The cold weather is slowly making its move across the Tamar and leaving Cornwall to stroll into Spring. Why not plan a trip down to see us?

As usual, there are tons of interesting days and nights out on the cards. February half term with the kids…bring them down and let us entertain them. Let’s not forget Valentines Day, is there a more romantic setting?

1. Cornwall has the longest coastline in the UK. They are as stunning as they are long. Check out these stunning instagram pics 

2. Lanhydrock House is offering tons of family friendly activites this half term, from a 5K run to free guided walks. See what’s on here 

3. The National Maritime Museum is getting crafty! Take your wee ones along and they can take part in arts and crafts for FREE and make their very own sensational sea creature

4. The Monkey Sanctuary in Looe will be open for half term. Take your own little monkey’s along – just make sure you take with you when you leave

5. That’s enough of kids stuff. It’s adult time! February in Kernow is offering a multitude of entertainers across many disciplines. If the theatre takes your fancy then go along to the Hall for Cornwall and see The Woman in Black 

6. If the pub is more your scene, then head over to The Watering Hole at Perranporth this February 14th – Coolio! Yes, that’s right, chart topping rapper, Coolio, will be performing!

7. Valentine’s Day, February 14th. Cornwall offers some of the most delectable eateries in the country. If you want to show your paramour just how much they mean to you, then take them along to one of these first rate restaurants 

8. Cornwall and pirates are like bread and jam. Made (in)famous in the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera and solidified in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Cornwall is offering you your very own pirate experience. Click here for the full details.

9. The Cornish Pasty. Reverred world-wide for its longevity and achieving PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) means only Cornwall can produce a Cornish Pasty. The World Pasty Championships will be held at The Eden Project for the fourth year running. This momentous event will showcase traditional and new varieties of the pasty and there will be both local and global, professional and amateur entries. It is not to be missed. Book your tickets here