Here it is, summer at long last. The sun is shining in a clear blue sky and the warm days and evenings make being here in Cornwall feel so good!
As you read this our first guests have arrived here at Cutkive Wood Holiday Lodges and are enjoying themselves out and about.
There is so much to see and do here in Cornwall; you can just choose what to do and when. This time round let’s let you know about Cornwall’s beaches.
There are lots of memorable beaches and coves to be explored and enjoyed; the broad expanse of Whitsand Bay, Looe which nestles at the end of this famous seaside town and Perranporth which stretches for about two miles at low tide.
Seaton, Downderry and Portwrinkle are great for dog lovers and families. Then there is stunning Porthcurno nestling among tall granite cliffs, Harlyn which is popular with surfers and families and Llansallos Bay, a small quiet out of the way cove.
Kynance Cove is the most photographed and painted location in Cornwall and you’ll see why when you go. Holywell Beach even has its own special well within a sea cave. Porthowan, Readymoney at Fowey, Polzeath, Crantock, the names go on and on.
You’re spoilt for choice. And all can be found quite easily when you’re staying here at Cutkive Wood Holiday Lodges. When you come home to your comfortable Lodge after a great day on the beach you’ll be relaxing in the heart of the lovely Cornish countryside, maybe having a bbq on your own private patio overlooking the fields and rural scenery.
But you don’t have to be too adventurous (although you can if you want to) and much of Cornwall can be enjoyed very easily. Some folk just don’t go out and spend a day relaxing by their Lodge in the calm and peace found at Cutkive Wood.
Give us a call and soon you’ll be here enjoying your holiday at Cutkive Wood Holiday Lodges.