The crowds have dispersed, the water is still warm, and our events calendar is full of exciting activities.
…This can only mean one thing – it’s September time in Cornwall!
September truly is one of the best times of year to experience our beautiful county. Not only is the sun still smiling down on our sandy beaches and pretty harbours, but there are plenty of festivals and events to get involved with.
Here’s what we’ll be getting up to this September – we hope you will join us!
11 September – 14 September 2014
First up are the heritage open days, which give you free access to some of Cornwall’s hidden architectural treasures. This year we’ll be visiting Glendurgan Gardens, the National Maritime Museum, Godolphin Gardens, Trerice Manor House, East Pool Mine and many more.
12 September – 14 September 2014
Next on our list will be the Newquay Fish Festival, based at Newquay harbour. If you’re a seafood lover then this is a great festival to attend as there will be cooking demonstrations and plenty of delicious fish dishes to try!
13 September – 20 September 2014
It won’t be long until we’ll be stretching our legs in the seaside villages around the Tamar Valley and Bodmin Moor. This is the perfect opportunity to explore East Cornwall, whilst staying in our beautiful cottages on the North Coast.
26 September – 28 September
The Cornwall Food & Drink Festival is back with a new name, and it’s not one to be missed! Truro’s Lemon Quay will transform into a foodie heaven for Cornwall’s biggest food festival of the year. There will be eating, drinking, shopping and entertainment enjoyed by food connoisseurs from far and wide. Plus it’s free to attend!
Are you interested in visiting Cornwall this September? Take a look at our holiday cottages by the beach here.
Have you got any recommendations for things to do in Cornwall this September? Let us know in the comment section below, or share it with us on Facebook.