Enjoy a Cornish Autumn - no guarantees but promising odds!

Autumn weather in Cornwall often extends well towards the Year end, benefitting as we do, from the maritime climate down here near the Land's End. It is an excellent time to avoid those pressures of the main holiday seasons, offering less traffic and less crowding in popular places. And not to put too fine a point upon it, prices are lower and there is often greater flexibility to arrange a short break or weekend. Book now, while there is plenty of choice for dates.


Rocks and swell near Porchcurno
Photo by: Marcus Cook


Spring arrived today

On this day, each of the 6 Magnolia Campbelli trees growing in 6 prominent Cornish Gardens has more than the 50 blossoms in full bloom required to officially announce that Spring has arrived. The 6 giant Magnolias, planted between 1860 and 1976, are situated at Caerhays Castle Gardens, Trebah Garden, Tregothnan, Trewidden, Trewithen and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Tonight's Sky

A panoramic September skyscape

September sunset


Sumer Is I Cumen In!

Today was really warm; Summer begins to seem a distinct possibility!