Down in Cornwall, we’re pretty lucky with our transport. If you fancied a day out in the car, there’s plenty of gems tucked down country lanes, and a large variety of routes to enjoy. However, for those who can’t or just don’t want to drive, we’ve got plenty of options for you. Open-top scenic bus tours >> read more
Featured image credit: Rhyanna Adkins. If there’s one thing synonymous with Cornwall and Cornish life, then it is a good old traditional pasty. Over the years, the pasty has filled the stomachs of millions of people worldwide, and it has become a staple for any tourist who is lucky enough to visit our beautiful >> read more
Nothing rivals the smell of a freshly baked bread in the morning, here is our pick of local Bakers to guarantee you a good start to the day: The Little Bakehouse Since humble beginnings just two years ago, The Little Bakehouse has had a lot to shout about. Reaching 2nd best Cornish bakery in the >> read more
Following last month's visit to Boscastle and Tintagel, we venture to the opposite end of Cornwall for this month's coolest day out at Carbis Bay; a haven of white sand and azure waters.
Searching for holy wells in Cornwall offers the opportunity to explore Cornwall's rugged and rural landscape, escape the tourist spots and admire these peaceful, untouched sanctuaries in all their glory.
Whites of St Ives offer quality self-catering properties in Cornwall, in the area of St Ives. Whether you want a slightly more rural location or something that’s in the heart of this bustling seaside town, they have a six properties on offer. These stylist luxury cottages are perfect for a short stay in Cornwall.
This newly built art gallery is situated in beautiful and historic Cornwall, in the far South-West of England. The gallery opened here in November 2001 (after 30 years ‘upcountry’) with ‘EYE OF THE SOUL’, a retrospective exhibition of Lorna Graves’ paintings and ceramic sculpture and Kirsten Glasbrook’s colourful woven tapestries. OUCHING THE EDGE’ followed in May 2002 >> read more
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Morvah Schoolhouse is a unique gallery, craft centre and café. Originally a chapel, built in 1744 and visited by Charles Wesley, the building was then used as a Sunday School for the children of Morvah. The building fell into dilapidation but in 1999 was converted into a >> read more
Visit Fernlea Gallery, a 'must-see' gallery of St Ives. Packing a pretty punch when it comes to quality and quantity and an extremely broad range of artistic works.
Tucked away amongst the shops, pubs and restaurants on Marazion's main road is a one of Cornwall's top treasure troves of artworks namely the Market House Gallery.
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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
Follow our art tour of St Ives and explore the best art galleries this stunningly iconic seaside town has to offer.
Fabulous hotels in amazing locations – the Harbour Hotels Collection boasts 5 hotels across the south coast in Christchurch, Sidmouth, Salcombe & St. Ives. Each of the hotels offers it’s own unique experience and breathtaking views, as well as spa treatments and great local food.
The Carbis Bay Hotel has a dramatic waterfront location and direct access to its own beach. Whatever your mood, this hotel combines the perfect holiday ingredients. Enjoy your stay in one of the forty-seven individually furnished rooms with luxury of room service or relax in one of the spacious lounges. The pool is open all year round and the sun terrace in the tropical garden is ideal for relaxing and enjoying long summer days. The hotel also boasts its own spa with candle lit treatment rooms and 'The Sands' restaurant for fine dining.
No trip to Cornwall would be the same for the discerning art lover without a visit to the Tate St Ives. The gallery exhibits British and international modern and contemporary art. The Tate also manages the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.
“On this day in 1882, the children of Helston School had a day's holiday to celebrate the cutting of the first earth for the Helston railway”
The New Craftsman Gallery is the oldest gallery in St Ives and was originally established by Janet Leach, wife of Bernard Leach. The gallery has gained an international reputation amongst artists and showcases contemporary art as well as original paintings by emerging Cornish artists. It also displays a selection of fine pottery and sculptures.
Established in 1996, The Millennium Gallery, based in St Ives, showcases a unique collection of modern fine art and ceramics. Their aim has been to develop a strong non-urban space that can provide much needed representation of an alternative viewpoint.
The sweeping beaches of St Ives attracts people to its shores all year round, join myCornwall as they spend a night at the St Ives Harbour Hotel
Join the delectable Head Chef Daniel Dennis, at the St Ives Harbour Hotel as he explains what makes a good chef and reveals his earliest food memories
Join myCornwall Editor Mark Pugh as he takes a trip to St Ives to put the renowned reputation of the Tregenna Castle Hotel to the test
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