Southwest England is home to beautiful Cornwall County, home to stunning beaches, coastal promenades, quaint port towns, and top attractions. A number of beaches and bays await to be discovered, providing the perfect getaway for all families. Accommodation is easy to find with a variety of self-catering cottages, lodges, camping grounds and Cornwall hotels.
In addition to boasting over 300 beaches and stunning Cornwall hotels, there are plenty of great attractions across the county and you can visit all accommodation with Cornwall House Accommodation WA. From historic gardens and buildings to family adventure theme parks, you have no choice!
Gardens in Cornwall
Heligan’s Lost Garden:
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a magnificent garden located in Mevagissey near St Austell, offering exploration over 200 acres. These diverse gardens include Victorian gardens, ancient woodlands, and lush subtropical jungles.
One of England’s most famous gardens, The Eden Project is definitely worth a visit. The rainforest biome travels through the rainforests of Malaysia, West Africa, and South America, while the Mediterranean biome lets you experience South African and California landscapes across the equator. The Eden Project also has an Education Center and has recently emerged as a premier music venue hosting a variety of famous artists and bands.
Family attractions in Cornwall
Kri Ali Adventure Park:
Crealy Adventure Park is the perfect day for families. There are plenty of wild rides and mythical adventures to keep the whole family entertained. When the weather gets sour, there are two huge indoor play areas. There is also an infant area for garbage.
Dairy Land, located in Newquay, has a lot to do. Kids can visit many animals and have a chance to ride a pony or milk a cow! There is also an adventurous playground and nature trail.
Beaches in Cornwall
Crantock beach near Newquay is managed by the National Trust. This is a very large beach and backed by sand dunes that provide a haven for children to play. The beach is popular with surfers and is great for families with toilets, cafes, and shops for beach necessities. A little restless on the beach, there are plenty of beautiful coastal promenades and hidden coves around.
Another big beach on the north coast, Watergate Bay is a beautiful, safe and sandy beach, but parking can be a bit tricky, so make sure to arrive early in the summer. This beach has an unpretentious and quirky beach café, and it’s also home to Jamie Oliver’s own ‘Fifteen’ restaurant. Also, if you want to try a few water sports, there is an Extreme Academy where you can try surfing, kite surfing, paddle surfing and stand-up paddle surfing.
These are just a few of the attractions Cornwall has to offer, but there are more attractions such as historic homes, castles, picturesque coastal towns, museums, and rich art galleries. Choose from Cornwall’s coastal hotels, waterfront guesthouses, or rural self-catering cottages.
Cornwall has a variety of top attractions to choose from, from 300 beaches to beautiful coastline, countryside, theme parks, wildlife parks, gardens, and historic sites. Accommodation ranges from waterfront Cornwall hotels to self-catering cottages, apartments and lodges.