Resolved Question: Best beaches near
My 10yo son and I are camping in Cornwall next month. We're staying at the coast, near to St. Austell.
We'd like to spend one of the days on the opposite coast, as it's only a 30 minute drive straight up.
However, I suspect that Newquay itself will be very busy... we'd like to find a beach that's fairly close to Newquay, but that's just a little bit quieter :-)
Does anyone have any recommendations please? TIA
Posted on 26 April 2019 | 8:43 am
Resolved Question: Places to go South West
Hey there. So I'm planning to go away with my girlfriend down to the South West of England for 5 days. We want to go to a place that isn't too far away from the beaches and also want to go where there are things to do. Any advice would be great! Thanks, K
Posted on 7 August 2013 | 11:24 am
Resolved Question: Cornwall Holiday ?? Info
Hey, i live in the UK and i'm interested in going Cornwall for a holiday. We haven't gone abroad for a while so we've decided to stay in the country and visit Cornwall. I don't know much about it there so i was wondering if anyone who lives their or has been there could give me some information.
1. What is the weather like, and when is the best time to visit?
2. Would you recommend it and why?
3. As a backup sort of we were also thinking of Pool? Is that any good ?
Thank you :)
Posted on 21 July 2013 | 4:05 am
Resolved Question: Where In cornwall shall
A small group of us want to go to Cornwall on a small holiday type thing. none of us have ever been before so we have no idea even which part to visit. We will be taking the train or coach down depending on which is cheaper. We would like to try surfing. We are just planning on setting up a tent in a camping site so it keeps costs down, we would like a place where there are campsites near to the beach (but also near to the train/coach station)
Thank you so much
Posted on 5 July 2013 | 10:03 am
Resolved Question: North Cornwall Holiday -
I am looking to stay in Cornwall for 2 nights and 3 days in the first week of July with my husband (wedding anniversary!)
We're looking for places to visit along the length of the North Cornwall seafront.
We don't plan on doing much other than staying on the beach and taking scenic walks and perhaps some sightseeing.
I love the idea of St Ives, Carbis Bay & St Agnes as they have been recommended highly by friends and family but I imagine it gets quite crowded at this time of year.
We'd prefer a quieter location and one that's not a tourist trap.
Some of the places I've looked into are:
Any suggestions on these as possible destinations and romantic hotels B&Bs with a view, half board or thereabouts would be highly welcomed.
Thank you in advance.
Posted on 4 June 2013 | 9:31 pm