Celebrate New Year’s Eve and Twixmas in Cornwall
We all know that period between Christmas and New Year. When we’ve eaten far too much, opened all the presents, and are at a bit of a loose end before the New Year’s celebrations begin. Known as Twixmas, this period is a great time to relax with family and friends, reminisce of the year gone by, and look forward to the one ahead. Where better to do that than at a lovely cosy cottage in Cornwall?
Christmas Markets in Cornwall
Dare we say it? As the clocks go back and the days get darker earlier, the countdown to Christmas begins. There’s no better place to enjoy a Christmas break than Cornwall, so why not book a stay at one of our classic Cornish cottages and enjoy a festive stay in this beautiful region.
From Halloween Treats to Dazzling Fireworks - Your Autumn Half Term Guide to Cornwall
Crisp, crunchy leaves, a drop in the temperature and shorter days means that summer is sadly over, but all is not lost as we head into autumn in Cornwall with its beautiful coastal landscapes and variety of events.
Dining Out in Polruan and Fowey
Cornwall is becoming a renowned foodie destination thanks to its endless seafood, seasonal fare, and local producers who provide everything from high-quality meat and organic vegetables, to freshly made Cornish pasties, chocolate and ice cream.
While your Cornish cottage is well-equipped with the mod cons in your kitchen, it’s always nice to eat out and sample some of the local flavours and Cornish dishes. Here’s a guide to some of the best places to eat during your holiday in Polruan and Fowey – and some are right on your doorstep.
Your shopping guide to Fowey
A holiday in Cornwall is often all about the golden beaches, azure sea, delicious food and the laidback lifestyle. However, the region is home to an array of independent shops that sell a wide range of goods, from handcrafted jewellery and local art, to surf clothes, sweet treats, and Cornish souvenirs. During your stay at one of our cosy cottages in Cornwall, why not head to the charming town of Fowey for a spot of retail therapy and a pit stop at one of the town’s cafes or local pubs on the riverfront.