Not Enough Hours

28th September 2016

When you stay with Carbis Bay Holidays, there’s just not enough hours in the day.  Our luxury four and five star self catering properties are exclusively located in St Ives and Carbis Bay.  With amazing panoramic sea views and contemporary luxurious interiors, we ensure that you want for absolutely nothing.  If you don’t fancy the short walk to Carbis Bay beach, hop on the picturesque train to St Ives.  You are greeted to your property, so no need to collect keys, just simply relax.  With so many Blue Flag beaches right on your doorstep, and direct access on to the southwest coast path.  Enjoy Tate St Ives and unique shops.  There are workshops and art galleries galore, not forgetting the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.  Experience quaint St Ives and its cobbled streets.

Lots of exciting events can be enjoyed throughout the year, including the popular St Ives September Festival.  The latest technology including iPads and 3D TV’s.  Our four and five star properties are annually assessed by Enjoy England ensuring you of the relaxed holiday you deserve.  Most properties offer complimentary wifi and on-site parking too.  Get wet! Go surfing!  Get wet!  Go exploring!  Don’t fancy this?  There is always something else to do: relaxing hot tubs for the perfect romantic getaway; unique individually designed homes to make your stay unforgettable.  Family friendly with complimentary travel cots and high chairs.  Enjoy champagne and sunsets in the garden or on your own private balcony.  Award winning beach restaurants serving fresh local produce, atmospheric pubs with great weekly entertainment.

Carbis Bay Holidays:  spectacular and stylish holidays, offering memorable holidays and short breaks in the superb surroundings of Cornwall.

By: Tony Townsend On:28th September 2016

Things to do in and around St Ives

St Ives is at its best in the heat of summer. There’s a great atmosphere as holidaymakers mingle with locals in the cobbled streets and pack out the beaches on steamy summer days. It’s also the time of year when St Ives and the local area comes alive with hot summer events to keep everyone entertained and engaged in the unique character of this part of West Cornwall.

There’s plenty going on throughout the summer months. But for holidaymakers looking to enhance their stay by witnessing or joining some local festivities, here is our pick of the best events in and around St Ives this summer.

Events in St Ives

June – Surf Cinema on the Beach

St Ives Surf School is hosting a big screen cinema on Porthmeor Beach in conjunction with Rhythm Clothing. The evening kicks off at around 8pm with free pizza, followed at 9pm by screenings of the latest surf lifestyle films starring Rhythm’s surfers and artists. The chilled-out event is free for anyone to attend and is a chance for locals and visitors to get together for a fun evening of surf infused entertainment.

June – St Ives Surf School Swellboard Shootout

The Swellboard Shootout on Porthmeor Beach is a fancy dress, charity surfing competition organised by St Ives Surf School ( In this fun local event, businesses, friends and families compete as teams of 4 in a tag team contest where competitors are judged on the quality and creativity of their fancy dress, as well as surfing ability and entertainment value. Sponsored by Australian clothing brand ‘Rhythm’, all proceeds from the event will go to Surfers Against Sewage, RNLI and The WaveProject.

June  – Golowan Festival

This colourful event in nearby Penzance is a community celebration of the traditional Feast of St. John. The festival has a packed programme of artists in celebration of music, performing arts and theatre. Events include a fireworks display on the prom, spectacular parades through the streets and a host of street entertainment.

June  – St Ives Pilot Gig Club Regatta

Teams of rowers will race each other in traditional pilot gig boats in this most Cornish of sports. These 32 feet long rowing boats with six rowers and a cox are based on the original gigs used to take pilots out to sailing ships as they approached the coast of Cornwall. The first pilot aboard the ship got the job, so the gigs evolved into very fast seagoing rowing boats. Today teams from throughout Cornwall regularly race the boats at regattas such as the annual race from Carbis Bay to St Ives Harbour.

 July – Lafrowda Festival

Down the road in St Just this annual community event celebrating the arts is a feast for the senses with street performers, stalls, refreshments, bouncy castles and three spectacular processions. The main event is the colourful Lafrowda Day parade and lantern procession through the town on 19 July.

July  – St Ives RNLI Sportive

This friendly cycling event starts and finishes at St Ives Lifeboat Station. Organised to raise money for the lifesaving charity, it’s a chance for cyclists of all abilities to get together for a scenic ride around the coast of West Penwith. Spectators can watch as hundreds of cyclists depart through the town and return later in the day for celebrations.

