Is there any greater joy in life than a serene cycle ride, river-side, with tasty treat stops along the way? The Camel Trail was originally the railway line that connected Bodmin and Padstow and stretches over 17 miles alongside the Camel Estuary.
There are many reasons to visit Cornwall. The sunsets, the beautiful beaches and the clifftop walks being just a few, but we believe the cherry on top of all great Cornish things, are the tasty treats. Savoury, sweet and alcoholic alike, there’s a range of delicious delicacies to tempt every taste bud.
There really is something for everyone in Cornwall. Whether your thing is great gardens, fairytale castles, historic Cornish fishing villages or everything in between, Trevalsa is perfectly placed to show you the best of this beautiful county.
Cornwall and romance are a match made in heaven. Stunning, fiery sunsets, hand-in-hand beach walks, and hygge evenings with the one you love – pair those with a boutique hotel overlooking the Mevagissey Bay and you have a romantic break to remember.
Cornwall is simply rife with myths and legends, some more believable than others. Either way the Cornish people have lots of fun telling the great and grim tales of times gone by. Could King Arthur have been handed Excalibur by a mythical Lady of the Lake? Is there a...
It’s no secret that Cornwall has a haunted reputation; over the years much has been spoken of ghostly goings on around the Duchy, with reports of haunted hotels, paranormal pubs and ominous old homes. And the best part is, all of these places can be visited during your autumn break – at your own risk of course.
Autumn’s here and we feel like we can finally take a breather after the summer madness! Yes, it’s cooled down, yes, the days are a little shorter – and yes, we absolutely love it! Here are our top 5 things to do in Cornwall in these crisp autumn days.
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