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Family-Friendly Rainy Weather Attractions in Cornwall

We all know that whilst we hope for a summer full of endless sunny, warm days, the reality is that Cornish mizzle is likely to set in at some point. But, don't let that deter you from booking a classic cottage in Cornwall. We have plenty of indoor attractions in Cornwall that will entertain all ages on a rainy day. Whether you want to enjoy fun rides, learn about the Cornwall's maritime history, or get close to some incredible marine creatures, there are plenty of all-weather attractions to visit.

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Best Music Festivals in Cornwall this Summer

Summer finally appears to be on its way, as temperatures rise and new colourful buds bloom on the Cornish hedgerows. So, there's no better time to start planning your summer than with a stay at one of our beautiful self-catering cottages in Cornwall. Plan a break with the whole family, or book a weekend for a special occasion with a loved one. And, while you're in Cornwall, why not visit one of the fantastic music festivals taking place this summer? From Cornish folk and acoustic, to funky beats and soulful tunes, there's a festival to suit everyone.

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Your Guide to Polruan this Summer

With spring now upon us, flowers are beginning to bloom and temperatures are slowly creeping up. Naturally, our thoughts turn to the summer ahead and whether it will be full of balmy evenings and barbeques, or Cornish mizzle and umbrellas. Whatever the weather, booking one of our classic cottages in Cornwall this summer will being you plenty of enjoyment. Here's why you should plan a break with friends or family in the charming fishing village of Polruan.

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Celebrating Springtime in Cornwall's Spectacular Gardens

One of the best time to explore Cornwall is in the spring when flowers are in full bloom, the temperature is on the rise, days are longer, and signs of summer hang in the air. Booking a stay at one of our beautiful self-catering cottages in Cornwall, will allow you to enjoy all of this and more, before the summer crowds arrive. What better way to put a spring in your step than visiting some of Cornwall's fantastic gardens? Our sub-tropical climate means you'll find plants here that wouldn't survive in the rest of the UK. Here's our guide to some of the best gardens in Cornwall to visit this spring.

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Cornwall Gains New Protected Area of Coastline thanks to Blue Planet II

Cornwall is a haven for diverse wildlife, from dolphins and seals, to beautiful butterflies and birds. Last month, it was announced that a stretch of coastline between Falmouth and St Austell Bay has become a marine special protected area, enabling the protection of an area that is home to more than 150,000 rare sea birds. So, now there's no better time to book your stay at a classic cottage in Cornwall, and soak up the natural surroundings and its wild inhabitants.

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