Boscastle is a stunning little harbour and home to the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic.
This charming village and National Trust site is a great base for walks and there’s some quaint shops and tea-rooms to wander round.
If you’re looking for a slow magical Cornish day trip with cream tea and a beautiful coastal walk, Boscastle and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic is worth exploring.
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The Old Garage Bottle Shop and Delicatessen is serving up stunning local Cornish produce and a carefully curated selection of delicious food and drink from around the world.
You are certain to find something special here to eat or drink. Take a look around…
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Da Bara Bakery in Truro, is a spectacular little find. It’s perfectly located between lots of the major Cornwall attractions and it serves up the best cinnamon bins in the whole of the county!
It also supplies a lot of great cafes across Cornwall, if you like pastries, pasties and bread it’s a must visit! Click and take a look why…
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The Minack Theatre will just take your breath away! Carved into the cliff face of Porthcurno is the most spectacular amphitheatre, with the sea and sky providing a uniquenatural backdrop.
The theatre’s story is just as charming as the place itself – it still hold plays, frequently sold out but, you can tour at times when shows aren’t on.
If you’re looking for that extra special, world famous but still quirky place to visit on your trip to Cornwall, this needs to be on your visit list…
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Helms Grill Co. is a pop up grill and smokehouse catering events across Cornwall. It currently has a more permanent home just outside Polzeath and is available for takeaway.
If you’re in the area and need a spot of dinner, you’ve got to visit, here’s why…
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The train from St Erth to St Ives was recently listed as one of the top 500 things to do in the UK by Lonely Planet.
For an 11 minute train ride, that’s pretty impressive, right?
If you like spectacular scenery and charming English experiences this one is for you…
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Trerice House in Newquay is a charming Elizabethan Manor House and part of the National Trust.
If you’re looking to fill a morning or afternoon, and love exploring English country houses, well this one is for you. Don’t forget your picnic blanket and a book!
Check out this beautiful house and garden that has a cracking year round program of events.
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Kynance Cove is home to white sands, a tidal turquoise sea and unique rock stacks. If you’re looking for stunning scenery this is the place in Cornwall for you. It really is spectacular, with features that make it look tropical.
The beach does get extremely busy so, I’ve included a few tips for a slightly quieter visit. But, it’s still one of my favourite places in Cornwall and here’s why…
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Paradise Pizza in Polzeath is serving up beautiful fresh wood fired pizza on the beach. Could it beeeeeee any more perfect?
I am here for the freshly made, dough with big air bubbles, sexy toppings and all that super hot wood fired flavour.
Yeah, so if you haven’t guessed, I like pizza a lot. And, this is my go to pizza spot in Polzeath. Pizza on the beach anyone? The answer is always yes by the way!
Body boarding in Cornwall is one sweet affair!
Cornwall is blessed with great beaches and waves, so it’s no surprise body boarding is so popular across the county.
I’ve spent many an hour in the water with my body board catching waves. I mean, you’ve not really completed a trip to the South West if you’ve not tried to ride a wave, right?
Take a look at Cornwall’s most popular past time…
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