Mousehole

Not pronounced how you’d imagine, Mousehoule (mouz-hul) is a beautiful spot near to Penzane, sitting right on the edge of the water. We found it purely by accident as we hired bikes from Penzance to cycle along the coast and initially thought we’d stop at Newlyn but found most spots to be closed (its was…

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Porthleven

When I started planning our Cornish adventure I really didn’t think I’d be writing about Porthleven as it wasn’t even on our to-do list of spots to visit, but here I am! As our campsite was nearby the main town we could access was Porthleven so we found ourselves coming back several times. Whether it’s…

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St Ives

St Ives certainly isn’t the capital of Cornwall, but it’s the places most people would mention when I spoke about our Cornish adventure. And I can certainly see why, as it’s an idyllic little village right on the coast. There are sandy beaches and plenty of spots to eat which makes it a brilliant place…

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Polzeath

Forget the ‘surfing capital’ of Cornwall – Newquay – and pack up your surfboard and head to peaceful Polzeath instead. The town located just above Padstow is a perfect little haven to enjoy a surf (or in my case… body-board) and still enjoy the laid-back Cornish lifestyle. Being such a surf haven, you can’t miss…

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Camping On A Budget

Camping is synonymous with most as a ‘budget holiday’, and it certainly makes a great alternative trip if you’re after a change. After giving it a go this year on our own (read: with our own transport and kit etc) I wanted to see how ‘budget’ it really could be. So, below is a little…

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