Train Travel from London to Cornwall

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Getting from London to Cornwall by Train is Easy: Travelling by train from London to Cornwall or Cornwall to London is easy. First Great Western Railway covers the West Country and their main London centre is Paddington Station. On a recent trip to Devon and Cornwall, we travelled from Plymouth to Torquay, Torquay to St. […]

How To Get To Devon and Cornwall

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You Can Get to Devon and Cornwall Easily by Air, Rail, Car or Coach: Devon and Cornwall both have excellent transport links so getting here from anywhere within the UK is quite easy by air, road, rail or coach.  Several European destinations also have regular flight links to Devon and Cornwall, flying into one of […]

Newquay Cornwall Airport (NQY)

Newquay Airport Transfers

Flights to and From Newquay Airport and Airport Transfers : Newquay Cornwall Airport is the gateway to Cornwall for visitors arriving by air. With its reputation as the Surfing Capital of the UK, Newquay attracts a lot of visitors seeking the sun, surf and sea. Newquay Airport is one of the fastest growing regional airports […]

Gourmet Burgers at Blas Burgerworks in St. Ives

Blas Burger - St Ives

Blas is an Eco-Friendly Restaurant Which Specializes in Gourmet Burgers: Blas Burgerworks is a small and very popular organic fast food restaurant in St. Ives that specializes in burgers. From the queue of people lining up to dine there, it appears that they must be good so we joined in the queue one evening. Booking […]

Dartmoor Prison – An Unusual Holiday Sight

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You Can Learn About the Intriguing History of Dartmoor Prison at the Prison Museum : It’s not common that a high security prison should become a topic on your holiday sightseeing itinerary. Our morning’s travel takes us on a visit to the wild and open moorland of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon.  As we […]

Minack Theatre – Cornwall’s Theatre Under the Stars

Minack Gardens

Enjoy Theatre Under the Stars  at the Minack Theatre in Porthcurno: If you didn’t know better, you may think that the Minack Theatre was originally built by the Roman army in 55 BC when Julius Caesar brought his legions across the Channel and settled in the south of England. After all, he was looking for […]

Admiral Benbow Inn – A Unique Pub in Penzance

Admiral Benbow Pub in Penzance

Admiral Benbow Has an Amazing Collection of Artifacts from Shipwrecks: At the recommendation of our guest house owner, we came in search of the Admiral Benbow Inn in Penzance. Mike knew that we were on the look-out for interesting places and experiences and he described the Admiral Benbow as a unique and rather interesting pub […]

End of the Earth at Land’s End – Cornwall

Land's End, Cornwall

From End to End – John O’Groats to Land’s End : Having made it to John O’Groats, the northern-most town in the U.K., we felt challenged to visit Land’s End, the western-most point on the English mainland. The Cornish name Pen an Wlas means ‘end of the earth’ and we wanted to stand at the […]

Treliska Guest House – St. Ives

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A Review of Treliska Guest House in St. Ives: St. Ives offers a good range of hotels, guest houses and B&Bs and for our stay in this town we wanted a place that was in the town centre.  Treliska’s website was one of the few that caught my attention and it gave good vibes. The […]

Cornwall's Garden of Eden

Eden Project - Giant Bee

The Eden Project includes The World’s largest Greenhouse : From the air they look like Jurasic golf balls that have struck earth and been semi-embedded into the ground. Those familiar with the Eden Project in Cornwall will know of these biomes that house plant species collected from all over the world. The Eden project in […]