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You'll never be short of things to do at Oyster Bay, Cornwall

You'll never be short of things to do at Oyster Bay, Cornwall

One of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations, Cornwall offers everything you could want in a holiday from sun kissed beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, to nature trails, world famous attractions and an abundance of heritage sites.

The incredible coastline and lush greenery make it the perfect place for those who love the outdoors.

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With attractions like the world-famous Eden Project to the delights of Perranporth beach, there is plenty to see close to Oyster Bay.

 BoscastleCornwall

Boscastle

Stroll around the charming village of Boscastle with a loved one while enjoying your Cornish getaway. The unspoilt harbour area is ideal for visiting over the course of an afternoon and evening, followed by a delicious meal and drink at a nearby cosy pub.

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Blue Reef AquariumCornwall

Blue Reef Aquarium

Blue Reef is part of an exciting new generation of aquarium attractions designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. The displays take you on an undersea tour showing you everything from the British coastline to faraway tropical reefs and lots more in between.

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Flambards Theme ParkCornwall

Flambards Theme Park

With white-knuckle rides aplenty, Flambards is the perfect, fun-filled family day out. After you thrill-seekers have got your adrenaline fix, there’s an award-winning indoor attractions area — step back in time with Flambards’ life-size Victorian village, or even experience Britain in the Blitz.

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Healey’s Cornish Cyder FarmCornwall

Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm

Visit a real working cider farm which produces spirits, wines, Scrumpy, preserves and cider! There’s plenty to do making it a great day out: take a guided tour to learn the art of cider making, join the trailer ride around orchids, go and see the friendly farm yard and visit the first distillery and combined cellars in Cornwall for 300 years.

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Land’s EndCornwall

Land’s End

One of the most legendary landmarks in the UK, Land’s End is the most south westerly point of mainland Britain. Aside from the breathtaking coastline itself, there’s plenty to do nearby to keep everyone entertained - plentiful eateries, a shopping village, an ice cream parlour, a 4D cinema and more!

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Lappa Valley Steam RailwayCornwall

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

At Lappa Valley there's so much to do - three separate miniature railways running through this oasis of conservation where wildlife thrives in a protected environment. Running between the stations at Benny Halt and East Wheal Rose, the track runs on a section originally built in 1849 for a minerals railway to serve the mine at East Wheal Rose.

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Minack TheatreCornwall

Minack Theatre

Discover an iconic, open-air theatre carved into the granite cliffs of Cornwall. Ever since The Tempest was performed there in 1932, the Minack Theatre is still celebrated and plays host to a variety of exciting shows. Even if there’s no performance taking place, the theatre is still open to visit.

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Perranporth BeachCornwall

Perranporth Beach

There’s an abundance of gorgeous, sandy beaches in Cornwall - and Perranporth is certainly no exception. Famous for its long, sandy dunes and rock pools, this beach is renowned as the place to be for surfers, paddle boarders, snorkelers and sailors. What’s more, it’s also dog-friendly!

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The Eden ProjectCornwall

The Eden Project

The groundbreaking Eden Project is a global garden: two biomes containing thousands of plant species from all around the world, as well as a botanical garden. This is a perfect, educational experience for kids - but also an awe-inspiring day out for adults. One biome imitates a Mediterranean climate, the other a rainforest.

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The Lost Gardens of HeliganCornwall

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Adventure and discover the largest garden restoration in Europe. One of the most spectacular botanical gardens on offer, The Lost Gardens of Heligan were fully restored in the 1990s. Steeped in history, this all-season garden takes inspiration from the 19th century with a breathtaking variety of styles and designs on offer.

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Tintagel CastleCornwall

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel is a legendary medieval fortification quite unlike any ordinary castle. After climbing the path to the mainland courtyard, a walkway links you to the island where the castle sits. Soak up unforgettable coastline views, historical stories, myths and medieval buildings. What's morfe, there’s also an island garden, beach and café!

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Trebah GardenCornwall

Trebah Garden

Discover a sub-tropical, year-round ravine garden with a coastline backdrop. With over 4 miles of footpath, you’ll be able to enjoy natural springs, waterside plantings and exotic blooms. There’s even a private beach, Polgwidden Cove, which was used as an embarkation point for troops landing on Omaha beach during WWII!

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Trerice Elizabethan Manor HouseCornwall

Trerice Elizabethan Manor House

This Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and a delightful garden is a Cornish gem and remains little changed by the advances in the building fashions over the centuries; the renowned stillness and tranquillity of Trerice is much prized by visitors. However there’s plenty to discover in this Elizabethan Manor House.

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N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.

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