Discover holidays in Cornwall – a land of unrivalled natural beauty…

Stunning beaches, idyllic destinations and iconic attractions – this is what holidays in Cornwall are all about.

Home to the most westerly and southerly points in the UK, Cornwall is a county with a unique feel. Away from the hustle and bustle, this is a county where the pace of life is a little slower. With its stunning coastline and jaw-dropping natural beauty, it’s time you discovered Cornwall…

The county regularly tops the polls for both domestic and international travellers every year and it’s easy to see why. Create magical memories that will last a lifetime with holidays in Cornwall.

See, do and explore – enjoy holidays in Cornwall

holidays in Cornwall at Kenegie ManorDiscover Cornwall and see just how much there is to see and do – you will have to come back time after time. This magical county, steeped in myth and legend, is the perfect destination for family holidays in Cornwall, with outstanding natural beauty all around and top class family attractions  just waiting to be discovered. The local area of West Cornwall is teeming with must-see places and things to do as is the jam-packed Cornwall 2016 What’s On diary.

Whether you’re a couple on a romantic break or a family seeking a fun filled holiday in the sun, there is something for everyone in Cornwall. To help you plan your trip, we’ve put together our top 5 places to visit in Cornwall…

  1. St Michael’s Mount: From the entrance to our holiday park you can see this monument rising up from the sea. Take a short drive to Marazion, and walk across the causeway at low tide, or take a boat trip at high tide. Learn about the legend of this Medieval Monastry. If you feel fit climb the steps to the top and take in the spectacular views of Mount’s Bay.
  2. The Lizard Peninsula: Explore this beautiful peninsula, which combines rugged moorland with stunning coastal communities. Visit the UK’s most southerly destination at Lizard Point, discover Cornwall at its most remote. Visit the picturesque fishing village of Cadgwith, enjoy a Cornish pasty in Mullion and wander along the sea front in Coverack.
  3. Isles of Scilly: It is hard to imagine these almost tropical islands are part of the UK. These beautiful islands can be reached in only 20 minutes by plane from Lands End. Or enjoy a leisurely cruise from Penzance to the island of St Mary’s around the stunning Penwith headland.
  4. Truro: Visit Cornwall’s only city, with its historic cathedral. Truro is a vibrant city and the heartbeat of the county, being Cornwall’s administrative hub. Wander around the cobbled streets, browse the many national and independent shops and sample this city’s fantastic nightlife, with top notch bars and restaurants. Take in a show at the Hall for Cornwall which regularly features well known international performers.
  5. Newquay: Welcome to a beach lover’s paradise! Newquay has 7 beaches, the most popular of which is the world-renowned Fistral Beach, famed for its surfing qualities. Newquay is a busy town and hosts many prestigious events, from the Boardmasters music festival to its own Newquay Fish Festival, both of which attract thousands of visitors each year.

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Read what our guests say...

Stayed here for a weekend, we chose the area as a base to visit local attractions such as St Michael’s Mt, kynance cove, St Ives etc, this place is in a very good location. The apartment we stayed in was really clean and very nice, the pool was lovely and warm and we enjoyed using the jacuzzi and sauna. If I was taking our children away I probably Wouldn’t choose this place as there wasn’t a lot going on In The evenings and not a huge amount for children to do but for a sightseeing weekend with adults it is perfect. Devondumpling27 , Trip Advisor, May 2018

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