July – St Ives Biathlon

This event is quite a spectacle as hoards of lifeguards and super fit competitors run from the town centre in St Ives to either Porthminster Beach or Carbis Bay and then swim back to the harbour in this annual race. Organised by the St Ives Surf Life Saving Club, the Biathlon is a great challenge which is also open to novices. This exciting local event brings the community together and turns into one big party in the pubs around the harbour.

August  – St Ives Raft Race

The annual St Ives raft race is one of the highlights of the summer calendar. This is a fun evening where local people and businesses race the length of the harbour on hand-made rafts while dressed in fancy dress. In a combination of competitive spirit, mischievous fun and mayhem, the whole two explodes into party atmosphere as pirates, mermaids and other costumed teams invade the harbour for a memorable evening.

August – St Ives Lifeboat Day

The St Ives Lifeboat Station will host its annual fun packed open day where visitors get a chance to see the RNLI Lifeboats on display and in action on the water in a joint demonstration with a Search & Rescue helicopter from RNAS Culdrose. The RNLI also organise a BBQ and market stalls selling cakes and local crafts – all to raise money for the charity.

August – St Ives Summer Beer & Cider Festival

The Guildhall will come alive with a celebration of Cornish beer and cider plus a selection of real ales, beers and ciders from around the UK. Live music will add to the atmosphere for what is always a popular and lively event.

August – Newlyn Fish Festival

Nearby Newlyn hosts one of the UK’s biggest fish festivals at the end of August. This celebration of all things fishy includes a fish market, cooking demonstrations and the chance to sample the best local fish and seafood, while raising money for the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.

 September – St Ives September Festival

As one of the biggest events of the year in St Ives, the September Festival of music, entertainment, arts and film attracts performers and visitors from far and wide. Visitors can choose from over 300 music concerts, comedy gigs, plays, workshops, gallery visits and other arty events to experience at venues throughout the town during the two-week festival.

By: Tony Townsend On:28th September 2016

Where to Visit for Art Holidays in Cornwall

We all know Cornwall is a bright and vibrant place to visit. But if you want to add even more colour to your holiday in Cornwall, you might want to consider hitting the art trail to experience the fabulous art for which this location is renowned. With its rich artistic heritage and inspirational scenery, there are few holiday destinations better suited to art fans. It doesn’t matter whether you are an experienced artist, aspiring painter or simply wish to soak up the artistic atmosphere, Cornwall presents a culture infused with a fantastic diversity of artistic styles and genres.

Painting in St Ives - Cornwall art holidays
Painting in St Ives. Photo by Charles Musselwhite

Explore Fine Art in St Ives

You can’t wander far in any town in Cornwall without stumbling across an art gallery or souvenir shop selling paintings, prints, photographs and crafts celebrating the Cornish landscape and lifestyle. In some locations the creative work of local artists literally spills out on to the streets and this is especially true in St Ives. Renowned for its quality of light and beautiful scenery, St Ives has been  inspiring artists and visitors for generations.

In fact some of the earliest tourists visiting Cornwall were artists, drawn by the fantastic sea vistas, boundless skies and growing artisan community that frequented St Ives. Famous painters Turner, Sickert and Whistler were all known to have visited the area in the 19th Century and in 1920 the internationally renowned potter Bernard Leach set up a studio in St Ives. It is possible to see works of this great potter, plus artists who have followed in his footsteps, at the Leach Pottery museum.

Other artists followed and mingled with locally born painters such as Alfred Wallis to form a community of artists, who made St Ives famous worldwide. The British painter Ben Nicholson joined the St Ives collective when he moved here with his wife Barbara Hepworth at the outbreak of the second world war in 1939. Nicholson later left but Hepworth lived and worked as a sculptor in the town at Trewyn Studios until her death in 1975. It is possible to see many of her great works and visit the studio where she worked at the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden.

Many art schools were established in St Ives at the time and in the decades that followed. Today you can join painting, drawing and sculpting classes while on holiday in the area. St Ives is so important to the British art scene that in the early 1990s the Tate organisation built and opened Tate St Ives to showcase noteworthy local and international exhibitions. It remains a must-see attraction if you’re staying in this part of Cornwall. There are dozens of other great art galleries and crafts shops to explore in the town, including outlets for Cornish glassware artist Jo Downs.

