Best Western have 4 hotels in Cornwall
Book a Cornish hotel for sun, sea, sand and seafood! Whether it's a beach holiday you're after, a city break seeped in history and culture, or an activity holiday full of first-times and once-in-a-life-times, Cornwall has it all.
Town and city breaks in Cornwall
Cornwall's capital, Truro, is the perfect place for a city break in the county. Visit the towering Victorian Cathedral, Lemon Street or Pannier Market which are both open 6 days a week, take a river boat trip to Falmouth or visit Victoria Gardens for a lazy afternoon picnic. Penzance is a vibrant yet historic town and is also the gateway to the Isles of Sicily and St Michael's Mount. Lose yourself amongst the cobbled streets of St Ives, the arty seaside town that has great access to Cornwall's beaches and world-class artwork.
Holidays in the Cornwall countryside
During you stay in a Cornwall hotel, be sure to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Cornish countryside. Visit the world-famous Eden Project or the Lost Gardens of Heligan in St Austell and explore their beautiful botanical gardens. Hike over Bodmin Moor or visit the unique Lizard Peninsula.
Beach holidays in Cornwall
Surrounded on three sides by the sea, Cornwall's 285 miles of coastline make the county a beach lover's paradise. Hit the beach in Newquay and take to the waves on the world-famous Fistral Beach or Watergate Bay. To avoid the busy tourist spots, experience the traditional Cornish seaside towns of Portcurno or Perranporth. Don't miss the chance to stand on the edge of the world at Land's End; you can walk along the craggy cliffs that lead to the tip and the views are spectacular.
Food and drink in Cornwall
For fine dining head to Rick Stein's seafood restaurant in Padstow or Jamie Oliver's famous Fifteen restaurant on Watergate Bay. Cornwall has hundreds of traditional local pubs to choose from where you can sample the local fare. The Wheelhouse in Falmouth and the River Life Café in Bude are worth checking out for dinner, whilst the Lifebouy Café in Fowey serves renowned breakfasts. Be sure to sample a traditional Cornish pasty from one of the many bakeries that cook the meat-filled pastries fresh every day. Cornish ice cream is truly delicious and if you're feeling really naughty, indulge with a traditional Cornish cream tea, complete with clotted cream made fresh in the region. Book a hotel in Cornwall to experience the region's unique weather, beaches and culture, the perfect UK short break.
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Hotels in Cornwall
Attractions in Cornwall:
Please visit the railway's website for details Apr - Nov 2013 (annual)
Daily 10am-5pm Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)
Tue-Sat 10am-5pm Mar - Oct 2013; not Mon or Sun (annual)
Tue-Sat 10am-5pm; open Bank Holiday Mondays Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)
Two or eight departures between 10am and 5pm, depending on the day and time of year Mar - Nov 2010 (annual)
What's on in Cornwall:
27/05/2013 to 22/09/2013
14/06/2013 to 24/06/2013
15/06/2013 to 17/06/2013
15/02/2014 to 31/05/2014
15/02/2013 to 31/05/2013
07/06/2013 to 09/06/2013