There are almost 300 miles of stunning coastline with sandy beaches to quaint fishing harbours, and the infamous surf that attracts so many thrill seekers each year. Awe inspiring walks along the South West Coastal Path take you through Cornwall’s stunning landscape, which, not surprisingly, has achieved the status of Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The coastline offers countless opportunities for exciting water sports such as surfing, coast steering and windsurfing, and there is plenty of action inland too with horse riding, abseiling and cycling all being great ways to discover Cornwall.
Cornwall is home to a thriving arts scene, with the obvious natural beauty of the area being a huge source of inspiration for many artists who have made this their home and whose workshops make for fascinating viewing. Food is a serious business in Cornwall, and there is so much more to the area than Cornish pasties and cream teas, which are an obligatory part of any holiday in the area! With a wealth of seafood hauled from the coastline, and local meats and vegetables, there are plenty of fantastic little places where you can enjoy the gastro delights that the region has to offer. Naturally, these hotels in Cornwall do a fine job of showcasing the kind of high standards and talents that you can expect to find in the area.
So much of Cornwall’s heritage is still strong, with the influence of the area’s industrial roots very much in evidence, and with stately homes and castles to explore, you can really get a feel of the area’s distinctive personality. Whatever you like to do on a holiday or short break in Cornwall, whether you want exhilarating fun, a more leisurely pace or just some good old relaxation, you will find that Cornwall ticks all the boxes. We take pride in presenting some of the finest boutique and spa hotels in Cornwall. From popular surfing towns to pretty villages, we can find you luxury hotels from St Ives to Portloe.
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