Cornwall holidays

The wild and woolly big toe of England has become synonymous with pasties, Padstow and pure and simple pleasures with the thundering rollers of the Atlantic offering surfers and beach combers untold opportunities to fill their days doing as they please. From St Michaelís Mount to Tintagel Castle, Cornwall holidays are filled with fascinating monuments to the past with Scrumpy cider, scenic cycling and fish suppers offering up sustenance for the soul as well as the mind.

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Cornwall and Isles of Scilly holiday

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly holiday

Admire England's south-western corner car-free
From £1,995 to £2,150 8 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Cornwall converted railway carriage, England

Cornwall converted railway carriage, England

Step back in time in our 1950's carriage
From £395 to £1,250 per accommodation per week
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Cornwall railway carriage self catering, England

Cornwall railway carriage self catering, England

Two beautiful Victorian railway carriages in Cornwall
From £395 to £825 per cottage per week (sleeps 2-6)
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South West Coastal Path walking holiday, England

South West Coastal Path walking holiday, England

The South West Coast Path and Isles of Scilly
From £459 to £899 8 days ex flights
Tailor made: This holiday can be booked from the 1st March to 31st October each year.
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Cornwall wellness and yoga retreat

Cornwall wellness and yoga retreat

Connect with like-minded people and enjoy the fresh air!
From £450£370 3 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2023: 20 Jan
Unusual accommodation in Cornwall, a railway carriage

Unusual accommodation in Cornwall, a railway carriage

Award-winning accommodation in Cornish village location.
From £100 to £145 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
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