Things to do in Cornwall
Attractions, activities & places to visit in Cornwall
From tranquil beaches and pretty seaside towns to exciting outdoor pursuits, Cornwall is a wonderful destination whether you seek adventure, relaxation or both. Our guests especially love the sense of complete escape offered by our dramatically beautiful local coastline, where the everyday world quickly seems a million miles away.
Escape, explore, enjoy...
Cornwall has a wealth of secret history, unique festivals and local traditions. Indeed, there are some truly remarkable heritage sites, gardens and quiet places, along with some of the best Cornish attractions, all within a modest drive. Alternatively, you might enjoy taking the wilder route through the local countryside or coast. Talland Bay is one of the most scenic places to sail in the South West, while fabulous walks and a range of other activities will ensure you are never short of pleasure and relaxation. Explore the sections below to discover some of the best activities, regional highlights and places to visit in Cornwall.
"Highly recommend. Wonderful sea view rooms. We would not consider staying anywhere else."
"The food was excellent and the service from Stephen and his team was first class offering warmth and professionalism."
The Lundy Family
"Talland Bay Hotel is a crazy, fabulous, uplifting experience, with food and service to match. It's my haven when in Cornwall."
Mary Portas - Queen of Shops
"One of the loveliest hotels in Great Britain” As featured on Celebrity Holiday Hotspots on ITV’s This Morning.
Cool Hotels, The Times
"Couldn't fault anything. Was particularly impressed with the customer service - all the staff were so friendly and welcoming and also the food was second to none."
Popocatepetl - TripAdvisor
"Our wedding was wonderful and that was helped by all the management and staff they were very helpful and friendly."
Lisa G - TripAdvisor
"...ranks among Cornwall’s very best hotels thanks to superb food, stellar service, gently madcap design and remarkable sea views."
Richard Mellor - The Telegraph