Category: North Cornwall


Wadebridge is a Cornish town on the North coast of Cornwall. It has a population of approx. 8,000 people. It was originally known as “wade” The bridge was built in…
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tintagel cornwall


Tintagel or TREVENA means village on a mountain. The population of the parish is approx:1700 people. The nearby Tintagel Castle is associated with the legend of King Arthur. Tintagel Castle…
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rock cornwall


  Rock is a fishing village on the coast of Cornwall. It is opposite Padstow. It was originally called “Black Rock” in the 18th century, which is now shortened to…
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Port Isaac

Port Isaac is small coastal village on the north of Cornwall. Various popular TV programmes have been filmed here – Recently Doc Martin and it is also the home of…
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Polzeath is a small seaside resort approx. 6 miles North west of Wadebride on the Atlantic Coast. It has a sandy beach and is popular with surfers and families for…
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Padstow in Cornwall is a town and fishing port on the north coast. Padstow is approx : 5 miles northwest of wadebridge and 10 miles north east of Newquay. Padstow…
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Minions is a village in Cornwall It is situated on the eastern flank of Bodmin moor It is the highest village in Cornwall Minions lies in an unspoilt area and…
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Mawgan Porth

Mawgan Porth is situated midway between Padstow and Newquay Mawgan Porth`s award winning beach has acres of family friendly sands surrounded with amazing Cornish cliffs Mawgan Porth beach is an…
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Launceston is steeped in ancient history – it has a Norman castle and nearby prison. Launceston was once the capital of Cornwall and is ideal for your family holiday in…
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Bude has over 2 times been voted the best UK coastal resort. Bude is an excellent location for a Cornwall holiday. There is a lot to do around Bude –…
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