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Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Whether you're a visitor (emmet as us Cornish fondly call you) or a local, nothing can beat a holiday or staycation in one of Cornwall's tourist hotspots, from St Ives to Newquay, Penzance to Padstow. Cornwall's biggest draw, of course, is its 300 miles of coastline, from dramatic cliffs to towering dunes and quiet coves, but there is a lot more to the Duchy. If you want some essential information on why Cornwall is a land apart we suggest you read this[1] so you can look like more like a local.

It might be worth brushing up if you live in St Austell or Sennen too.

Cornwall now has some of the best restaurants in the UK but no visit is complete without savouring our pasties, cream teas, beer and, now, myriad gins, vodka and rum being distilled in nooks and crannies all across the county.

Porthcurno in Cornwall has been named as one of the 50 best beaches in Europe

Here is our definitive insider's guide to make your visit to Cornwall the most comprehensive and perfect you can get - from where to stay to the coolest hangouts, beaches that will make you feel you're in the Caribbean, historic stately homes and gardens, the best days out for families and the leading venues to be entertained (there are amazing music and theatre scenes in the county). Don't forget, we also have some of the best summer music festivals in the land, including the massive Boardmasters[2], which this year plays host to everyone from the Wu-Tang Clan to Florence + The Machine. Everything you need to know is listed below but if all that isn't quite enough here's the Cornwall Bucket List 2019[3] - 101 things you have to do in the county this year.

Where to stay

Campsites

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kidsChildren enjoy the waves on Fistral Beach, Newquay

Trevornick, at Holywell Bay in North Cornwall, has all the gear you need in one of their Eurotents, so trying out camping couldn't be easier.

All you need to take with you is your bedding and food - everything else is already there in the pre-pitched 3-bedroom tent. They have one double and four single Z-framed beds so can sleep up to 6 people, as well as a spacious kitchen/dining area. It has gas and electric, so you're hardly slumming it. Book here[4][5]

There are a whole host of campsites across Cornwall, though, so get searching.

If you want to travel around with your own accommodation, how about booking a motorhome? There are plenty available in Cornwall. We tried out Camptoo last year and had an amazing family holiday[6].

It's like Airbnb on wheels.

Hotels

There are some extraordinarily good coastal hotels, many with spas, some of the best restaurants in the South West and the sort of views that will make you gasp. We'd highly recommend The Scarlet[7] , overlooking Mawgan Porth on the north coast. An eco-hotel, it's famous for its spa breaks - you definitely won't have experienced anything like the outdoor barrel cedar sauna atop the cliffs; relax while being at one with the ocean.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Further down the coast is the Watergate Bay Hotel[8] - you could spend your entire holiday here without seeing anywhere else.

Next door is the brilliant Extreme Academy, where you can learn to surf in an hour - believe us, we did - and after that wind down in the very wonderful Zacry's restaurant. With one of the most amazing infinity pools you will ever see and its own boardwalk and changing area for surfers, you have to visit. Here's our guide to 51 of the best places to stay in Cornwall[9] from luxury hotels to campsites.

From magical tree houses to a gin haven, here are the quirkiest holiday cottages[10] in Cornwall on Airbnb .

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kidsA lesson from golf pro Jonathan Lamb at Gwel an Mor

If you want to stay somewhere that also has a wildlife centre on site, a golf course, archery and other fantastic facilities then we can recommend Landal, Gwel an Mor at Portreath[11]. If you want to visit on a budget then here are the best cheap hotels in Cornwall[12].

St Ives and Newquay are always two of the most popular resorts to visit, so here's a guide to ten of the best hotels in St Ives[13] and how to plan the perfect weekend in the town[14]. Here's a the 30 best hotels in Newquay[15].

Glamping

These days people want something more than slumming it in a tent, largely thanks to fantastical festival experiences, and Cornwall can offer all sorts of glamping ideas.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Fancy holiday like a hobbit?

Then snuggle up in a Lord of the Rings-style pod near Bude in a countryside haven called, yes, Rivendell. Outlandish Holidays at St Keverne on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula offers treehouses for adults and a whimsical fairytale cabin, the Jack Sparrow House. Here are just a few examples[16] .

Cottage hire

There are hundreds of cottages you can rent if you want to do Cornwall in style.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Cornish Horizons[17] Holiday Cottages has over 500 cottages throughout the whole of the county.

How about an apartment overlooking the beach, a family town house in the middle of Padstow or a large country mansion when your four-legged friend can come on holiday too? With over 24 years of experience, this is just one of the companies to go to for your stay in Cornwall - whether it's a short break over winter or a couple of weeks in the summer holidays. Contact: www.cornishhorizons.co.uk / 01841 533331.

