(Only 2 entries for Cornwall)
There are two ways to decide on your summer holiday this year. You can work through a million brochures and websites until you start feeling vaguely suicidal, then just book the first thing you saw; or you can make up a cup of coffee, put your feet up and let you chief travel writer, Stephen Bleach, guide you through the cream of the crop. No 13 E-i-e-i-o in Cornwall
Real working farms have their drawbacks — kids love the animals, but they’re not good at looking out for speeding tractors. Which is where a fake one such as Glynn Barton, in Cornwall comes in. It’s 13 acres of safe child-friendliness: there are cows, pigs, donkeys, sheep and chickens, with feeding sessions every morning and an indoor pool, a soft-play barn, toys, a climbing frame, a games room, the lot.