Your Quick Guide For Visiting Cornwall In UK

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If you are looking for a unique and quaint holiday in the UK, Cornwall can be your ultimate destination away from the maddening crowds. The stunning landscape offers plenty of attractions, and there’s something for everyone. Here are some quick travel tips for Cornwall.

Things to see

Start with Bude, where you can enjoy some of the best beaches in the world. While tourists often flock to Padstow and Newquay, the charm of Bude is something very special, with a mix of cultural elements. The facilities are pretty decent in Bude, especially if you want to plan an extended vacation. You can also go to Bodmin Moor, where you can see “Brown Willy”, which is the highest point of the region. Cornwall is known as home of “King Arthur”, and you can find the Dozmary Pool in Bodmin Moor, which is often liked with the legend. Of course, if you are interested in the stories of King Arthur, you have to visit his birthplace – Tintagel Castle.

Where to stay?                                                                              

Well, no room or hotel can offer the experience of staying in self catering holiday houses in Cornwall. There are known travel companies like Duchy Holidays, which offer amazing cottages, apartments and even independent houses on rent. If you are looking for locations, the north coast is always perfect for laidback holidays, or you can also choose to Perranporth area. Porthtowan is also a good place to stay, depending on your interest. Travel services can offer hundreds of properties on rent, and you can expect to get all amenities. However, it is advisable that you check the costs in advance. Some places are more expensive than others, but keeping the luxury properties and locations in mind, it is always worth considering.

Other things to do

If you want to enjoy the weather, Perranporth, St Agnes, and Porthtowan are probably the best picks. Food lovers will also find Cornwall interesting for varied reasons. It has some amazing seafood restaurants, with amazing regional items on the menu. Cornish cream tea, Cornish Caudle Chicken Pie and The Cornish Pasty are some of the things you shouldn’t miss. Coasteering is an engaging activity here, and you can enjoy the same along the Cornish coast. Cornwall is also great for rock climbing enthusiasts, and there are many providers in the entire county who offer fun packages.

Book your tickets now for the ultimate experience in Cornwall.

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