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Pop on your woolly hat and wellie boots, we're exploring Cornwall this Autumn!

Autumn Break In Cornwall

Ah autumn… the crowds have gone home, the days are warm and the sunsets are breath taking. We all know how great Cornwall is in the summer months, but so many miss out on the spectacle that is an autumn break in Cornwall.

Wrap up warm and pop your wellie boots on. Crunch through leaves along woodland trails or sit back and watch the fierce sea from a charming seafront café. The choice is yours!

What’s on?

*Please note: A number of events may not be going ahead at this time. Please visit the event website for further information*

Falmouth Oyster Festival: The celebration of oyster dredging season, Falmouth Oyster Festival has a crammed full diary of cooking demos, sea shanties, dancing, seafood and more! Freshly shucked oysters are the star of the show in Falmouth, with plenty of wine and beer to enjoy them with!

Festival of Light and Sound: A spectacular show, at The Eden Project. The festival of light and sound sees crisp laser beams projected high above the outdoor gardens and Mediterranean Biome. Spell binding patterns of light and 3D immersive sound scatter across the landscape. A real treat for the whole family!

Truro city of light: Nothing quite marks the beginning of the festive season quite like the magical lantern festival. Incorporating art, music, dance and of course, light. Watch as handmade lanterns and floats are carried through the streets of Truro, then warm up with a comforting drink from one of Truro’s many shops and cafes.

Explore Cornwall by bike

There is no better way to admire the Cornish countryside than on two wheels. With great bike trails like The Camel Trail and Lanhydrock just a short distance from our Cornwall holiday park. Don’t stress about having to strap in your bike for you holiday. There are plenty of excellent local bike hire facilities available for you to make use of.

Explore Poldark county

Channel your inner Alex Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson by visiting the North coast landmarks that can be spotted throughout the popular Poldark series. With hot spots like Holywell Bay, Bodmin Moor and Padstow nearby, you’re bound to recognise the filming locations, and perhaps even the odd cast member!

Bring your furry friend along

If you’re bringing you pooch along on your autumn break in Cornwall, you’ll be glad to hear that they will be able to enjoy sandy paws and long walks on the beach, as the summer dog bans are lifted. Make the most of our dog friendly accommodation at our North Cornwall Holiday Park.

Dining out

After a busy day exploring you can’t beat some great grub in the evening. With so many charming pubs and popular restaurants in Cornwall it’ll be hard to choose which one to visit. Great news, you are much more likely to snap up a reservation at popular restaurants in autumn compared to in the peak summer months!

If you don’t feel like venturing far for a drink this evening, try our on-site bar- The Piskie Inn! Serving a huge range of Cornish delights.

 

Our Cornwall Holiday Park

Make magical memories that last a lifetime at our Cornwall holiday park. We believe in offering great value for money, unforgettable holiday experiances. We have a huge range of self-catering accommodation plus touring and camping pitches – there is something for all tastes and budgets.

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