Sculpture at the Barbara Hepworth Museum
Sculpture at the Barbara Hepworth Museum. Photo by Sarah Charlesworth

Experience Spectacular Art in Newlyn

Nearby Newlyn has had an equally rich artistic history. Like St Ives, it became the location for a important artists’ colony known as the Newlyn School. Much smaller than St Ives, Newlyn was, and still is, a thriving fishing village providing much inspiration to visiting and resident artists. Big names in the movement included Lamorna Birch and Stanhope Forbes.

Today you can see some of the fine art produced during that period and the work of contemporary artists in galleries, including the Newlyn Art Gallery and a variety of other galleries in nearby Penzance.  Penlee House Gallery and Museum has a fascinating exhibition of painters from the Newlyn School and their influence on modern artists. The PZ  Exchange, The Contemporary Gallery and other independent galleries provide a showcase of old and new artists from across the county. If you fancy participating in some art classes, you can learn from local artists at the Newlyn School of Art.

Find Up-And-Coming Art in Falmouth

Falmouth is another town which has attracted artists over the centuries, thanks to its wonderful seascapes and narrow bustling streets. Soaked in maritime history, Falmouth is a huge natural port littered with sailing boats of all sizes and colours. It’s little wonder that painters and artists used these wonderful scenes as inspiration for their artwork.

The best place to visit for art lovers is the Falmouth Art Museum, which has fine collection of 19th and 20th century art plus contemporary exhibitions by Cornish artists. It is also possible to catch the works of up-and-coming artists in the boutique galleries around the town or at end-of-year shows at the Falmouth School of Art. This famous art school which only recently acquired university status has attracted talented students from UK and world for over a century.


Witness a Wealth of Art in Fowey

Heading further east on the Cornwall art trail leads you to the small artists enclave of Fowey, which seems to be bursting at the seams with galleries and craft shops. Located on the Fowey estuary, amid yet more stunning Cornish scenery, the town bathes in glorious natural light providing a continuing source of inspiration and fascination for local artists.

One of the best places to head for great art is the Fowey River Gallery, which hosts an ever-changing display of exhibitions and new works by prominent local artists. Also worth a visit is the Toe in the Water Gallery which showcases and sells art and crafts inspired by the sea and coastline.

More Great Art in Padstow

This outpost of Cornish art on the rugged North Coast is a picturesque fishing town located on the colourful Camel estuary. Padstow and the surrounding area is home to many notable artists who draw inspiration from the rocky coastline, sandy shores and deep blue sea. Among these is the superb contemporary artist David Pearce who regularly exhibits his modern sea scenes at shows worldwide and locally at Padstow Fine Art.

Like all the other locations on the Cornish art trail, the streets of Padstow are lined with galleries, art shops and craft stores selling paintings and objets d’art of all standards, for all budgets. One of the newest galleries in Padstow, the Drang Gallery caters to the wealthier end  with its display of exciting works by established British artists, previously including Damien Hirst and Sir Terry Frost.

Get Set for Your Art Holiday in Cornwall

Whether you want to admire great works, pick up a memento or immerse yourself in the creative vibe, the Cornish art trail will lead you through some of the most beautiful, culturally rich locations Cornwall has to offer taking you on a tour through the treasure trove of historic and contemporary art found in Cornwall today. If you want to carve your own trail or simply soak up the art scene, St Ives  is the perfect base for you to create, immerse and explore Cornwall’s arty side. Visit Carbis Bay Holidays for self catering holiday accommodation in the town and the surrounding area.

By: Tony Townsend On:28th September 2016

St Ives Holiday-Makers Get Set for Indian Summer Festivities

Those looking for a late season holiday in St Ives will not be disappointed. After the mad rush of the school summer holidays, St Ives returns to a more leisurely pace of life in September. But the calm weather and long sunny days can sometimes last long into October when the Cornwall resort  basks in the warmth of an ‘Indian Summer’. As well as the promise of pre-autumn serenity, there’s still plenty going on to keep visitors occupied and entertained.

St Ives September Festival

St Ives In Summer

One of the highlights of the St Ives social calendar is the September Festival of art, music and culture. Each year hundreds of artists and performers from all over the UK descend on the town for a series of concerts, comedy gigs, art workshops and street performances at a mix of different venues.

