If you’re staying at Trenython Manor this October, why not plan some extraordinary days out while you spend the half term holiday in this beautiful part of the UK.
October is typically a great month to be on the Cornish Riviera (like all of autumn) with the tourist crowds (mostly gone), pleasant weather (still reliably warm), spacious beaches (many dog friendly) and the sea is at its warmest all year. It is also a prime time for foodies, with a net-full of food festivals to plan your trip around, while golfers will always get a good tee-off time at any of the nearby courses.
Overlooking St Austell Bay, Trenython Manor is also conveniently located to explore everything wider-Cornwall has to offer, including it’s 430 miles of coastline. The big question is how to spend your days with all the region’s big hitters, such as Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tintagel Castle and the Eden Project open, minus the summer throng. In particular, the Rainforest Biome at Eden Project is an absolute must-see, where a gentle stroll through the world’s largest indoor rainforest gives you an overwhelming sense of calm.
With all destinations vying for your attention, their events teams will soon be lining up an impressive itinerary of half-term activities to keep the whole family entertained, so keep an eye on their individual websites, or visit www.visitcornwall.co.uk to see what they’ve got planned…and remember to pre-book!
With its dramatic skies and unique location, October offers a great time to visit Land’s End – a designated ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’ and famous as being one of Britain’s best loved landmarks. Free to enter but with a car parking charge, Land’s End is a must-see experience for any trip to Cornwall – and if you’ve never been before, this Autumn is the perfect time to put that right.