Holidays In Cornwall
Cornwall is home to a whole host of pubs with many now offering accommodation. Rooms retain the charm and character of the pub whilst having all the essential modern facilities such as free Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms, luxury beds, TVs and Freeview. Pubs in Cornwall also give visitors the perfect base to explore this incredible region and unlike traditional B&B's, they offer guests not just fantastic accommodation but a warm welcome and lively atmosphere.
After spending the day surfing at Newquay or visiting the Eden Project, guests can freshen up in their room and then head just downstairs for a relaxing evening with great food and drink. Food is served throughout the day and Cornish pubs serve some of the finest meals in the region. Enjoy delicious fresh fish platters or home cooked pub classics; you'll be in foodie heaven! Cornwall is a haven for watersports enthusiasts and there are plenty of opportunities to try out waterboarding, surfing, kayaking, canoeing and so much more!
Here we have picked a handful of some of our favourite pubs with accommodation and things to do when in Cornwall.
Things To Do:St Austell, Brewery Tour
Explore beer making on a tour of St Austell Brewery. From the heady heights of the mill you will pass the Mashtun and Copper and on to the Fermenting Vessels. This unique tour is mixed key points in the Brewery’s history making a compelling experience not to be missed. Adults £10.00.
Carnglaze Caverns is made up of three man-made caverns and offers a great day out for all the family. The caverns were originally formed as part of a slate quarry. There are guided tours available and during the low season visitors are able to go on self-guided tours. Adults £6.00 Child 3-15 £4.00.
The National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum is an award winning visitor attraction that celebrates Cornwall's rich maritime history. There is a variety of exhibitions and lectures on throughout the year as well as kids friendly displays. There are also fantastic views looking out from the Look Out tower. Adults £12, Children 5-15 £8.50, Under 5’s Free.
St Michael’s Mount
Stroll across the causeway where a legendary giant once walked. Follow the footsteps of pilgrims. Discover a medieval castle, a sub-tropical paradise and a close-knit island community. Delve into the history of a fortress, a priory, a harbour and a home. Listen to live music on the village green. Tuck into fresh local food in the Island Café or the Sail Loft Restaurant. Adults from £8.50, Children from £4.
The Eden Project
The Eden project is the 8th Wonder of the world and home to the world’s largest greenhouse. Outside the extensive grounds are landscaped and produce tea, lavender, sunflowers and hemp. Throughout the year the Eden Project also plays host to a number of art and music events. Adults £25, Children 5-16 £14, Under 5’s Free.
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