There may only be one Cornwall, but we can give you 10 reasons why you should buy a luxury holiday lodge there with us.
Our handpicked selection of things to do, places to visit and sights to see in Cornwall.
Cornwall has everything. Jaw-dropping coastline, immaculate Blue Flag beach, crisp countryside and characterful harbour towns — as well as your pick of fun-fuelled, all-action family days out.
Whether you’re grabbing the surfboard and heading to the waves at Fistral beach or just having a leisurely afternoon stroll along Mawgan Porth’s dog-friendly sands, you can truly take it at your own pace.
Penmarlam Lodge Retreat near Fowey captivates our owner community with its picturesque location, state-of-the-art luxury lodges, and the unique touches that distinguish Lovat Parks, making it the perfect place to buy a luxury lodge.
North Cornwall’s best seen on foot. Lace your boots for an adventure with five of our favourite short and circular walks near Padstow!
You can’t beat an April adventure to Cornwall. With the weather slowly warming up, flowers in bloom and the crowds thinner than summer, there’s loads of family fun to be had.
Nearby Newquay and searching for canine coastal fun? There’s no shortage of breathtaking beaches without many dog restrictions. Walkies with a view, in other words!
Planning a doggy day out in St Ives? You’re barking up the right tree — this beautiful Cornish harbour town offers some excellent opportunities for four-legged fun.
As the UK’s longest Natural Trail, the South West Coast Path provides stunning scenery and an opportunity like no other to stretch your legs.
Cornwall’s 250 miles of unspoiled coastline boasts over 300 breathtaking beaches. Its North Coast, in particular, has a well-earned reputation for white water wave riding.
Visiting the splendid surroundings of Cornwall? Whether you live in the UK or you’re arriving from overseas, take a look at this mini Padstow travelogue from an American visitor.