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How to Enjoy a Great and Inexpensive Weekend in Cornwall

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Visit the tri-spire Truro Cathedral and head out to the Royal Cornwall Museum for its largest array of natural historical artefacts, industrial arts, and ethnological pieces. Don’t miss the kooky specialty shops as well as independent boutiques that dot Lemon Quay. Before heading back home, make sure to drop by and dine at The French Bistro and enjoy their ratatouille with goat cheese or chicken casserole. There are some great websites to help you plan a visit and book accommodation in Cornwall. Spending a day or two in Cornwall need not be expensive. By starting in Newquay, you can head out to Truro or some other Cornish towns for a great and inexpensive weekend holiday.

Active Days Out in West Cornwall

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There is nothing as soothing, rejuvenating, breath-taking and relaxing as the magnificence and the ambiance of the natural beauty that welcomes you as soon as you step your foot on West Cornwall. This wonderfully endowed part of the UK offers one both a perfect way and a rare chance of exploring nature from different angles at relatively fare and cheaper prices. It is one of the unique places you will have a special moment to blend a taste of nature, art and culture as well as recreational activities like fishing excursions and boat trips.

Accommodation facilities are available in abundance and you will have the freedom to choose according to the size of your pocket.

Best Accommodation Options in Cornwall

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There are also bed and breakfasts for people wishing to stay at one of those. The following list of hotels and bed and breakfasts make great bases for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer. For those who prefer self-catering holiday accommodation, there are plenty of fantastic Cornwall holiday cottages to discover. For example, see this website. The Venton Vean, Penzance is a classy bread and breakfast. It provides a quiet atmosphere while having seafront scenery. It's perfect for couples or singles who wish to have a peaceful holiday or vacation. Old Coast Guard, Mousehole is one of the classic hotels to stay at in the area.

Cornwall’s Most Beautiful Beaches

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Cornwall has the most beautiful beaches in the world. There I said it. I know this is a contentious issue and it's inevitably a subjective view. Some people might prefer the palm fringed beaches of Hawaii or Thailand. But for me the windswept beaches of Cornwall have a rugged beauty that is unmatched anywhere in the world. Of course, as a local, I'm more than a little bit biased. I've been visiting many of these beaches all my life so have a strong personal connection with these glorious, sandy beaches. Best Beaches for Families Holywell Bay continues to be one of my favourite beaches in Cornwall.

Ten of the Best Restaurants in the South West

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The good thing about Cornwall is that it is a fantastic area to visit for food and drink. There's so much more to the local food scene than Cornish pasties and cream teas. The success of Padstow and St Ives have brought Cornish restaurants to the fore of people's minds. But there are also many wonderful places to eat out over the border in Devon and throughout the South West region. One of the reasons it can be worthwhile to visit the South West of England is because of the fresh produce that is available from the profuse coastline and fields.

Hanging Out in Cultural Fowey

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Fowey, a small yet very historic and scenic community at the mouth of the River Fowey, has given inspiration to many of the nation’s literary greats, stalwarts of freedom, and religious figures that still draw a strong following even up to the present day. Enjoy a day or two exploring the historic sites as well as other Fowey attractions. It is best to stay in the area to really get under the skin of this magical destination. As a holiday town there are numerous hotels, guest houses, holiday homes and self catering cottages in Fowey. Enjoy the countless activities and thrilling adventures in the Fowey Harbor.

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