See also Sykes Holiday Cottages[18], Cornish Gems[19] , Cornish Cottage Holidays[20] , Pure Cornwall[21] , Classic Cottages[22] and many more.

Holidays are even better if we can bring our pets so here's our guide to the best dog-friendly cottages[23] in Cornwall. While we're at it here are the best things you can do with your dog[24] while you're here.

Free days out

If you're bringing your kids to Cornwall then you want to make it as cheap as possible. From fascinating historical landmarks to vibrant festivals, secret beaches and attractions that simply offer no admission charge, you can enjoy fantastic days out - and you don't have to spend a penny to enjoy them.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

The Camel Trail[25] is a true treasure trove for cyclists, affording stunning views from Bodmin to Padstow.

There are plenty of pubs on route too if you fancy a bite to eat.

Here are lots more ideas on how to spend your time but not your money[26] and here are the best and most beautiful places to feed the ducks[27] .

Family days out and theme parks

There's so much to do with the children in Cornwall - from charming theme parks ( Flambards , Land's End and Camel Creek Adventure Park ) to animal parks ( Newquay Zoo , Paradise Park ); one of the most famous attractions in the UK, the Eden Project (why not take a zipwire ride over the bomes?), to the hugely enjoyable Retallack Aqua Park . Throw in underground adventures at historic mines and the legend of King Arthur at Tintagel Castle and you have a fun-packed holiday. Find out more about them all on TripAdvisor[28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36]

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Here are a massive 52 of the greatest family attractions[37] to visit in Cornwall and 45 magical Cornish places to take the children[38].

If you still need some help here are a whopping 101 things to do in Cornwall before you're 11[39] .

Beaches

How can you come to Cornwall and not go to the beach? Even if the sun's hiding they're perfect for a relaxing walk (quite a few let your dogs visit too). Ask anyone in Cornwall and they will each pick a different beach as their favourite such is the choice, from the more dramatic surf beaches of the north coast to the idyllic, easy swimming beaches of the south coast.

One of our favourites is Gyllyngvase in Falmouth - it's great for safe swimming, barbecues, rock pooling with the hire of stand-up paddleboards plus it's right next to the Gylly Beach Cafe[40] , a great excuse for a cider and a bite to eat.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Here are 50 of the best beaches in Cornwall[41] which rival the Caribbean.

As locals we are probably going to rue the day we do this, but there are a lot of secret coves that tourists will never know about, but we've revealed some of them because us Cornish are lovely. For instance, Nanjizal is often deserted as the nearest car park is over a mile away. It's well worth the walk especially for Dr Who fanatics as the episode, The Smugglers, was filmed there.

if you want to let it all hang out here's a list of all of Cornwall's nudist beaches[42] .

Make sure you get the right ones!

Gardens

Head inland and Cornwall has some of the most gorgeous gardens in the country. From the tropical to the hidden and even, arguably, the most famous man-made garden in the whole world - the Eden Project[43] - there are plenty of very different and very beautiful gardens to visit in the Duchy.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

If you want to combine sub-tropical gardens and an exotic walk down to a secluded beach, then Trebah Garden[44] on the Helford River is a definite place to visit. Similarly, neighbouring Glendurgan[45], with its huge maze, is stunning.

Here are 18 of the most beautiful gardens in Cornwall[46] .

National Trust properties and stately homes

Where there's a sweeping garden in Cornwall, there is usually an historic stately home too. The county is full of them - many run by the National Trust, but also several owned by the families whose ancestors built them centuries ago.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

One of the most famous is St Michael's Mount[47] which, when the tide is right, you can walk to along its own cobbled highway from Marazion. The working village and gardens are well worth a visit but the cherry on top of the island is the castle.

The St Aubyn family have lived there since the 17 century and all the treasures from the past are on display, including a leather water bottle found with the skeleton of a giant discovered in the crypt of the church.

Go back in time at 15 of the best stately homes[48] in Cornwall. To buy a National Trust membership from as little as GBP6 a month to access all the properties as well as use the car parks for free click here[49]

Things to do when it's raining

Okay, I lied above - the sun doesn't always shine in Cornwall as those of us who live here are only too aware. If on your visit the rain should come then we have plenty of things for you to do undercover.

Fear not, life in Cornwall is not just about the beach.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kidsImposing Bodmin Jail

Here are lots of things to do in Cornwall when it rains[50] and the best soft play areas[51] to keep the littlies entertained. If you fancy something different to do when it rains how about one of Cornwall's growing number of escape rooms? We paid a visit to Eureka Escape in Truro recently and loved it[52].

Museums and galleries

It was recently revealed that Cornwall has the most museums of any local authority in the UK, beating Westminster and Camden into second and third places.

