CPRH - Destinations - Cornwall Peace and Relaxation Holidays - CPRH


When planning your trip to Cornwall, it is always better to think about what you want from your holiday. Big beach towns such as Newquay and Porthtowan are excellent destinations for surfers, though during the summer times or at special events or competitions they can become packed and rowdy.

If you want a historic holiday, Boscastle and Tintagel offer amazing walks and museums. Visit the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle or Learn about King Arthur in Tintagel. Cornwall has a varied and exciting history which all of the family will enjoy.

Looking for something to keep the kids entertained? Visit Bodmin, with bags of history and museums, they will be fascinated by stories of ghosts and jailers. If thatís not quite right, a seaside holiday to St Ives will not disappoint. With warm tides and soft sand, this is the perfect place for digging holes, creating sand sculptures and relaxing with a good book.

Cornwall has a rustic charm that makes it the ideal pace for a romantic break. Plan ahead and you can find some great deals on hotels and guest houses. Or research a rental cottage for a more rustic and secluded holiday.

Private Expeditions can help if you want to organise a trek up Mera Peak. With our tailor made trip service, you can add any personal options you would like. Whether you are trekking for a honeymoon, holiday or just for the fun of it, as an advisor how your journey can be made extra special.

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Are you tired of mornings in the office and evenings enduring the school run? Cornwall is the perfect place for some rest and relaxation. Enjoy a holiday on one of Britainís finest coastal beaches. Enjoy skimming stones or building sandcastles with the kids.

Cornwall is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year and is great for family holidays or romantic get-aways. Escape from the city and rent a rustic cottage in a countryside haven for some serious family time. Relax by a roaring fire or have a barbeque down by the beach. Cornwall is the perfect place for peace and relaxation.

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    For a fantastic holiday venue, look no further than Cornwall. This beautiful county is located on the far south west point of England and has miles of unspoilt coastline waiting to be explored. There are many attractions and activities for adults and children alike and is the perfect location for a romantic break or to pass a relaxing family holiday. Enjoying short winters and long summers, Cornwall has a great deal to offer visitors who come back year after year to enjoy the stunning scenery and mild climate.

    Cornwall is a paradise for casual walkers or hikers. As well as its many beautiful walks inland, Cornwall has 228miles/ 431kms of coastal footpath stretching from Padstow on the North Cornish Coast to the Plymouth Sound on the South coast. Whether you are intent on walking the entire coastpath or simply want a pleasant spring stroll on the Moors, Cornwall can cater for all tastes from ancient paths and remote moorland hikes to cliff top walks which are beautiful whatever the season.

    But of course not everybody comes to Cornwall to be energetic. There is much pleasure to be had in simply sightseeing or exploring Cornwall's unspoiled fishing villages or its historic towns. Come and see for yourselves!

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