Cornwall

Corisande Manor Hotel, Cornwall
Cornish harbour scene

places to see, things to do

Local walks

Leave your car here, and wander to Fistral Beach to watch them surf (or perhaps try surfing yourself). A longer walk will take you via Crantock (there is a nice pub, The Old Albion) to Holywell and Perrinporth beaches. And if you really need to see downtown Newquay, it is only 20 mins walk. The walks are on Corisande's photographs of Cornwall Walks

Cornwall pub

seaside The North Coast of Cornwall

North of Newquay, you come to Bedruthen Steps (Nat Trust) a grand place to stretch your legs, on to Padstow (visit Rick Steins deli), Betjeman country round Rock, Tintagel (home of King Arthur).While to the south of us is St Agnes and its spectacular ruined mines, St Ives (the Tate), St Just, Lands End and the Mimack Theatre

Cornwall - South Coast

Starting at Penzance, there is the splendour of St Michael's Mount. the Roseland peninsula with St Mawes, a wander through the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mevagissy, a boat trip from Falmouth, shopping at Truro, a walk along the coast from Looe to Polperro, and maybe taking in Bodmin Moor on the way back here!

tall ship

Cornwall Tourist Information has the full descriptions of what to see and do in Cornwall.

                                                                

When visiting Cornwall the place to stay is Corisande Manor Hotel

Corisande Manor Hotel, Cornwall

Corisande Manor Hotel, Cornwall