The county actually has a whopping 70 museums from Truro's Royal Cornwall Museum[53] , featuring the entire history of the county from prehistoric times and currently including a Poldark exhibition, to Geevor Tin Mine[54] , where you can experience what life was like down a real tin mine, and the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno[55] , demonstrating how Cornwall played a major part in the history of communication.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Being Cornwall, there is also the weird and the wonderful when it comes to museums. We particularly love the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic[56] in Boscastle and its fascinating history of folk magic, ceremonial magic, Freemasonry and Wicca. With the largest witchcraft collection in the world, it will both thrill and spook you.

Of course, Cornwall is renowned for its galleries and none come more famous than Tate St Ives[57] , which is now bigger and better than ever.

Music and entertainment

Despite being a world away from the big centres of music such as London and Manchester, Cornwall's own idiosyncratic music scene has always thrived, whether leading the way for folk music in the 1960s or our own Aphex Twin[58] being responsible for the explosion in electronic dance music in the 1990s. In recent years, Ben Howard[59] - who studied at Falmouth University and started performing in Cornwall - has become a huge global name. Here are 58 huge music stars playing in Cornwall[60] this year.

We are spoilt for choice for music venues, from live music pubs that are full of character and atmosphere to large venues like the Eden Project[61], which attract some of the biggest names in the business.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Here are the 32 of the greatest venues[62] in Cornwall to rock out in.

Cornwall now has more summer music festivals than any other county in the country. The huge surfing and music festival, Boardmasters[63] on a stunning clifftop site at Watergate Bay, is now one of the biggest in the UK and this year sees everyone from Foals to Jorja Smith. One of the most intriguing is the arts, music and food four-dayer Port Eliot Festival[64] on the beautiful estate at St Germans.

This year Charlotte Church will be rubbing shoulders with Emily Maitlis, which shows just how eclectic the event is.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Here are 25 music festivals taking place in Cornwall[65] between May and October. We've never been so spoiled.

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The Eden Sessions

Hidden gems

As this is an insider's guide, we'll let you into some trade secrets only the Cornish know about. Some of these will even come as a surprise to people who have lived here all their lives.

Here are 50 magical secret places and hidden gems[66] across Cornwall. How about St Nectan's Glen[67]? It's gorgeous.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kidsThe third waterfall at St Nectans Glen

Have you drunk in The Chintz Symposium[68] in Falmouth and found its hidden bar?

Here are 50 of the coolest places[69] to see and be seen in in Cornwall.

Places you've seen on TV and film

We've got this far without much mention of the P word. Yes, Poldark[70]. If anything has caused an influx of visitors to our fair shores in the past few years it's the Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson effect.

Ross may look lovely holding a scythe while topless but the dramatic Cornish coastline looks even better, so we can't blame people desperate for a piece of Kernow.

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Ten spectacular real Poldark locations you must visit[71] . It's not just Poldark, of course, Cornwall is a haven for filmmakers. Tim Burton has made two films in the county - Alice in Wonderland and Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children, while James Bond movies, the infamous Straw Dogs and Germany's TV obsession with the novels of Rosamunde Pilcher have all been filmed here.

Here are 17 movies and TV shows[72] that were filmed in Cornwall and where to find them.

The other big TV hit synonymous with Cornwall is ITV's Doc Martin, starring Martin Clunes. They have just started filming again[73]. Port Isaac isn't just known for Doc Martin these days, as the Fisherman's Friends film[74], was also filmed in the harbour village.

Let's not forget Dawn French[75], who not only lives in Fowey[76] but films her series Delicious in Cornwall too.

Best walks

With its rugged coastline, moors and rural countryside, Cornwall is an ideal destination for hikers. Here are 11 of the best walks[77]. There are so many great coastal path treks but how about parking at the village of Treen?

The path leads down to the sea and out on to the point at the spectacular Logan Rock, taking in views across Porthcurno Bay to the west and east along the coast.

It is then a short walk around Porthcurno Bay with its beautiful white sands below. One the west side, there is a climb up to the legendary Minack Theatre[78] , perched on the cliff edge with views down into the ocean beyond. Here's our list of the best coastal walks[79] .

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

It's that time of year when dog walkers find themselves banned from many of Cornwall's favourite beaches.

Here's a list of which beaches you should avoid with your pooch[80]. Some other great places to take your pooch for a stroll are Tehidy Woods, the Great Flat Lode (isn't that a name to conjure with?) and The Gannel in Newquay.

Where to eat

Beach feasts

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

One thing you definitely can't do in Birmingham, Bristol or Bradford is end the evening with a wonderful meal on a beach. Cornwall is famous for it and there is no better place than The Hidden Hut[81] at Porthcurnick on the Roseland Peninsula, which has become world-famous.

