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Cornwall is a county in South West England, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar and Devon. Cornwall is noted for its wild moorland landscapes, its extensive and varied coastline and its mild climate. Also notable is Cornwall's stone age and industrial archaeology, especially its historic mining landscape, a world heritage site. Tourism therefore forms a significant part of the local economy.

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• Newquay

Newquay Hotels, Cornwall, England

Newquay is now a major tourist destination, principally on account of the 10 long and accessible sandy beaches. The town is bounded to the west by the River Gannel and its associated salt marsh, and to the east by the Porth Valley. Newquay is the surfing capital of England …


• Penzance

Penzance Hotels, Cornwall, England

Situated in the shelter of the sweeping Mount's Bay, Penzance is bordered to the west by the fishing port of Newlyn and stretches towards the small town of Marazion to the east. The town's location gives it a unique subtropical climate, much warmer then most of the rest of England …


• Falmouth

Falmouth Hotels, Cornwall, England

Falmouth is a seaport on the south coast of Cornwall, famous for its harbour. It is also famous for being the start or finish point of various round-the-world record breaking voyages, such as those of Sir Francis Chichester and Dame Ellen McArthur …


• Saint Austell

Saint Austell Hotels, Cornwall, England

As well as business and trade with and from the local population, tourism is becoming increasingly important to St Austell's economy. Tourists are drawn to the area by nearby beaches and attractions such as the Eden Project sited in a former clay pit and the Lost Gardens of Heligan …


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» Bodmin

Bodmin Hotels, Cornwall, England

Bodmin lies in the centre of Cornwall, along the western edge of Bodmin Moor. St. Petroc founded a priory in Bodmin in the 6th century and gave the town its alternate name of Petrockstow. Bodmin is one of the oldest towns in the county…

» Bude

Bude Hotels, Cornwall, England

Bude is a small resort town in north Cornwall, on the coast at the mouth of the River Neet. It is suggested that the modern name is a shorterned form of Bude Haven and that this in turn came from Bede Haven meaning "Harbour of the holey Men" …

» Camelford

Camelford Hotels, Cornwall, England

Camelford is a small town in Cornwall, in the Camel Valley and about 5 miles from the coast. The town lies on the River Camel, and is a few miles north-west of the highest part of Bodmin Moor. There is a slate quarry at Delabole and a cheese factory at Davidstow …

» Cawsand

Cawsand Hotels, Cornwall, England

Cawsand is a small village overlooking Plymouth Sound . Linked to Kingsand it was once on the border of Devon and Cornwall but the border has since been moved. Once a renowned smuggling centre, the houses are now being bought up to use as holiday lets …

» Fowey

Fowey Hotels, Cornwall, England

Fowey is a town at the mouth of the River Fowey in south Cornwall. Fowey lies at the end of the Saints' Way. There are many historic buildings in the town, including the ruins of St Catherine's Castle, while Readymoney Cove possesses a local beach …

» Helston

Helston Hotels, Cornwall, England

Helston is a town and civil parish in Cornwall, at the northern end of the Lizard Peninsula. It is the most southerly town in the UK, being around 1.5 miles (2.4 km) further south than Penzance. In 2001 the town celebrated the 800th anniversary of the granting of its Charter …

» Launceston

Launceston Hotels, Cornwall, England

Launceston (occasionally Lanson) is a town, an ancient borough, and a civil parish in the north of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The spelling form 'Lanson', phonetically based on the traditional pronunciation, is almost obsolete (some old milestones and signposts have it) …

» Liskeard

Liskeard Hotels, Cornwall, England

Liskeard is an ancient stannary and market town at the head of the River Looe valley in southeast Cornwall, England. Within easy reach to the south of Liskeard are the coves and resorts of the south Cornish coast, whilst the vast rugged expanse of Bodmin Moor lies to the north …

» Looe

West Looe Hotels, Cornwall, England

Looe (Cornish: Logh) is a small coastal town, fishing port and civil parish in the former Caradon district of south-east Cornwall. Looe is in fact two towns, East Looe and West Looe, connected by bridge across the River Looe. The towns are approximately 20 miles west of the city of Plymouth …

» Lostwithiel

Lostwithiel Hotels, Cornwall, England

Lostwithiel (Cornish: Lostwydhyel) is a civil parish and small town in Cornwall, England, at the head of the estuary of the River Fowey. Lostwithiel's most notable buildings are St Bartholomew's Church and Restormel Castle. There is a small museum devoted to the history of the town …

» Padstow

Padstow Hotels, Cornwall, England

Padstow is a small town and civil parish on the north coast of Cornwall, England. Traditionally a fishing port, Padstow is now a popular tourist destination; although some of its former fishing fleet remains, it is mainly a yachting haven on a dramatic coastline …

» Porthleven

Porthleven Hotels, Cornwall, England

Porthleven is a town, civil parish and fishing port in Cornwall, near Helston. It is the most southerly port on the island of Great Britain and was originally developed as a harbour of refuge, when this part of the Cornish coastline was recognised as a black spot for wrecks in days of sail …

» Portloe

Portloe Hotels, Cornwall, England

Portloe is a small village in Cornwall, situated on the Roseland Peninsular. It was the location for the BBC comedy series Wild West, which starred Dawn French and Catherine Tate. Just to the south of the village is Broom Parc, a cliff-top villa overlooking the sea …

» St Agnes

St Agnes Hotels, Cornwall, England

St Agnes (Cornish Breanek) is a village and a parish on the north coast of Cornwall. It is in the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site, and lies halfway between the artists' colony of St Ives and the surfers' paradise at Newquay …

» St Ives

St Ives Hotels, Cornwall, England

St Ives is a seaside town and civil parish in the Penwith district of Cornwall. The town lies north of Penzance, and west of Camborne. In former times it was commercially dependent on fishing as an industry. The town is now a holiday resort …

» St Mawes

St Mawes Hotels, Cornwall, England

St Mawesis a small town opposite Falmouth, on the south coast of Cornwall. It lies on the bank of the Carrick Roads, a large waterway created after the Ice Age from an ancient valley which flooded as the melt waters caused the sea level to rise dramatically, creating an immense natural harbour …

» Saltash

Saltash Hotels, Cornwall, England

Saltash is a town in Cornwall. It lies in the extreme southeast of Cornwall, facing Plymouth over the River Tamar. It is known as "the gateway to Cornwall". The cottage of Mary Newman, Sir Francis Drake's wife, can be found in Saltash …

» Truro

Truro Hotels, Cornwall, England

Truro initially grew as an important centre of trade from its port. The city is well-known for its cathedral (completed in 1910), cobbled streets, open spaces and Georgian architecture, and places of interest include the Royal Cornwall Museum …

» Wadebridge

Wadebridge Hotels, Cornwall, England

Wadebridge (Cornish: Ponsrys) is a town in North Cornwall, located on the Camel Estuary some 5 miles (8 km) upstream from Padstow. The main shopping street in Wadebridge (Molesworth Street) has become pedestrianized through an inner link road, allowing traffic free shopping …



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