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Autumn in Cornwall

It might be late August, officially it’s still Summer – so surely we should be thinking about beaches, barbeques and ice cream? However, we’ve found our minds drifting towards cosy fires, misty mornings and the crunch of leaves underfoot… We’ll explain why!   1) Beautiful autumnal Cornwall: The change of seasons can be quite dramatic […]

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Dog friendly Cornwall

Surely one of the best reasons to holiday in the UK is the ability to bring the whole family – including your pet!  Here at The Park we have a fantastic range of dog friendly properties in a wonderful location and on our door step are walks, beaches and attractions where your dog will be […]

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Autumn and Early Winter Events

October 7 – 8 Oktoberfest – Truro Piazza Truro’s annual Oktoberfest will be in full swing from Friday 7th till Saturday the 8th so grab your lederhosen and your decorative commemorative flagon, as this year there’s double the bar, double the staff, double the taps, and double the days! Beer, food, music, and bavarian culture […]

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Late Summer and Early Autumn Events in Cornwall

The end of the summer holidays might be within touching distance, but there’s still plenty to do if you’re visiting us from September onwards. Here’s some ideas for things to do and see: September 8 – 11 Heritage Open Days A rare chance to explore Cornwall’s heritage free of charge. Discover the architecture and culture of […]

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Free Family Activities

There’s so much information on the web about things to do this summer in Cornwall, so we’ve gathered the best bits into one blog – and even better, everything listed below is free to do! The Camel Trail – Wadebridge/Padstow/Bodmin Whether you want to walk it or bring your bikes The Camel Trail is a […]

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Walking in Cornwall

One of the best ways to see the rugged beauty of Cornwall is by foot, so don’t forget to pack your walking boots and sticks before you leave home because there are miles of coastal footpaths along the Cornish Coast. The South West Coast path offers 630 miles of breathtaking scenery around the entire south […]

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Early Spring Ideas

Spring comes earlier in Cornwall! Here are a few ideas to help you plan your stay in March and April. The South West Coast Path passes right through Mawgan Porth and it’s a fantastic way to take in the eruption of colour and frenzy of nature activity in the Cornish countryside. You can walk northwards towards […]

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Attractions in Cornwall

Cornwall is where family memories are made, usually among our coves, rock pools and coastal villages, but you always need a wet-weather plan. Luckily, top-class family attractions, including the educational Eden Project and Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm are not far away. The world famous biomes are at the heart of the Eden Project and house […]

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Adventure Activities in Cornwall

Cornwall is an outdoor adventure playground for extreme thrill-seekers, keen walkers and avid cyclists alike. There are just too many activities to mention, but here are a few ideas to get you out and about in Cornwall. Just 2 minutes walk from The Park, King Surf Provides fun, professional & safe surfing lessons for all […]

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Activities in Cornwall

Create your ultimate activity break in Cornwall. Below are just a few recommendations on what’s on offer in the area. Other suggestions on things to do in Cornwall are listed on the right. ​Kingsurf, Mawgan Porth’s very own Surf School, rated Top Activity in Cornwall on Trip Advisor, has operated at Mawgan Porth, as a B.S.A approved surf […]

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