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Cornwall Blog

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Cornwall in September

28th August 2018

The crowds start to go, kids head back to school, but the warm weather continues, making September the ideal time for a last minute weekend break in Cornwall. There is great food to try, gardens and historic attractions to visit, and miles of walks to try when staying at our hotel in Fowey.

Exploring Cornwall's World Heritage Mining Landscape

22nd August 2018

Much of Cornwall’s landscape was transformed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries due to the pioneering copper and tin mining. The mines, engine houses, foundries, towns and ports which developed from the mining had a huge effect on the south-western county, and what remains show the contribution Cornwall and West Devon made to Britain’s Industrial Revolution.

A Day Out in Looe

14th August 2018

The town of Looe on the south coast of Cornwall is just a short drive from our boutique hotel and worth visiting for a day out. There is still a working fishing port at Looe, so you can rest assured that the fish you dine on in the evening is freshly caught that day. The coastal path also passes through the town, so walkers will enjoy heading there for an active day outdoors.

Explore the South West Coast Path around Fowey

7th August 2018

The South West Coast Path National Trail covers 630 miles and offers some of the most spectacular views you can see on foot in the UK. The full path starts from Minehead on the edge of Exmoor in Somerset and trails westward down the north coast of Devon into Cornwall, before snaking around Land's End and following the south coast of Cornwall and Devon, after which it goes on towards Poole Harbour in Dorset.