Cornwall Tourist Information Service: Holiday Accommodation - Holiday Brochures - Beach Guide - Cornwall Travel
Cornwall Information: the South West's number one tourist information guide!
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Cornwall Information Service is a wealth of tourist information for holidaymakers and visitors.
Enjoy the full experience, from finding the best Cornish accommodation from the choice of caravan parks, camp sites, Cornish holiday cottages to luxury 4 and 5 star hotels, bed & breakfast and guest houses...
... to taking a bit of Cornwall back with you and cooking up a storm (or maybe even some thunder and lightning) with our authentic Cornish recipes page!
So let Cornwall Information help you take a deep breath of that fresh coastal air...
From the family attractions at Land's End, up past the Minack Theatre, St Michael's Mount and the Tate at St Ives, taking in The Lizard with its range of attractions including Goonhilly and the National Seal Sanctuary, through historic Falmouth (with its Maritime Museum) and "Cornwall's capital", Truro, with its up-and-coming restaurants and shopping (not forgetting Truro Cathedral), childrens' family fun attractions at Newquay including the Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo, Newquay's clubs and nightlife, through St Austell and the world-renowned Eden Project, up to North Cornwall and Jamaica Inn, there truly is something for everyone... and we still haven't mentioned Cornwall's gardens - or the great surfing beaches! If you want to go surfing you can get great hotel deals in Cornwall at Trivago.
There are a host of National Trust and historic properties to explore in Cornwall, including Prideaux Place, Pencarrow and Lanhydrock House, as well as gardens like the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trelissick and the Eden Project.
Bodmin Moor's bleak beauty adds a further complexity which means you will never be able to see all the wonder of Cornwall in one visit.
As well as being an historic part of England, with quaint harbours and fishing villages like Portloe, Looe, Mousehole, Mevagissey, Zennor, Tintagel, and Cadgwith - sitting next to the industrial mining towns Redruth and Camborne, Cornwall offers a sophisticated holiday experience, spurred in part by Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant in Padstow and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant.
Need accommodation Cornwall information? From four star hotels to Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Cornwall (B&Bs), holiday lets and villages, cottages and campsites, we are also building a huge directory of Cornwall accommodation info.
Check out our dog-friendly beaches guide if you plan on taking your dog walkies! It has detailed information and reviews for the beaches of north, south, east and west Cornwall, from top through mid Cornwall and down to the bottom of the peninsula.
Cornwall Information - this site is a comprehensive guide to all the peninsula has to offer.
The French call it Cornouailles, the English call it Cornwall, illiterates call it "Cornwell", but the Cornish know it as Kernow!