Cornwall covers an extremely large area (including the North and West districts) made up of different regions and locations, providing holiday makers with a choice of areas to stay. Some of the Cornish resorts include Newquay, Bude, Padstow, Perranporth, St Ives, Lands End, Penzance, Portleven and Helston.
Additionally, there is a variety of landmarks, attractions, historical sites, art scenes and activities to get involved in. Surfing, water-sports, walking trails and historical tours are just a few of the popular choices, aside quality restaurants such as: Silks Bistro & Champagne Bar – Newquay, River Life Cafe and Bistro – Bude, Rojano's in the Square – Padstow, The Garrack – St Ives
Traveling to this West Country paradise has never been easier. The most common and convenient way to get to Cornwall is by car, as most people holidaying are from other parts of the UK (within suitable driving distances). Alternatively, catching a flight into Newquay, estimated just over an hour’s flight time from London, or taking a scenic train journey are also excellent ways to start holidays in Cornwall
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