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We have a couple of rare weeks available this Autumn (22nd September and 6th October)...such a lovely time of year to visit.  The summer crowds have gone home but the weather often remains warm and sunny, with that lovely gentle golden light you get in the Autumn, and the village enjoys a welcome spell of calm after the hectic peak summer months.  It's so relaxing to take a stroll on the beach or ...

Autumn is fast approaching and we are looking forward to quieter times ahead. October is a great time of year to visit Porthtowan, when the village is peaceful and prices are much lower than in the summer months. You can look forward to beautiful Autumn walks on the beach or cliffs, with the waves crashing on the shore, or cosy days in just watching the ever changing sea. The 'honeypot' attraction...

The coast path around Porthtowan is spectacular, with striking views of the abandoned engine houses that are a legacy of the area's rich tin and copper mining history. The iconic Towanroath engine house and St Agnes head were used as a setting for Poldark, and there is even a carefully restored engine house in the middle of Porthtowan, now an unusual and spectacular holiday home. Safely marked an...

Cornwall is a great place to spend Christmas - everyone makes a real effort and there are so many sparkly and magical places to get into the Christmas spirit.  Whether it be the lights of Mousehole or Padstow, the Christmas markets of Truro and Falmouth or the fabulous ice-rink at Eden, there are so many places to feel a little Christmas magic. Christmas at Eden is one of the highlights of the fes...