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Winter Walks on the South West Coast Path

Winter Walks on the South West Coast Path

Whether bracing or gentle, a coastal walk blows away the cobwebs. Even in the depths of winter, venture from the fireside to spot sunbeams or rainclouds far out to sea. Go closer to hear the almighty crash of waves and feel spray on your cheeks, or stand back and survey the glistening blue expanse. Whatever the season, the elements fulfil and inspire…...

And Did Those Feet: Discover England’s Jerusalem on the Roseland Peninsula

And Did Those Feet: Discover England’s Jerusalem on the Roseland Peninsula

Like any mist-shrouded isle or headland that begins and ends in nothingness, Kernow breathes mystery. From Tintagel in the north, its castle rife with fantastical tales of King Arthur and the Round Table. To the westerly Zennor, where the land succumbs to the Atlantic at the spot where a seventeenth-century local, Matthew Trewhella, slipped beneath the waves to marry a mermaid. Tin is the ore but...

7 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in Autumn

7 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in Autumn

Cornwall is well known as the premier destination in the UK during the summer months. But don’t make the mistake of thinking that Cornwall is all about the summer. Autumn is in many ways the perfect time to plan your visit, and here are seven excellent reasons why....

News from the Driftwood

News from the Driftwood

At Driftwood, we have always cooked for our guests rather than inspectors and our kitchen team, under Olly’s leadership, will continue to produce great food, sourced locally and sustainably with the sole intention of making our guests happy. ...

Foodies, You Must Come to Cornwall—Here’s Why

Foodies, You Must Come to Cornwall—Here’s Why

Water, water, everywhere! If by some seismic quirk, there was a colossal earthquake and a tectonic rift of apocalyptic proportions ripped Cornwall from Devon—it would be an island. Why does this matter? It doesn’t. Tis’ a tedious way of explaining how central the ocean is to Cornwall and its culture. In fact, at the southern tip of Cornwall it’s a 20-minute drive between ...

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