5 reasons why June is a great month to visit Cornwall

Before we moved to Cornwall we came here on holiday regularly. Although Cornwall is beautiful at any time of the year and in any weather, June was always one of my favourite months for visiting this gorgeous county.  And here’s why: It’s quieter than July and August. The school holidays and ensuing mass exodus to

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The Whole World is a Little Bit Cornish

My husband’s Uncle Ron and Aunty Betty live on the other side of the world in Moonta, South Australia. Over the Christmas holidays we found out that his town is known as Australia’s Little Cornwall.  Did you know that over 250,000 Cornish people emigrated between 1861 and 1901 and many made Australia their new home? 

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Does Santa Surf?

Does Santa Surf? Well in Cornwall he does! Watch him go in the Newquay Surf and Beach run on the 12th December in aid of Cornwall Hospice Care.  That’s one we’ve got to see! This will be our first Christmas in Cornwall and we’re excited about being somewhere new for the holidays. I love Christmas!!!

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Our 1st Blog Post!

Our 1st Blog Post! Welcome to our very first blog post! I moved to Cornwall from Sussex in March this year with my husband and two children for adventure, a better work-life balance and to start a holiday business. We fell in love with No. 3 The Old Cornstore from the moment we saw it

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