As we settle into the New Year, a February half term holiday could be the perfect pick-me-up to escape those winter blues. And what better place to blow away the cobwebs than beautiful Cornwall?! From breathtaking beaches to award-winning attractions, no matter when you choose to visit, holidays in Cornwall always impress.
February offers the perfect opportunity to explore all the best of Cornwall but without the busy crowds.
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3 night breaks from £168.30
4 night breaks from £192.10
7 night breaks from £284.75
Our range of self-catering accommodation is perfect for half term breaks! From charming holiday cottages to character-filled barn conversions all for excellent value for money – there is something for all family tastes and budgets!Explore Accommodation
Our Cornwall holiday park is the perfect choice for a getaway that the whole family will enjoy this February half term. From the Old Forge Bar to our indoor pool and sauna, there is something for all everyone!Explore Our Park
Cornwall’s beaches aren’t just for the summer – pull on your coat and wellies before heading out to enjoy a crisp walk along the golden sand. If you’re visiting with your furry friend, you’ll enjoy exploring the beaches with no restrictions on many of our local beaches.
Cornwall’s spring flowers begin to make an early appearance in February, creating carpets on white snowdrops. There are plenty of woodlands and National Trust gardens to catch the winter snowdrops across Cornwall including Lanhydrock Estate in Bodmin and Glendurgan Garden near Falmouth.
If the weather isn’t playing ball, Cornwall is home to a range of undercover attractions to avoid the February drizzle. Explore the world-famous Eden Project, go beneath the deep at Newquay’s Blue Reef Aquarium or visit the seal pups at the Cornwall Seal Sanctuary.
Just moments from our Cornwall holiday park is St Michael’s Mount – where modern life meets years of history at a medieval church and castle. On your visit this February half term, you will be pleased to know that on days when the island is open, tickets are not required to visit the harbour, village, shop or Stewards House art gallery and café.
Blow away those winter cobwebs, it’s time to lace up your walking boots! Cornwall is a great destination for walkers with the South West Coastal Path never far away. One of our favourite rambles is Marazion to Penzance which stretches 3 miles, benefitting from one of Cornwall’s most iconic landmarks – St Michales Mount.