We are talking luscious banquets overlooking a secluded cove with great company. Here's everything you need to know about the Hidden Hut[82] and its neighbouring restaurant, Tatams.

Pasties

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Cornwall is also famous, of course, for its delicacy - the pasty. We asked readers to vote for their favourite pasty in the whole of Cornwall[83] and this is the one which gained the most votes.

You can now buy pasties with flavours from all corners of the globe[84] and even a vegan one which meat eaters are finding delicious.

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Pasties in the news

Cream teas

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Cornwall's other favoured delicacy is the cream tea. Make sure you spread the jam before the cream though. In Cornwall it's always jam first!

Here are 16 of the best cream teas[85] to devour across the whole of the county, and while you're at it, here are some of the best hot chocolates[86] to wash them down with. While we're taking hot drinks and sweet treats, here are Cornwall's best cafes[87] and coffee shops for you to choose from. This is the best cafe in Cornwall[88] according to our readers.

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Jam first

Fish and chips

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Did you know that Cornwall is also the home of one of the best chippys in the UK? Harbour Lights[89] in Falmouth was frying high when it came out on top of the National Fish & Chip Awards, organised by Seafish, scooping the title of Independent Fish and Chip restaurant of the Year.

We asked for your favourite chippies and this is the winner[90] . Here are 15 others that batter[91] the competition. If you fancy something different, here's a list of the tastiest pizzas in the county[92] , too.

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A taste of Cornwall

Burgers

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Cornwall has some of the best independent burger joints in the UK, from Hubbox[93] to Sam's[94] and Boo Koos[95] .

Here's our pick of the best[96] and the one voted the best in the entire county by readers[97] .

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Cornwall burgers

The best restaurants in Cornwall

The county is renowned for its restaurants, from smaller, exquisite eateries like Oliver's[98] in Falmouth to Michelin-star venues run by such well-known TV faces as Nathan Outlaw[99] and Paul Ainsworth[100] .

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Another Michelin chef who's less known - and shouldn't be - is Cornishman Chris Eden, who runs the restaurant at the Driftwood Hotel[101] near Portscatho on the Roseland Peninsula. His ingenious food is as dramatic and tasty as the clifftop view from the dining room. Here's a guide to all our Michelin starred restaurants[102] and if you can't afford them here are 50 of the best affordable places to eat in Cornwall[103].

Cornwall has some mighty fine Indian and Nepalese restaurants, too.

Here are 25 of the tastiest curry houses[104] . The county is also renowned for its street food vendors[105] and the growing number of vegan eateries[106].

Beer gardens

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

The sun's out so where better to enjoy a drink and grab a bite to eat? One of Cornwall's many pretty beer gardens, of course.

One of our favourite al fresco supping spots is the Heron Inn at Malpas[107] on the outskirts of Truro. It has a view to die for - looking down the idyllic Carrick Roads river-ways towards Falmouth.

Here are details of 15 of the best venues to sink a pint in the sun[108] and here are the 27 best pubs to visit in Cornwall[109] according to the Good Pub Guide.

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Pubs in Cornwall

Pubs and beach bars

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Fancy something a bit more cool, with beats and the laidback surf crowd? Cornwall has some of the funkiest beach bars in the land. Lusty Glaze[110] at Newquay was recently named the best beach in the UK.

Its bar and restaurant is well worth a visit and this summer you can catch concerts by Morcheeba among others. Here are some of the other coolest beach bars[111] to be seen at this year. If you want it more traditional here are 50 of the best pubs[112] to visit across the length and breadth of Cornwall.

Find out what everyone thinks about them on TripAdvisor here[113].

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Cornwall gin

Cornish gin

Cornwall holiday guide 2019: Expert's guide to hotels, campsites, things to do, eating out, beaches and kids

Now Cornwall has become one of the coolest regions in Europe it's no surprise that it's responsible for the gin recently crowned the best in the world.

Tarquin's[114] , Cornish Navy Seadog Gin was awarded Best Gin at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017 - the Oscars of the spirit world. Tarquin's range - produced by Southwestern Distillery on the North Cornwall coast - is available in bars, restaurants and hotels the world over and it's easy to see why. Here are some gin events happening in Cornwall[115] this year.

Now let's drink to your perfect Cornish holiday!

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  111. ^ coolest beach bars (www.cornwalllive.com)
  112. ^ 50 of the best pubs (www.cornwalllive.com)
  113. ^ TripAdvisor here (fave.co)
  114. ^ Tarquin's (www.southwesterndistillery.com)
  115. ^ gin events happening in Cornwall (www.cornwalllive.com)

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