If the Indian Summer delivers fine weather to St Ives, the streets come alive with locals and tourists mingling as they wander from one event to another enjoying impromptu open-air acts from street theatre groups, jugglers, comedians and musicians.

One of the key event venues for the September Festival is the Guildhall, which this year will welcome renowned musical acts such as

If there’s one thing that St Ives is famous for it is art and there are plenty of workshops, courses and lectures to enjoy during the festival. Most of the town’s galleries and art schools will be putting on events, which will range from life drawing classes to printmaking, and landscape art to drawing with an iPad.

Out and about in St Ives, visitors can drop in on pop-up performances such as Music & Poetry in Norway Square. Other can join guided walks of exploring the unique features of St Ives and the town’s heritage. Or they could test their sand-sculpting skills in the architectural sandcastle competition on Porthmeor Beach.

There is truly for something for everyone during the St Ives September Festival. For a full programme of events visit the festival website at

Surf’s Up in St Ives in September

Surfing in Cornwall

While many people will be entranced by the plethora of art, music and culture filling the town in September, holidaymakers should also find time to explore the beaches and the phenomenal activities and watersports available in and around St Ives. Chief among these is surfing which can be enjoyed in the heart of St Ives at Porthmeor Beach.

September is the perfect time to experience surfing or learn to surf for the first time. The water temperature is usually at it’s warmest at this time of year, as the sea has been warmed by the sun all summer long, plus the first of the autumn swells start rolling into shore producing optimum wave riding conditions. And if the Indian Summer takes hold the surf scene in St Ives in September can feel more Californian than British.

Surf lessons for all abilities are available from St Ives Surf School. Other ways to explore and enjoy the pristine waters of St Ives Bay are on a kayak or stand up paddle board tour, also offered by St Ives Surf School. Meanwhile, holidaymakers with sea legs can take a tour along the coast or a fishing trip from St Ives harbour with one of the boat trip operators such as St Ives Boats.

Early Autumn is Prime Time to Explore the Coast

Coasts in Cornwall

Holidaymakers wishing to go at their own pace should take a stroll out of town to explore one of Cornwall’s most beautiful stretches of coast. The South West Coast Path runs straight through St Ives, and it’s only a ten minute walk in either direction to reach some secluded beaches, quiet coves and high cliffs with far reaching sea views.

The walk east leads to the golden sands of Porthminster Beach and Carbis Bay which offer laid-back alternatives to the popular beaches in the town. The walk south along the coast from St Ives leads to even quieter shores where the rugged scenery is breathtaking. Local walking suggestions can be found on the South West Coast Path website.

Sample the St Ives Indian Summer

The St Ives Summer

September is a beautiful time to visit St Ives. With the September Festival, loads to see and do in the town or on the water and the prospect of an Indian Summer, St Ives promises a magical setting for late season getaway.

By: Tony Townsend On:28th September 2016

Whistler is a fabulous two bedroom apartment located in the heart of St Ives with sea views, parking and is pet friendly. View the video for a full tour of this stunning property and the beautiful surrounding area. Whistler at Tate Reach is one of the best located luxury self catering holiday homes in St Ives, Cornwall.

Boasting outstanding panoramic sea views across the town, harbour, beaches, the Island and the bay beyond, Whistler apartment in St Ives truly is the perfect coastal retreat.

By: Tony Townsend On:28th September 2016

St Ives Raft Race

11th December 2015

The St Ives Raft Race takes place every summer on the harbour. Watch the video to see the fun and frolics at a previous St Ives Raft Race, filmed during the summer holidays in Cornwall. This fabulous annual event is great to watch from the harbourside or whilst enjoying a meal at a waterside restaurant.

St Ives has a busy events calendar with many exciting things going on throughout the year. Why not plan your next holiday around one of the popular St Ives festivals and events?

By: Richard Brindley On:11th December 2015

The seaside town of St Ives comes to life on New Year’s Eve. St Ives has got to be one of the best places to see in the New Year, the harbour front and beach is busy with visitors and locals mainly in fancy dress, many following the Samba band Samba Celtica providing a great atmosphere before and after the midnight firework display. Although dressing up is not obligatory, almost everyone does, so you’re more likely to feel like the odd one out if you don’t! Fancy dress is all part of the fun when celebrating the New Year in St Ives.

