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Spring Breaks In West Cornwall

Great value March breaks in Cornwall – stay with us from only £79

Spring. It’s a fantastic time of year to visit Cornwall (especially our little part of the county). As the days start to get longer and the temperature begins to rise, it’s the perfect time of year to get out there and explore…

Dust off those walking shoes, pack up your outdoor clothing and explore all that this beautiful county has to offer on a Spring break. What’s more, we’ve put together a fantastic offer for week stays or short breaks…

Save up to £90 on March stays!

Enjoy a 3 or 4 night short break from just £79 or a week stay from only £135!
For this and other great offers see our Special Offers page here.
* Offer applies only to stays from February 16th to March 24th (inclusive).

Why choose a spring break in Cornwall at Kenegie Manor?

One of our favourite things to do at Springtime is to visit one of the many bluebell woodlands nearby and marvel at the carpet of blue and green that shimmers as the sunlight penetrates down through the trees. There’s a few places close to our holiday park where you can see the bluebells in all their glory, including:

  • Penrose Estate, Porthleven: This National Trust-owned estate is a fantastic place to see bluebells in bloom. Explore the woodland walks, grab a bite to eat and a cuppa at the Stables Café or enjoy a bracing walk all the way to Loe Bar and the coast.
  • Godolphin House, near Penzance: Another National Trust site, Godolphin is not as busy as some of the other estate and, as such, is ideal for quiet walks through the woods – just remember to take your camera and grab those all important shots of the impressive bluebell carpet in bloom…

But, what is there to do in Cornwall at spring? To help inspire you, we’ve put together some of our favourite things to do in the Spring….

  1. Put your best foot forward and enjoy walks around the Cornwall’s stunning coastline. From relaxing strolls on sandy beaches (which are usually very quiet at this time of year) to bracing walks on the South West Coast Path – Spring is the perfect time of year to explore Cornwall’s coast.
  2. Marvel at Cornwall’s magnificent formal gardens: The county is blessed with some of the most beautiful period properties and formal gardens and no Spring break in Cornwall is complete with a visit to at least one of them. From nearby Godolphin House and Estate and Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens to the delightful Tregothnan Estate and the Lost Gardens of Heligan… you’re quite simply spoilt for choice!
  3. Take the family and enjoy top family attractions! Need to entertain the little ones during your stay? Cornwall has dozens of great family attractions, many of which are only a short distance from our Cornwall holiday park! From St Michael’s Mount and Land’s End to Flambards Theme Park and Newquay Zoo, there’s a wide range of attractions to choose from.
  4. Discover beautiful beaches:Cornwall is famous for its breathtaking coastline, with over 300 beaches around its coast. Spring is a great time to explore them in all their glory, with long stretches of sand and hidden coves just waiting to be explored. Many of Cornwall’s beaches are also dog friendly, so you can bring your pet along too!

Summer HouseOur self-catering accommodation

We offer a superb range of self-catering accommodation for you to choose from this February half term! Choose from a stay in our holiday apartments, holiday bungalows, holiday cottages, barn conversions and even our historic Summer House. All come equipped with everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Gas and electricity is included in the price and we even have dedicated pet friendly units available.

Our self-catering holiday accommodation is graded – bronze, silver, gold and platinum – meaning there is something for all budgets

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