Don’t know where to spend your holiday trip during a visit to England? Then you should take into account vacationing in Cornwall!

Board a Coach, and Give in to an English Holiday in Cornwall

From Cornwall’s mild climate, wonderful sceneries and vibrant culture, it’s not a surprise how it has become a favorite travel destination by many English and foreign travelers alike even though it is quite far-flung from the urban areas of UK.

Daily Mail UK Travel contributor Steve Doughty was even drawn to taking a vacation here along with his wife to take part in a Treasure Trails activity along the coasts of Cornwall (“Famous Five Reborn: On the Trail of Treasure (and a Few Good Pubs) in Summer Cornwall”).

Here’s a short snippet on the places he and his wife stayed out during their recent travel to this part of England:

We stay at The Gurnard’s Head, a few miles away, near Zennor. Here, they make such a fuss of canines that the corridors are lined with shelves of pet blankets, toys and water bowls, ready to supply the rooms… This once run-down hostelry also offers a welcome selling point: no televisions. Instead, it has a well-judged atmosphere. The owners have kept it functioning as a pub for the locals, and yet the fare is top-end. The upshot is that we are able to attack a lovely beetroot risotto and wild mushroom ravioli in the bar, with Oscar under the table. One to go back to.

So speak with our travel reps as early as now!

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