The cliffs and coves of Cornwall make it one of the most popular tourist spots in the country and it’s not hard to see why. Secluded sandy beaches can be found around every corner and the mild climate mean that gardens such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trelissick, Trerice and The Eden Project bloom like no other.
There are historic attractions and hidden treasures to explore, including St Michael’s Mount and Godolphin and many landmarks and museums relating to Cornwall’s mining past, as featured in the popular Poldark novels and TV adaptations.
Whether you’re searching for a luxury hotel near Land’s End or a budget B&B near Bude, you’ll find an excellent range of accommodation in Cornwall, wherever you go.
On the north coast, head to St Ives for art galleries and studios, Newquay for surfing and nightlife and Padstow for excellent restaurants. Travel south and you’ll find charming harbours at Polperro and Looe and Britain’s most southerly point on the Lizard Peninsula. Join them all with the South West Coast Path or head inland to the city of Truro, or Bodmin Moor and Launceston, with their Daphne du Maurier literary connections.