TRAVEL GUIDE: CORNWALL

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WHERE TO STAY

There's loads of towns and ports to choose from when deciding where to stay in Cornwall, but I highly recommend the fishing town of Polperro. It's got everything you need on hand for a great holiday (restaurants within walking distance, little shops and boutiques), but it hasn't lost its authenticity and quaintness, which I feel some of the larger towns have a little.

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WHAT TO DO

The options for filling your time in Cornwall are pretty limitless. You could easily beach hop for a week and just enjoy the sunshine if you're lucky enough to get it.

If you're looking for a few day trips from Polperro here are my favourites:

I also know of a few great beaches for you to check out.

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WHERE TO EAT

There are some fantastic restaurants in Polperro! I definitely recommend booking tables at least at couple of days in advance during peak season.

  • House on The Props (order moules marinière)

  • Michelle's (order crab mac 'n' cheese)

  • The Blue Peter Inn (order the seafood platter)

  • Chip Ahoy (for a no messing fish and chips)

  • The Three Pilchards (order lots to share and sit on the upstairs terrace at sunset)

For a classic Cornish Cream Tea head to Bean and Scone or The Duchy of Cornwall in Lostwithiel.

If you want to head out for lunch hike over to Talland Bay for a great beach cafe/bar.

And whilst out exploring the north coast pop into The Krab Pot in Port Isaac for the best crab sandwiches you've ever had!

I pretty much ate seafood for an entire week, it's too good and fresh here to turn down!