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South West Coast Path at Dizzard

Summer’s on its way in North Cornwall

What a stunning Easter that was! For those of you that visited us over the Easter period you’ll know what a cracker it was and how beautiful our little corner of North Cornwall is.  Everything is starting to come to life, the water is starting to warm up (honestly), the surf has been perfect and for me it’s just the best time of year.

Due to a cancellation we now have a couple of weeks available in August 2015 as well as several weeks in May and June. Full details of availability and prices, together with a downloadable booking from can be found here 

Spring Gorse, South West Coast Path, North Cornwall

Spring Gorse, South West Coast Path, North Cornwall

South West Coast Path, between Crackington and Cancleave.

South West Coast Path, between Crackington and Cancleave.

South West Coast Path, between Crackington and Cancleave.

South West Coast Path, between Crackington and Cancleave.

Spring Lambs checking out the view.

Spring Lambs checking out the view.

St. Gennys Church

St. Gennys Church

Footpath at Cleave, St. Gennys

Footpath at Cleave, St. Gennys

 

Christmas & New Year

After a cracking Summer and Autumn we are now, somewhat reluctantly, looking ahead to Christmas and New Year.

We still have availability at Cancleave for Christmas and New Year if you fancy waking up to the beauty of North Cornwall during the festive season.

In the lead up to (and some during) Christmas there are a number of festive events taking place in Cornwall such as the Padstow Christmas Festival, the Eden Project Winter Festival and the Truro Victorian Christmas Market.

It still doesn’t feel very wintery and we are promised to expect the warmest Halloween on record tomorrow. However, we are also told to expect temperatures to take nosedive next week so maybe this will signify a transition into more wintery scenes.

I love the cold, crisp frosty conditions but I’m not so keen on the cold and wet weather that we sometimes get. Whatever the weather, winter does throw up some magnificent scenes.

Cold air, warm water....

Steaming Sea at Crackington Haven