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Holiday cottages in Cornwall

SX1496 : Crackington Haven: postbox № EX23 69SX2553 : Looe & Caradon railway station signSW8032 : Lister HillSW7012 : Pasty Shop Lizard CornwallSW7012 : The Lizard ChapelSW9379 : Surfers, Hayle Bay
Cornwall is a picturesque county, located in the south-east corner of England. Above its coastline are large cliffs with impressive views of the English Channel and Celtic Sea. The surrounding hills prove a treat for those looking to indulge in the magnificent views.

The area is a popular tourist destination for those travelling from overseas. Many come to view the impressive display of historical sites, country gardens and beautiful scenery. Dotted throughout Cornwall are many self catering cottages, bed & breakfast’s and other lovely accommodation facilities. The sprawling rural landscape is great for an afternoon drive and a pleasant eye opener on your way to visit one of the many farms.

With some of the best weather in the United Kingdom, soaking up the sun is a favorite activity for the many tourists who love playing and relaxing on the beaches that make up the long coastline surrounding the county.

When visiting this area it’s best to indulge in many of the local attractions on offer. If you love fast paced events, it could be wise to time your holiday with the Boardmasters surf festival located in Newquay. With an impressive display of local talent, it’s an ideal way to spend an fun filled day at the beach with the family.

SW5140 : Across the rooftops 2

If arts and museums are more your pace. then a visit to the Royal Cornwall Museum will keep you busy for the day. The museum is over 200 years old and has some impressive artifacts on display, like a 5000 year old jade axe and even an Egyptian mummy.

SW9475 : Rock Shops

SS2107 : Hollabury Road, Flexbury Park, Bude