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  • Browse our collection of B&Bs and boutique hotels throughout the scenic county of Cornwall.  
  • Your options range from small independent hotels to family-run guest houses where all of your needs are tended to by the owner.
  • All properties provide you with a comfy bed, a prepared breakfast, and help and advice will be offered on travel and local visitor attractions. 
  • Our accommodation will allow you the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Cornwall, all at an affordable price. 
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Cornwall B&B Reviews

"I thought the whole experience was exceptional. Good sized room and I thought it was phenomenal value for money." Benjamin Lee

"You were a part of our wonderful holidays in Cornwall - many thanks for the most enjoyable stay! And regards to the reception staff!" Dr Wojciech Grudzinski

"We were very, very impressed with the size and standard of accommodation. We were very surprised at the value for money, it all seemed far too cheap. With a few communal sofas, and a TV in each bedroom, we'd be willing to pay an awful lot more." Daniel Ferguson

"Great place to stay - lovely campus, comfortable rooms and useable kitchen, excellent transport links." Dr Paul Stevens

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Things to do in Cornwall

Visitors are attracted to Cornwall from all over the world for a variety of reasons. From the breathtaking scenery of Land's End to the magnificent Eden Project, to surfing in the clear blue Atlantic, to taking in an art gallery, or simply meandering through a seaside town, this area has something of interest for all visitors.

Known for its beautiful shoreline with towns such as Falmouth, St Ives and Penzance to name a few, nowhere in Cornwall is more than 16 miles from the sea.

For botanical enthusiasts, St Austell is home to the Eden Project, a visitor attraction which includes the world's largest greenhouse. Inside the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, rediscovered in 1990 after slumbering for over 70 years and Trebah Gardens in Falmouth also showcase a wide range of spectacular flora and fauna.

Fans of celebrity chefs can enjoy a trip to Rick Stein’s Fish & Chip Shop and Deli in Falmouth or Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in Watergate Bay, as well as an array of restaurants, cafes and bars dotted throughout Cornwall to suit all tastes and budgets.

There are many museums, art galleries and castles for visitors to explore. The Tate in St Ives houses its own modern displays as well as visiting exhibits. The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is where visitors can learn the history of the local sea farers and Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, was built in 1539 for King Henry VIII to guard the entrance to the River Fal.

In Falmouth itself there are cycle trails to suit all levels, good sailing waters in the Fal Estuary and out to sea, a wide variety of water sports including surfing, kayaking, kite-surfing and gig rowing and scenic walks. 

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Davidstow Airfield & Cornwall At War Museum - The Davidstow Airfield & Cornwall At War Museum has a wide remit, dedicated primarily to RAF Davidstow moor from its opening on 1st October 1942 until its closure at the end of 1945.

Getting to Cornwall

By Road: The M4, M5 and M6 motorways are the routes to Cornwall. Follow the M5 to Exeter, after which you will either take the A30 or A38 into Cornwall, depending on your final destination. Alternatively, you can enter Cornwall via North Devon, then there is the Altlantic Highway, the A39, which you can join at junction 27 on the M5.

By Rail: First Great Western operate high speed services from London Paddington, South Wales and the Cotswolds to Cornwall, including sleeper services also known as the Night Riviera Sleeper Service from London Paddington. First Great Western also operates services on Cornwall's branch lines. Contact National Rail Enquiries for train times and fare information on 08457 48 49 50. www.nationalrail.co.uk.

By Coach: National Express serves Cornwall from destinations throughout the UK. Coaches travel to St Austell, Truro, Newquay, Falmouth, St Ives and Penzance. Connecting services to Cornwall are available from Bristol, Birmingham and London. National Express provide an extensive network of coach services. Telephone 08705 808080 for information. Coaches depart from Stand B2/B3 from Central Bus Station close to Cardiff Central Rail Station. www.nationalexpress.com.

By Air: Visitors can fly to Newquay Airport from various regional airports in the UK and mainland Europe. 

History 

Cornwall History

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Cornwall history

During the British Iron Age Cornwall, like all of Britain south of the Firth of Forth, was inhabited by the Celtic people known as the Britons. The Celtic British language spoken at the time eventually developed into several distinct tongues, including Cornish.  At this time, Cornwall was part of the territory of the tribe of the Dumnonii and after a short period of Roman rule (there is little evidence that Roman rule was effective west of Exeter), Cornwall reverted to rule by independent Celtic chieftains.  After a period of conflict with the Kingdom of Wessex, it became a part of the Kingdom of England which was subsequently incorporated into Great Britain and the United Kingdom.

Some question the constitutional basis for the administration of Cornwall as part of England, arguing that the Duchy Charters of 1337 place the governance of Cornwall with the Duchy of Cornwall rather than the English Crown. These charters are argued to distinguish Cornwall from England constitutionally, to such an extent that Cornwall should not be described as part of England in a constitutional sense. Others do not accept this argument, and assert that Cornwall is constitutionally part of England, citing various other precedents, including Cornwall's representation in the Westminster Parliament from an early date.

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