1 year ago

Top things to do with the kids in Cornwall this summer

As a parent, the summer holidays can sometimes seem as though they’re never-ending. Fortunately, Cornwall has a ton of family-friendly activities and attractions that will keep the whole brood entertained all summer long. Ensure you never hear the dreaded words, “I’m bored” again with this year’s unmissable events. Eden Project: Expedition Space With soft play… Read more »

1 year ago

Did you know?

June/July/August facts July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 16 degrees (61F) August is the best month to swim as the seas reach an average temperature of 17 degrees (63F) June 18th to 24th are our longest days with 16.25 hours day light! For the early risers the Sun rise is at 5.08am…. Read more »

1 year ago

Reasons to have a marquee wedding

    You’ve said ‘yes’ and started thinking about your big day – with numerous options available, one of the first decisions you’ll make is whether to go with a more traditional wedding or whether to choose a marquee. Here are some reasons you should consider the marquee option: You can tailor a marquee to… Read more »

1 year ago

Best places for wildlife spotting on Cornwall’s North Coast

With miles of coastline, beautiful estuaries, and acres of unspoiled countryside, Cornwall is a haven for many species of birds and mammals. If you’re hoping to see some of the region’s wildlife in its natural habitat, here are the best places to look. Trevose Head Just a few minutes’ drive from the popular harbour town… Read more »

1 year ago

Best coastal walks in North Cornwall

Whether you’re an experienced hiker looking for a multi-day backpacking trip or a casual walker seeking an afternoon stroll along the coast, North Cornwall has numerous options for getting out and about. Featuring rugged clifftop scenery, dramatic moorlands dotted with prehistoric remains, and smugglers coves nestled among the base of the cliffs, the Cornish Coast… Read more »

1 year ago

Top wildlife attractions in North Cornwall

Cornwall has acres of scenic unspoiled beauty that are perfect for hiking – if you’re lucky, you might spot the occasional fox, deer, or bird of prey while you’re out and about. However, if you want a guaranteed opportunity to see some of the native wildlife, North Cornwall has some fantastic family-friendly attractions. Here are… Read more »

1 year ago

Stay safe this Easter

The Cornwall holiday season has officially started with the arrival of Easter. The Cornish cliffs, waves and beaches are inviting you to destress with walks on the coastal footpaths, refreshing surfs in the sea and family time on the beach. The RNLI Lifeguards will be patrolling sixteen beaches across the south west every day for… Read more »

1 year ago

Tom’s blog

British Summer Time is just about to start and we have not even had a sniff of Spring yet. In the 9 years I have been working on this golf course I have only closed the course once due to snow. Three times, the course has been closed due to snow in February and March… Read more »

2 years ago

Best dog-friendly days out in North Cornwall

What’s better than a Cornish getaway with fresh air, stunning clifftop scenery, and cosy pub lunches? Enjoying all the above with your faithful four-legged friend! Fortunately, Cornwall is one of the most dog-friendly parts of the UK, and many popular local attractions welcome well-behaved pups. Here are some of our favourites: Tintagel Castle   You’ve… Read more »