Where to see Bluebells in Cornwall

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At this time of year the turning of the seasons heralds the arrival of one of our most enigmatic native flowers – the bluebell. This harsh winter has set them back a little this year but here are a few ideas of places to see them at there best in the next few weeks. Continue reading

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Top Ten Free Days Out in Cornwall

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This county has so much to offer, with miles and miles of coastline, historical towns and wild, wide open spaces keeping yourself and the family entertained shouldn’t be hard. However days out, especially with a family can be expensive so I have tried to put together some money saving ideas for fun things to do that won’t break the bank.

Other than the price of your picnic or the bus fare these things to do are all FREE! Continue reading

Top 10 Dog Friendly Cafes in Cornwall

A day out just isn’t a day out without our four legged pals. So for those of you with one or two doggie friends looking for somewhere for a snack between runs on the beach or walks in the woods here are my top picks for cafes that love them too.

  • Wild Café, Bedruthen Hotel

This stretch of coast is a dog walker’s paradise. With spectacular views of Mawgan Porth this café is also close to the magnificent Bedruthen Steps and the stunning Watergate Bay. There is miles and miles of coast free to explore. You and your dogs will receive a friendly welcome and can enjoy great coffee, an artisan bakery and delicious locally sourced seafood and wood-fired pizzas as you soak up the vista. www.bedruthen.com

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