The town is closed for traffic and the streets are busy with people of all ages seeing in the new year. You can head to the beach if the weather permits or enjoy live music and celebrations in St Ives pubs and bars. Why not join the party this year and plan a New Year’s break with Carbis Bay Holidays? Watch the video to see why New Year’s Eve in St Ives is so special. It might inspire your fancy dress ideas too!

By: Richard Brindley On:11th December 2015

Best Beaches for Surfing in and around St Ives

If you’re visiting St Ives in Cornwall this summer, you really should try surfing. The sport of surfing is a vibrant part of the culture and lifestyle of Cornwall, and St Ives is a hotspot for surfing activity. To leave Cornwall without having tried surfing, is like visiting Cornwall without ever tasting a Cornish pasty. It’s simply something you should do to get under the skin of this holiday destination and immerse yourself in the Cornish vibe.


Of course you wouldn’t just try surfing because of its connection with Cornwall. It is also a fabulous activity which allows you to have fun in the sea and experience the power of nature as you ride waves along the shore. It is also a healthy exercise and is great fun for all ages and abilities, especially families who are staying locally in St Ives holiday accommodation.

Surfing at Porthmeor Beach, St Ives
The best place to start your surfing adventure in St Ives is Porthmeor Beach. This half-mile stretch of sand is located right in the heart of town, overlooked by the prestigious Tate Gallery. The beach faces north west, so it is slightly sheltered from the biggest swells and strongest winds. This means the waves are often cleaner and gentler here than west facing beaches, so Porthmeor Beach is perfect for learning to surf most of the time. St Ives Surf School runs surf lessons here (see discount information below). A surfing lesson at Porthmeor Beach is a superb activity to experience while you are on holiday in the St Ives area.

Surfing at Sennen Beach

Just a short drive away from St Ives and Carbis Bay, at the far end of West Penwith is the pretty fishing village of Sennen with its crescent of golden sand renowned for its quality surf conditions. As this beach is located right at the tip of Cornwall, near Land’s End, Sennen Beach does pick up most Atlantic Ocean swells. On big wave days, the surfing is best left to the local pros. But when the conditions are calm, Sennen is one of the few places where you can pick up some beginner size waves. There is also the very good Sennen Surf School here, with professional surf instructors eager to teach you in the ways of wave riding.

Surfing at Gwithian Beach
Located just the other side of Carbis Bay, at the other end of the Hayle Towans, Gwithian is one of the hottest surf destinations in the area. This beach is also exposed to the best swells rolling in from the Atlantic, which can deliver big barreling waves for experienced surfers some days. But on other days, beginner surfers can enjoy calmer waves and surf conditions suitable for learning how to surf. If you check the surf forecast and choose your visit correctly, you will be rewarded with some awesome waves in the shadow of Godrevy Lighthouse. Gwithian Academy of Surfing runs surfing lessons here for beginners and progressing surfers.

Surfing at Praa Sands
Praa Sands is only a 20 minute drive away from St Ives, but has a very different outlook and atmosphere to the rugged beaches of the north coast. When you pass Penzance you’ve turned the corner onto the south coast of West Cornwall, with generally gentler, greener coastal scenery. Surf conditions on the south coast can be world class, especially at nearby Porthleven with its renowned rocky reef break. The waves can also be big and hollow at Praa Sands, but generally in the summer months, the waves break gently onto a soft sandy beach. This makes it a good location for families with small children to try surfing and master core board skills without battling it out through big breakers. Stones Reef Surf Shop, located right on the beach, provides surfboard hire and surfing lessons.

Let’s Go Surfing!

So there you have it. A round-up of the best places to learn to surf and enjoy surfing while you are on holiday in St Ives or Carbis Bay. But your surfing adventure needn’t end there. There are surfing beaches, coves and more advanced surf spots to explore along the entire coastline of Cornwall. Once you’ve had your initial surf lessons and feel comfortable in the water, you can just pick up a board and explore. You’ll be assured a true Cornish adventure.

For more information on surfing in St Ives or to book surfing lessons at Porthmeor Beach, please visit the St Ives Surf School website. Remember that if you’re on holiday in St Ives with Carbis Bay Holidays, you can get 20% off the price of surf lessons with this surf school.

If you’re a keen surfer or want to try surfing while on holiday in St Ives, please check out the range of holiday cottages, houses and apartments near Porthmeor Beach on the Carbis Bay Holidays website.

