are hundreds of things to do whilst on holiday in North Cornwall.
Here we show you a selection of things you can do and see in the area.
just minutes from the wonderful beaches of
Widemouth Bay, renowned for
it's glorious surfing conditions, golden sands and spectacular cliff
top walks. There are two main beaches here at Widemouth Bay.
A bit further on and you enter the seaside town of
Bude which has
another two beaches to go along with it's wonderful gift shops,
restaurants, pubs, 18 hole golf course, and cafes where you can enjoy a Cornish cream tea
or Cornish pasty. The town has one of only a couple of outdoor
sea swimming pools in the whole of the country. A great
entertainment venue for all the family is Harlequins where you can
enjoy ten pin bowling, and for the younger kids,
there is a huge indoor soft play area with slides and ball pools.
Harlequins is also right next to 'The Splash' , the towns indoor swimming pool with spa
area. Down by the canal you can enjoy the recreation ground with a game of tennis, bowls or
crazy golf, or just take a stroll or cycle along the canal paths.
A bit further a field and you can visit
the attractive villages of
Boscastle and Crackington Haven
which were subjected to unwanted national news when the storms of 2004 demolished the area.
With help though, these villages have been restored and are back to their
previous unspoilt best. Tintagel is surrounded with
history with its legends of King Arthur and the knights of the round
can visit the world renowned
Eden Project which is just a 50 minute
Padstow is home to the celebrity seafood chef
Stein. Visit one of his eating establishments for a glorious
Newquay is about an hour away and is the most visited
destination in Cornwall. Renowned for it's surfing and extreme
sports and general extreme behaviour, Fistral beach is one of the best
surfing beaches in Europe and attracts the top surfers from all around
the world. Local
Blue Reef Aquarium.
tourist attractions throughout Cornwall include
Camel Creek Adventure
The Flambards Experience,
Earth Station Experience,
Gallery at St.Ives,
Gardens Of Heligan to name just a few.
For cycling lovers you can go to
Wadebridge where there is a 16 mile cycle path, 'The Camel Trail', specifically built for
cyclists, one way takes you right in to Padstow or go in the opposite
direction and ride to Bodmin.
If you like, just stay at
the holiday cottage and relax in the large quiet garden with it's
superb rolling countryside views. You can feed our Shetland pony
Sugar or Annie our friendly horse and in spring time see and
feed the lambs. You can also take a walk around the area and
down in to the ancient woodlands.