Located on England’s rugged southwestern tip, you will find there is much to cherish about Cornwall – and with new surprises around every corner and hidden cove, one visit to this popular peninsula is never enough. Dubbed the Cornish Riviera for having the mildest and sunniest climate in the UK, it boasts 300 miles of unspoilt coastline featuring spectacular beaches, dunes, cliffs and medieval harbours. Then there’s the pounding surf which provides a natural playground for a variety of water sports; and who can ignore the renowned Cornish pasty and cream teas.



Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family break or just craving to escape the hectic pace of everyday life, a visit to either of our resorts in Cornwall is a must. Step back and truly enjoy what Trenython Manor and Hustyns have to offer – stylish accommodation, top-notch facilities, stunning locations and breathtaking sceneries.



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Beaches in Cornwall
From iconic sandy beaches to intimate sheltered coves, Cornwall’s 300+ beaches are gloriously varied.


Are eaten every day

Cornish Pasties

Holidaymakers eat more than 13,500 of them a day.

430 Miles

Of coastline

430 miles of coastline

Cornwall has 430 miles of coastline to explore.


Cornwall has something for everyone, and for every pace of life; from surf schools, boat trips and cliff top walking to historic houses, castles, museums and World Heritage Sites. And who can forget the iconic attractions, such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Land’s End, Tintagel Castle and the Eden Project, which are all not-to-be-missed. For many, a visit to Cornwall isn’t complete without experiencing Lizard Point, Great Britain’s most southerly tip, famous for its lighthouse, dramatic cliff walks, wild flowers and geological features, including the local Serpentine Rock.

Food & Drink in Cornwall

Catching waves, or just soaking up Cornwall’s unique vibe, requires regular refuelling. Thankfully, Cornwall plays host to an array of restaurants, each offering a special dining experience, from a country pub with roaring fire to fresh-from-the harbour seafood – and even dining with sand between your toes at a beachside café.

Cornwall is basking in its newfound status as a foodie destination, which has been helped by celebrity chefs Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw or Paul Ainsworth all opening restaurants here, attracted by the combination of a healthy local economy and an almost year-round season.

Of course, you can’t refer to food in Cornwall without paying homage to the indulgent Cornish Cream Teas, incredible local produce, homemade ice cream and the mighty Cornish pasty!



We recommend:

  • A visit to one of the many stunning houses and gardens open to the public
  • A day out at the most southerly point of the British Isles, Lands End.
  • A walking holiday in Cornwall
  • Visiting the charming fishing port of  Mousehole
  • Discovering picturesque Fowey
  • A day out at Tintagel Castle
  • Visiting the world famous Eden Project
  • Discover Cornwall’s one and only city, Truro
  • Visit the fabulous harbour and restaurants in Padstow
  • Visit the superb Lost Gardens of Heligan