Collected by Joan Mikkelsen
Bucketts Hill, Redruth TR16 6RW, UK
I used to go to Morrish's as a child when eating fish and chips out of the newspaper wrapping was a treat. I returned recently to find the restaurant in the same place but with a complete transformation. With a bright and spacious interior on a...
20 Chapel Terrace, Hayle TR27 4AB, UK
The Cornish Pasty is one of the most iconic tastes of a vacation in Cornwall. Traditionally made with meat, swede and potato covered in pastry it was the daily meal for the thousands of tin miners who worked underground in the Nineteenth century....
Ar-Lyn/Vicarage La, Saint Ives TR26 3JZ, UK
Anyone trying to drive to St Ives in Cornwall during the summer months is in for a bit of a shock. The narrow streets are barely big enough for cars, there is nowhere to park and as for meeting traffic coming the other way...... There is a...
Mawnan Smith, Falmouth TR11 5JZ, UK
Glendurgan has been described as, "A Little Piece of Heaven," which is truly fitting. This is another of Cornwall's historic gardens and was designed by Quakers. The sub tropical climate and the sheltered spot on the Helford River is perfect for...
The Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Penzance TR19 6JU, UK
In 1931 Rowena Cade started to build a theatre on the cliffs in Porthcurno, Cornwall. Today there is a remarkable arena on the coast with just the sea and rocks as a backdrop. In summer the audiences are treated to performances from Shakespeare to...
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