Enjoy spending your summer trip to Cornwall at one of the best gardens in the county. Cornwall has an amazing variety of gardens, from historic estates to hidden gems where you can while away a quiet afternoon. If you want luxury accommodation at one of the best boutique hotels in Cornwall that is within driving distance to these gardens, our hotel on the banks of the River Fowey is the place to go!
For couples who want an unforgettable romantic break, Cornwall is the place to go. The most westerly county in the UK, Cornwall can feel like a world away from the hustle and bustle of your daily life and with good travel links to the south-west, you and your loved one can be enjoying the Cornish sun just within a few hours of leaving your house. So why not book a stay at one of the best boutique hotels in Cornwall and give yourself a second honeymoon?
The Eden Sessions is back again in June and July, and a stellar line-up has already been announced! The Eden Sessions, held at the world-famous location of the Eden Project, has taken place since 2002 and seen the likes of Amy Winehouse, Kaiser Chiefs, Mumford & Sons, Primal Scream, Example, Skrillex, Elton John, Tom Jones, Lionel Richie and Bastille headline over the years.
Cornwall has loads of festivals and events to enjoy when you visit, from the Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature, which starts on May 11th for a week. Next week is LostFest on Sunday 20th May, in Lostwithiel, just six miles from The Cormorant Hotel, one of the best boutique hotels in Cornwall. A last-minute spring break to enjoy the festival sounds like a perfect way to spend a sunny day in May!
It is that time of year when you can see splashes of blue and purple across woodlands, gardens and country meadows around Cornwall. As the weather gets steadily warmer, the bluebells are out and blooming which are truly one of the highlights of spring in the UK. When looking for boutique hotels Cornwall, the rooms at The Cormorant Hotel, offering spectacular river views, are the perfect place to stay when exploring the Cornish countryside and the bluebell carpeted woods.
The Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature is a popular event in Fowey’s calendar, drawing in visitors from around the country to celebrate the art and literature of the town and Cornwall. The 2018 programme is packed full of interviews, workshops, debates, talks and music events, so you are sure to enjoy every day of the festival, which runs from Friday 11th May to Saturday 19th May.
Walking is a popular activity in Cornwall, and the South West Coast Path is a great place to start. The South West Coast Path is the longest waymarked footpath in England, running from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset, covering the whole of the Cornish coastline. It has often been named as one of the top walking routes in Britain and the world!
Cream teas are a staple part of Cornish culture and a delicious treat for everyone who has one. In fact, a holiday in Cornwall doesn’t quite seem complete without a cream tea piled high with jam and Cornish clotted cream – in that order of course!
As the weather is warming up and spring is starting to show, it is the perfect time to get outdoors and spot the local wildlife. Cornwall has remained relatively untouched by people, so there are loads of places to discover wildlife, and you don’t even need to look that hard!
Holidays always seem to be best in summer, when warm, dry weather is a guarantee, but there are merits of taking a holiday off-peak and out of the school holiday time, especially for adults who want to avoid crowds of children at popular tourist attractions. Book a stay at our boutique hotel in Cornwall in April and May to enjoy our springtime offer and avoid the hustle and bustle that comes in the summer.