand is white and the water a beautiful turquoise while the small cove is surrounded by rich green hills. Kynance Cove on the other hand is similar to a rocky Mediterranean beach and is frankly stunning. Cornwall has a mining history dating back centuries and the landscapes created by this industry have been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Crumbling man-made structures now combine with the landscape to create some incredible scenery.

    As a fiercely proud and independent county, Cornwall produces a few culinary specialities. Afternoon tea and scones are a classic staple served with thick and rich Cornish cream and delicious strawberry jam. Cornish Pasties are another delicacy of the region. This is a pastry with usually a meat and vegetable filling that melts in the mouth. We recommend you have it with a pint of cider or ale.

    From our Cornwall hotels there are a host of excellent surfing beaches including Woolacombe Bay and Fistral Bay. Atlantic swells regularly hit both beaches for some brilliant waves. An alternative way to spend a day is at the futuristic greenhouses of the Eden Project. It looks like a space station but is actually home to a remarkable array of plants.

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