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"It's so nice I want to live here." - Alistair Fraser, The Telegraph

10 Great Reasons to

Holiday at Glynn Barton.....

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Category: Days Out

10 Great Reasons to Stay at Glynn Barton

    1. Animals. Week day animal feeding with Shirley & Steve, children and parents alike happily follow each other to give the donkeys, Highland cows, Sheep, Kune Kune pigs, Pigmy goats & chickens their daily feed with the last job being the children’s favourite, collecting the freshly laid eggs from the coops.   2. […]

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Poldark Fever!

Cornwall’s going crazy for the television series Poldark … and it’s not hard to see why! Okay, it happen’s to star two gorgeous leads – Ross and Demelza, but we’re also extremly proud of all the Cornish backdrops featured. Last week our local St Austell White River cinema aired it’s own Premiere, with the stars of […]

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‘Roarsome Time at The Eden Project

Venue: The Eden Project Location: Par, St. Austell Cost: £69 for a family of 4 (under 5’s are free) Time Needed: 1/2 to full day Entertainment Factor: 7/10 Tip: Make sure you pick up your dinosaur journal and collect stamps for completed dinosaur activities! Website: Eden Project   What’s great about the Eden Project is that they are so adaptable. […]

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Life’s a Beach!

Venue: Mawgan Porth Beach. Location: Newquay. Cost: FREE!! Time Needed: As long as you like! Entertainment Factor: 8/10 Tip: Bring some activities to play with on the beach and don’t forget your suncream! Website: Mawgan Porth   From the moment the sand nestles between your toes and the sun beats down on your back, the water glistens in the distance […]

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A fun day out at Camel Creek Adventure Park!

Venue: Camel Creek Adventure Park (formerly known as Crealy). Location: Wadebridge Cost: £55 – £65 for a family of 4. Time Needed: All day Entertainment Factor: 9/10 Tip: Schedule to go on a character or event day to get added value! Website: Camel Creek   There’s lots to explore this Summer in Cornwall. So where […]

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2016 Holiday in Cornwall

10 Great Reasons to Spend Your 2016 Holiday in Cornwall Cornwall is a land of all-seasons, where each month contrasts with the one before to give unrivalled experiences and awe inspiring scenery. From colourful spring walks along the coastline, to bucket and spade holidays in the summer or storm watching in the winter, Cornwall combines a […]

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Tourism Awards Finalists

We are delighted to have been selected as a Finalist in the 2015 Tourism Awards. The awards night will take place on the 12 November and we can’t wait to see where we have come in the Self Catering Category. The Cornwall Tourism Awards are a national competition open to all self-catering businesses who are quality assessed. […]

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Camel Trail

An idyllic multi use 18 mile trail running between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow, the Camel Trail is an excellent family day out in Cornwall. Running through both a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) the Camel Trail is an 18 mile trail which passes through some of […]

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Events in Cornwall – June 2015

June is a fantastic month for taking advantage of all the fantastic events throughout the county. There is literally something every weekend, and an event for every taste, here are a few of our favourite events in Cornwall this June. Royal Cornwall Show 4 June – 6 June 2015 A significant event in Cornwall’s calendar, […]

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Cornwall Myths, Legends and Folklore

Cornish mythology, with its tales of giants, mermaids, ghosts, fairies and piskies, may have originated many years ago, but the stories are still as popular today. The Cornish legends and folklore capture the imagination of children and adults alike and provide an excellent excuse to visit many of Cornwall’s beautiful locations. The Mermaid of Zennor Depicting […]

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