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Autumn in Cornwall

Autumn is a wonderful time of year with the changing season we see beautiful autumnal colours adorning our landscapes and some of the most spectacular and romantic sunsets in the UK.

A fantastic place to visit all-year-round Cornwall shines in Autumn with beautiful scenery and very low crowd levels in popular locations.

Towards the end of the month Halloween celebrations pop up throughout the region suitable for all the family.

Here’s just a few ways to enjoy autumn in Cornwall.

  1. Autumn colors throughout the forests and woodlands.

The spectacular autumnal colors in Cornwall’s Forests and Woodlands make them completely unmissable. Thanks to Cornwall’s excellent countryside and woodlands managed by a range of organizations including Forestry Commission, National Trust, Cornwall Wildlife Trust, The Woodland Trust and Duchy of Cornwall.

Meander through beautiful forests and woodland to absorb the beautiful Cornish countryside.

  1. Enjoy beautiful Cornish villages in Autumn light

With the crowds of the summer now left autumn is the best time to enjoy popular tourist villages, often having them all to yourself.

Take in the views from one of many of the small coffee shops and restaurants while enjoying a Cornish cream tea.

Visiting St Ives this time of year ensures you get the most out of your stay. Keeping warm while exploring the beautiful sea-port town is easily achieved by tasting the local delicacies along with the famous freshly-baked Cornish Pasty from one of the many award-winning bakeries.

  1. A must-see Coastline

Our Cornish coastline stretches over 400 miles, the longest of any county in the UK. With a range of landscapes to enjoy from Rocky Cliffs, sandy beaches, historic tin mines and sweeping moorlands.

  1. Poldark’s Cornwall

Filming of the hugely popular BBC One series, Poldark is taking place this Autumn with the popular Aidan Turner along with the rest of the fabulous cast ready for the final season. Fans can watch the filming from one of the many locations around the Cornish coast, just remember to arrive early as it gets very popular.

  1. Make the most of the local delicacies

Cornwall is well known for it’s excellent food and drink, with food festivals across the region. Sample some of the mouth-watering recipes from some of the famous Chefs in Cornwall along with fresh produce from a range of local producers. Autumn is an excellent time to celebrate all things foodie in Cornwall.

  1. Halloween!

The excellent Eden Project once again has an excellent event for families of all ages during the October half-term. Running from 20th October until 4th November the Eden Project is hosting it’s HallowEden event inviting visitors to enjoy a mysterious world full of magical beasts and mythical creatures.

With events running throughout each day, explore the gardens and you may even come face-to-face with a Dragon!

Google Halloweden for more information.

Enjoy a visit to Cornwall this Autumn

Fancy enjoying a quiet and calm visit to Cornwall this autumn? Stay for 7 nights in beautiful sea-view accommodation in Hayle near St Ives from just £80 per night including locally sourced breakfast. Save by booking direct today!


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