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Cornwall

Cornwall is defined by its glorious coastline. It’s a 100-mile-long peninsula at the extreme south-western tip of England. The north coastline is dramatic but with sandy surfing beaches and hidden coves, while the south is gentler, with fishing villages and unspoilt bays. There’s plenty to discover inland, too, with the mysterious Bodmin Moor and over 60 gardens to explore.

Cornwall – its Cornish name is Kernow – was the last bastion of the Celts in England after they were driven back by the Saxons

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King Arthur’s Cornwall: Tintagel and beyond

In the new issue, we explore the mythical landscape of Cornwall’s north coast and the legends of King Arthur at Tintagel. Here’s a pretty pictorial taste of what’s in store…

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Lovely Cornwall locations of Poldark, series 2

As the second series of hit TV show Poldark returns to our screens for an autumn tour de force, we take at look at the real star of the show – its wild and beautiful Cornwall locations.

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Top 10 beaches in Britain

Britain’s beaches offer something for everyone, whether it’s the traditional bucket-and-spade seaside experience or somewhere to walk and admire the scenery. Here is a selection that have grabbed our imagination.

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Stay at an English country hotel by the sea in Cornwall

Enjoy afternoon cream tea, read the papers and snooze in a comfy sofa before dining in style in one of the Nare Hotel’s two sea view restaurants.

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Beautiful photos of Cornwall

With its sleepy villages, hidden coves and historic harbours, Cornwall is an ever-popular location for those seeking a slice of the rural idyll.

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REVIEW: Merchants Manor, Cornwall

This boutique hotel with views across Falmouth Bay in Cornwall, is set in a former Edwardian manor house, built for a wealthy merchant in 1913.

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Boats moored on Pont Pill with Polruan and the River Fowey in the distance © Alamy

Daphne du Maurier’s Cornwall

With tales of romance, smugglers and secrecy, author Daphne du Maurier wrote spellbinding novels inspired by the drama of the Cornish landscape. Read More »

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St Michael’s Mount: 10 facts

We bring you 10 facts about St Michael’s Mount. Read More »

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Rare retreats

From tree houses to trailers, roulottes to railway carriages, these unusual escapes offer a chance to abandon bricks and mortar without sacrificing style or comfort. Read More »

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Room with a view

High above the picturesque bay of Mawgan Porth, just outside Newquay, the Bedruthan Steps hotel makes the perfect family getaway Read More »

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