By: Richard Brindley On:11th December 2015

As darkness falls across Cornwall and Halloween edges closer, tales of ghosts and ghouls emerge from all quarters. Cornwall is a county infused with myth and legend, but this reaches a paranormal peak at this time of year. To celebrate the spooky season whae visit some of the most haunted places in Cornwall.

Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn

Located in a lonely spot in the middle of windswept Bodmin Moor, Jamaica Inn is reputed to be one of the most haunted places in the country. It has served as a coaching inn for centuries and is renowned for tales of smuggling, murder and mystery – accentuated by Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel about the inn.

Landlords and guests have experienced many spooky goings-on at Jamaica Inn, which is said to be haunted by a ragtag of ghosts including a murdered highwayman in a tricorn hat and cloak who is seen to drift through solid doors. Ghostly incidents are so common that popular TV programme Most Haunted said the episode they recorded at Jamaica Inn was the spookiest ever. Visitors can learn more about the inn’s colourful history in the museum or ‘sleep with the ghosts’ by staying overnight in the hotel.

Pendennis Castle

Pendennis Castle

As one of Cornwall’s oldest buildings and the site of many a battle, it’s little wonder that ghosts are said to roam Pendennis Castle. This fortress stands guard at the mouth of the Fal Estuary, near Falmouth and was built during the reign of Henry VIII to protect the port from invasion. During the English Civil War, Pendennis was the last Royalist stronghold to fall after a six-month siege in which many people died.

At Halloween time guests are invited to join an eerie evening tour to learn all about dark deeds and ghostly apparitions which haunt the castle to this day. The castle is said to be haunted by at least eight different ghosts, including the screams of a kitchen maid who fell to her death and the footsteps of soldiers on narrow staircases.

Bodmin Jail

Bodmin Jail

Bodmin Jail is a cold and foreboding place famous for its dark and sinister past when murderers, smugglers and thieves were locked up in dank dungeons. Some seriously sinister characters were detained here and public hangings were held at the jail up until 1909. Considered to be one of Britain’s most haunted places, Bodmin Jail’s notorious ghosts include that of Selina Wadge who was hung for the murder of her child. Children have reported seeing a lady in a long dress crying and pregnant women have been known to become very emotional in the ‘presence’ of this spirit.

The jail is now a museum where brave visitors can descend into the bowels of this dark prison and learn about the lives of its inmates. Gruesome exhibits include the Execution Pit which features a restored hanging ‘long drop’ platform. Bodmin Jail hosts regular Overnight Ghost Walks where visitors get time to soak up the spooky atmosphere and attend various workshops on paranormal activity.

Wheal Coates Mine

Wheal Coates mine Cornwall

Cornwall’s mines were dark and dangerous places, where terrifying accidents led to many deaths below ground. Wheal Coates Mine on the cliff at Chapel Porth, Near St Agnes, is said to be haunted by the ghosts of dead miners. Today visitors can see the ruins of the cliff top engine house which casts an eerie shadow over the rugged coastal scenery.

On a cold and windy day, when the spot is deserted, some visitors have said they have heard spooky whispers, perhaps exasperated by the crashing waves which echo up through the mines and rattle the grate in the floor of this ghostly ruin.

Museum of Witchcraft

Museum of Witchcraft Cornwall

This museum may not be haunted, as far as we know, but it’s definitely a particularly spooky visitor attraction. The Museum of Witchcraft has been located in Boscastle for over half a century and houses the world’s largest collection of artefacts related to witchcraft. When visitors step through the door, adorned with a picture of a witch, they are confronted with eerie exhibits of the occult which send shivers down the spine.

Visitors can navigate their way through the packed rooms with sections devoted to the Wiccan wheel of the year, ritual magic, divination, stone circles and protective charms. There is also a small section on Satanism containing a medallion given to the museum by the Church of Satan. Despite its scary subject matter, the Museum of Witchcraft is very popular with visitors especially at Halloween.

Enjoy a Spooky Stay in Cornwall

Visitors looking for a break in Cornwall at Halloween time should check out the holiday cottages, houses and apartments which offer a safe retreat from the spooky and scary attractions on this list. Visit to find available holiday properties.

By: Richard Brindley On:11th December 2015

St Ives in Cornwall offers so many attractions and fantastic things to do for groups – whether for a family get-together or a break away with friends. In this video we outline our suggestions for some of the best group activities in St Ives.

By: Richard Brindley On:11th December 2015

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