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Hotels in Cornwall

Hotels in Cornwall

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Welcome to Cornwall

Hotel locations in Cornwall

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Cornwall is the pound.

£10 = a pie and a pint for 1 in a pub.

Local Time

No time difference !

Frequently Asked Questions

Cornwall is a favourite summer holiday location in the UK, thanks to its long sunny days which are kept to a comfortable temperature by the ocean breeze. Peak season is anywhere between May and September, so if you prefer to avoid the traffic and crowds, choose to visit at the beginning or end of the summer months. Spring is a particularly beautiful time of year, but if you’re in search of warmer water to swim in its better to hold off until the summer.
If you’re visiting Cornwall to catch some waves on its idyllic – and much-revered – beaches, the hotels in Newquay are a perfect place to lay your board. Fistral Beach attracts surfers due to its quality surf and the International Surfing Centre is based here. Go for one of the hotels in St Ives, where Porthmeor Beach’s powerful waves are bolstered by strong south-westerly winds. Here you’ll be a one-minute stroll from the Tate St Ives for your dose of British art from the 1500s until today, with a particular focus on contemporary work.Keen brewers should look out for hotels in Truro that provide easy access to Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm. This family-run farm has been squeezing the best out of their apples for 30 years and budding bottlers can take a guided tour of the press house, jam factory, distillery and cellars. Close by in Truro, there’s also Skinner’s Brewery, purveyors of award-winning beer. Try zesty sunshine IPAs and honeyed hoppy ale on a behind-the-scenes tour of the vast copper vats.Hotels in Penzance plant you in the middle of a peaceful, artistic community, with the LED-illuminated Exchange Gallery and the Victorian Penlee House Gallery and Museum traversing the centuries of local and international artists. A relaxing wander around Morrab Gardens’ exotic banana plants and palm trees is a popular activity for couples, before a visit to the Jubilee Pool – an art deco lido that’s the largest of its kind in Britain.

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