Are you looking for something to do this August bank holiday? Most local attractions have something lined up, but here is a selection of great events that you may miss. Have we missed one? Let us know in the comments!
We’ll let you into a secret - every now and again, it rains in the South-West. While many visitors are happy to don their raincoats and get outside, thankfully, we are also privileged to have a wealth of attractions in the area that will allow you to stay dry. From indoor play parks that give the kids a chance to let off steam, to fascinating museums and heritage attractions – here are 10 great rainy day activities for North Cornwall and Devon. (If we've missed your favourite, add it to the comments below!)
It’s not surprising that in the homeland of cream teas there is such a great range of cafés that serve them. All our guests get a free cream tea at our cottages, but they also finish their breaks singing the praises of various Cornish cafés. At these fantastic venues you won’t find shop-bought scones being defrosted in the microwave. Instead, home-made treats, superior service, and often stunning views set these apart. Here, we’ve arduously compiled our best ten from a huge list of strong contenders - we couldn't choose our favourites among this list, so we've ordered them roughly from South to North. If we’ve missed your top pick, please add it to the comments below.