Cornwall

Cornwall is undoubtedly one of the most enchanting places in the South West of England to spend a vacation in. This is because there are such a variety of things to see and do. It has been dubbed the Cornish Riviera, due to its outstanding natural beauty. The historic county offers plenty of natural, and man-made, attractions to explore.

There is an abundance of countryside based holiday cottages within Cornwall. A large number of these are luxury properties, with high-end facilities. These can include indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs and tennis courts. Cornwall is full of fertile, green land. Those people who wish to spend a little extra can find properties that include vast expanses of land. Visitors who do not mind stretching their budget can find extremely luxurious properties to stay in.

The majority of these cottages are scattered throughout the areas of Truro and Falmouth. They are relatively close to the popular Roseland Heritage Coast. There is also a high number of properties to look at around Fowey. This is within driving distance of the famous moorland area of Bodmin.

Deciding what to do during the holiday in Cornwall, will help a person choose which part they want to stay in. The Eden Project attracts a large number of visitors each year. This botanical garden has two large biomes filled with plants. The Eden Project is located within St. Blazey. Those who wish to visit it should book in advance. It may also be useful to stay in a cottage close-by, to avoid traffic problems.

Fans of Cornish ale may wish to visit the St. Austell brewery. It is the home of the favourite beers Tribute, Proper Job and Korev. Visitors who want to try out these drinks should either arrange for a taxi, or designated driver, to get them back to their cottage.

Those who wish to see a performing arts piece should check out the Minack Theatre. It is one of the most unique theatrical structures in the world. The stage and seating are set into the rocks of a cliff. Each year it serves as the venue for many fun workshops and plays. This area is also close to Land’s End, another popular tourist destination that is worth seeing.