North Coast holiday cottages are beautiful cottages located in Redruth, Cornwall. All of the cottages are individual in their colour design based on cornish photography by a local lady Clare mason. The cottages have a full time gardener who works very hard to have beautiful gardens for all to enjoy with numerous shrubs around the >> read more
A weekend away with Cornish Horizeons at St Docwin, a converted chapel in the secluded hamlet of Trequite provided the perfect escape.
Bangors Organic is an award winning B&B, restaurant and regular organic farmers market in North Cornwall.Owners, Gill and Neil Faiers welcome you to their home and garden to explore their world. It is set on a five acre horticultural holding and is one of three soil association certified B&B's in the UK. Bagnors Organic is proud of its eco credentials - as well as being soil association certified, if you arrive by electric car there is a free hook up on the drive. Enjoy good food made with the freshest and best of produce in the restaurant and enjoy your stay in a spacious ensuite room.
Porthilly Gallery is a new and exciting art gallery near Rock, Cornwall which is also the studio of Jethro Jackson. Jethro is a landscape painter and potter who was born and raised on the Cornish North Coast. This gives him an affinity and empathy with this most special of all coastlines and has allowed Jethro >> read more
Join Pete London as he reveals the story behind Reverend Robert Stephen Hawker, romantic poet, eccentric and compassionate clergyman.
“You could be forgiven for thinking it is the middle of the summer! #lovefalmouth #Gyllyngvase @myCornwall_ https://t.co/aYMCm4fw0N”
Whatever the weather, the Bodmin & Wenford Railway is just the ticket! Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway – Cornwall’s only full size railway still operated by steam locomotives. Relax in style and enjoy a leisurely 13 mile round trip through >> read more
Join Bill Oakley as he escapes the crowds and looks at a few of the lesser-known coves, beaches and bays of Cornwall.
Join Megan Westley as she unravels the history of Cornish knit-frocks and guernseys and their significance as one of Cornwall's forgotten traditions.